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NFL Mock Drafts 2021: Compare Mel Kiper, Daniel Jeremiah, Todd McShay & latest from other experts

Is there a draft in here?

This is 2021. Of course there is. In fact, there is a draft everywhere.

Everyone has an NFL mock draft now. Just ask your next Uber driver or Target cashier if they've got a mock draft. They absolutely do, and don't be surprised when they tell you that when they're bagging up your toilet paper and oat milk.

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See, everyone's got a mock draft. But, truthfully, there are people — experts, if you will — who know a little bit more about the NFL draft, the ins and outs, needs of teams and knowledge of prospects than your average barstool GM.

This year, there are a number of intriguing storylines heading into the first round: How many QBs will go in the first round? How many in the top 10? How many Alabama players will be selected?

Here's what some of the experts are saying about this year's first round:

Vinnie Iyer's mock draft (Sporting News)

Iyer's latest mock draft was released on April 13.

Pick No.TeamPlayerPositionSchool
1Jacksonville JaguarsTrevor LawrenceQBClemson
2New York JetsZach WilsonQBBYU
3San Francisco 49ers (via MIA from HOU)Mac JonesQBAlabama
4Atlanta FalconsTrey LanceQBNorth Dakota State
5Cincinnati BengalsPenei SewellOTOregon
6Miami Dolphins (from PHI)Ja'Marr ChaseWRLSU
7Detroit LionsDeVonta SmithWRAlabama
8Carolina PanthersCaleb FarleyCBVirginia Tech
9Denver BroncosJustin FieldsQBOhio State
10Dallas CowboysPatrick Surtain IICBAlabama
11New York GiantsRashawn SlaterOTNorthwestern
12Philadelphia Eagles (via MIA from 49ers)Kyle PittsTEFlorida
13Los Angeles ChargersJaylen WaddleWRAlabama
14Minnesota VikingsAlijah Vera-TuckerOLUSC
15New England PatriotsMicah ParsonLBPenn State
16Arizona CardinalsGregory RousseauEDGEMiami
17Las Vegas RaidersJeremiah Owusu-KoramoahOLBNotre Dame
18Miami DolphinsKwity PayeEDGEMichigan
19Washington Football TeamChristian DarrisawOTVirginia Tech
20Chicago BearsKadarius ToneyWRFlorida
21Indianapolis ColtsSam CosmiOTTexas
22Tennessee TitansTeven JenkinsOTOklahoma State
23New York Jets (from SEA)Jaycee HornCBSouth Carolina
24Pittsburgh SteelersNajee HarrisRBAlabama
25Jacksonville Jaguars (from LAR)Christian BarmoreDTAlabama
26Cleveland BrownsAzeez OjulariOLBGeorgia
27Baltimore RavensJaelan PhillipsEDGEMiami
28New Orleans SaintsJoseph OssaiEDGETexas
29Green Bay PackersJalen MayfieldOTMichigan
30Buffalo BillsJayson OwehEDGEPenn State
31Kansas City ChiefsGreg Newsome IICBNorthwestern
32Tampa Bay BuccaneersLevi OnwuzurikeDTWashington


— Virginia Tech's Caleb Farley, not Alabama's Patrick Surtain II, is the first cornerback off the board at No. 8 to the Panthers. Farley's stock is questionable at the moment as he recovers from back surgery.

— Four straight QBs kick off the 2021 NFL Draft, with Justin Fields sliding to the Broncos at No. 9.

— Sam Cosmi, first-rounder? While Cosmi's versatility is praised, some question his first-round viability. In any case, Iyer projects Cosmi to go ahead of Teven Jenkins, at No. 21 to the Colts.

You can read SN's full seven-round mock draft here.

