Too Early 2021 NFL Draft
Ben Anderson

Over the last few months I’ve learned several things about social media. First and foremost it’s toxic! Second, people really like to look ahead. Third, crazier the comment then higher the likes.

In the spirit of social media toxicity what better way to join the party then with an early 2021 mock draft!

Ben is one of our resident college football fans and writers. He loves NFL mock drafts so who am I to stop him?


#1 New York Jets Gregory Rousseau DE

Miami DE Gregory Rousseau

Now let me be extremely clear here, I DO NOT think the New York Jets take Rousseau at number one overall! However, I do think they’ll trade down and grab him there.

Player comparison. Jason Pierre- Paul

#2 Jaguars Trevor Lawrence QB

Clemson QB Trevor Lawrence

Welcome Sunshine to the Sunshine State.

Player comparison. Andrew Luck

#3 Washington Justin Fields QB

Ohio State QB Justin Fields

River-Boat Ron gets his next Cam Newton.

Player comparison. Dak Prescott

#4 Cowboys Patrick Surtain II CB

Alabama CB Patrick Surtain II

No matter who the coach is next season in Dallas they HAVE to address their weak defense.

Player comparison. Byron Jones

#5 Chargers Penei Sewell OT

Oregon OT Penei Sewell

Getting some help to protect there franchise QB.

Player comparison. Taylor Lewan

#6 Dolphins Micah Parsons LB

Penn St LB Micah Parsons

Miami’s defense is playing better every week so let’s get them a play maker on defense!

Player comparison. KJ Wright

#7 Bengals Caleb Farley CB

Virginia Tech CB Caleb Farley

Cincinnati got their Franchise QB last year and can absolutely score with the best of them. However, their defense is a total mess and adding a lock down corner is a step in the right direction.

Player comparison. Jimmy Smith

#8 Giants Kwity Paye DE

Michigan DE Kwity Paye

New York has played themselves out of a top-5 pick with their offense playing solid football despite losing Saquan Barkley so early. With that said they struggle getting pressure on the opposing offense.

Player comparison. Cameron Jordan

#9 Panthers Jaycee Horn CB

South Carolina CB Jaycee Horn

In a division where you have Pro Bowl receivers on every team, time to look at someone who can keep them in check.

Player comparison. Marlon Humphrey

#10 Falcons Trey Lance QB

North Dakota St QB Trey Lance

With the future of Matt Ryan in the air, Atlanta needs to start to thinking about an era without Ryan.

Player comparison. Colin Kaepernick

#11 Broncos Samuel Cosmi OT

Texas OT Samuel Cosmi

Denver’s offense is taking steps in the right direction but it’s the offensive line. It’s killing Drew Lock.

Player comparison. Jack Conklin

#12 San Francisco 49ers Zach Wilson QB

BYU QB Zach Wilson

San Francisco is in a perfect position this draft. They don’t have a lot of needs coming off a Super Bowl appearance last season but the injury bug has hit them hard.

Player comparison. Baker Mayfield

#13 Lions JaMarr Chase WR

LSU WR JaMarr Chase

With Kenny Golladay entering a walk year and Marvin Jones hitting the over 30 meter, Matt Stafford may need a new favorite target.

Player comparison. Victor Cruz

#14 Vikings Wyatt Davis IOL

Ohio State OL Wyatt Davis

Player comparison. David DeCastro

#15 Patriots DeVonta Smith WR

Alabama WR DeVonta Smith

Future QB of the most hated team in football needs someone to throw to.

Player comparison. Marvin Harrison

#16 Bears Kyle Trask QB

Florida QB Kyle Trask

If Matt Nagy can some how stick around he needs a new QB.

Player comparison. Ben Roethlisberger

#17 Browns Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah LB

Notre Dame LB Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah

Cleveland’s defense is God awful in the middle of field.

Player comparison. Deion Jones

#18 Titians Jay Tufele DT

USC DT Jay Tufele

Player comparison. Kawann Short

#19 Eagles Rashod Bateman WR

Minnesota WR Rashod Bateman

Carson Wentz needs help, get the man some help!!

Player comparison. Allen Robinson

#20 Cardinals Eric Stokes CB

Georgia CB Eric Stokes

The Cardinals are a force to reckon with Kyler Murray! His Hail Murray’s are fantastic but they can’t guard at all in the secondary.

Player comparison. Xavier Rhodes

#21 Jets Jaylen Waddle WR

Alabama WR Jaylen Waddle

Get Sam some help people!

Player comparison. Santana Moss

#22 Dolphins Creed Humphrey OL

Oklahoma OL Creed Humphrey

Tua is looking like the real deal but his offensive line definitely needs work.

Player comparison. Alex Mack

#23 Colts Jalen Mayfield OT

Michigan OL Jalen Mayfield

Not a sexy pick at all but the Colts tradition of a great offensive will continue.

Player comparison. Joe Thomas

#24 Ravens Trevon Moehrig S

TCU Safety Trevon Moehrig

Player comparison. Minkah Fitzpatrick

#25 Jaguars Kyle Pitts TE

Florida TE Kyle Pitts

What’s a QB’s best friend? A good TE!

Player comparison. Darren Waller

#26 Raiders Marvin Wilson DT

Florida State DT Marvin Wilson

Vegas needs to address their defensive line and run defense what better way then an All ACC DT.

Player comparison. Akiem Hicks

#27 Buccaneers Joseph Ossai DE

Texas DE Joseph Ossai

Player comparison. Anthony Barr

#28 Bills Shaun Wade CB

Ohio State CB Shaun Wade

The Ohio St. product came back for one more run and it’s paid off! Looking like he’s played himself into the first round

Player comparison. James Bradberry

#29 Packers Terrence Marshall Jr. WR

LSU WR Terrance Marshall

I firmly believe this is the year the Packers finally draft a WR in the first round!

Player comparison. Michael Thomas

#30 Chiefs Alijah Vera-Tucker OL

USC OL Alijah Vera-Tucker

Player comparison. Zack Martin

#31 Saints Dylan Moses LB

Alabama LB Dylan Moses

The Alabama prospect has turned in a very nice year after coming back to school for his senior season.

Player comparison. Myles Jack

#32 Steelers Alex Leatherwood OT

Alabama OL Alex Leatherwood

An aging Steelers offensive line that needs to do a better job at keeping Big Ben upright

Player comparison. Taylor Decker

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