2021 NFL Mock Draft: Full 3-round projections after Pro Day workouts

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EUGENE, OREGON – OCTOBER 26: Jevon Holland #8 of the Oregon Ducks runs for a 19 yard pick six against the Washington State Cougars in the second quarter during their game at Autzen Stadium on October 26, 2019 in Eugene, Oregon. (Photo by Abbie Parr/Getty Images)
EUGENE, OREGON – OCTOBER 26: Jevon Holland #8 of the Oregon Ducks runs for a 19 yard pick six against the Washington State Cougars in the second quarter during their game at Autzen Stadium on October 26, 2019 in Eugene, Oregon. (Photo by Abbie Parr/Getty Images) /

Oregon. 65. 52. Pick Analysis. Jevon Holland. player. Scouting Report. Safety

The secondary for the Jaguars continue to be the biggest issue as they will need more impact and talent from the entire third level.

30. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. Guard/Tackle. 66. Tennessee. Trey Smith. player

The offensive line should have been the position group that needed the most help and not the quarterback position. Regardless, the Jets need more of an upgrade even with Mekhi Becton playing well as a rookie.

67. player. 10. Scouting Report. Davis Mills. Stanford. Pick Analysis. Quarterback

No one knows what is going to happen to Deshaun Watson in the upcoming NFL season. Davis Mills has been trending towards being a potential franchise quarterback level which could make starting over in Houston easier.

Safety. 68. Syracuse. Andre Cisco. player. 44. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis

Last season, Atlanta had the worst pass defense (293.6 passing yards allowed per game) in the entire league. Any move in the draft that includes selecting a player in the secondary would be considered an upgrade.

69. 56. EDGE. Washington. Joe Tryon. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. player

Cincinnati has not been the same since trading away Carlos Dunlap in the middle of the season. They also lost Carl Lawson to the New York Jets via free agency. They need a legitimate starting edge rusher.

Alabama. Landon Dickerson. 54. Pick Analysis. Center/Guard. 70. player. Scouting Report

Another former teammate of Jalen Hurts joins him as the Eagles need more consistency at the interior offensive line.

North Carolina. Javonte Williams. 71. player. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. Running Back. 44

(Trade with Denver Broncos)

After the departure of Todd Gurley, the Falcons’ best running back will be Mike Davis, who rushed for 642 and six touchdowns in 15 games played for Carolina and a former receiver in Cordarrelle Patterson. Javonte Williams will be a step up at the position.

Pick Analysis. Defensive Tackle. NC State. Alim McNeill. Scouting Report. 72. player. 50

Detroit was ranked 28th in the league this past season in rushing yards allowed per game (134.9). They will need more impact in the middle of the defensive line.

87. Oklahoma State. Tylan Wallace. 73. player. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. Wide Receiver

The Panthers continue to upgrade their offense with another speedy receiver for Sam Darnold.

Safety. TCU. player. Pick Analysis. 58. Scouting Report. Ar'Darius Washington. 74

Injuries have forced Washington to bring some depth at the position in an already loaded safety position group.

player. 123. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. Ronnie Perkins. EDGE. Oklahoma. 75

The loss of Aldon Smith hurts the Cowboys’ defensive line in the pass rush and run support. Ronnie Perkins will be a potential candidate for immediate impact at the edge.

Pick Analysis. EDGE. UCLA. Osa Odighizuwa. 76. player. 31. Scouting Report

While they drafted Jaelen Phillips in the first round, the Giants could use more pass rush specialists at different areas on the defense.

Indiana. player. Safety. Jamar Johnson. 77. 13. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis

Derwin James plays at an elite level but he missed all of last season and only played five games in 2019 due to injuries. Jamar Johnson will be insurance in case James suffers another setback.

Washington. Elijah Molden. player. 60. Cornerback. 78. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis

The Vikings gave up 30 passing touchdowns this past season as the cornerback group still needs a serious upgrade.

USC. Jay Tufele. 79. player. 28. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. Defensive Tackle

The defensive tackle position was a position group that could have been addressed in the first round. Getting Jay Tufele in the third round will be a steal especially after some highly questionable cuts this close to the draft.

Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. player. Tight End. Miami. Brevin Jordan. 80. 28

One pick later, the Raiders make a pick to address their short passing game and give Derek Carr a reliable target.

North Carolina. 81. player. 59. Scouting Report. Running Back. Michael Carter. Pick Analysis

The Dolphins shifted around their running backs too many times as they didn’t have a player rush for over 584 yards. They will need a suitable and explosive No. 1 option at the running back.

Wide Receiver. Clemson. Amari Rodgers. 58. Pick Analysis. 82. player. Scouting Report

Washington gets a starting-caliber wide receiver in Rodgers, who could be the No. 1 option for Fitzpatrick.

Wisconsin-Whitehead. 83. player. Pick Analysis. Guard. Quinn Meinerz. 57. Scouting Report

While addressing the offensive line this late in the draft is not ideal, the Bears can get a steal for a significant starter in the interior offensive line.

Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. 84. player. Quarterback. Georgia. Jamie Newman. 54

While Jalen Hurts is entering the season as the number one option, the Eagles might not be so confident in their backup quarterback Joe Flacco.

Michigan. Nico Collins. 85. player. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. Wide Receiver. 35

Outside of A.J. Brown and Corey Davis, the Titans didn’t have much of an impact player at the receiver position. Now Davis is with the New York Jets via free agency.