Mel Kiper's mock draft (ESPN)

Mel Kiper's latest mock draft was released on April 13 and features mock trades:

Pick No.TeamPlayerPositionSchool
1Jacksonville JaguarsTrevor LawrenceQBClemson
2New York JetsZach WilsonQBBYU
3San Francisco 49ers (via MIA from HOU)Mac JonesQBOhio State
4Miami Dolphins (mock trade with ATL)Kyle PittsTEFlorida
5Cincinnati BengalsPenei SewellOTOregon
6Atlanta Falcons (mock trade with MIA)Trey LanceQBNorth Dakota State
7Detroit LionsJa'Marr ChaseWRLSU
8Carolina PanthersDeVonta SmithWRAlabama
9Denver BroncosMicah ParsonsLBPenn State
10New England Patriots (mock trade with DAL)Justin FieldsQBOhio State
11New York GiantsJaylen WaddleWRAlabama
12Philadelphia Eagles (via MIA from SF)Patrick Surtain IICBAlabama
13Los Angeles ChargersRashawn SlaterOLNorthwestern
14Minnesota VikingsChristian DarrisawOTVirginia Tech
15Dallas CowboysJaycee HornCBVirginia Tech
16Arizona CardinalsCaleb FarleyCBVirginia Tech
17Las Vegas RaidersAlijah Vera-TuckerOLUSC
18Miami DolphinsKwity PayeDEMichigan
19Washington Football TeamJeremiah Owusu-KoramoahLBNotre Dame
20Chicago BearsTeven JenkinsOTOklahoma State
21Indianapolis ColtsJaelan PhillipsDEMiami
22Tennessee TitansElijah MooreWROle Miss
23New York Jets (from SEA)Gregory Newsome IICBNorthwestern
24Pittsburgh SteelersNajee HarrisRBAlabama
25Jacksonville Jaguars (from LAR)Trevon MoehrigSTCU
26Cleveland BrownsJamin DavisLBKentucky
27Baltimore RavensTerrace Marshall Jr.WRLSU
28New Orleans SaintsZaven CollinsOLB/DETulsa
29Green Bay PackersRashod BatemanWRMinnesota
30Buffalo BillsAzeez OjulariOLB/DEGeorgia
31Kansas City ChiefsJayson OwehOLBPenn State
32Tampa Bay BuccaneersChristian BarmoreDTAlabama


— Of course, all eyes on the QBs, and Kiper has the Patriots trading up to secure a falling Justin Fields at No. 10 — the NFL's worst nightmare.

— The Detroit Lions could go in any direction, but in this mock they take Ja'Marr Chase as the first WR off the board.

— The Packers finally get Aaron Rodgers the receiver he so desperately wanted, grabbing Minnesota's Rashod Bateman at No. 29. 

Todd McShay's mock draft (ESPN)

McShay's latest mock draft was released on April 1, but was updated to include the Sam Darnold trade and what it could mean for the rest of the NFL draft.

Pick No.TeamPlayerPositionSchool
1Jacksonville JaguarsTrevor LawrenceQBClemson
2New York JetsZach WilsonQBBYU
3San Francisco 49ers (via MIA from HOU)Mac JonesQBAlabama
4Atlanta FalconsKyle PittsTEFlorida
5Cincinnati BengalsJa'Marr ChaseWRLSU
6Miami Dolphins (from PHI)DeVonta SmithWRAlabama
7Detroit LionsJaylen WaddleWRAlabama
8Carolina PanthersPatrick Surtain IICBAlabama
9Denver BroncosTrey LanceQBNorth Dakota State
10Dallas CowboysJaycee HornCBSouth Carolina
11New England Patriots (mock trade)Justin FieldsQBOhio State
12Philadelphia Eagles (via MIA from 49ers)Micah ParsonsILBPenn State
13Los Angeles ChargersPenei SewellOTOregon
14Minnesota VikingsRashawn SlaterOLNorthwestern
15New England PatriotsJeremiah Owusu-KoramoahILBNotre Dame
16Miami Dolphins (mock trade)Alijah Vera-TuckerGUSC
17Las Vegas RaidersTrevon MoehrigSTCU
18Arizona Cardinals (mock trade)Caleb FarleyCBVirginia Tech
19Washington Football TeamChristian DarrisawOTVirginia Tech
20Chicago BearsKadarius ToneyWRFlorida
21Indianapolis ColtsKwity PayeDEMichigan
22Tennessee TitansGreg Newsome IICBNorthwestern
23New York Jets (from SEA)Travis EtienneRBClemsons
24Pittsburgh SteelersNajee HarrisRBAlabama
25Jacksonville Jaguars (from LAR)Teven JenkinsOTOklahoma State
26Cleveland BrownsGregory RousseauDEMiami
27Baltimore RavensTerrace Marshall Jr.WRLSU
28New Orleans SaintsElijah MooreWRMississippi
29Green Bay PackersJamin DavisILBKentucky
30Buffalo BillsJaelan PhillipsDEMiami
31Kansas City ChiefsAzeez OjulariOLBGeorgia
32Tampa Bay BuccaneersZaven CollinsOLBTulsa


