NFL mock draft 2021: Panthers, Patriots, Bears get aggressive for QBs

Zach Wilson lands with the Carolina Panthers in this 2021 NFL mock draft (Photo by Jeff Swinger-USA TODAY Sports)
Zach Wilson lands with the Carolina Panthers in this 2021 NFL mock draft (Photo by Jeff Swinger-USA TODAY Sports) /
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Dyami Brown, 2021 NFL mock draft
The Kansas City Chiefs select Dyami Brown in the second round of this 2021 NFL mock draft (Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images) /

2021 NFL mock draft: Round 2, 61st overall

Scouting Report. CB. Aaron Robinson. 16. Pick Analysis. UCF. 61. player

Aaron Robinson is a bit of a unique cornerback prospect. He primarily played in the slot in college but he has the size, length and athleticism to play outside. That being said, Robinson also has quick feet and a tenacious playing style that makes him a strong fit as a slot defender. Whether he ends up playing inside or outside at the next level, Robinson is a talented player who would be a nice addition to the Bills’ cornerback room.

2021 NFL mock draft: Round 2, 62nd overall

62. 49. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. WR. Michigan. Nico Collins. player

We have to think that the Green Bay Packers will invest in more wide receiver talent for Aaron Rodgers eventually and Nico Collins fits their type well. Collins is a big and physical player who can go up and compete in contested-catch situations. He is also an explosive speed receiver who can separate as a deep receiver and tracks the ball in the air well. Collins is a gifted wide receiver prospect who could provide immediate value to the Packers’ passing attack.

2021 NFL mock draft: Round 2, 63rd overall

Dyami Brown. 63. player. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. North Carolina. 124. WR

With Sammy Watkins likely moving on this offseason, the Kansas City Chiefs may decide to attack the wide receiver position early in the 2021 NFL Draft. Here, Dyami Brown stands out as a strong fit for the team. Brown is an explosive big-play wide receiver who undoubtedly has exciting upside as a deep threat at the next level. He shows the ability to make plays when lined up outside or in the slot and would undoubtedly be a dangerous weapon in this offensive attack.

2021 NFL mock draft: Round 2, 64th overall

IDL. Jay Tufele. 64. Scouting Report. player. 48. Pick Analysis. USC

With the final pick of this 2021 NFL mock draft, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers select Jay Tufele, a talented interior defensive lineman out of USC. Tufele shows an impressive combination of power and quickness up front and can make an impact as both a one-gap penetrator and two-gap run stuffer.

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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers may lose Ndamukong Suh in free agency this offseason, making this position a potential need for the team. Targeting a guy like Tufele late in the second round makes sense for the defending Super Bowl champions.