Top Prospects Of The 2021 NFL Draft

Top Prospects Of The 2021 NFL Draft

Illustration for article titled Top Prospects Of The 2021 NFL Draft
Advertisement

2 / 18

Trevor Lawrence (Clemson), QB

Trevor Lawrence (Clemson), QB

undefined

Lawrence has been described as a generational talent that could transform a franchise, the kind of praise scrutinizing sports writers reserve for only 5-10 players per draft.

Advertisement

3 / 18

Zach Wilson (BYU), QB

Zach Wilson (BYU), QB

undefined

An instinctual quarterback who thrives out of the pocket, Wilson could make a real difference for an NFL squad after he gets back from his Latter-Day Saints mission trip in 2023.

Advertisement

4 / 18

Penei Sewell (Oregon), OT

Penei Sewell (Oregon), OT

undefined

After opting out last season, Sewell will have his work cut out for him remembering how to buckle his helmet and push people.

Advertisement

5 / 18

Kyle Pitts (Florida), TE

Kyle Pitts (Florida), TE

undefined

This 6-foot-6 pass catcher with giant hands would be a great asset to any quarterback who needs that kind of pathetic crutch to excel.

Advertisement

6 / 18

Justin Fields (Ohio State), QB

Justin Fields (Ohio State), QB

undefined

A high-quality passer who can also beat you with his feet, Fields is a direct comp to Deshaun Watson in every way except that one big one.

Advertisement

7 / 18

Ja’Marr Chase (LSU), WR

Ja’Marr Chase (LSU), WR

undefined

A physically dominant receiver with long arms and great speed, Chase’s only flaw is his inability to create separation due to a crippling fear of dying alone.

Advertisement

8 / 18

DeVonta Smith (Alabama), WR

DeVonta Smith (Alabama), WR

undefined

The Heisman Trophy winner, All-American and national champion has been sliding down draft boards in recent weeks because all these motherfuckers have no idea what they’re talking about.

Advertisement

9 / 18

Jaylen Waddle (Alabama), WR

Jaylen Waddle (Alabama), WR

undefined

An undersized receiver who overcomes that weakness with his speed and after-catch evasiveness, Waddle is an inspiration to men who are 5-foot-8 but claim they are 5-foot-10 everywhere.

Advertisement

10 / 18

Micah Parsons (Penn State), LB

Micah Parsons (Penn State), LB

undefined

Parsons has the hyper-competitive drive that makes him a top defensive prospect in the NFL and a walking nightmare everywhere else.

Advertisement

11 / 18

Trey Lance (North Dakota State), QB

Trey Lance (North Dakota State), QB

undefined

Considered a raw talent with potential, Lance could be a major success in the NFL if he falls past all the bad teams in a position to draft him.

Advertisement

12 / 18

Rashawn Slater (Northwestern), OT

Rashawn Slater (Northwestern), OT

undefined

An explosive athlete with good size and great technique, what else can we say about Slater that hasn’t already been said about every other offensive tackle picked in the first round?

Advertisement

13 / 18

Patrick Surtain II (Alabama), CB

Patrick Surtain II (Alabama), CB

undefined

For the Miami Dolphins, drafting the son of their own former player would not only be a heartwarming story, it would also save them thousands of dollars on reprinting jerseys.

Advertisement

14 / 18

Mac Jones (Alabama), QB

Mac Jones (Alabama), QB

undefined

Poor overvalued bastard never stood a chance. Top 15 talent is a cruel joke. His slaughter will be gruesome. Shame on you Kiper, there is blood on your hands!

Advertisement

15 / 18

Jaycee Horn (South Carolina), CB

Jaycee Horn (South Carolina), CB

undefined

Horn’s masterful knowledge of Julius Caesar’s Gallic Campaign will help him adjust to the strategic challenges of the NFL.

Advertisement

16 / 18

Jaelan Phillips (Miami), EDGE

Jaelan Phillips (Miami), EDGE

Illustration for article titled Top Prospects Of The 2021 NFL Draft

His history of concussions, being hit by a car, and early retirement makes him the most NFL-ready prospect in the draft.

Advertisement

17 / 18

Kwity Paye (Michigan), DL

Kwity Paye (Michigan), DL

undefined

Reads screens and misdirections but does not react, preferring to keep his emotions in check and not let the offense know that they’ve affected his feelings.

Advertisement

18 / 18