2021 4-round NFL Mock Draft | Round 2
33) Jacksonville Jaguars: Najee Harris, RB Alabama
34) Washington Football Team: Devonta Smith, WR Alabama
35) Cincinnati Bengals: Abraham Lucas, OT Washington State
36) Carolina Panthers: Trey Smith, OT Tennessee
37) Miami Dolphins: Paris Ford, S Pittsburgh
38) New York Giants: Tylan Wallace, WR Oklahoma State
39) Detroit Lions: Chris Olave, WR Ohio State
40) New York Jets: Israel Mukuamu, CB South Carolina
41) Arizona Cardinals: Jay Tufele, Dt Southern California
42) Las Vegas Raiders: Deonte Brown, OG Alabama
43) Los Angeles Chargers: Dillon Radunz, OT North Dakota State
44) Atlanta Falcons: Jayson Oweh, EDGE Penn State
45) Miami Dolphins: Josh Myers, OC Ohio State
46) Chicago Bears: Brock Purdy, QB Iowa State
47) Denver Broncos: Paulson Adebo, CB Stanford
48) Cleveland Browns: Wyatt Davis, OG Ohio State
49) Los Angeles Rams: Xavier Thomas, EDGE ClemsonDue to the Jalen Ramsey trade, the Los Angeles Rams don't currently hold a first-round selection in the 2021 NFL Draft. With the little draft capital that they currently hold, the Rams have several needs to address, including edge rusher, linebacker, offensive tackle, cornerback, and wide receiver. One of Cooper Kupp, Jalen Ramsey, or Leonard Floyd is unlikely to get paid, and their replacement could come in the second round.
Xavier Thomas's college football production hasn’‘t lived up to his promise as a five-star recruit. Despite this, he has shown enough in his short Clemson career to be a day two consideration in the 2021 NFL Draft. Thomas has great agility and uses his explosive first step to beat offensive tackles. After reportedly gaining weight while quarantining with a positive COVID-19 test, there is speculation that Thomas will redshirt the 2020 season.
50) Green Bay Packers: TamorrionTerry, WR Florida State
51) Tennessee Titans: Kyle Pitts, TE Florida
52) Buffalo Bills: Samuel Cosmi, OT Texas
53) Seattle Seahawks: Quincy Roche, EDGE MiamiCurrently, the Seattle Seahawks have just five picks and no first-rounder after securing Jamal Adams in the offseason. That trade gave the Seahawks one of the best secondaries in the NFL and leaves edge rusher as their primary defensive need. The offensive line, as always is the case in Seattle, is the area that requires the most attention for the Seahawks with the interior of the line the biggest cause for concern.
Explosion, vision, and strength are the hallmarks of Quincy Roche. He wore the number nine at Temple, a single-digit recognition of the embodiment of''Temple Tuff'', signifying the toughness he brings to the table. With teammate Gregory Rousseau already opting out of the 2020 season, Roche has the opportunity to carry the Miami defense and put himself in the shop window ahead of the 2021 NFL Draft.