2021 Mock Draft - ROUND 2

33) Jaguars - (Rd 1 - QB, OT)

Azeez Ojulari | EDGE | Georgia - The Jaguars' defense is pitiful. They rank among the league's worst in passing and rushing yards allowed, as well as sack production. Ojulari is an intriguing player, someone who excels at bringing pressure off the edge.

34) Jets - (Rd 1 - QB, WR)

Trevon Moehrig | SAF | TCU The Jets parted ways with Jamal Adams and his void is felt among their secondary. They rank 30th in passing yards allowed. Moehrig has impressive cover skills for a SAF. If Marcus Maye isn't retained, this selection become even that much more viable.

35) Falcons - (Rd 1 - CB) 

Patrick Jones II | DE | Pittsburgh - The Falcons grab another star on defense to help turn things around. Jones plays at a frenetic pace and routinely find ways to get into opposing backfields.

36) Dolphins (via Texans) - (Rd 1 - OT, LB/EDGE) 

Rondale Moore | WR | Purdue - The Dolphins go after more receiving help, as their current WR corps is lacking at best. Moore has insane speed, would be the underneath threat the team has needed for years. I like Grant, but Moore can catch. 

37) Bengals - (Rd 1 -  OT)

Terrace Marshall | WR | LSU It really looks like both A.J. Green and John Ross will be off the Bengals' roster next year. In as much, they grab Marshall to help their cause.

38) Eagles - (Rd -1 - WR) 

Walker Little | OT | Stanford  - The Eagles allowed more sacks than any other team in the league. While Little has had some bouts with injuries, he's a very good LT when healthy.

39) Panthers - (Rd 1 - QB)

Kyle Trask | QB | Florida - Trask took a tumble in his game against LSU, but he's still a quality signal caller who has the ability to lead an NFL squad under the right leadership. 

40)  Broncos - (Rd 1 - QB) 

Jevon Holland | SAF | Oregon  Everything runs through Kansas City. In as much, teams in the AFC WEST simply can't have too many great cover guys. Holland is very good in pass coverage and serves well as a tackler. Justin Simmons will most likely be retained, but if not a SAF is a no-brainer.

41) Dolphins (via Lions) - (Rd 1 - OT, LB/EDGE) 

Creed Humphrey | C/OG | Oklahoma - Sans the 250-yard rushing dominance the Dolphins put together in Week 15 against the Patriots, they struggled to move the ball on the ground. Ted Karras has been solid at times, but he's set to become an UFA and simply isn't the talent that Humphrey is.

42) Giants - (Rd -1 TE)

Jackson Carman | OT | Clemson - Whether the Giants replace Daniel Jones or not, they simply have to do something about their O-line. Carman is a bit raw, but he's a big dude who gets the job done.

43) 49ers - (Rd 1 - OT) 

Asante Samuel Jr. | CB | LSU - The 49ers could certainly be in the market for some CB depth. Samuel is a gifted prospect who covers quite well. He's coming off of an impressive season.

44) Cowboys - (Rd -1 LB)

Eric Stokes | CB | Georgia - The Cowboys, as stated, are simply horrible on defense. UGA was blessed with some great players in their secondary, and Stokes may have been the best of the bunch.

45) Jaguars (via Vikings) - (Rd -1 - QB, OT)

Christian Barmore | DT | Alabama  - The Jaguars are awful on defense and need an infusion of talent. Barmore is a streaky player, but he's good when on, as we saw in the National Championship.

46) Patriots - (Rd -1 - WR)

Pat Freiermuth | TE | Penn State - The Patriots need more receiving targets. Early in the draft process, Freiermuth drew many comparisons to the great Gronk. He'd be a great addition.

47) Chargers - (Rd 1 - DE)

Dillon Radunz | OT | North Dakota State - If the Chargers do pass on an O-lineman in Round 1, I could see them grabbing one here. Radunz is a small-school stud.

48) Raiders - (Rd -1 - OLB/EDGE)

Daviyon Nixon | DT | Iowa  - Maliek Collins and Johnathan Hankins are both set to become UFAs. Regardless, the Raiders need DTs that can apply pressure. Nixon is a gifted interior D-lineman, could be one of the first DTs off the board. 

