NFL mock draft 2021: Complete second-round predictions after Round 1

Second-round 2021 NFL mock draft (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)
Second-round 2021 NFL mock draft (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images) /

With the first round in the books, let’s look ahead to Day 2. In this 2021 NFL mock draft, we will make predictions for each second-round selection. Who will be able to capitalize on the premier talent that fell out of the first round? Let’s find out.

Second-round 2021 NFL mock draft

33. player. 52. . S. Jacksonville Jaguars. Trevon Moehrig

Trevon Moehrig probably should have been the pick for the Jacksonville Jaguars instead of Travis Etienne at No. 25. They will have a chance to right their wrong with the first pick of Day 2.

34. player. 30. . EDGE. New York Jets. Azeez Ojulari

Azeez Ojulari is a first-round talent who would already be off of the board if it weren’t for a knee issue that popped up late in the process. He is undoubtedly one of the premier players remaining on the board and he will not last long on Day 2. The New York Jets quickly scoop up Ojulari in this 2021 NFL mock draft.

44. . CB. Atlanta Falcons. Asante Samuel Jr.. 35. player

59. . LB/S. Miami Dolphins. Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah. 36. player

Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah is an incredibly talented defensive playmaker who undoubtedly has massive upside at the next level. It is difficult to place him in a specific position, but Owusu-Koramoah is undoubtedly a gifted athlete who the Miami Dolphins should have squarely on their radar with this pick.

37. player. 54. . IDL. Philadelphia Eagles. Christian Barmore

Teven Jenkins. 38. player. 56. . OT. Cincinnati Bengals

If this scenario plays out on Friday evening, it is going to be difficult to question the Cincinnati Bengals’ first-round selection of Ja’Marr Chase. A two-round haul of Chase and Jenkins would be tremendous for this team as they immediately help Joe Burrow in a variety of ways.

Landon Dickerson. 39. player. 87. . IOL. Carolina Panthers

player. 45. . RB. Denver Broncos. Javonte Williams. 40

50. . WR. Detroit Lions. Elijah Moore. 41. player

Wide receiver stands out as the most obvious need on the Detroit Lions roster and nobody would have blinked if Elijah Moore would have gone in the first round. If Moore is on the board for Detroit at No. 41, they should race the card to the podium. He is an extremely gifted wide receiver prospect who would immediately inject some much-needed life into their offensive attack.

31. . EDGE. New York Giants. Carlos Basham Jr.. 42. player

42. . IOL. San Francisco 49ers. Creed Humphrey. 43. player

44. player. 123. . IDL. Dallas Cowboys. Levi Onwuzurike

Rondale Moore. 45. player. 52. . WR. Jacksonville Jaguars

Urban Meyer will likely be looking for speed throughout the draft. They added an explosive playmaker in Travis Etienne in the first round and add another dynamic offensive playmaker in Rondale Moore here in the second round of this NFL mock draft. If Moore can just stay healthy, he would quickly become an impact player for Trevor Lawrence and company.

47. . LB. New England Patriots. Baron Browning. 46. player

Los Angeles Chargers. Kelvin Joseph. 47. player. 13. . CB

48. player. 28. . DL. Las Vegas Raiders. Milton Williams

49. player. 32. . IOL. Arizona Cardinals. Quinn Meinerz

Cornerback may be the biggest need on their roster, but the Arizona Cardinals also need to work on their interior offensive line. Cornerback value is lacking in this 2021 NFL mock draft, leading the Cardinals to address their situation up front. Quinn Meinerz is a tough, physical and athletic interior offensive lineman who could grow into an impact starter for Arizona at either center or guard.

player. 59. . IOL. Miami Dolphins. Wyatt Davis. 50

player. 58. . OT. Washington Commanders. Samuel Cosmi. 51

Dillon Radunz. 52. player. 57. . OT. Chicago Bears

Terrace Marshall Jr.. 53. player. 35. . WR. Tennessee Titans

Just like their first-round selection of Caleb Farley, the Tennessee Titans take a risk on a player with injury concerns at a position of need. Terrace Marshall Jr. would have likely been a first-round pick if it were not for a knee injury that popped up late in the process. Marshall is a big and explosive wide receiver prospect who undoubtedly has exciting upside at the next level. He is not a sure thing, but Marshall is worth the risk in this range.

46. . OT. Indianapolis Colts. Liam Eichenberg. 54. player

player. 55. . OL. Pittsburgh Steelers. Jalen Mayfield. 55

Joseph Ossai. 56. player. 36. . EDGE. Seattle Seahawks

TE. Los Angeles Rams. Pat Freiermuth. 57. player. 51.

. WR. Kansas City Chiefs. Dyami Brown. 58. player. 124

The Kansas City Chiefs have done a nice job of taking care of their offensive line needs prior to the draft, allowing them to go in another direction with this pick. Dyami Brown is an explosive deep threat on the outside who would undoubtedly be an exciting weapon for Patrick Mahomes and company in the passing game. He feels like an absolutely perfect fit for Kansas City.

Cleveland Browns. Ronnie Perkins. 59. player. 53. . EDGE

15. . CB. New Orleans Saints. Aaron Robinson. 60. player

Tyson Campbell. 61. player. 16. . CB. Buffalo Bills

LB. Green Bay Packers. Jabril Cox. 62. player. 49.

LB. Kansas City Chiefs. Nick Bolton. 63. player. 124.

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Amon-Ra St. Brown. 64. player. 48. . WR. Tampa Bay Buccaneers