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2021 NFL Mock Draft by Rothtw27 - 4.20
Published at 4/29/2021 12:56:25 AM
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Urban Meyer gets his QB of the next ten years. Lawrence is the most sure thing since Andrew Luck.
Wilson is brought in to New York to replace, and hopefully not replicate, the arduous tenure of Sam Darnold.
Possibly the reach of the draft, Kyle gets down to some Shanahanigans and picks Jimmy G's heir apparent. He will replace him sooner rather than later; however, at what cost?
Pitts, the most athletic player in the draft, is brought in as the Falcons shop Julio Jones. He becomes the focal point of the offense.
Foregoing the selection of protecting Joe Burrow, Bengals brass brings in a target for him instead, creating a three headed monster of Chase, Tee Higgins, and Tyler Boyd.
The first big trade of the night occurs, and it's not for a QB. Herbert gets his wish to have Sewell in LA with him. Former college teammates, Sewell provides immediate upgrade to the offensive line.
Waddle is brought in to replace both Kenny Golladay and Marvin Jones. While not the Heisman Winner, Waddle creates elite separation and will be the #1 for Matthew Stafford.
Another trade, this time for a QB. Washington trades up to get Trey Lance, the biggest enigma in the draft but arguably who boasts one of the highest upsides. Lance hasn't thrown a meaningful pass in quite some time, but possesses the size and strength to become a fantastic QB in the NFL.
Micah Parsons comes off the board after a run on offensive talent. As the first defensive player taken, he will join Von Miller and Bradley Chubb in the linebacker corps in Denver to create a fast, versatile set. Trading for Bridgewater changed things big time in Denver.
Dallas needs a corner, and they get one here. Horn is from an NFL pedigree, and has the size and athleticism to compete from day one in what will be a very pass happy division.
Needing speed off the edge, Dave Gettleman, who doesn't trade down, fills his need here. Paye wreaked havoc up at Michigan, and hopes to continue his run in New York.
DeVonta Smith, the Heisman winner, comes off the board and goes to the Eagles, who need weapons. Smith is one of the most elite athletes in the draft, and by adding him, Philly gets someone Jalen Hurts can depend on.
Slater falls, but the Dolphins, who traded down with the Chargers, get who they wanted all along. Miami has been playing chess, not checkers, this offseason, and in addition to getting Slater, they set themselves up for the future with draft picks as well.
Minnesota added Patrick Peterson in the offseason, but lost Anthony Harris. Moehrig, a cerebral player from Northwestern, gets the nod here. Playing in a similar scheme that he played in college now with the Vikings, he will succeed early.
Bill Belicheck was thought to be looking to trade up, but as the picks fall, he doesn't need to and gets the guy he wanted all along. We saw what Fields did at OSU, and will get to learn behind Cam Newton for a year before taking the reigns in New England.
Surtain is brought in to replace Patrick Peterson, and with his NFL pedigree and the success he had at Alabama, it's a no brainer to bring him in to this up and coming team. Surtain slots in Day One as a starter and will attempt to replicate the success his predecessor had at the position in AZ.