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PROSPECT RANKINGS
FOR THE 2021 NFL DRAFT
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How are these 2021
NFL Draft prospects
trending? This site
helps to bring clarity
in a coupled system
of both "predictive"
and "evaluation"
 
 
 
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... Evaluation of
traits, research,
data, and player
production.


 


 
 
 
 
 
 
Doug Martz's Top 100
draft board has had
(85.2) over the past
five years according
which tracks the top
draft analysts
 
 
 
 
 
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Report for the consistency and
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Some statistics: There are 53 offensive players & 47 defensive players among this Top 100. The positional breakdown
is as follows:  8 QB, 5 RB, 14 WR, 5 TE, 21 OL (14 tackles, 7 interior), 6 DL, 13 EDGE, 9 LB, 14 CB, and 5 Safeties.
 
 
RANK PLAYER POSITION COLLEGE ATTENDED STATUS POS.RANK
1 Trevor Lawrence QB Clemson Jr 1
2 Kyle Pitts TE Florida Jr 1
3 Trey Lance QB North Dakota St. R-So 2
4 Ja'Marr Chase WR LSU Jr 1
5 Penei Sewell OT Oregon Jr 1
6 Rashawn Slater OT/G Northwestern SR 2
7 Mac Jones QB Alabama R-Jr 3
8 DeVonta Smith WR Alabama SR 2
9 Jaylen Waddle WR Alabama Jr 3
10 Zach Wilson QB BYU Jr 4

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11 Justin Fields QB Ohio State Jr 5
12 Patrick Surtain II CB Alabama Jr 1
13 Micah Parsons LB Penn State Jr 1
14 Najee Harris RB Alabama SR 1
15 Alijah Vera-Tucker OG/T USC R-Jr 1
16 Jaycee Horn CB South Carolina Jr 2
17 Kwity Paye EDGE Michigan SR 1
18 Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah LB/S Notre Dame R-Jr 2
19 Christian Barmore DL Alabama R-So 1
20 Jaelan Phillips EDGE Miami R-Jr 2

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21 Christian Darrisaw OT Virginia Tech SR 3
22 Zaven Collins LB Tulsa R-Jr 3
23 Greg Newsome II CB Northwestern Jr 3
24 Teven Jenkins OT Oklahoma State R-SR 4
25 Trevon Moehrig SAF TCU Jr 1
26 Travis Etienne RB Clemson SR 2
27 Elijah Moore WR Ole Miss Jr 4
28 Jamin Davis LB Kentucky R-Jr 4
29 Gregory Rousseau EDGE Miami R-So 3
30 Rashod Bateman WR Minnesota Jr 5

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31 Caleb Farley CB Virginia Tech R-Jr 4
32 Azeez Ojulari EDGE Georgia R-So 4
33 Javonte Williams RB North Carolina Jr 3
34 Kadarius Toney WR Florida SR 6
35 Joe Tryon EDGE Washington R-Jr 5
36 Nick Bolton LB Missouri Jr 5
37 Levi Onwuzurike DL Washington R-SR 2
38 Asante Samuel Jr. CB Florida State Jr 5
39 Sam Cosmi OT Texas R-Jr 5
40 Jayson Oweh EDGE Penn State R-So 6

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41 Landon Dickerson iOL Alabama R-SR 2
42 Tyson Campbell CB Georgia Jr 6
43 Dylan Radunz OT North Dakota St. R-SR 6
44 Terrace Marshall Jr. WR LSU Jr 7
45 Pat Freiermuth TE Penn State Jr 2
46 Jalen Mayfield OT/G Michigan R-So 7
47 Liam Eichenberg OT Notre Dame R-SR 8
48 Carlos Basham Jr. EDGE Wake Forest R-SR 7
49 Richie Grant SAF UCF R-SR 2
50 Kelvin Joseph CB Kentucky R-So 7

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51 Payton Turner EDGE Houston SR 8
52 Jevon Holland SAF Oregon Jr 3
53 Dyami Brown WR North Carolina Jr 8
54 Eric Stokes CB Georgia R-Jr 8
55 James Hudson OT Cincinnati R-Jr 9
56 Ronnie Perkins EDGE Oklahoma Jr 9
57 Rondale Moore WR Purdue Jr 9
58 Aaron Robinson CB UCF R-SR 9
59 Creed Humphrey iOL Oklahoma R-Jr 3
60 Alex Leatherwood OT/G Alabama SR 10

