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2021 NFL Draft Positional Rankings 3.0


Below is my final positional rankings update before the complete list by position is released next month.

 

Quarterback

1. Trevor Lawrence, Clemson

2. Zach Wilson, BYU

3. Mac Jones, Alabama

4. Trey Lance, North Dakota State

5. Justin Fields, Ohio State

6. Kyle Trask, Florida

7. Shane Buechele, SMU

8. Kellen Mond, Texas A&M

9. K.J. Costello, Mississippi State

10. Davis Mills, Stanford

11. Jamie Newman, Wake Forest

12. Ian Book, Notre Davis

13. Sam Ehlinger, Texas

14. Feleipe Franks, Arkansas

15. Brady White, Memphis

 

Running back

1. Travis Etienne, Clemson

2. Najee Harris, Alabama

3. Demetric Felton, UCLA

4. Javonte Williams, North Carolina

5. Trey Sermon, Ohio State

6. Kenneth Gainwell, Memphis

7. Michael Carter, North Carolina

8. Chuba Hubbard, Oklahoma State

9. Jermar Jefferson, Oregon State

10. Kylin Hill, Mississippi State

11. Rhamondre Stevenson, Oklahoma

12. Elijah Mitchell, Louisiana

13. Larry Roundtree III, Missouri

14. Chris Evans, Michigan

15. Khalil Herbert, Virginia Tech

 

Wide receiver

1. DeVonta Smith, Alabama

2. Ja’Marr Chase, LSU

3. Jaylen Waddle, Alabama

4. Rashod Bateman, Minnesota

5. Rondale Moore, Purdue

6. Cornell Powell, Clemson

7. Elijah Moore, Ole Miss

8. Kadarius Toney, Florida

9. Terrace Marshall Jr., LSU

10. Seth Williams, Auburn

11. Josh Palmer, Tennessee

12. Amon-Ra St. Brown, USC

13. Dyami Brown, North Carolina

14. T.J. Vasher, Texas Tech

15. Josh Imatorbhebhe, Illinois

16. Amari Rodgers, Clemson

17. Brennan Eagles, Texas

18. Tylan Wallace, Oklahoma State

19. Dez Fitzpatrick, Louisville

20. Dax Milne, BYU

21. Nico Collins, Michigan

22. Tamorrion Terry, Florida State

23. Marquez Stevenson, Houston

24. Sage Surratt, Wake Forest

25. Tutu Atwell, Louisville

26. Anthony Schwartz, Auburn

27. D’Wayne Eskridge, Western Michigan

28. Ihmir Smith-Marsette, Iowa

29. Mike Strachan, Charleston

30. Jaelon Darden, North Texas

31. Cade Johnson, South Dakota State

32. Damonte Coxie, Memphis

 

Tight end

1. Kyle Pitts, Florida

2. Pat Freiermuth, Penn State

3. Brevin Jordan, Miami

4. Hunter Long, Boston College

5. Tommy Tremble, Notre Dame

6. Tony Poljan, Virginia

7. Tre’ McKitty, Georgia

8. Kenny Yeboah, Ole Miss

9. Nick Eubanks, Michigan

10. Noah Gray, Duke

11. Matt Bushman, BYU

12. Kylen Granson, SMU

13. Zach Davidson, Central Missouri

14. Miller Forristall, Alabama

15. Luke Farrell, Ohio State

 

Offensive tackle

1. Penei Sewell, Oregon

2. Christian Darrisaw, Virginia Tech

3. Rashawn Slater, Northwestern

4. James Hudson, Cincinnati

5. Dillon Radunz, North Dakota State

6. Brady Christensen, BYU

7. Alex Leatherwood, Alabama

8. Samuel Cosmi, Texas

9. Walker Little, Stanford

10. Teven Jenkins, Oklahoma State

11. Liam Eichenberg, Notre Dame

12. Spencer Brown, Northern Iowa

13. Stone Forsythe, Florida

14. Jalen Mayfield, Michigan

15. Adrian Ealy, Oklahoma

16. Jackson Carman, Clemson

17. Jaylon Moore, Western Michigan

18. D’Ante Smith, East Carolina

19. Josh Ball, Marshall

20. Tommy Doyle, Miami (Ohio)

 

