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Alright, folks, it's time to kick this thing off. First, though, a couple of "rules", if you will:
  1. When you pick, post justification for your first round pick(s). Provide some detail in why you made the pick, post a picture, highlight videos, whatever. Just try to avoid putting a name down and moving on. This thread can be an education on prospects, which is good if you're an NFL fan.
  2. After you make a selection, please send a private message to the next person drafting. I would say to tag the poster, but I haven't been getting some tags. Please PM. Try to keep a eye on the thread in case someone does forget to PM.
  3. Try to check back here on the daily if you know your pick is coming soon. Quicker picks means we go deeper into the 3rd round or longer.
  4. Trades MUST be reasonable. You can discuss trades with anyone whether or not they have indicated they'd be open to it.
With that said, LFG!


Round 1
1.Jacksonville Jaguars @AZ_ Trevor Lawrence; QB; Clemson
2.New York Jets @adam81king Zach Wilson; QB; BYU
3.San Francisco 49ers @Randolphkeys Trey Lance; QB; NDSU
4.Atlanta Falcons @raiders91sc Justin Fields; QB; The Ohio State University
5.Cincinnati Bengals @JDailey23 Jamarr Chase; WR; LSU
6.Miami Dolphins @Jack Brickman Penei Sewell; OT, Oregon
7.Detroit Lions @Amherstcavsfan Kyle Pitts; TE; Florida
8.Carolina Panthers @G00seY3 Jaylen Waddle; WR; Alabama
9.Denver Broncos @MGMT Kwity Paye; DE; Michigan
10.Dallas Cowboys @SuperSurge Patrick Surtain II; CB; Florida State
11.New York Giants @Snowblind Rashawn Slater; OL; Northwestern
12.Philadelphia Eagles @KIisKing - DaVonta Smith, WR, Alabama
13. Arizona Cardinals @DJTJ - @ Jaycee Horn, CB, South Carolina
14.Baltimore Ravens @Rookie Micah Parsons; LB; Penn State
15.New England Patriots @CBBI - Mac Jones; QB; Alabama
16. Los Angeles Chargers 67. @Out of the Rafters at the Q Christian Derrishaw; OT, Virginia Tech
17.Las Vegas Raiders @CosmoKramer - Alijah Vera-Tucker; OL; USC
18.Miami Dolphins @Jack Brickman Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah; LB; Notre Dame
19.Washington Football Team @Jordan Christian Barmore; DT; Alabama
20.Chicago Bears @bronko Greg Newsome II; CB; Northwestern
21.Indianapolis Colts @dkbldev Jaelen Phillips, EDGE; Miami
22.Tennessee Titans @Amherstcavsfan Rashod Bateman; WR; Minnesota
23.New York Jets (from Seattle) @adam81king Caleb Farley; CB; Virginia Tech
24.Pittsburgh Steelers @PITCavsFan Najee Harris, RB, Alabama
25.Detroit Lions @Amherstcavsfan Azeez Ojulari, EDGE, Georgia
26.Cleveland Browns @Hurl Bruce Gregory Rousseau; EDGE, Miami
27.Minnesota Vikings @Falb7 Trevon Moehrig, Safety, TCU
28.New Orleans Saints @Stark Zaven Collins, LB, Tulsa
29.Green Bay Packers @sportscoach Terrance Marshal, WR, LSU
30.Buffalo Bills @Randolphkeys Joe Tryon, DE, Washington
31.Kansas City Chiefs @Coyote850 Taven Jenkins, OT, Oklahoma State
32.Tampa Bay Buccaneers @TopGun Kadarius Toney; WR; Florida

