2021 NFL Draft Round 2, Pick 25
Honestly, Hamsah Nasirildeen should probably be off of the board by now. He is a 6-foot-4, 215-pound safety who shows impressive natural on-field athleticism. He is a truly rare prospect who shows a ton of natural upside as a jack-of-all-trades on the defensive side of the ball. He is certainly a bit of a project player, but if he figures it all out, the sky is the limit.
2021 NFL Draft Round 2, Pick 26
Tyler Shelvin just feels like a prospect who should end up in Pittsburgh. He is a massive man in the middle of the defensive line who can plug the middle of the line with the best of them. However, Shelvin can move extremely well for such a big man.
He is never going to be a huge pass-rush producer, but he has the quickness and athleticism to get off of the ball and make life difficult on the offensive line. He is an extremely interesting player who would fit well in the middle of the Steelers’ defense.
2021 NFL Draft Round 2, Pick 27
I mean, the Bucs should probably find someone to groom behind Tom Brady. Kyle Trask is still a bit of an unknown, but he appears to have strong on-field awareness and a strong overall skill-set. Trask shows the ability to play off-schedule a bit and is extremely accurate in the middle of the field. He would certainly be a long-term selection in this spot, but he could end up finding himself in an absolutely perfect spot.
2021 NFL Draft Round 2, Pick 28
Paris Ford is an extremely fun safety prospect who shows impressive playmaking ability all over the field. He is rangy on the back-end and shows impressive natural ball skills at all times. Ford certainly has some upside as a single-high defender at the next level. He also shows great instincts near the line of scrimmage, closing on the ball carrier in an instant and proving to be reliable as a tackler in space. San Fran lands a good one here.