Yes, this is the early stage of the NFL drafting process in 2021. The focus has been elsewhere as sports begin to return to play amid the coronavirus pandemic and college football for 2020 still. cloudy. And while I’ve spent the summer watching movies and preparing for this class, there’s still a lot to do. So what follows is one very soon predicts the first 32 choices for the draft next April.
This 2021 group are talented people with high impact potential. I have three highly ranked midfielders coming to the table, and the top guy is probably the best QB lead I’ve seen in a while. And if you’re still not tired of skilled expansive receivers after the 2020 draft, you̵7;re in luck – this class is plentiful too. In particular, some of those surpassing the SEC stand out as promising future NFLers.
The name of Day 1 will of course change over the next eight months, but this exercise is usually a good starting point for the whole class. My too early simulation of the 2020 class having 10 leads finally got into the first round. There are many unknowns at this point. But even if we are waiting for more news about college football season (Big Ten and Pac-12 have canceled their season and plan to look at spring options), stay ahead The 2021 NFL draft opening picks are 32. We start with the Football Power Index’s underrated team for the upcoming season.
Note: Prediction of the draft order is adopted by ESPN’s Football Strength Index (FPI). Lower graders are noted with an asterisk.
Trevor Lawrence, QB, Clemson *
OK, let’s start without wisdom. Lawrence is the kind of potential midfielder who has appeared within a decade, currently with Scouts Inc.’s highest score. on QB since 2012 Andrew Luck (99). Jacksonville handled Nick Foles for the season, leaving it with only Gardner Minshew II and Mike Glennon, and Lawrence will step right into Jaguars as the one to start the game right away. With a large arm, superb movement in a 6 foot 6 frame, excellent preparation stance under pressure and invisible things off the chart, it won’t be long before he becomes one of those best game.
Patrick Surtain II, CB, Alabama *
Washington went out and brought Kendall Fuller into a freelance company, but with Fabian Moreau and Ronald Darby becoming freelance agents next spring, the CB team needed a punch. And Surtain – son of former Pro Bowl president Patrick Surtain – was a real shortcut. I love his instincts, his dribbling skills and his ability to wrap and handle the ball, but what stands out is his ability to diagnose routes and control the receiver to where he wants them to be. Come on. He will likely become the best defensive player in the entire class in 2021 and along with the 2020 Chase Young overall number 2 pick, he will help renovate Washington’s defense, where there are pitch numbers. 27 allowed per game in 2019 (though so ‘It’s hard for Washington to leave someone like LSU Ja’Marr Chase receiver on the board with its problems at the receiver).