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61 D'Wayne Eskridge WR Western Michigan R-SR 10
62 Jabril Cox LB LSU R-SR 6
63 Elijah Molden CB/S Washington SR 10
64 Davis Mills QB Stanford SR 6
65 Tommy Tremble TE Notre Dame R-So 3
66 Joseph Ossai EDGE Texas Jr 10
67 Kendrick Green iOL Illinois R-Jr 4
68 Quinn Meinerz iOL Wisc-Whitewater SR 5
69 Baron Browning LB Ohio State SR 7
70 Spencer Brown OT Northern Iowa R-SR 11

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71 Michael Carter RB North Carolina SR 4
72 Milton Williams DL Louisiana Tech R-Jr 3
73 Amari Rodgers WR Clemson SR 11
74 Jamar Johnson SAF Indiana Jr 4
75 Walker Little OT Stanford SR 12
76 Ifeatu Melifonwu CB Syracuse R-Jr 11
77 Aaron Banks iOL Notre Dame SR 6
78 Devine Deablo S/LB Virginia Tech R-SR 5
79 Brevin Jordan TE Miami Jr 4
80 Paulson Adebo CB Stanford SR 12

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81 Osa Odighizuwa DL UCLA R-Jr 4
82 Chazz Surratt LB North Carolina R-SR 8
83 Nico Collins WR Michigan SR 12
84 Hunter Long TE Boston College R-Jr 5
85 Alim McNeill DL N.C. State Jr 5
86 Kellen Mond QB Texas A&M SR 7
87 Trey Sermon RB Ohio State SR 5
88 Amon-Ra St. Brown WR USC Jr 13
89 Josh Myers iOL Ohio State R-Jr 7
90 Cameron Sample EDGE Tulane SR 11
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91 Jay Tufele DL USC R-Jr 6
92 Benjamin St-Juste CB Minnesota R-SR 13
93 Pete Werner LB Ohio State SR 9
94 Stone Forsythe OT Florida R-SR 13
95 Brady Christensen OT/G BYU R-Jr 14
96 Chris Rumph II EDGE Duke R-Jr 12
97 Kyle Trask QB Florida R-SR 8
98 Tylan Wallace WR Oklahoma State SR 14
99 Rashad Weaver EDGE Pittsburgh R-SR 13
100 Zech McPhearson CB Texas Tech SR 14
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Previously scored results by the Huddle Report, THE BEST and MOST RECOGNIZED name in scoring collaboration:
 
 
82 (2020); 83 (2019);  86 (2018);  89 (2017);  86 (2016);     * 5-yr average of 85.2
 
Archived Scores:  83 (2015); 81 (2014);  85 (2013); 82 (2012); 81 (2011); 82 (2010); 78 (2009); 84 (2008)
 
 

 
 

 
                                                                                                                                                     
 
   



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Note about Top 100 List:
Although Top 100 sounds easy, quick, and painless (like a 10-minute job)...  nothing could be further from the truth.  Designing and narrowing this list down from an initial group of over 700+ to a chunk of 100 prospects that will go in the first 100 selections is the hardest line of work for draft preparations.  It's also my favorite here at DraftBoardGuru.com.  The process involves as much naked-eye assessment of how these players are slotted into a draft position as possible.  Along with that, keen research on official team visits, pro-day workouts, and combine workouts are extremely valuable. Special consideration is also given to the regular season collegiate games and how the players did against other good (draftable) athletes.  The part of the Top 100 that's easy is the first 50.  It's that next 50 that takes hours upon hours to narrow down.  Finally, it's the players from #80 to #100 that makes the difference to whether this list can be credible or not.  The difference between scoring in the high 80's on this task (a good score) and getting a 70 depends on what happens in the final half of round three of the NFL draft.  Although mock drafting is fun, it pails in comparison to the workload involved in the slotting of players into a successful Top 100 list.