Round 2
33. Jacksonville Jaguars Joseph Ossai - EDGE - Texas
34. New York Jets Jamin Davis; LB; Kentucky
35. Atlanta Falcons Jayson Oweh; DE; Penn State
36. Miami Dolphins (from Houston) Rondale Moore; WR; Purdue
37. Philadelphia Eagles Asante Samuel Jr, CB, Florida State.
38. Cincinnati Bengals Jalen Mayfield, OT, Michigan
39. Carolina Panthers Pat Freiermuth; TE, Penn State
40. Denver Broncos Jackson Carmen; OT; Clemson
41. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Detroit) Tommy Tremble; TE; Notre Dame
42. New York Giants Carlos Basham Jr.; EDGE; Woke Forest
43. San Francisco 49ers Travis Etienne; RB; Clemson
44. Dallas Cowboys Levi Onwuzirke; IDL; Washington
45. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Minnesota) Elijah Moore; WR; Ole Miss
46. New England Patriots Nick Bolton, LB, Missouri
47. Los Angeles Chargers Ifeatu Melifonwu, CB, Syracuse
48. Las Vegas Raiders Jevon Holland, FS, Oregon
49. Arizona Cardinals Javonte Williams; RB; UNC
50. Miami Dolphins Eric Stokes, CB, Georgia
51. Washington Football Team Davis Mills, QB, Stanford
52. Chicago Bears Alex Leatherwood, OT, Alabams
53. Tennessee Titans Talanoa Hufanga, S, USC
54. Indianapolis Colts Liam Eichenberg, OL, Notre Dame
55. Pittsburgh Steelers Samuel Cosmi, OT, Texas
56. Seattle Seahawks @Jack Brickman Walker Little, OT, Stanford
57. Los Angeles Rams @WellYouNeednt Pete Werner, LB, Ohio State
58. Baltimore Ravens Dillon Radunz, OT, North Dakota State
59. Cleveland Browns Tyson Campbell, CB, Georgia
60. New Orleans Saints Jamar Johnson, S, Indiana
61. Buffalo Bills Wyatt Davis, OL, The Ohio State University
62. Arizona Cardinals (from Green Bay) Milton Williams, DL, Louisiana Tech
63. Kansas City Chiefs Jabril Cox, LB, LSU
64. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Daviyon Nixon - DT- Iowa



Round 3
65. Jacksonville Jaguars Richie Grant - S - UCF
66. New York Jets Ronnie Perkins, DE, Oklahoma
67. Houston Texans @Out of the Rafters at the Q Creed Humphrey, C, Oklahoma
68. Atlanta Falcons Aaron Robinson, CB, UCF
69. Cincinnati Bengals Payton Turner, Edge, Houston
70. Philadelphia Eagles Marlon Tuipulotu, DL, USC
71. Denver Broncos Kelvin Joseph, CB, Kentucky
72. Detroit Lions Nico Collins, WR, Michigan
73. Carolina Panthers Elijah Molden, DB, Washington
74. Green Bay Packers (from Washington and previously San Francisco) Tyler Shelvin; DT, LSU
75. Dallas Cowboys Baron Browning, LB, The Ohio State University
76. New York Giants ALIM MCNEILL, DT, NC State
77. Los Angeles Chargers Landon Dickerson, IOL, Alabama
78. Baltimore Ravens Dyami Brown; WR; North Carolina
79. Las Vegas Raiders (from Cardinals) Quinn Meinerz, OL, Wisconsin-Whitewater
80. Las Vegas Raiders Andre Cisco, FS, Syracuse
81. Miami Dolphins Brevin Jordan, TE, Miami
82. Green Bay Packers (from Washington) Spencer Brown, OL, Northern Iowa
83. Chicago Bears D’Wayne Eskridge, WR, Western Michigan
84. Philadelphia Eagles (from Indianapolis) James Hudson, OT, Cincinnati
85. Tennessee Titans Paulson Adebo, CB, Stanford
86. New York Jets (from Seattle) Tylan Wallace, WR, Oklahoma State
87. Pittsburgh Steelers Josh Myers, C/G, Ohio State
88. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Detroit) Tommy Togiai, DT, Ohio State
89. Cleveland Browns Jay Tufele, DL, USC
90. Minnesota Vikings (from Baltimore) Kyle Trask, QB, Florida
91. Cleveland Browns (from New Orleans) Amari Rodgers, WR, Clemson
92. Washington Football Team (from Green Bay) Ben Cleveland, IOL, Georgia
93. Buffalo Bills Keith Taylor Jr., CB, Washington
94. Kansas City Chiefs Rashad Weaver, Edge, Pitt
95. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Jordan Smith - EDGE - UAB
96. New England Patriots Amon-Ra St. Brown, WR, USC
97. Los Angeles Chargers Cornell Powell, WR, Clemson
98. New Orleans Saints Marvin Wilson, DT, Florida State
99. Dallas Cowboys Ar'Darius Washington- S -TCU
100. Tennessee Titans Quincey Roche, EDGE, Miami.
101. Los Angles Rams Marquez Stevenson, WR - Houston
102. San Francisco 49ers Hamsah Nasirildeen, SS, Florida State
103. Los Angles Rams Hunter Long, TE, Boston College
104. Baltimore Ravens Jaylen Twyman, DT, Pitt
105. New Orleans Saints Anthony Schwartz, WR, Auburn

