Two Round TSF Staff Mock Draft

Two Round TSF Staff Mock Draft

Welcome back to the Truth Serum! We’ve got a special one for you today! We got a big group of our TSF Family together and are bringing you a two round 2021 NFL mock draft with each team represented by a fan of that specific team! Enjoy and sorry Texans fans! 

  1. Trevor Lawrence, QB LSU

Jacksonville Jaguars

This was a no brainer. With the Jacksonville Jaguars going into an off season with a complete rebuild, Urban Meyer grabs his franchise QB. Lawrence has been a top college prospect since his Championship winning freshman year. -Evan Creel 


  1. Zach Wilson, QB BYU 

New York Jets 

With the 2nd overall pick, the NY Jets select Zach Wilson. Pro day confirmed elite level arm talent, elite arm strength and elite accuracy. It's time to reset the clock and have the Jets GM, coach and QB all on the same timeline. -Jimmy Jardine 

  1. Justin Fields, QB Ohio State 

San Francisco 49ers 

The 49er’s did not trade up for anything but a QB. With Lawrence and Wilson off the board, Lynch and Co. are forced to choose between Lance and Fields. Fields’ accuracy and mobility compared to Lance’s makes the decision for the Niners and they have their QB of the future. At least Kyle hopes so. -Freddy Gudiel 

  1. Penei Sewell, OT Oregon 

Atlanta Falcons

Falcons will either pick Sewell at 4th overall or trade back for additional draft capital to try and bolster the poor play on the defensive side of the ball. Ryan still has several quality years of play left. I don't see the Falcons spending a 4th overall pick on a QB that will sit for two years wasting away a chunk of his rookie contract. -Geoff Beavers 

  1. Ja’Marr Chase, WR LSU 

Cincinnati Bengals

AJ Green said farewell to the Bengals this off season, Sewell is on his way to Atlanta, Slater seems like a reach at #5, so the Cincinnati Bengals use the #5 pick in the 2021 NFL draft to land the top WR & former Biletnikoff Award winner Ja’Marr Chase. Chase teams up with former LSU teammate Joe Burrow to instantly give Cincinnati some more fire power on offense. Chase will be a difference maker from day one in Cincinnati. -Clint Collins 

  1. Devonta Smith, WR Alabama 

Miami Dolphins  

Devonta Smith fills a need at wide receiver and the heisman winner is a former teammate of Tua Tagovaila and will help accommodate coaches' game plan of building around Tua’s strengths. -Vince Schultz 

  1. Micah Parsons, LB Penn State 

Detroit Lions 

Parsons brings to the Lions defense something that has been missing. Speed and the ability to hit hard. With the departure of Jared Davis leaving a hole in the linebacker room. Parsons will have the ability to fill gaps, stop the run and most of all rush the QB. -Tyler Tompkins 

  1. Trey Lance, QB North Dakota State 

Carolina Panthers

Trey Lance - A 6’4” stud of a QB from NDSU; an amazing arm and great feet gives him a possibility of becoming the next Pat Mahomes or Josh Allen. Lance has an untapped ceiling, raw talent and is a great fit for the missing franchise QB that Carolina needs. -Captain Kirk Davenport 

  1. Rashawn Slater, OT Northwestern 

Denver Broncos

The Broncos at 9 take Rashawn Slater to solidify a decent, young o line group that can carry this offense for the next 6-7 years. May be the next Trent Williams. -Nathan Shown 

  1. Patrick Surtain ll, CB Alabama 

Dallas Cowboys

Patrick Surtain to the Boys seems like a foregone conclusion if you look around mock draft land. While I would love to see the Cowboys traded down and gain extra picks, there is a lot to love about the son of the former all pro. Surtain has the prototypical size, strength, and length NFL GMs covet in their outside corners. Pairing him with his college sidekick Trevon Diggs just sweetens the pot more. Look for this as one of the safest locks in the draft if he falls to Dallas at 10. -Jordan Thomas 

