NFL Draft

2021 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Alijah Vera-Tucker

Before the 2020 season, Alijah Vera-Tucker had opted out before the season and was focusing on the 2021 draft. Upon learning that the PAC-12 would be playing, he returned to USC and made the transition from left guard to left tackle, due to Austin Jackson being selected in the NFL Draft by the Miami Dolphins. Vera-Tucker has made a vast move up draft boards recently as he has the versatility to play both guard and tackle, something that is becoming more important in the NFL today. 

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Redraft Grades for the 2020 NFL Draft First Round: End of Season 

The end of the regular season signifies the conclusion of many rookies’ first seasons in the league. Many played extraordinary, whereas others had concerning showings.

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2021 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Jayson Oweh

Jayson Oweh is a raw pass-rushing prospect with plenty of untapped potential. Oweh has shown off a lot of talent over his Penn State career. He has the profile to develop into an elite edge rusher after being one of the most impactful players on the Penn State defense. Oweh has now thrust into having first-round potential. 

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2021 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Derion Kendrick

A year after Noah Igbinoghene entered the draft as a cornerback after spending most of his career as a receiver, there is another similar story this year. Derion Kendrick spent his sophomore season in high school as a receiver before transitioning to play quarterback his final two years. He went to Clemson to play receiver and made the transition to cornerback before the 2019 season. Kendrick started immediately despite never playing the position before. He has caught the NFL’s attention as a potential first-round pick with a ton of untapped potential yet to be reached. 

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2021 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Rashawn Slater

The 2021 offensive line class is deep. After last year had four tackles go within the first 15 picks, teams are finally starting to fix their offensive line woes. This year, there may not be four tackles to go off of the board within the first 15 picks, but there are plenty of prospects that could be in the conversation for the first round. No player has had a better pre-draft process during the NFL season than Rashawn Slater. His 2019 tape was excellent, and as a result, he opted out of the 2020 season. 

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2021 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Trevon Moehrig

This last weekend, Trevon Moehrig followed in Ar’Darius Washington’s footsteps by declaring for the draft. The safety tandem was the best in college football, and now both will be in the NFL following April’s draft. Moehrig is the better of the two and has a chance to be the first safety selected in the draft. 

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2021 NFL Mock Draft: Week 16

As we enter the final Sunday of the regular season, the Jacksonville Jaguars and New York Jets have the first and second overall picks locked up, respectively. There are plenty of playoff implications and possible draft position shuffling going into this final week. The Jaguars are on the clock.

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2021 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Tylan Wallace

Tylan Wallace has been on the NFL’s radar for some time now. He has had a significant drop in the rankings thanks to other receivers having elite production in this covid-plagued season. In another stacked receiver class, Wallace could be a steal found on day two for a receiver-needy team looking for a number two option outside of their top threat. 

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2021 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Rondale Moore

Heralded for his 600 lb squats and 4.33-second 40-yard dash, Rondale Moore is one of the most intriguing prospects to enter the 2021 NFL draft. His rare combination of shiftiness and burst allows Moore to become a game-breaking weapon that defenses and special teams get nightmares about. Injuries have been the plague of this stud athlete, but when he has been on the field, few have been as dazzling as Moore.

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