— John Elway and Denver finally have a long-term solution at the QB position, as McShay has Trey Lance going to the Broncos at No. 9. Elway has been searching for the next great QB after Peyton Manning for years.

— Najee Harris — who recently told McShay "kiss my ass" — ends up with the Steelers at No. 24, alleviating pressure on the Steelers offense, which suffered on the ground last year.

— Everyone's worst nightmare confirmed: Bill Belichick gets his hands on a future franchise quarterback, with the Patriots trading up to 11 to grab a falling Justin Fields.

Daniel Jeremiah's mock draft (NFL Network)

DJ's latest mock draft was released on April 6.

Pick No.TeamPlayerPositionSchool
1Jacksonville JaguarsTrevor LawrenceQBClemson
2New York JetsZach WilsonQBBYU
3San Francisco 49ers (via MIA from HOU)Mac JonesQBAlabama
4Atlanta FalconsTrey LanceQBNorth Dakota State
5Cincinnati BengalsKyle PittsTEBengals
6Miami Dolphins (from PHI)Ja'Marr ChaseWRLSU
7Detroit LionsJustin FieldsQBOhio State
8Carolina PanthersRashawn SlaterOTNorthwestern
9Denver BroncosPenei SewellOTOregon
10Dallas CowboysKwity PayeEDGEMichigan
11New York GiantsDeVonta SmithWRAlabama
12Philadelphia Eagles (via MIA from 49ers)Patrick Surtain IICBAlabama
13Los Angeles ChargersJaycee HornCBSouth Carolina
14Minnesota VikingsJaelan PhillipsEDGEMiami
15New England PatriotsMicah ParsonsLBPenn State
16Arizona CardinalsJaylen WaddleWRAlabama
17Las Vegas RaidersJeremiah Owusu-KoramoahLBNotre Dame
18Miami DolphinsGregory RousseauEDGEMiami
19Washington Football TeamAlijah Vera-TuckerOLUSC
20Chicago BearsGreg Newsome IICBNorthwestern
21Indianapolis ColtsChristian DarrisawOTVirginia Tech
22Tennessee TitansCaleb FarleyCBVirginia Tech
23New York Jets (from SEA)Azeez OjulariEDGEGeorgia
24Pittsburgh SteelersTeven JenkinsOTOklahoma State
25Jacksonville Jaguars (from LAR)Trevon MoehrigSTCU
26Cleveland BrownsJamin DavisLBKentucky
27Baltimore RavensJayson OwehEDGEPenn State
28New Orleans SaintsAsante SamuelCBFlorida State
29Green Bay PackersLandon DickersonCAlabama
30Buffalo BillsJoe TryonEDGEWashington
31Kansas City ChiefsKelvin JosephCBKentucky
32Tampa Bay BuccaneersElijah MooreWRMississippi


— Jared who? Jeremiah has the Lions selecting Ohio State passer with the No. 7 overall pick. Detroit, of course, traded Matthew Stafford for Jared Goff (and more) this offseason. The Goff Era in the Motor City might be over before it even begins.

— After letting All-Pro center Corey Linsley walk in free agency, the Packers reinforce the offensive line with Landon Dickerson at No. 29.

