29. New Orleans Saints: Amon-Ra St. Brown, WR, USC
Michael Thomas is one of the five best wide receivers in all of football, but he needs a running mate. Emmanuel Sanders is fine as a short-term solution, but USC’s Amon-Ra St. Brown can become one of the best compliments to Thomas imaginable. St. Brown’s addition will only prolong Drew Brees‘s amazing career.
30. San Francisco 49ers: Tyson Campbell, CB, Georgia
It seems like the San Francisco 49ers have needed defensive back help since the turn of the century. Not for a lack of trying, but they’ve yet to truly hit on a guy via the NFL Draft. Georgia’s Tyson Campbell is one of the rawer prospects entering the 2021 NFL Draft, but his size profile fits what San Francisco likes in their cornerbacks.
31. Baltimore Ravens: Sage Surratt, WR, Wake Forest
What do you get for the team that has seemingly everything? More offensive weapons. Right now, Lamar Jackson has a cast of speedy receivers but is missing a big-bodied target to throw the ball up to. Wake Forest’s Sage Surratt can become that kind of guy for Jackson and make an instant impact on an already dynamic offense.
32. Kansas City Chiefs: Jaylen Twyman, IDL, Pittsburgh
Just like the Baltimore Ravens, the Kansas City Chiefs will look at a talented 2021 NFL Draft class with few needs. They’ll go the “best player available” route and add Pittsburgh’s beastly Jaylen Twyman. Twyman is coming off a 10.5 sack campaign from 2019 and will look to follow it up with an equally great 2020. If he does, he could rise up the board quickly.