25) Jaguars (via LA Rams): Kadarius Toney WR Florida
Toney has had a breakout season for the Gators and despite his size (he’s listed at 5-foot-11, 194 pounds), he’s incredibly difficult to bring down. Pairing him with DJ Chark and Trevor Lawrence throwing to them both, the two could make a very fast duo and very hard for any corners to cover.
26) Cleveland Browns: Terrance Marshall JR WR LSU
With the possibility of an Odell Beckham trade, Terrance Marshall is the next pick. Coming from LSU he’s a sure-fire pick.
27) Baltimore Ravens: Rashod Bateman, WR, Minnesota
The Ravens have too many speedy deep threats and not one consistent, reliable route-running go-to guy all over the field. Marquise Brown needs a better complement. Pairing Bateman with Hollywood Brown. the two could make a duo that works for the Ravens’ game plan.
28) New Orlean Saints: Zaven Collins LB Tulsa
Welp, with Brees retired, are the Saints in line for a QB? They can wait until Day 2 but outside of potentially cornerback, the most room for improvement for the New Orleans Saints in the draft is at linebacker, where they have never been the strongest. Saints lost the depth of Alex Anzalone (nine 2020 starts) and Craig Robertson this offseason, so Collins will be an perfect replacement.
29) Green Bay Packers: Rondale Moore WR Purdue
The Packers have made it work by committee without upgrading wide receiver opposite Davante Adams. They need to give Rodgers a dangerous short-to-intermediate receiver with home-run after-catch skills.
30) Buffalo Bills: Travis Etienne RB Clemson
Etienne, who surprised by returning to Clemson, has racked up 1,406 scrimmage yards and 15 TDs this season, adding to his dazzling career numbers with the Tigers. He’s a special back for the modern NFL offense, with some of both Alvin Kamara and Dalvin Cook in his game.
31) Kansas City Chiefs: Tylan Wallace WR Oklahoma State
Kansas City adding another offensive weapon. Wallace is exceptional at attacking the football in the air and battling through contact at the catch point — but his real value lies in his quickness and explosion In the spread offense
32) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah LB NOTRE DAME
Owusu-Koramoah is a tweener, which is why some NFL teams view him as a safety and not a linebacker. Above all else, he’s an athlete. Perfect for Tampa in this mock draft.