— Five is the magic number, as in five first-round QBs. Jeremiah takes it a step further: Five quarterbacks will be selected in the top 10, the first time that will have happened in NFL Draft history.

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Daniel Jeremiah NFL Mock Draft 2021: Complete Results from NFL Network Guru

Michigan defensive lineman Kwity Paye plays during the second half of an NCAA college football game, Saturday, Nov. 28, 2020, in Ann Arbor, Mich. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)
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NFL Network draft analyst Daniel Jeremiah dropped his fourth and final NFL mock draft on Wednesday.

The former NFL scout has five quarterbacks going in the top 11 and seven offensive linemen slotting inside the top 32. He also took four edge-rushers/defensive ends, led by Miami's Jaelan Phillips at No. 14 to the Minnesota Vikings.

We'll take a deep dive into Jeremiah's first-round edge choices below after laying out his entire 32-pick first-round mock draft.

Daniel Jeremiah: Final Mock Draft

1. Jacksonville Jaguars: Clemson QB Trevor Lawrence

2. New York Jets: BYU QB Zach Wilson

3. San Francisco 49ers: Alabama QB Mac Jones

4. Atlanta Falcons: Florida TE Kyle Pitts

5. Cincinnati Bengals: Oregon OT Penei Sewell

6. Miami Dolphins: LSU WR Ja'Marr Chase

7. Denver Broncos (trade with Detroit Lions): OSU QB Justin Fields

8. Carolina Panthers: Alabama CB Patrick Surtain II

9. Detroit Lions (trade with Denver Broncos): Northwestern OT Rashawn Slater

10. Dallas Cowboys: South Carolina CB Jaycee Horn

11. New England Patriots (trade with New York Giants): NDSU QB Trey Lance

12. Philadelphia Eagles: Alabama WR DeVonta Smith

13. Los Angeles Chargers: Alabama WR Jaylen Waddle

14. Minnesota Vikings: Miami Edge Jaelan Phillips

15. New York Giants (trade with New England Patriots): PSU LB Micah Parsons

16. Arizona Cardinals: Tulsa LB Zaven Collins

17. Las Vegas Raiders: USC OL Alijah Vera-Tucker

18. Miami Dolphins: Michigan DE Kwity Paye

19. Washington Football Team: Notre Dame LB Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah

20. Chicago Bears: Northwestern CB Greg Newsome II

21. Indianapolis Colts: Washington Edge Joe Tryon

22. Tennessee Titans: Ole Miss WR Elijah Moore

23. New York Jets: Clemson RB Travis Etienne

24. Pittsburgh Steelers: Oklahoma State OT Teven Jenkins

25. Jacksonville Jaguars: Virginia Tech OT Christian Darrisaw

26. Cleveland Browns: UK LB Jamin Davis

27. Baltimore Ravens: PSU Edge Jayson Oweh

28. New Orleans Saints: Georgia CB Tyson Campbell

29. Green Bay Packers: NDSU OT Dillon Radunz

30. Buffalo Bills: FSU CB Asante Samuel Jr.

31. Baltimore Ravens: Notre Dame OT Liam Eichenberg

32. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Alabama RB Najee Harris

A Look at Jeremiah's 1-Round Edge Defenders

As far as pure edge-rushers and defensive ends go, a surefire, blue-chip edge prospect doesn't exist in this year's draft, but there's plenty of quality and potential to be found.

Phillips was a breakout star last year, accumulating 8.0 sacks and 15.5 tackles for loss for the Hurricanes in 10 games. He's an uber-athletic prospect who can do backflips:

The question there is injuries. He went on a long and winding road to be a first-round draft prospect, with David Furones of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel outlining some of his ailments, including one that led to a brief retirement from football.

"Once the nation's No. 1-rated recruit, in two years at UCLA, Phillips dealt with an ankle injury, a wrist injury in an off-the-field accident and a concussion that led him to retire from football. After deciding he wanted to come back to the game, he transferred to the Miami Hurricanes, sitting out the 2019 season before becoming eligible to play."