Guard

1. Wyatt Davis, Ohio State

2. Alijah Vera-Tucker, USC

3. Trey Smith, Tennessee

4. Deonte Brown, Alabama

5. Ben Cleveland, Georgia

6. Aaron Banks, Notre Dame

7. David Moore, Grambling State

8. Jared Hocker, Texas A&M

9. Royce Newman, Ole Miss

10. Robert Hainsey, Notre Dame

11. William Sherman, Colorado

12. Jack Anderson, Texas Tech

 

Center

1. Landon Dickerson, Alabama

2. Quinn Meinerz, Wisconsin-Whitewater

3. Creed Humphrey, Oklahoma

4. Trey Hill, Georgia

5. Josh Myers, Ohio State

6. Drew Dalman, Stanford

7. Michal Manet, Penn State

8. Kendrick Green, Illinois

9. Alec Lindstrom, Boston College

10. Drake Jackson, Kentucky

 

Edge defender

1. Azeez Ojulari, Georgia

2. Kwity Paye, Michigan

3. Jayson Oweh, Penn State

4. Jaelan Phillips, Miami

5. Gregory Rousseau, Miami

6. Joseph Ossai, Texas

7. Ronnie Perkins, Oklahoma

8. Payton Turner, Houston

9. Carlos Basham, Wake Forest

10. Joe Tryon, Washington

11. Patrick Jones II, Pittsburgh

12. Daelin Hayes, Notre Dame

13. Jordan Smith, UAB

14. Dayo Odeyingbo, Vanderbilt

15. Charles Snowden, Virginia

16. Chris Rumph II, Duke

17. Quincy Roche, Miami

18. Shaka Toney, Penn State

19. Patrick Johnson, Tulane

20. Janarius Robinson, Florida State

21. Rashad Weaver, Pittsburgh

22. Malcolm Koonce, Buffalo

23. Chauncey Golston, Iowa

24. Adetokunbo Ogundeji, Notre Dame

25. Earnest Brown IV, Northwestern

26. Jonathon Cooper, Ohio State

27. Wyatt Hubert, Kansas State

28. Tarron Jackson, Coastal Carolina

 

Interior defensive lineman

1. Christian Barmore, Alabama

2. Daviyon Nixon, Iowa

3. Levi Onwuzurike, Washington

4. Tyler Shelvin, LSU

5. Alim McNeill, NC State

6. Jay Tufele, USC

7. Marlon Tuipulotu, USC

8. Milton Williams, DL, Louisiana Tech

9. Marvin Wilson, Florida State

10. Osa Odighizuwa, UCLA

11. Tommy Togiai, Ohio State

12. Cameron Sample, Tulane

13. Jonathan Marshall, Arkansas

14. Khyiris Tonga, BYU

15. Jaylen Twyman, Pittsburgh

16. Bobby Brown III, Texas A&M

17. Quinton Bohanna, Kentucky

18. Jerome Johnson, Indiana

19. Naquan Jones, Michigan State

20. Forrest Merrill, Arkansas State

 

Linebacker

1. Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, Notre Dame

2. Micah Parsons, Penn State

3. Dylan Moses, Alabama

4. Nick Bolton, Missouri

5. Zaven Collins, Tulsa

6. Baron Browning, Ohio State

7. Jabril Cox, LSU

8. Pete Werner, Ohio State

9. Chazz Surratt, North Carolina

10. Jamin Davis, Kentucky

11. Cameron McGrone, Michigan

12. Ernest Jones, South Carolina

13. Garret Wallow, TCU

14. K.J. Britt, Auburn

15. Buddy Johnson, Texas A&M

16. Monty Rice, Georgia

17. Tony Fields II, West Virginia

18. Amen Ogbongbemiga, Oklahoma State

19. Derrick Barnes, Purdue

20. Isaiah McDuffie, Boston College

 