  1. Kwity Paye, DE Michigan 

New York Giants 

With the signing of Kenny Golladay and Adore Jackson in free agency the Giants addressed some glaring holes. Their biggest remaining needs are edge rusher and OL. With Penei Sewell, Micah Parsons and Rashawn Slater off the board Gettleman would have a hard time passing up Kwity Paye, the best pure DE on the board. -Richard Mikhaylov 

  1. Kyle Pitts, TE Florida 

Philadelphia Eagles 

Kyle pitts. The best player in the draft. Period. Pitts is beyond anything we have ever seen. He is a massive athletic freak specimen at 6-6 240lbs, he runs a 4.4 forty. This dude has the frame to open holes in the run game and withstand any pass rush if needed. He can run routes from any position needed. Line him up in the slot, out wide, with his hand on the ground. Hell it wouldn’t surprise me if he can take snaps from under center and get hand offs. Specimen. Beast. Freak. Alien. One of no kind. -Clayton Crawford 

  1. Jaycee Horn, CB South Carolina 

Los Angeles Chargers 

Chargers 13th pick. Jaycee Horn. Chargers can’t pass on the opportunity to take a corner fit to command a starving secondary. With the best tackles off the board, they cross off their second need. Horn held an impressive pro day that may lead some to think he is CB1. -Brandon Reynolds 

  1. Alijah Vera-Tucker, OT USC 

Minnesota Vikings 

Born Solomon Alijah Tucker, the former Trojan was first-team all-state in High School and played in all 12 games as a reserve his redshirt freshman season. Given the chance to start all 13 games at left guard in 2019, he not only garnered second-team All-Pac-12 notice but won the team's Offensive Lineman of the Year Award over stud left tackle and 2020 first-round pick Austin Jackson. Vera-Tucker initially opted out of the 2020 season but decided to opt back in when the Pac-12 announced it would have a fall football season instead of playing in the spring. He started all six of the Trojans' games at left tackle to earn first-team all-conference honors. At 6 ft. 4 and 315 lbs, I think he fits a huge need on the Vikings line and will slide in and start at guard. He's more of a guard build then tackle for the NFL. -Elijah Lippert 

  1. Mac Jones, QB Alabama 

New England Patriots 

Belichick gets his franchise QB without having to mortgage the farm and trade up. Jones isn’t elite but he’s a perfect fit for the Pats’ system and would immediately push Newton for the starting job. With the right weapons and a solid defense this could become a match made in heaven. -Zach Kurtz 

  1. Najee Harris, RB Alabama 

Arizona Cardinals 

If Harris falls to #16, Arizona would be unwise to pass on him. Drake is gone. Even if Drake stayed, the Cardinals’ RB corps would be mediocre at best. The 230 lb Alabama stud could fill a high priority need in the desert. -Tom Cochran 

  1. Trevon Moehrig-Woodard, FS TCU 

Las Vegas Raiders 

With the 17th pick the Las Vegas Raiders take Trevon Moehrig. With Jeff Heath getting up there in age and not really producing like they need, Moehrig should take over quickly and become a big part of the secondary. He should be able to help the secondary that was lacking last year. -Mike Pynakker 

  1. Travis Etienne, RB Clemson 

Miami Dolphins

Travis etienne is a promising running back to hopefully fill the almost decade long drought of having a 1000 yard rusher. (Lamar Miller 2014).