Phillips might be the highest-rated defensive player in the class if not for the injuries, but if he stays healthy, the sky is the limit for the Miami star. He was healthy in 2020 at least and dominated after taking Gregory Rousseau's place as the team's top edge-rusher. Rousseau opted out in 2020.

Up next is Michigan's Kwity Paye, who is projected to be taken 18th overall by the Miami Dolphins.

The production numbers aren't great for Paye, who had 11.5 sacks in 28 career games at Michigan. However, the potential to break out in the NFL certainly is, with Jeremiah writing the following:

"Paye has the ideal frame and explosiveness for an NFL edge rusher. He's at his best playing on the outside, but Michigan had him moving all around their front, including playing head-up over the center. As a pass rusher, he is explosive out of his stance, but it looks different because of his short/choppy steps. I'd like to see him cover more ground, but that is easily correctable.

"He has violent hands to create a knockback, but he still needs to develop a better plan to consistently escape and finish. I love his effort and determination. Against the run, he crushes tight ends at the point of attack and can close in a hurry from the back side. He does have some stiffness in space, but he's a capable dropper in the flat. Paye is raw, but there could be a huge payoff when he puts it all together."

Paye has also had an arduous journey to the NFL. NFL Network and ESPN both did stories on Paye and his family, and they are both well-worth watching and learning from:

Washington's Joe Tryon and Penn State's Jayson Oweh round out the first-round edge prospects.

Tryon is Jeremiah's third edge-defender choice at No. 21 overall to the Indianapolis Colts. There's some mystery with Tryon opting out of the 2020 season, but the production was there in 2019 (8.5 sacks in 13 games).

Tryon used his off time productively, as he noted to Austin Gayle of Pro Football Focus:

He also had an awfully impressive pro day to showcase his physical traits, with Senior Bowl Executive Director Jim Nagy posting Tryon's measurements and testing numbers:

Naturally, Tryon had a very high relative athletic score:

Tryon could end up being a huge Round 1 steal for whichever team takes him.

Oweh is a bit like Paye, in that they are both Big Ten defensive ends with tons of potential but little college production. Oweh had a rough 2020 season, finishing the year without a sack.

However, there's plenty of hype surrounding the former PSU Nittany Lion:

We'll see if he can put it all together in the pros. If he doesn't hear his name called in the first round, he'll likely hear it soon enough in the second.

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Detroit Lions: Daniel Jeremiah is spot on in latest NFL Mock Draft

Detroit Lions

Things change daily in the NFL, so ideas today may just be an afterthought by next week, depending on recent transactions.  It takes just one trade within the top ten to throw a wrench into everyone’s mock drafts.  I feel that the NFL Network’s insider, Daniel Jeremiah, hit the nail on the head when it comes to the Detroit Lions in his latest prediction.

In his latest NFL Mock Draft, Jeremiah has the Lions selecting quarterback Justin Fields out of Ohio State.

Jeremiah has four quarterbacks taken in a row to start the 2021 NFL Draft.  No surprises early with Trevor Lawrence followed by Zach Wilson going to Jacksonville and the Jets.  That is accompanied by 49ers selecting Mac Jones, and if you went back just a month ago, many experts had Jones as the fifth-ranked quarterback in the draft class.

If true, that selection of Jones to the 49ers opens the door for the Detroit Lions to land Justin Fields.

This is followed by the Atlanta Falcons passing on Fields to take Trey Lance.  Atlanta mentioned they are open for business when it comes to the fourth overall pick.  That tells me they are not entirely committed to taking a quarterback here, but they should be in the market selecting this high in the draft, especially with Matt Ryan showing signs of decline at 36-years old.

At five, Jeremiah has the Bengals selecting tight end Kyle Pitts.  It would be a bold choice after quarterback Joe Burrow recently lobbied for the organization to pick his college teammate Ja’Marr Chase.  Chase, in recent days also mentioned he’d like to play in Cincinnati with Burrow.

Then it’s Miami on the clock with the sixth pick, and this is where Jeremiah has the aforementioned Chase landing, which leaves the Lions with a tough decision to make.

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