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RSR Mock Draft 1.0

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Last night we conducted our first NFL Mock Draft 2021. The participants include eight men, well-versed in the annual NFL Draft including in order of appearance: John Vogel, Dan Shonka, Matt Wise, Mike Fast, Dev Panchwagh, Cole Jackson, Ken Zalis and John Langley. Each was tasked with making 8 picks in this two-round mock, the most dubious of which belonged to Wise and Shonka who were saddled with selecting for the Ravens with picks No. 27 and 58 respectively. 

The good news for Ravens fans, these gentlemen hit on two glaring needs for the team: Edge and Wide Receiver. We’ll let you be the judge as to whether or not they made the right plays. Given the way the board played out, who would you have drafted for the Ravens? Which mock drafter made the best overall pick? Who was responsible for the biggest head scratcher?


1. Jacksonville Jaguars (John Vogel)

QB Trevor Lawrence, Clemson


2. New York Jets (Dan Shonka)

OT Penei Sewell, Oregon

3. San Francisco 49ers (from Houston) (Matt Wise)

QB Zach Wilson, BYU

4. Atlanta Falcons (Mike Fast)

CB Patrick Surtain II, Alabama

5. Cincinnati Bengals (Dev Panchwagh)

TE Kyle Pitts, Florida

6. Miami Dolphins (from Philadelphia) (Cole Jackson)

WR Ja’marr Chase, LSU

7. Detroit Lions (Ken Zalis)

WR Jaylen Waddle, Alabama

8. Carolina Panthers (John Langley)

QB Justin Fields, Ohio State

9. Denver Broncos (John Vogel)

LB Michah Parsons, Penn State

10. Dallas Cowboys (Dan Shonka)

OL Rashawn Slater, Northwestern

11. New York Giants (Matt Wise)

WR DeVonta Smith, Alabama

12. Philadelphia (from San Francisco) (Mike Fast)

S Trevon Moehrig, TCU

13. Los Angeles Chargers (Dev Panchwagh)

OT Christian Darrisaw, Virginia Tech

14. Minnesota Vikings (Cole Jackson)

OT Teven Jenkins, Oklahoma State

15. New England Patriots (Ken Zalis)

QB Mac Jones, Alabama

16. Arizona Cardinals (John Langley)

CB Caleb Farley, Virginia Tech

17. Las Vegas Raiders (John Vogel)

LB Nick Bolton, Missouri

18. Miami Dolphins (Dan Shonka)

RB Najee Harris, Miami

19. Washington Football Team (Matt Wise)

QB Trey Lance, North Dakota State

20. Chicago Bears (Mike Fast)

EDGE Kwity Paye, Michigan

21. Indianapolis Colts (Dev Panchwagh)

WR Kadarius Toney, Florida

22. Tennessee Titans (Cole Jackson)

WR Rashod Bateman, Minnesota

23. New York Jets (from Seattle) (Ken Zalis)

OT Vera Tucker, USC

24. Pittsburgh Steelers (John Langley)

CB Jaycee Horn, South Carolina

25. Jacksonville (from Los Angeles Rams) (John Vogel)

EDGE Azeez Ojulari, Georgia

26. Cleveland Browns (Dan Shonka)

LB Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, Notre Dame

27. Baltimore Ravens (Matt Wise)

EDGE Jaelen Phillips, Miami

Tony Pauline’s Jaelan Phillips Scouting Report

Positives: Explosive edge rusher who took his game to the next level and is coming off a sensational season. Breaks down well, plays with outstanding pad level, and gets leverage on opponents. Fluid moving in every direction and displays a tremendous first step off the snap. Flows well laterally and gets down the line of scrimmage to make plays in space. Fundamentally sound, displays solid technique with his hands, and covers a good amount of area on the field. Easily changes direction, bends off the edge, and shows great speed up the field. Agile, nicely redirects and plays tough, instinctive football. Does more than just rush up the field and get after the passer and gives effort defending the run. Chases downfield to make plays if necessary. More here…