Round 4
106. Jacksonville Jaguars Brady Christiansen, OT, BYU
107. New York Jets Chuba Hubbard, RB, Oklahoma State
108. Atlanta Falcons Jamien Sherwood, SS, Auburn
109. Houston Texans Kellen Mond, QB, Texas A&M
110. Cleveland Browns (from Philadelphia) Robert Rochell, CB, Central Arkansas
111. Cincinnati Bengals Trey Smith. OG , Tennessee
112. Detroit Lions Benjamin St-Juste, CB, Minnesota
113. Carolina Panthers Shakur Brown, CB, Michigan State
114. Denver Broncos Dylan Moses, LB Alabama
115. Dallas Cowboys Stone Forsythe, OT, Florida
116. New York Giants Cade Johnson, WR, SDSU
117. San Francisco 49ers Patrick Jones II, DE, Pitt
118. Los Angeles Chargers Tamorrion Terry, WR, Florida State
119. Minnesota Vikings Cameron McGrone, LB, Michigan
120. New England Patriots Kenneth Gainwell, RB, Memphis
121. Las Vegas Raiders
122. Houston Texans (from Arizona)
123. Philadelphia Eagles
124. Washington Football Team
125. Minnesota Vikings (from Chicago)
126. Tennessee Titans
127. Indianapolis Colts
128. Pittsburgh Steelers
129. Seattle Seahawks
130. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Rams)
131. Baltimore Ravens
132. Cleveland Browns
133. New Orleans Saints
134. Minnesota Vikings (from Buffalo)
135. Washington Football Team (from Green Bay)
136. Kansas City Chiefs
137. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
138. Dallas Cowboys
139. New England Patriots
140. Pittsburgh Steelers
141. Los Angeles Rams
142. Washington Football Team (from Green Bay)
143. Minnesota Vikings
144. Kansas City Chiefs

Round 5
145. Jacksonville Jaguars
146. New York Jets
147. Houston Texans
148. Atlanta Falcons
149. Cincinnati Bengals
150. Philadelphia Eagles
151. Carolina Panthers
152. Denver Broncos
153. Detroit Lions
154. New York Jets (from Giants)
155. San Francisco 49ers
156. Miami Dolphins
157. Minnesota Vikings
158. New England Patriots
159. Los Angeles Chargers
160. Los Angeles Chargers (from Arizona)
161. Buffalo Bills (from Las Vegas)
162. Las Vegas Raiders (from Miami)
163. Washington Football Team
164. Chicago Bears
165. Indianapolis Colts
166. Tennessee Titans
167. Seattle Seahawks
168. Baltimore Ravens (from Pittsburgh)
169. Cleveland Browns (from Rams)
170. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Cleveland)
171. Minnesota Vikings (from Baltimore)
172. San Francisco 49ers (from New Orleans)
173. Washington Football Team (from Green Bay)
174. Buffalo Bills
175. Kansas City Chiefs
176. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
177. Green Bay Packers
178. Dallas Cowboys
179. Atlanta Falcons
180. San Francisco 49ers
181. Kansas City Chiefs
182. Atlanta Falcons
183. Baltimore Ravens
 
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With the 1st Overall Pick in the 2021 RealCavsFans Mock Draft, the Jacksonville Jaguars select:

Trevor Lawrence - QB - Clemson

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My Take: This isn't a huge surprise, but Trevor Lawrence is good. A legitimate dual threat athlete at the next level, his underrated athleticism really helps set him apart from quite a few other "generational prospect" types.

As a passer, he is already among the most NFL-ready talents to enter the league since Andrew Luck, and Lawrence is almost unquestionably more talented.

