2021 NFL Mock Draft: First-round projections after trades, free agency

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21. player. Scouting Report. Christian Darrisaw. 46. Pick Analysis. LT. Virginia Tech

The Colts are hoping they finally fixed their quarterback position long term with the trade for Carson Wentz. Now, it’s time to get him some help and one thing Indy can do right away in the 2021 NFL draft is get an elite pass protector.

Darrisaw is a big guy and he’s nasty in the sense of he loves to finish. He’s going to be good in the NFL and getting him this late in the mock draft is a steal.

22. Purdue. Rondale Moore. WR. player. 35. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis

Rondale Moore just feels like a first-round wide receiver to me and he would fit really well in just about any offense in the National Football League.

The Titans need a difference-maker at receiver and the great thing about Moore is that even though he’s only 5-foot-10, he can play anywhere. He’s dominant in the slot and could easily be a 100-catch guy down the road. He can also run the ball and impact the return game.