Schulte’s March 7-round 2021 NFL Mock Draft

2021 7-round NFL Mock Draft | Round Six

187. Tennessee Titans: Paulson Adebo, CB, Stanford

188. New York Jets: Tre Brown, CB, Oklahoma
The Jets get their Brian Poole replacement here in this 7-round 2021 NFL Mock Draft with a small, but competitive, corner in Tre Brown. Brown is feisty and quick, whose speed and playmaking made several clutch plays for the Sooners over the years.

189. Atlanta Falcons: Bryan Mills, CB, NC Central
190. Houston Texans: Janarius Robinson, EDGE, Florida State
191. Philadelphia Eagles: Josh Palmer, WR, Tennessee
192. Cincinnati Bengals: Marlon Williams, WR, UCF

193. Arizona Cardinals (via DEN*): Jaylon Moore, OT, Western Michigan
Trade: The Denver Broncos trade picks #193 and #237 to the Arizona Cardinals in exchange for OT Marcus Gilbert and a conditional 2022 7th round pick 

Another veteran for picks trade in this 2021 7-round NFL Mock Draft. The Denver Broncos currently have both Demar Dotson and Elijah Wilkinson poised for free agency. While Ja’Wuan James opted out and will be returning, the right tackle spot is still an uncertainty. Reuniting Gilbert with Mike Munchak provides, at worst, cheap, talented depth with a great veteran in Marcus Gilbert.

Round Six | Picks 194-209

194. Dallas Cowboys: Derrick Barnes, LB, Purdue
195. Carolina Panthers: Robert Jones, OG, Middle Tennessee State
196. San Francisco 49ers: Jimmy Morrissey, OC, Pitt
197. New England Patriots: Javian Hawkins, RB, Louisville
198. New York Giants: Camryn Bynum, CB, Cal
199. New England Patriots: Khyiris Tonga, DT, BYU
200. Los Angeles Chargers: Naquon Jones, DT, Michigan State
201. Minnesota Vikings: Tre Norwood, S, Oklahoma

202. New York Giants: Isaiah McKoy, WR, Kent State
The Giants double-down at receiver again in this 7-round 2021 NFL Mock Draft, adding some much-needed juice to their receiving room. McKoy did plenty of damage after the catch in Kent State’s RPO-heavy offense. As a WR4 and rotational deep threat, McKoy can provide a significant boost to an offense needing another vertical threat.

203. Houston Texans: Michael Carter II, S, Duke
204. Las Vegas Raiders: Israel Mukuamu, DB, South Carolina
205. Chicago Bears: Olaijah Griffin, CB, USC
206. Los Angeles Chargers: Darren Hall, CB, San Diego State
207. Indianapolis Colts: William Bradley-King, EDGE, Baylor
208. Miami Dolphins: Malcolm Koonce, EDGE, Buffalo

209. Seattle Seahawks: Larry Borom, OT, Missouri
Brandon Shell had some flashes of good play at right tackle last season, but that shouldn’t stop Seattle from adding competitive depth to the position in this 2021 7-round NFL Mock Draft. Borom is a steady right tackle who could push to be a starter with development.

Round Six | Picks 210-220

210. Los Angeles Rams: Tommy Doyle, OT, Miami (OH)
211. Baltimore Ravens: Zech McPhearson, CB, Texas Tech
212. Cleveland Browns: Ta’Quon Graham, DT, Texas
213. Houston Texans: Jonathon Cooper, EDGE, Ohio State
214. Buffalo Bills: Bryce Thompson, CB, Tennessee
215. Green Bay Packers: Justin Hilliard, LB, Ohio State
216. Tennessee Titans: Chuba Hubbard, RB, Oklahoma State
217. Pittsburgh Steelers: Alaric Jackson, OT, Iowa
218. Atlanta Falcons: Patrick Johnson, EDGE, Tulane
219. Chicago Bears: Bryce Hargrove, OG, Pitt

220. Philadelphia Eagles: Drew Dalman, OC, Stanford
Jason Kelce won’t be around forever, and the Eagles need to add depth behind him that can be an eventual starter. Dalman is a technician at the center position, with advanced use of hands and IQ. His athleticism limits his ceiling, but at a position that doesn’t need an elite athlete, Dalman could be a solid player in the middle.

Round 6 | Picks 221-226

221. Green Bay Packers: Tamorrion Terry, WR, Florida State
222. Minnesota Vikings: Malik Herring, EDGE, Georgia
223. Carolina Panthers: Simi Fehoko, WR, Stanford
224. Chicago Bears: Chris Rumph II, EDGE, Duke
225. Pittsburgh Steelers: Nahshon Wright, CB, Oregon State

226. Green Bay Packers (via DAL)*: Tay Gowan, CB, UCF
Trade: The Dallas Cowboys trade pick #226 and a 2022 6th round pick in exchange for CB Josh Jackson from the Green Bay Packers

Perhaps my most out of nowhere trade in this 7-round NFL Mock Draft. Josh Jackson played a good chunk of snaps for Green Bay this season, and in fact, started several games. However, from Week 11 all the way to the NFC Championship Game, Jackson wasn’t a starter. He only played a combined 44 snaps after that with no listed injuries.

Green Bay and Jackson might be looking for a fresh start. Competing at nickel in Dan Quinn’s Cover 3 defense would be an excellent place for him, and Dallas can cut Anthony Brown as a result. Gowen fits the press-quarters heavy scheme Joe Barry will want to run. He’s a long corner with plenty of speed to offer.