Can get the ball to any area of the field with ease, with excellent "off-platform" skills which make him a threat from inside the pocket and out. Has ample experience with NFL concepts, and has very few glaring weaknesses to his game.

Makes his share of mental mistakes, the occasional early bailout from a clean pocket, the things you'd expect from every young QB. No glaring weaknesses and will continue cleaning up his footwork and ball positioning pre-throw.

One of the best all around prospects in NFL history, and should be a day one starter at the next level.


The Draft Network: Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence is among the most exceptional talents at the quarterback position to ever enter the NFL. He blends elite physical gifts with exceptional football IQ, leadership traits, and intangibles that make him the type of talent that would be the No. 1 overall selection in almost any draft. Lawrence is accurate with the football to all levels of the field and brings a dynamic athletic profile to the table—which allows him to extend plays, work off-script, and present a nightmare for opponents to defend. While Lawrence is a premier talent, he isn’t without room to grow, particularly in terms of consistency working through progressions. With three seasons of experience as the starter at Clemson, which includes a College Football Playoff appearance every year, Lawrence is equipped to take control of an NFL offense from Day 1 and has the upside to become one of the most dynamic players in the entire NFL.



The New York Jets are now on the clock...

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With the 1st Overall Pick in the 2021 RealCavsFans Mock Draft, the Jacksonville Jaguars select:

Trevor Lawrence - QB - Clemson

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My Take: This isn't a huge surprise, but Trevor Lawrence is good. A legitimate dual threat athlete at the next level, his underrated athleticism really helps set him apart from quite a few other "generational prospect" types.

As a passer, he is already among the most NFL-ready talents to enter the league since Andrew Luck, and Lawrence is almost unquestionably more talented.

Can get the ball to any area of the field with ease, with excellent "off-platform" skills which make him a threat from inside the pocket and out. Has ample experience with NFL concepts, and has very few glaring weaknesses to his game.

Makes his share of mental mistakes, the occasional early bailout from a clean pocket, the things you'd expect from every young QB. No glaring weaknesses and will continue cleaning up his footwork and ball positioning pre-throw.

One of the best all around prospects in NFL history, and should be a day one starter at the next level.


The Draft Network: Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence is among the most exceptional talents at the quarterback position to ever enter the NFL. He blends elite physical gifts with exceptional football IQ, leadership traits, and intangibles that make him the type of talent that would be the No. 1 overall selection in almost any draft. Lawrence is accurate with the football to all levels of the field and brings a dynamic athletic profile to the table—which allows him to extend plays, work off-script, and present a nightmare for opponents to defend. While Lawrence is a premier talent, he isn’t without room to grow, particularly in terms of consistency working through progressions. With three seasons of experience as the starter at Clemson, which includes a College Football Playoff appearance every year, Lawrence is equipped to take control of an NFL offense from Day 1 and has the upside to become one of the most dynamic players in the entire NFL.



The New York Jets are now on the clock...

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I have to admit: this caught me by surprise....I did not see it coming.
 

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With the 2nd Overall Pick in the 2021 RealCavsFans Mock Draft, the New York Football Jets select:

ZACHARY KAPONO WILSON - 6'3" gunslinging Mormon from BYU.

Why? Have you seen him throw a Football? The Andy Reid influence is obvious. The ability to throw from any arm angle. The above average athleticism. The howitzer attached to his shoulder.

The only downside is the incredibly punchable face***. Thankfully he'll be wearing a face mask, so it may not be an issue.

Also, the Jets are open for business with Mr Bad Face (Sam Darnold) available. Come make a deal you pancake eating MFers.


***I can't link pictures from my phone; my apologies.

@Randolphkeys is up next.
 

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Alright, folks, it's time to kick this thing off. First, though, a couple of "rules", if you will:
  1. When you pick, post justification for your first round pick(s). Provide some detail in why you made the pick, post a picture, highlight videos, whatever. Just try to avoid putting a name down and moving on. This thread can be an education on prospects, which is good if you're an NFL fan.
  2. After you make a selection, please send a private message to the next person drafting. I would say to tag the poster, but I haven't been getting some tags. Please PM. Try to keep a eye on the thread in case someone does forget to PM.
  3. Try to check back here on the daily if you know your pick is coming soon. Quicker picks means we go deeper into the 3rd round or longer.
  4. Trades MUST be reasonable. You can discuss trades with anyone whether or not they have indicated they'd be open to it.
With that said, LFG!


