2021 Round 2 NFL Mock Draft
At 4for4 we are known for accuracy—even in our mock drafts, as my 2021 round one mock draft finished tied for seventh in mock accuracy in The Huddle Report's accuracy scoring, alongside our friend Evan Silva. We're going to try to run it back with a round two mock draft. I think some of the options and fits on Day Two of the draft could be even better than Day One.
Entering Day Two, below are the top 10 remaining players on my board. Check out my full Top 150 Big Board for in-depth thoughts on all the remaining offensive skills players.
Top 10 Remaining Best Players
17. Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, LB, Notre Dame
19. Teven Jenkins, OT Oklahoma State
23. Azeez Ojulari, EDGE, Georgia
24. Trevon Moehrig, S, TCU
25. Christian Barmore, DL, Alabama
27. Terrace Marshall Jr., WR, LSU
30. Joseph Ossai, EDGE, Texas
32. Rondale Moore, WR, Purdue
36. Samuel Cosmi, OT, Texas
37. Liam Eichenberg, OT, Notre Dame
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2021 NFL Draft and Time (Rounds 2-7)
Date: Friday, April 30 (Rounds 2 and 3), Saturday, May 1 (Rounds 4-7)
Time: 7:00 p.m. ET (Rounds 2 and 3), 12:00 p.m. ET (Rounds 4-7)
Channel(s): NFL Network and ESPN
Round 2 NFL Mock Draft
33. Jacksonville Jaguars: Trevon Moehrig, S, TCU
I thought Trevon Moehrig could have been the pick at 25 for the Jaguars. Sitting here at 33, the Jags can add a quarterback of the defensive secondary and the top player at his position after splurging on a running back.
34. New York Jets: Teven Jenkins, OT, Oklahoma State
35. Atlanta Falcons: Azeez Ojulari, Edge, Georgia
The Falcons stay in state and draft an explosive edge from Georgia who can get after the quarterback. Dean Pees will know how to deploy a player of his stature and entering the season with their current edge depth chart would be gross negligence.
36. Miami Dolphins: Christian Barmore, DT, Alabama
When you have as many picks as the Dolphins do in this draft, you can afford a luxury pick. Adding Christian Barmore to Christian Wilkins and Raekwon Davis would give the Dolphins a front three that is among the most enviable in the league.
37. Philadelphia Eagles: Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, LB, Notre Dame
Finding a fit for Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah was harder than expected, but the new defensive staff in Philly could deploy him in the same way they used Darius Leonard in Indianapolis. His athleticism and coverage ability make him an intriguing piece for a defense that needs a boost.
38. Cincinnati Bengals: Creed Humphrey, OL, Oklahoma
It looks like the Bengals could have their choice of interior or exterior linemen here in the second round. Getting aggressive for Teven Jenkins seems like a possibility, too. The Bengals didn’t pick up Billy Price’s fifth-year option and Trey Hopkins tore his ACL.
39. Carolina Panthers: Samuel Cosmi, OT, Texas
After adding a stud corner in round one, the Panthers look to shore up their offensive line for Sam Darnold by taking Samuel Cosmi, who has extensive experience on the left side of the offensive line. Cosmi does need refinement in his game, but his sheer athleticism is worth a gamble for an analytically-inclined club like the Panthers.
40. Denver Broncos: Liam Eichenberg, OT, Notre Dame
After passing on the likes of Rashawn Slater for Patrick Surtain II in the first round, the Broncos add a replacement for Ja'Wuan James at right offensive tackle to help keep Drew Lock/Teddy Bridgewater upright.
41. Detroit Lions: Terrace Marshall Jr., WR, LSU
With a hole at nearly every position group on the roster, sans offensive line, the Lions take a wide receiver who can help Jared Goff right away. The rest of the receiver depth chart is scattered with veteran castoffs.
42. New York Giants: Landon Dickerson, OL, Alabama
After spending a luxury pick at wide receiver in the first round, Joe Judge capitalizes on the Alabama connection and adds a nasty interior lineman who would go higher if not for injuries.
43. San Francisco 49ers: Asante Samuel Jr., CB, Florida State
Outside of quarterback, which was addressed in round one, San Francisco has no greater need than corner. Getting Asante Samuel Jr., who can excel when his eyes are on the quarterback, would be a major upgrade for the 49ers.
44. Dallas Cowboys: Tyson Campbell, CB, Georgia
After missing out on a top-two corner at 10 overall, which seemed like a mortal lock, the Cowboys add a gifted one from Georgia in Tyson Campbell.
45. Jacksonville Jaguars: Pat Freiermuth, TE, Penn State
46. New England Patriots: Richie Grant, S, UCF
The Patriots added their quarterback of the future and now add a defensive back who is versatile and could be their Devin McCourty of the future. He could also contribute immediately.
