25. Jacksonville Jaguars: Landon Dickerson, IOL, Alabama
If we were grading linemen based on their build, Dickerson would be one of the highest-graded linemen overall in this class. Dickerson is an absolutely ridiculous 6’6″ 325-lbs. center who, when healthy, is an absolute dog on the line. The Jaguars would love to give its new franchise quarterback a center for him to grow with to start his career off right.
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26. Cleveland Browns: Zaven Collins, LB, Tulsa
Collins has been a darling to the draft community for a little while and could end up sneaking his way into round one. The Browns have the benefit of having a very good roster that could still use an upgrade at linebacker. Collins would be a lot of fun for this front-seven.
27. Baltimore Ravens: Trevon Moehrig, S, TCU
Safety is far from the Ravens’ biggest need in the 2021 NFL Draft, but an upgrade could be used over the top. Moehrig has ball skills and has coverage abilities unlike what Baltimore currently has at the safety position. Moehrig is an instant plug-and-play guy for an elite secondary.
28. New Orleans Saints: Elijah Moore, WR, Ole Miss
Between Jameis Winston and Taysom Hill, the quarterbacks will have some really solid weapons to throw to in the Big Easy. A receiver opposite Michael Thomas is still a need here and Moore is a terrific complement to Thomas’s game. Moore’s speed will unlock the deep ball for this offense and round out an exciting unit.