2021 NFL Draft mock: Baltimore Ravens add a wide receiver late
25. Seattle Seahawks: Jalen Mayfield, OT, Michigan
Michigan had one of college football’s best offensive lines in 2019 and returning for 2020 is tackle Jalen Mayfield. The Seattle Seahawks have consistently failed to provide Russell Wilson with an above-average offensive line but can finally right that wrong here.
26. Philadelphia Eagles: Richard Lecounte III, S, Georgia
The 2021 NFL Draft class doesn’t have a premier safety yet, but Georgia’s Richard Lecounte III could be. Lecounte III has blazing speed and ball-hawking skills that the Philadelphia Eagles could use on the backend of their defense.
27. Dallas Cowboys: Jevon Holland, S, Oregon
Like their NFC East rivals, the Dallas Cowboys could use a ball-hawk on the backend of their defense. Oregon’s Jevon Holland is just that, with nine career interceptions. Holland also has great size and speed for the position. It’ll be an interesting race for who will be the top safety in the 2021 NFL Draft class between Holland and Lecounte III.
28. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Najee Harris, RB, Alabama
It’s become a bit taboo to draft a running back in the first round, but Alabama’s Najee Harris looks like someone who can be an exception late on day one. Harris is a clone of Matt Forte with imposing size and terrific hands out of the backfield. Adding Harris to an offense featuring Tom Brady, Mike Evans, and Chris Godwin isn’t fair to opposing defenses.