47. Los Angeles Chargers: Ifeatu Melifonwu, CB, Syracuse
After solidifying the offensive line in the first round, expect the Chargers to look for a corner to replace Casey Heyward in a division of speedy receivers.
48. Las Vegas Raiders: Nick Bolton, LB, Missouri
No one obviously knows what Jon Gruden and Mike Mayock are going to do here, but they were rumored to be interested in a number of linebackers in round one. That need hasn’t disappeared.
49. Arizona Cardinals: Kelvin Joseph, CB, Kentucky
After losing Patrick Peterson in free agency, the Cardinals have a major need at corner. Kelvin Joseph possesses physical gifts for the position and has great recovery speed.
50. Miami Dolphins: Javonte Williams, RB, North Carolina
51. Washington Football Team: Jalen Mayfield, OL, Michigan
Sure this could be a spot for QB6 to come off the board, but the offensive line was one of the positions Washington was examining in the first round. Mayfield has skills that will translate to the NFL.
52. Chicago Bears: Elijah Moore, WR, Ole Miss
When you look at the top half of the second round, there aren’t too many teams that stand out as having a major need at wide receiver, causing a bit of a tumble for Elijah Moore here. Adding him in the slot would be a major addition for the Bears and Justin Fields, although a tackle like Dillon Radunz could also be heavily in play.
53. Tennessee Titans: Rondale Moore, WR, Purdue
After adding a cornerback in round one, the Titans work to replace Corey Davis and Jonnu Smith’s targets. Moore will need to be schemed touches, but his long speed will play great alongside A.J. Brown.
54. Indianapolis Colts: Dillon Radunz, OT, NDSU
After adding an edge rusher in round one, the Colts can add an offensive lineman to protect Carson Wentz. Dillon Radunz has the height and arm length you look for to stick at tackle. He posted strong agility scores for his size.
55. Pittsburgh Steelers: Quinn Meinerz, OL, Wisconsin-Whitewater
Want to bolster your run game for first-round running back Najee Harris? Protect him with a mean pivot in the middle who can move defenders out of the way.
56. Seattle Seahawks: Wyatt Davis, OL, Ohio State
I do not think the Seahawks will actually make a pick here with just three selections total in this draft. If they do, though, you start with an offensive lineman since Russell Wilson had a period of time wanting to be traded as he didn’t trust the offensive linemen in front of him.
57. Los Angeles Rams: Jamar Johnson, S, Indiana
58. Kansas City Chiefs: Joseph Ossai, Edge, Texas
This pick was acquired in the Orlando Brown Jr. trade. The Chiefs will have plenty of defensive options here, as well as even more help on the offensive line should they wish. Their second edge spot across from Frank Clark is a major void and Joseph Ossai, while raw as pure pass-rusher, has made a major impact behind the line of scrimmage in his time at Texas.
59. Cleveland Browns: Levi Onwuzurike, DT, Washington
After passing on Christian Barmore in the first round, releasing Sheldon Richardson and letting Larry Ogunjobi walk in free agency, the Browns can add an impact defender on the inside in Levi Onwuzurike. In Fact, NFL.com’s Lance Zierlein’s player comp for him is Sheldon Richardson.
60. New Orleans Saints: Jevon Holland, S, Oregon
With Marcus Williams playing on the tag and Malcolm Jenkins entering his mid-30s, safety can quickly become a major issue for the Saints. Enter Jevon Hollard, who can move around in the secondary and make plays on the football.
61. Buffalo Bills: Carlos Basham Jr., Edge, Wake Forest
After adding Gregory Rousseau in round one, the Bills take a page out of Tampa Bay's book and hammer picks on the defensive line. While a corner may be a bigger need, passing on this value is just impossible for the Bills.
62. Green Bay Packers: Daviyon Nixon, DT, Iowa
After seeing some of the slot options go off the board earlier in the round, the Packers do what they do and draft in the trenches. Daviyon Nixon would immediately slot in at one of the 5-technique spots in the 3-4 and provide some interior pressure.
63. Kansas City Chiefs: Walker Little, OT, Stanford
After adding an edge presence a few picks prior, the Chiefs continue their offseason mission of rebuilding the offensive line and add Walker Little. While highly regarded, Little comes with significant injury risks.
64. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Kellen Mond, QB, Texas A&M
As I’ve said many times, the Bucs are the only team allowed to make luxury picks this year. Kellen Mond is a developmental quarterback but one who can learn from Tom Brady. He can also work with Byron Leftwich and Bruce Arians, who know how tough playing quarterback is at the NFL level. Mond’s blend of physical gifts with the right staff around him could pay off in spades down the line.