It's finally here. Football is back!
With the start of the College Football season upon us, and the NFL set to start in less than a week, our staff here at NFL Draft Lounge couldn't be anymore excited. This season is going to be different from anything that we've ever experienced before, but in terms of scouting college prospects, we're ready for the challenge. I've put together this Preseason 2021 NFL Mock Draft for you all, which I hope you find enjoyable. It's a one round mock draft
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It's finally here! My first 2021 NFL Mock Draft of the season. We're only a few months removed from the 2020 NFL Draft, so it's still a bit early to truly know how this is going to play out. However, let's have a little fun with this one. This is a one round mock draft with teams drafting based on need.
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With uncertainty continuing to grow amid the Coronavirus outbreak, one has to ask the following question. Could we see an unprecedented number of student athletes enter the 2020 Supplemental Draft in July?
In fact, Rob Paul of The Ledge Sports brought up this very topic several days ago.
What Is The Supplemental Draft?
The Supplemental Draft, per the NFL, is held in July for student athletes whose eligibility status has changed following the NFL Draft. In other words, student-athletes that were eligible for the 2019 NFL Draft, but chose to return to school, could see their eligibility change.
I fully expect the NFL...
After missing all of the 2019 season due to an ACL injury shortly before the season began, Alabama LB Dylan Moses took to Instagram to announce that he will be returning to the Crimson Tide for the 2020 season. Many NFL Draft analysts expected that Moses would declare for the NFL Draft, despite the injury. However, it's clear that Moses has put a premium on his education, with eyes set for the 2021 NFL Draft, where he's expected to be a top pick.
Despite the season-ending injury, Dylan Moses still garnered some first round consideration in the 2020 NFL Draft....