49) Cardinals - (Rd - 1 CB)

Tyson Campbell | CB | Georgia Campbell is a quality CB, and with Patrick Peterson and Dre Fitzpatrick both sitting on expiring contracts, you know the Cardinals will be eyeing CBs.

50) Dolphins - (Rd 1 - WR, LB/EDGE; Rd 2 - WR, OC) 

Carlos Basham | DE | Wake Forest - Shaq Lawson was a solid acquisition, and Emmanuel Ogbah was great. However, neither was inked to a long-term deal. One of them will most likely be gone inside of two years. Basham is a good depth play. 

51) Football Team - (Rd - 1 - EDGE/OLB) 

Trey Smith | OG | Tennessee - Washington ranks among the bottom when it comes to sacks allowed. Bear in mind that Scherff is also in the last year of his contract. Grabbing O-line help is a must. Trey Smith has quite the following.

52) Bears - (Rd - 1 - OT)

Amon-Ra St. Brown | WR | USC - It's well-documented that the Bears need help with their passing offense. A WR selection in the first two rounds becomes even more plausible if Allen Robinson II isn't retained. St. Brown is a gifted WR who could easily produce more in the NFL than he did in college, a great WR2 candidate.

53) Titans - (Rd 1 - DE) 

Nick Bolton | LB | Missouri The Titans have the opportunity here to draft Bolton here, a LB prospect who was a Round 1 lock on most boards before the season began. His play had since slipped off a bit, but he'd still make their existing LB corps better.

54) Colts - (Rd 1 - OT)

Tylan Wallace | WR | OK State - The Colts have a very solid passing game overall, but they lack a true WR1. Wallace may not quite be that guy, but he'll make everyone around him better.

55) Steelers - (Rd 1 - QB) 

Landon Dickerson | C | Alabama - The Steelers will certainly be looking for options at the center position this off-season. Dickerson is very underrated, the nation's best pivot man IMO.

56) Seahawks - (Rd -1, No Pick)

Jayson Oweh | EDGE | Penn State No team surrenders more passing yards than the Seahawks do. While a CB could be targeted to help out with as much, a freaky-athletic pressure guy like Oweh won't have to wait too long to get selected.

57) Rams - (Rd 1 - No Pick)

Elijah Moore | WR | Ole Miss The Rams are without a 1st-Rounder, so it'll be interesting to so what direction they go here. Moore is a fast, crafty WR who'd help Goff out.

58) Ravens - (Rd -1 DE)

Josh Myers | C/OG | Ohio State - The Ravens could certainly use an upgrade at the center position. Myers looked the part all season, held up well in the post-season.

59) Browns - (Rd 1 - LB) 

Amari Rodgers | WR | Clemson The Browns are expected to part ways with OBJ. Rodgers is a very underrated WR who proved to be more than reliable all season long.

60) Saints - (Rd 1 - LB)

Dylan Moses | LB | Alabama - Moses was supposed to be a 1st-rounder, but he simply didn't look like as much when he returned from his injury. That said, the potential is still there, and the Saints need LB help.

61) Buccaneers - (Rd - 1 RB)

Jaylen Twyman | DT | Pittsburgh Suh and McClendon are set to become an UFAs, so the Bucs could be in the market for some D-line help/depth. Twyman has a good first step, shoots gaps well.

62) Bills - ( Rd 1 - OG)

Shaun Wade | CB | Ohio State - This will end up being another solid CB draft. Wade's play slipped this year as he transitioned from the nickel to the outside, but he's still a gifted player.

63) Packers - (Rd 1 - DT)

Chazz Surrat | LB | North Carolina The Packers have a few O-Linemen set to become FA's, so they could address that here. However, LB will also be a position of interest, and Surrat gushes a ton of upside.

64) Chiefs - (Rd 1 - OG)

Rashad Weaver | DE | Pittsburgh - The Chiefs finished 26th against the run in 2019, and outside of drafting Willie Gay they didn't do much to increase their run stopping prowess. Weaver is a stout DE who also creates QB pressure. Keep an eye out for LB here as well, as Damien Wilson is solid as a run-defender, but could be allowed to walk if an upgrade is available.