28. New Orleans Saints (Mike Fast)

LB Zaven Collins, Tulsa

29. Green Bay Packers (Dev Panchwagh)

LB Baron Browning, Ohio State

30. Buffalo Bills (Cole Jackson)

C Landon Dickerson, Alabama

31. Kansas City Chiefs (Ken Zalis)

WR Terrace Marshall Jr., LSU

32. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (John Langley)

CB Greg Newsome II, Northwestern


33. Jacksonville Jaguars (John Vogel)

OL Trey Smith, Tennessee

34. New York Jets (Dan Shonka)

RB Travis Etienne, Clemson

35. Atlanta Falcons (Matt Wise)

EDGE Jayson Oweh, Penn State

36. Miami Dolphins (from Houston) (Mike Fast)

OT Jalen Mayfield, Michigan

37. Philadelphia Eagles (Dev Panchwagh)

OT Dillon Radunz, North Dakota State

38. Cincinnati Bengals (Cole Jackson)

OT Liam Eichenberg, Notre Dame

39. Carolina Panthers (Ken Zalis)

iOL Wyatt Davis, Ohio State

40. Denver Broncos (John Langley)

RB Javonte Williams, North Carolina

41. Detroit Lions (John Vogel)

CB Eric Stokes, Georgia

42. New York Giants (Dan Shonka)

EDGE Greg Rousseau, Miami

43. San Francisco 49ers (Matt Wise)

OL Creed Humphrey, Oklahoma

44. Dallas Cowboys (Mike Fast)

EDGE Joe Tyron, Washington

45. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Minnesota) (Dev Panchwagh)

CB Asante Samuel Jr., Florida State

46. New England Patriots (Cole Jackson)

EDGE Joseph Ossai, Texas

47. Los Angeles Chargers (Ken Zalis)

TE Brevin Jordan, Miami

48. Las Vegas Raiders (John Langley)

CB Ifeatu Melifonwu, Syracuse

49. Arizona Cardinals (John Vogel)

WR Elijah Moore, Ole Miss

50. Miami Dolphins (Dan Shonka)

LB Chazz Surrett, North Carolina

51. Washington Football Team (Matt Wise)

OT Samuel Cosmi, Texas

52. Chicago Bears (Mike Fast)

WR Amon-Ra St. Brown, USC

53. Tennessee Titans (Dev Panchwagh)

CB Elijah Molden, Washington

54. Indianapolis Colts (Cole Jackson)

OT Brady Christensen, BYU

55. Pittsburgh Steelers (Ken Zalis)

LB Jamin Davis, Kentucky

56. Seattle Seahawks (John Langley)

OT Alex Leatherwood, Alabama

57. Los Angeles Rams (John Vogel)

OL Quinn Meinerz, Wisconsin-Whitewater

58. Baltimore Ravens (Dan Shonka)

WR Nico Collins, Michigan

Tony Pauline’s Nico Collins Scouting Report

Positives: Large, strong possession receiver with reliable hands. Plays big-boy football, fights with his hands to separate from defenders, and gets vertical to come away with the reception when defenders are draped on him. Finds the open spot on the field, tracks the pass in the air, and possesses strong hands, displaying the ability to pull the ball away from his frame. Nicely makes the reception on crossing patterns. Reliable. More here…

59. Cleveland Browns (Matt Wise)

WR Dyami Brown, UNC

60. New Orleans Saints (Mike Fast)

DL Christian Barrmore, Alabama

61. Buffalo Bills (Dev Panchwagh)

DT Milton Williams, Louisana Tech

62. Green Bay Packers (Cole Jackson)

WR Rondale Moore, Purdue

63. Kansas City Chiefs (Ken Zalis)

OT Jackson Carman, Clemson

64. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (John Langley)

LB Jabril Cox, LSU

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