-Vince Schultz 

  1. Caleb Farley, CB Virginia Tech 

Washington Football Team

WJ3 is a solid start in establishing the tough press coverage based defense Del Rio wants to build but we need another alpha. We take Farley and plug him on every teams X and bump Kendall Fuller to Slot where he can be more opportunistic. Kamren Curl is now playing FS in base and buffalo in our 4-2-5. -Zach Blanken 

  1. Jaylen Waddle, WR Alabama 

Chicago Bears

The selection of Jaylen Waddle at pick number 20 is an interesting take for sure. This would give The Bears some maneuverability for the future. This gives  Chicago an out if things don’t go their way during the season. Allen Robinson could possibly be a trade at the deadline candidate if we don’t look like we’re competitive. With all other top end quarterbacks off the board I had serious consideration with one of my top offensive tackles in Christian Darrisaw out of Virginia Tech and I also considered Rondale Moore. -Travis Sumpter 

  1. Christian Darrisaw, OT Virginia Tech 

Indianapolis Colts

With Anthony Castonzo retiring this offseason left a huge hole in the offense. Darrisaw is a big bodied tackle that can easily slide in next to Nelson and retain the high powered offensive line needed to protect new quarterback Carson Wentz and open holes for running back Jonathan Taylor. This will help keep the line young and together for years to come to compete for a super bowl. -Nathan Stults 

  1. Rondale Moore, WR Purdue 

Tennessee Titans

With the departure of Corey Davis as well as Adam Humphries, I believe the Titans take Rondale Moore. Playing opposite of AJ Brown, this speedy (4.29) WR out of Purdue can open this offense up. What he lacks in size (5’8) he makes up with his route running and speed. If the Titans can land Moore and team him with AJ, this offense could get pick right back up where they left off last year, making the playoffs and securing the division. -Ryan Miller

  1. Creed Humphrey, C Oklahoma 

New York Jets

At 23, the NY Jets select who I consider to be the best Center prospect in the last decade. Easily the best center in this draft and it isn't close. With the Jets already locking up the LT spot, having an elite center is the next logical choice to rebuild the O line and protect the new franchise QB. -Jimmy Jardine 

  1. Javonte Williams, RB North Carolina 

Pittsburgh Steelers

The Steelers were arguably a RB and a few OL away from a perfect season. While they still have a stable of RBs on the roster, Williams would provide a smashmouth player who fits the Steelers’ system well. -David Dzienis 

  1. Gregory Rousseau, DE Miami 

Jacksonville Jaguars

A top prospect before opting out of the 2020 season, Rousseau has a physical point of attack. He's not the quickest, but his ability to close is top notch. With Josh Allen and K'Lavon Chaisson already a presence, Rousseau could find ways into a scheme shift with great players already placed around him. -Evan Creel 

  1. Asante Samuel Jr. CB Florida State 

Cleveland Browns

With a glaring need at Cornerback Cleveland gets a very talented cover man who can start immediately. The apple didn’t fall too far from the tree here as he is the son of 4x Pro Bowler and 2x Super Bowl champion Asante Samuel. -Joey Fickle 

  1. Terrace Marshall Jr. WR LSU

Baltimore Ravens

A consistent WR that will give Lamar Jackson an every down target. Super fast for his size, and could provide the Ravens the deep threat they desperately need. 2019 Marshall had 10 scores and averaged 15.2 yards per catch, with 731 yards receiving, and he scored 13 touchdowns. Mind you did all that with Ja’Marr Chase and Justin Jefferson on the same team. Should be a no brainer pick if he’s on the board when the Ravens are on the clock. -NewNew

  1. Jalen Mayfield, OT Michigan 

New Orleans Saints

Snagging Mayfield at #28 will help protect Brees’ replacement for years to come. Mayfield is an athletic specimen who has played left and right tackle at a high level. He only has 15 collegiate starts to his name but showed great improvement from year one to year two while blocking the nation’s top pass rushers. Things in the Big Easy just got a little easier. -Mike Pompa

  1. Rashod Bateman, WR Minnesota 

Green Bay Packers

The Green Bay Packers selected Rashod Bateman as the 29th pick of the TSF draft.  Bateman has all of the potential to be a number 1 wide receiver in the NFL. He is already a polished route runner, who can get open off the line with excellent speed and coordination.  Throughout his career at Minnesota he showed that he could both win on deep passes and also could catch in traffic, while also making contested catches. All things that Green Bay's current wide receiver one excels at as well in Davante Adams, however, Adams cannot be the only option available. Valdez-Scantling, Lazard, and the other Green Bay receivers lack the talent of Adams allowing defenses to key in on him and Green Bay definitely needs another wide receiver like Adams that can help Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay offense be explosive as well. -Ben Kayser 