Round 1
1.Jacksonville Jaguars @AZ_
2.New York Jets @adam81king
3.San Francisco 49ers @Randolphkeys
4.Atlanta Falcons @raiders91sc
5.Cincinnati Bengals @JDailey23
6.Miami Dolphins @Jack Brickman
7.Detroit Lions @Amherstcavsfan
8.Carolina Panthers @G00seY3
9.Denver Broncos @MGMT
10.Dallas Cowboys @SuperSurge
11.New York Giants @Snowblind
12.Philadelphia Eagles @KIisKing
13.Los Angeles Chargers @Out of the Rafters at the Q
14.Minnesota Vikings @Falb7
15.New England Patriots @CBBI
16.Arizona Cardinals @DJTJ
17.Las Vegas Raiders @CosmoKramer
18.Miami Dolphins @Jack Brickman
19.Washington Football Team @Jordan
20.Chicago Bears @bronko
21.Indianapolis Colts @dkbldev
22.Tennessee Titans @Amherstcavsfan
23.New York Jets (from Seattle) @adam81king
24.Pittsburgh Steelers @PITCavsFan
25.Jacksonville Jaguars (from Rams) @AZ_
26.Cleveland Browns @Hurl Bruce
27.Baltimore Ravens @Rookie
28.New Orleans Saints @Stark
29.Green Bay Packers @sportscoach
30.Buffalo Bills @Randolphkeys
31.Kansas City Chiefs @Coyote850
32.Tampa Bay Buccaneers @TopGun

Round 2
33. Jacksonville Jaguars
34. New York Jets
35. Atlanta Falcons
36. Miami Dolphins (from Houston)
37. Philadelphia Eagles
38. Cincinnati Bengals
39. Carolina Panthers
40. Denver Broncos
41. Detroit Lions
42. New York Giants
43. San Francisco 49ers
44. Dallas Cowboys
45. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Minnesota)
46. New England Patriots
47. Los Angeles Chargers
48. Las Vegas Raiders
49. Arizona Cardinals
50. Miami Dolphins
51. Washington Football Team
52. Chicago Bears
53. Tennessee Titans
54. Indianapolis Colts
55. Pittsburgh Steelers
56. Seattle Seahawks
57. Los Angeles Rams
58. Baltimore Ravens
59. Cleveland Browns
60. New Orleans Saints
61. Buffalo Bills
62. Green Bay Packers
63. Kansas City Chiefs
64. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Round 3
65. Jacksonville Jaguars
66. New York Jets
67. Houston Texans @Out of the Rafters at the Q
68. Atlanta Falcons
69. Cincinnati Bengals
70. Philadelphia Eagles
71. Denver Broncos
72. Detroit Lions
73. Carolina Panthers
74. Washington Football Team (from San Francisco)
75. Dallas Cowboys
76. New York Giants
77. Los Angeles Chargers
78. Minnesota Vikings
79. Arizona Cardinals
80. Las Vegas Raiders
81. Miami Dolphins
82. Washington Football Team
83. Chicago Bears
84. Philadelphia Eagles (from Indianapolis)
85. Tennessee Titans
86. New York Jets (from Seattle)
87. Pittsburgh Steelers
88. Detroit Lions (from Rams)
89. Cleveland Browns
90. Minnesota Vikings (from Baltimore)
91. Cleveland Browns (from New Orleans)
92. Green Bay Packers
93. Buffalo Bills
94. Kansas City Chiefs
95. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
96. New England Patriots
97. Los Angeles Chargers
98. New Orleans Saints
99. Dallas Cowboys
100. Tennessee Titans
101. Los Angles Rams
102. San Francisco 49ers
103. Los Angles Rams
104. Baltimore Ravens
105. New Orleans Saints

