The 2021 NFL Draft takes place in Cleveland from April 29 to May 1, and if you’re like us, you’re counting down the days with much anticipation. Want to know where your favorite college quarterback might play on Sunday? Need a detailed list of over 40 wide receivers and how we rank them? How about in-depth player profiles for 300 NFL Draft prospects from PFN Chief Draft Analyst Tony Pauline? Pro Football Network’s free 2021 NFL Draft Guide contains everything that you need to know for when Roger Goodell officially puts the Jacksonville Jaguars on the clock in Cleveland.
What can you find in PFN’s 2021 NFL Draft Guide?
The Pro Football Network 2021 NFL Draft Guide is your free, must-have accompaniment for the NFL’s annual selection event. Whether you’re a casual NFL fan who doesn’t know Trevor Lawrence from Tommy Tremble or an avid college football fan who wants to know where your favorite player might land, our free guide is easily accessible while containing the requisite level of detail you’d expect to find from professional scouting reports.
Some of the features you’ll find inside our guide include:
- A foreword from Pro Football Network’s Chief NFL Analyst Trey Wingo discussing some of his best draft memories.
- Pro Football Network’s Chief NFL Draft Analyst Tony Pauline’s big board with 873 players ranked.
- Tony Pauline’s scouting reports for the top 300 prospects in the 2021 NFL Draft, including team fits from the PFN staff.
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