Let’s dig into the third illusion of 2021 NFL Project, With a free post agency forecast to pick numbers 1-32 from the April draft. After a series of moves last week, this is when we can finally tell the difference really Need – and which teams filled the loopholes with multi-year free agent deals.
Having placed three trades in Mock Draft 2.0, I have two more trades in this edition. One is for a team that advances to take a midfielder, and the other is to have a player who could be among the top five in any other year. I think you will find them fun.
With scouts not coming together in the NFL this year, there is still a lot in the air ahead of the start of the first round on April 29. The pro days soon end, at which point I will make my order. There are dozens of interesting potential clients who haven’t made a difference yet.
We’ll start with Jaguars at the top, of course, and finish with Super Bowl Champion Buccaneers, with a few surprises along the way. The Jets have a huge decision looming second, with only a few weeks left until we know for sure what they’re up to.
More draft coverage: Mailbag
Complete Draft Order: # 1-259
McShay’s Mock Draft 3.0.0 Update
Jump into a Deal: No. 3 | number 9
Trevor Lawrence, QB, Clemson
With four picks on the Top 45 list, new Jaguars coach Urban Meyer and General Manager Trent Baalke can get Lawrence some excellent help. I wouldn’t be surprised to see them take a wide receiver on one of their second rounds (# 33 and 45), and there have to be excellent options on the board (Minnesota’s Batman consumption, Ole Miss’ Elijah Moore Or LSU Terrace Marshall Junior They would be perfect weapons). Offensive line and narrow end are other locations for prioritization. But come on, that pick is Lawrence all the way. Jags is ranked 25th for high-end talent, too.