  1. Jayson Oweh, DE Penn State 

Buffalo Bills

Buffalo needs to get younger on the defensive line. Jerry Hughes and Mario Addison can get through mediocre offensive fronts but they aren’t as explosive as they once were. Oweh is a talented DE with a huge upside. Oweh needs to hone his craft in a system that’ll reward him for his efforts. His quick witted movements led him to become a First-Team Big Ten player after having career high tackles and TFLs. He’s not the best DE in the draft but he’s one that if he falls low enough ,and Brandon Beane doesn’t eye anyone else; he could change up the way Buffalo does things when it comes to rushing the passer. -Jacob Neal 

  1. Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, LB Notre Dame, Kansas City Chiefs

Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah out of Notre Dame is a very explosive and versatile player, reminds me of a Tyrann Mathieu type player playing all over the field with great instincts and solid ball skills. -Seth Frecks 

  1. Azeez Ojulari, LB Georgia 

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 

With the 32nd pick in the 2021 NFL Draft the Tampa Bay Buccaneers select Georgia Bulldog, Azeez Ojulari. This pick allows the Buccaneers to continue its league-wide defensive dominance. Ojulari tallied 22 solo tackles, 8.5 sacks, and 4 forced fumbles during his 2020 campaign in Georgia. The negative for Ojulari is that he is considered to be undersized at 6’2 and only weighing 240 pounds. Head Coach Kirby Smart utilized his speed, agility, and quickness to be a playmaker this past season. Ojulari will have Jason Pierre-Paul and Shaquill Barrett to lean on for knowledge on how to become an elite NFL pass rusher. He is also able to use his hands and play with leverage in order to be a run stopper, but fast enough to play in space, as well. FIRE THE CANNONS! -Daniel Beebe 

2nd Round 

  1. Jackson Carmen, OT Clemson Jaguars
  2. Wyatt Davis, G Ohio State Jets
  3. Joseph Ossai, LB Texas Falcons
  4. Baron Browning, LB Ohio State Dolphins
  5. Landon Dickerson, C Alabama Eagles
  6. Alex Leatherwood, OT Alabama Bengals
  7. Greg Newsome, CB Northwestern Panthers
  8. Zaven Collins, LB Tulsa Broncos
  9. Kadarius Toney, WR Florida Lions
  10. Teven Jenkins, OT Oklahoma State Giants
  11. Eric Stokes, CB Georgia 49ers
  12. Richie Grant, S UCF Cowboys
  13. Paulson Adebo, CB Stanford Jaguars
  14. Christian Barmore, DT Alabama Patriots
  15. Dillon Radunz, OT NDSU Chargers
  16. Chris Rumph ll, EDGE Duke Raiders
  17. Tyson Campbell, CB Georgia Cardinals
  18. Quinn Meinerz, OL Wisconsin-Whitewater Dolphins
  19. Samuel Cosmi, OT Texas Football Team
  20. Jaelan Phillips, DE Miami Bears
  21. Carlos Basham Jr. DE Wake Forest Titans
  22. Alim McNeill, DT NC State Colts
  23. Levi Onwuzurike, DT Washington Steelers
  24. Ronnie Perkins, DE Oklahoma Seahawks
  25. Jabril Cox, LB LSU Rams
  26. Quincy Roche, EDGE Miami Ravens
  27. Joe Tryon, LB Washington Browns
  28. Shaun Wade, CB Ohio State Saints
  29. Elijah Molden, CB Washington Bills
  30. Jamin Davis, LB Kentucky Packers
  31. Nick Bolton, LB Missouri Chiefs
  32. Daviyon Nixon, DT Iowa Buccaneers

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