The 2021 NFL Draft has several polarization prospects on either side of the ball. Trevor Lawrence in the Clemson quarterback has already been labeled by many as the best overall outlook in its class. Oregon’s aggressive lineman, Penei Sewell, could be the next important offensive lineman for the lucky franchise. Pennsylvania State University linebacker Mica Parsons could be ranked in the top five in this 2021 first round NFL mock draft.
In this simulated draft, PFN Mock Draft Simulator Decide on a pick. Draft orders are current as of December 21st. Do you have a top outlook for the first round? Is there a switch at the top of the draft order? On the first pick, Jacksonville Jaguar is in time.
Chiotti’s First Round 2021 NFL Mock Draft | Picks 1-10
1. Jacksonville Jaguars: Trevor Lawrence, QB, Clemson
This is easy as Jaguar is currently in the driver’s seat for the first overall pick. This team is rebuilding, but what’s a better way to start the process with a franchise quarterback? Trevor Lawrence of Clemson is a truly talented athlete who is one of the best talents we have seen in the last few years.
Combining his touch, arm strength, and downfield accuracy with a large frame that isn’t afraid to move, you’ll get a complete package. Assuming Jaguar is looking for a new head coach (Dobo, maybe?), That would be a great scenario for the team.
2. New York Jets: Penei Sewell, OT, Oregon
You think Jets is still in the quarterback because he won the Lawrence sweepstakes, right? Not so fast, my friend. Jets fans are confident that they will stick to getting rid of the entire era of Adam Gace, including Sam Darnold, but that doesn’t solve all the problems. The transition from Gase is one thing, but building around Darnold is another.
The team invested a high pick in the tackle of Mekybekton in 2020, and he appears to be the tackle to the left of the cornerstone. What if you could get two young, talented and aggressive tackles to protect your quarterback? Penei Sewell in Oregon is one of the best aggressive tackles I’ve seen since Joe Thomas. The winner of the Outland Trophy fits nicely across from Becton, protecting Darnold and helping Jets rush to boost the attack.
3. Cincinnati Bengals: Gregory Saw, Edge, Miami (FL)
Bengals was the top of the 2020 NFL draft and chose Joe Burrow. Barrow is playing very well before the end of the season with a catastrophic knee injury that could keep him out for most of 2021. Taking a quarterback is attractive to Bengals, but it still needs to be added to the defensive side of the ball.
Gregory Rousseau of Miami will be a great addition to the Bengals defense front. Rousseau brings raw talent and athleticism, but he is versatile enough to play end-to-end or inside. His explosiveness and blast from the edge will be needed in the AFC North area for the next few years.
4. Carolina Panthers: Justin Fields, QB, Ohio
Teddy Bridgewater brilliantly played for the Panthers as head coach in the first season of Matt Roll, but he may not start in 2021. Rule and aggressive coordinator Joe Brady have a chance to win a young quarterback in the 2021 NFL Draft. A mold for their crimes. Ohio State University’s Justin Fields could be its quarterback.
He used many RPO concepts in Ohio, so the field fit well into Brady’s attack system. He’s far from the finished product, but Fields could still be a franchise quarterback. Surrounding him with key players such as Christian McCaffrey, receiver DJ Moore, Robbie Anderson and Curtis Samuel will be the key to his growth.
5. Atlanta Falcons: Mika Parsons, LB, Pennsylvania
The Atlanta Falcons will enter 2021 with a new head coach and perhaps a new approach to how they play defense. The Falcons are defending in this first round of the 2021 NFL Mock Draft as more playmakers need to defend. Mica PersonsPennsylvania State University linebackers have the potential to become another component of defense with young talent for the future.
Parsons’ defender diversity makes him a fun fit for the Falcons. He has incredible instincts and processing skills, but his ability to blow the edge and reach passers-by is what makes him a valuable addition to this Atlanta defense.
6. Miami Dolphins (Houston): Jaylen Waddle, WR, Alabama
After getting a selection for Houston’s first round in 2021, the dolphin uses it to reconnect a young quarterback with one of his former teammates.Alabama wide receiver Jalen Waddle This first round of the 2021 NFL simulated draft makes a lot of sense for Miami. Waddle was arguably the most dynamic receiver in the country before the end-of-season ankle injury.
Devante Parker and Jakim Grant have served dolphins, but Waddle can bring the explosion that Tuatago Viroa needs in 2021. They have already established relationships and could help Waddle move to the professional level.
7. Philadelphia Eagles: Patrick Satein II, CB, Alabama
Despite bringing Darius Srey and Nickel Roby Coleman, the Eagles secondary is suffering this season. With the first pick of the NFL Mock Draft in the first round of 2021, the Eagles support their uneven secondary in one of the country’s best corners.
Certine A larger cornerback with even better speed and ball skills. The son of a former professional player, Sirtain, has taken advantage of his physique to reroute the receiver, forcing a tough throw in the opposite quarterback. Eagles can benefit from placing Slay and Sirtain on the field and moving Roby-Coleman to the slot.
8. Dallas Cowboys: Kwity Paye, EDGE, Michigan
This choice may be of particular interest to Cowboys fans, who still have quarterbacks Zach Wilson and Tray Lance on board. The Cowboys’ Ardon Smith bet has paid off and Demarcus Lawrence is still on the other side of the line, but the Cowboys need to be more bulky on the defensive side.
Add the following players Kwity Paye Out of Michigan, give them a versatile player in defense to take advantage of his size with the power to bully aggressive linemen. Whether they play him off the edge or inside, Pay can quickly become a key contributor to the Cowboys’ defense.
9. Los Angeles Chargers: Wyatt Davis, OG, Ohio
The Chargers offensive line wasn’t ideal this season. If Los Angeles wants to keep Justin Herbert healthy in the long run and improve rush attacks, the attack line needs to be upgraded. Wyatt Davis is a vigilant instant upgrade. He is an aggressive blocker, works well with any execution scheme, and is a sabotage path blocker.
If the Chargers want to keep their attacks centered around Herbert, Davis is a great plug-and-play alternative to the attack line.
10. New York Giants: Caleb Farley, CB, Virginia Tech
In 2020, the Giants chose Xavier McKinney in their second round of choice to rebuild their struggling secondary. Still, he wasn’t able to play most of the season because of his injuries. In 2021, they have the opportunity to rejuvenate McKinney and add to the defense to rebuild with the first round pick.
Caleb Farley will be a player who can immediately influence the Giants’ defense. Injuries are a concern for Farley, but he is the dominant cornerback when he is healthy. He has a solid blend of size and speed, and versatility to play in either the zone or the man scheme.
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