Round 4
106. Jacksonville Jaguars
107. New York Jets
108. Atlanta Falcons
109. Houston Texans
110. Cleveland Browns (from Philadelphia)
111. Cincinnati Bengals
112. Detroit Lions
113. Carolina Panthers
114. Denver Broncos
115. Dallas Cowboys
116. New York Giants
117. San Francisco 49ers
118. Los Angeles Chargers
119. Minnesota Vikings
120. New England Patriots
121. Las Vegas Raiders
122. Houston Texans (from Arizona)
123. Philadelphia Eagles
124. Washington Football Team
125. Minnesota Vikings (from Chicago)
126. Tennessee Titans
127. Indianapolis Colts
128. Pittsburgh Steelers
129. Seattle Seahawks
130. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Rams)
131. Baltimore Ravens
132. Cleveland Browns
133. New Orleans Saints
134. Minnesota Vikings (from Buffalo)
135. Green Bay Packers
136. Kansas City Chiefs
137. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
138. Dallas Cowboys
139. New England Patriots
140. Pittsburgh Steelers
141. Los Angeles Rams
142. Green Bay Packers
143. Minnesota Vikings
144. Kansas City Chiefs

Round 5
145. Jacksonville Jaguars
146. New York Jets
147. Houston Texans
148. Atlanta Falcons
149. Cincinnati Bengals
150. Philadelphia Eagles
151. Carolina Panthers
152. Denver Broncos
153. Detroit Lions
154. New York Jets (from Giants)
155. San Francisco 49ers
156. Miami Dolphins
157. Minnesota Vikings
158. New England Patriots
159. Los Angeles Chargers
160. Arizona Cardinals
161. Buffalo Bills (from Las Vegas)
162. Las Vegas Raiders (from Miami)
163. Washington Football Team
164. Chicago Bears
165. Indianapolis Colts
166. Tennessee Titans
167. Seattle Seahawks
168. Baltimore Ravens (from Pittsburgh)
169. Cleveland Browns (from Rams)
170. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Cleveland)
171. Minnesota Vikings (from Baltimore)
172. San Francisco 49ers (from New Orleans)
173. Green Bay Packers
174. Buffalo Bills
175. Kansas City Chiefs
176. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
177. Green Bay Packers
178. Dallas Cowboys
179. Atlanta Falcons
180. San Francisco 49ers
181. Kansas City Chiefs
182. Atlanta Falcons
183. Baltimore Ravens
 

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I want to move this along despite terrible timing...

The San Francisco 49ers select...

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Trey Lance - QB of the North Dakota State Bison.

6'3, 221 pounds
Walter Payton Award and Jerry Rice Award Winner of 2019.


Why?

This pick is probably going to happen, and all the Buckeye faithful have to at least hear the Niners out. This guy is just as mobile, just as big and strong... and he doesn't lock in on his first option the way Justin Fields locks in.

Lance was recruited to be a safety everywhere in the Big Ten, but opted to be a QB in the same program that developed Carson Wentz. It was an unquestioned success in 2019 as he picked up multiple awards for national player of the year. He threw for 28 touchdowns and zero interceptions in a pro-style offense... only to see his league forgo the 2020 season.

pick #4 on the board, @raiders91sc
 
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Cincinnati willing to listen to offers for pick #5.
 

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The Atlanta Falcons select...

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Justin Fields QB

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The Ohio State Univesity

WHY?

THE #1 reason is accuracy. The kid is one of the most accurate QB PFF has ever charted. Kinda the same reason the Brown's took Mayfield. Atlanta was praying the 49ers took Trey Lance. Both are in same class as an athlete but the Trey kid has played no competition or shown anything on film while Justin has 2 years of film and played against the best of the best. Atlanta is good at QB for at least 2 more years with Ryan and Fields won't have to play right away. Atlanta took offers for the 4th pick but decided the current offers weren't enough for a future all pro QB. One big factor in this decision making process was the current status of NFC South QB picture. Saints are moving off HOF Brees, Carolina has journey man Bridgewater, and the Bucs have 90 year old Brady. With Ryan at QB the next 2 years the Falcons have the 2nd best QB in Division and then when Fields takes over and the 90 year old Brady finally retires then Atlanta will have the best QB in Division. Green Bay has shown it is better to have 2 HOF QBs on ur roster rather than none.

PFF Scouting Report:

You'll hear about the knocks on Fields throughout this draft process, from the track record of Ohio State quarterbacks to his ugly games against Indiana and Northwestern to his slow processing and decision-making. I'm not here to say those concerns aren't valid, but the physical tools and leadership he brings to the position are too great to ignore. Over the course of his career, Fields has been one of the most accurate quarterbacks we've ever charted. In his first game against Nebraska this season, he didn't let go of a single off-target pass. Add in his rushing ability, and that's a winning combo.