Cornerback

1. Patrick Surtain II, Alabama

2. Caleb Farley, Virginia Tech

3. Jaycee Horn, South Carolina

4. Paulson Adebo, Stanford

5. Asante Samuel Jr., Florida State

6. Eric Stokes, Georgia

7. Greg Newsome II, Northwestern

8. Tyson Campbell, Georgia

9. Elijah Molden, Washington

10. Kelvin Joseph, Kentucky

11. Shakur Brown, Michigan State

12. Ifeatu Melifonwu, Syracuse

13. Robert Rochell, Central Arkansas

14. Zech McPhearson, Texas Tech

15. Aaron Robinson, UCF

16. Kary Vincent Jr., LSU

17. Bryce Thompson, Tennessee

18. Tre Norwood, Oklahoma

19. Olaijah Griffin, USC

20. Shaun Wade, Ohio State

21. Benjamin St-Juste, Minnesota

22. Ambry Thomas, Michigan

23. Israel Mukuamu, South Carolina

24. Tre Brown, Oklahoma

25. DJ Daniel, Georgia

26. Bryan Mills, North Carolina Central

27. Marco Wilson, Florida

28. Darren Hall, San Diego State

29. Mark Gilbert, Duke

30. K.J. Sails, USF

31. Michael Carter II, Duke

32. Rodarius Williams, Oklahoma State

 

Safety

1. Ar’Darius Washington, TCU

2. Trevon Moehrig, TCU

3. Richie Grant, UCF

4. Jevon Holland, Oregon

5. Andre Cisco, Syracuse

6. Jamar Johnson, Indiana

7. Hamsah Nasirildeen, Florida State

8. Richard LeCounte III, Georgia

9. Divine Deablo, Virginia Tech

10. Tyree Gillespie, Missouri

11. Kaden Sterns, Texas

12. Shawn Davis, Florida

13. Jamien Sherwood, Auburn

14. Brady Breeze, Oregon

15. Talanoa Hufanga, USC

16. Reed Blankenship, Middle Tennessee

17. James Wiggins, Cincinnati

18. Tariq Thompson, San Diego State

19. Trill Williams, Syracuse

20. JaCoby Stevens, LSU

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NFLVince
NFLVince
17 days ago

Shannon Sharpe is low on Fields as well. Mike toney running a 4.5 doesn’t make you a good player.

Steve
Steve
17 days ago
Reply to  NFLVince

Everyone aside from Twitter and OSU fans are low on Fields lol

Mike toney
Mike toney
17 days ago
Reply to  NFLVince

It sure don’t but film don’t lie Barnes’s and mcDuffie film was really impressive not to mention mcDuffie was fourth in total tackles 14 in solo3.5 sack with an interception 40 tackles for loss Bums don’t put up them type of production

Chad
Chad
17 days ago
Reply to  Mike toney

Fair points

Mosa
Mosa
18 days ago

Wtf happened that you have Fields low. I thought you were cool for black QB support

The Admiral
The Admiral
18 days ago
Reply to  Mosa

Not everything is about race…. The fact that you’re complaining about not toeing the party line, I think they’ve shown they don’t care about skin color for quarterbacks.

Ken
Ken
18 days ago
Reply to  Mosa

Deshaun was over Trubisky in 2017 unlike most so don’t play victim white knight

Mike tony
Mike tony
18 days ago

I’ve been watching the linebackers film lots of it and Tony fields film is terrible he to little to fight in gets off block also his coverage skill mediocre at best Barnes from Purdue and McDuffie from Boston College highly underrated linebackers both of those guys ran in the four fives plus there film better the seven or eight people on this list just don’t understand

theyahoo
theyahoo
16 days ago

Love this!

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