+Hasn’t ever been anything other than deadly accurate in college.
+Exceptional at protecting the football. Only 18 turnover-worthy plays in his career.
+Dynamic in the running game. Can run over defensive backs and outrun linebackers.
+Consistently attacked downfield, as 69.9% of passing yards came through the air.

-Playspeed a tick slower than where you'd like. When in doubt, he holds the ball.
-Receivers run wild in Ohio State's offense. Only 54 career tight-window completions.
-Blitz recognition was an issue in 2020. His time to throw increased vs. blitz.
-He's mobile, but his accuracy suffered on the move. Won more from pocket.

on the clock

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Again. Open to moving down a few spots if someone wants to grab an elite prospect. Will keep this spot open for a few hours. Send a PM if interested.
 

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Again. Open to moving down a few spots if someone wants to grab an elite prospect. Will keep this spot open for a few hours. Send a PM if interested.

I'll trade you Sam "Bad face" Darnold for #5. Y'all may need an upgrade from Findley in case Burrow isn't healthy.



*this offer is a joke...unless you'd do it.
 

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TRADE:

Minnesota has acquired T Orlando Brown and pick #27

from Baltimore ( @Rookie ) in exchange for: Pick #14, pick #78, 2022 3rd

The Vikings are ABSOLUTELY THRILLED to have just guaranteed Kirk Cousins' $35M SALARY FOR NOT THIS YEAR BUT NEXT YEAR. This, mixed with the best former LSU WR in the league Justin Jefferson and the significant $28M+ investment in RB Dalvin Cook leaves a mandatory requirement that the team reinvest in the offensive line following the departure of veteran Riley Reiff. Minnesota takes the opportunity to acquire a top caliber left tackle who's higher graded than the collection of offensive lineman sure to be available at 14. We're fine moving down and picking up a late 1st to perhaps also address the OL or further revamp the defense in Mike Zimmer's potential last stand as head coach.
 

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With the 5th pick in the 2021 RCF Mock Draft the Cincinnati Bengals select:

JaMarr Chase, WR, LSU

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College: LSU
Class: Jr.
Height: 6'0"
Weight: 210



Chase is a playmaker at all three levels, and he has the ability to line up at any spot, from X-iso to the slot. While his size/speed combination might not be elite on paper, his overall athletic profile is — especially when it comes to body control, acceleration and play strength. He’s a true No. 1 receiver with a chance to be one of the top five players at the position for the next decade.
This gives Burrow a true weapon to grow with and Burrow appears to be happy with the decision based on previous comments after the 2020 season.
“I’d love to play with Ja’Marr. We’re still in contact all the time. He’s a great dude and a great player. I’d love to have him on the team,” Burrow said in a January interview with Fanatics.

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THE PICK IS IN...

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With the 6th pick in the 2021 RCF Mock Draft, the Miami Dolphins select...

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Penei Sewell, OT Oregon
Well, this pick basically got made for me, as I was planning to pick between Sewell and Chase here and assumed one or both would be here. The Dolphins show why they continue to be one of the top front offices in the NFL, as they trade back three spots and still end up with arguably the best prospect in the draft at one of the league's most critical positions. Coupled with my Austin Jackson pick in the first round last year (a pick the Dolphins conveniently also made), this should effectively shore up the two tackle positions in Miami for years to come.

The most important thing for any team to do is protect their quarterback, and Sewell provides just about everything you want from a top-tier tackle prospect. He's big, athletic, and agile. Sewell didn't allow a single sack in 2019 over thirteen games, and didn't even allow a pressure in nine of them. He became the first true sophomore to be awarded the Outland Trophy, which is given to the best interior lineman (offensive or defensive) in college football. Sewell opted out of his 2020 season, presumably because he'd already put his dick on the table.

Sewell joins my 2020 Dolphins draft class, which featured names such as Isaiah Simmons, Justin Jefferson, Jalen Hurts, Jonathan Taylor, and the aforementioned Austin Jackson.

@Amherstcavsfan is on the clock.
 
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