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Jaguars 2021 Draft History
 1  1  *Trevor Lawrence QB Clemson
Jets 2021 Draft History
 2  2  *Zach Wilson QB Brigham Young
49ers 2021 Draft History
 3  3  *Trey Lance QB North Dakota State (From Dolphins thru Texans)
Falcons 2021 Draft History
 4  4  *Kyle Pitts TE Florida
Bengals 2021 Draft History
 5  5  *JaMarr Chase WR LSU
Dolphins 2021 Draft History
 6  6  *Jaylen Waddle WR Alabama (From Eagles)
Lions 2021 Draft History
 7  7  *Penei Sewell OT Oregon
Panthers 2021 Draft History
 8  8  *Jaycee Horn CB South Carolina
Broncos 2021 Draft History
 9  9  *Patrick Surtain II CB Alabama
Eagles 2021 Draft History
 10  10  DeVonta Smith WR Alabama (From Cowboys)
Bears 2021 Draft History
 11  11  *Justin Fields QB Ohio State (From Giants)
Cowboys 2021 Draft History
 12  12  *Micah Parsons OLB Penn State (From Eagles thru Dolphins/49ers)
Chargers 2021 Draft History
 13  13  Rashawn Slater OG Northwestern
Jets 2021 Draft History
 14  14  *Alijah Vera-Tucker OG Southern California (From Vikings)
Patriots 2021 Draft History
 15  15  *Mac Jones QB Alabama
Cardinals 2021 Draft History
 16  16  *Zaven Collins OLB Tulsa
Raiders 2021 Draft History
 17  17  Alex Leatherwood OT Alabama
Dolphins 2021 Draft History
 18  18  *Jaelan Phillips DE Miami (FL)
Football Team 2021 Draft History
 19  19  *Jamin Davis ILB Kentucky
Giants 2021 Draft History
 20  20  Kadarius Toney WR Florida (From Bears)
Colts 2021 Draft History
 21  21  Kwity Paye DE Michigan
Titans 2021 Draft History
 22  22  *Caleb Farley CB Virginia Tech
Vikings 2021 Draft History
 23  23  *Christian Darrisaw OT Virginia Tech (From Jets thru Seahawks)
Steelers 2021 Draft History
 24  24  Najee Harris RB Alabama
Jaguars 2021 Draft History
 25  25  Travis Etienne RB Clemson (From Rams)
Browns 2021 Draft History
 26  26  *Greg Newsome II CB Northwestern
Ravens 2021 Draft History
 27  27  *Rashod Bateman WR Minnesota
Saints 2021 Draft History
 28  28  Payton Turner DE Houston
Packers 2021 Draft History
 29  29  *Eric Stokes CB Georgia
Bills 2021 Draft History
 30  30  *Greg Rousseau DE Miami (FL)
Ravens 2021 Draft History
 31  31  *Jayson Oweh DE Penn State (From Chiefs)
Bucs 2021 Draft History
 32  32  *Joe Tryon DE Washington



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  The FAU Owls added another former Power Five player to their quarterback room, with former Miami Hurricanes signal-caller N'Kosi Perry announcing Wednesday afternoon that he's transferring to Florida Atlantic. Perry, a former four-star recruit out of Ocala's Vanguard High, was a redshirt junior last year with UM and is expected to have two seasons of eligibility left after the NCAA granted all fall sport athletes an eligibility waiver for the 2020 season due to the COVID-19 pandemic. He redshirted in 2017 and was sporadically Miami's starting quarterback during the 2018 and 2019 seasons before being D'Eriq King's backup in 2020. The most game action he saw during the past season was in the Cheez-It Bowl on Dec. 29 after King tore his ACL in the game, with Perry going 19 of 34 for 228 yards and two touchdowns with UM's comeback attempt falling short in the Hurricanes' 37-34 loss to Oklahoma State. - Sun-Sentinel

(DS#999 QB) rJr/2022 QB NKosi PerryFlorida Atlantic
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  04/29/21 - C Tyler LinderbaumrSo/2023, Iowa, 6-2, 289 (DS#1 C) + More +

  Linderbaum was one of three Rimington Trophy finalists last season as college football's most dominant center. He easily could've turned pro; a mid-second-round pick (which he was projected to be) is in line for a four-year rookie contract worth between $6 million and $7 million. But instead of assuredly hearing his name called in the NFL Draft (which begins Thursday), Linderbaum was content to be leading the Hawkeyes' offensive line into another season. "I wasn't interested," Linderbaum flatly said Tuesday.

The Solon native was so confident in returning to Iowa City that he didn't even request feedback from the College Advisory Committee, a service that helps draft-eligible underclassmen know where they stand in the eyes of NFL executives and scouts. "I wanted to compete with my buddies," Linderbaum said. "There's a lot more to do, a lot more to improve on...I was coming back for sure." As you can tell, Linderbaum wasn't wild about delving too deeply into this subject. He seemed more focused on stiff-arming media attention that will continue to come his way. "A big thing for me is just to focus on the program and my teammates," Linderbaum said. "I really am not interested in what's going around outside, what media are saying, what other people are saying." - Iowa City Press-Citizen


(DS#1 C) rSo/2023 C Tyler LinderbaumIowa
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  Western Kentucky has added two more transfers to its 2021 signing class. The Hilltoppers announced the addition of quarterback Carson Baker and wide receiver Kendall Abdur-Rahman on Tuesday. Baker is a 6-foot-3, 210-pound sophomore that comes to WKU from San Diego State. He entered the 2020 season as the team's starting quarterback and appeared in six games for the 4-4 Aztecs last fall, completing 59 of 104 passes for 617 yards and three touchdowns and three interceptions. He was replaced midseason by Lucas Johnson after helping San Diego State to a 3-1 start and Baker got one more start at Colorado after, but split time with Jordon Brookshire, who started the team's final two games. San Diego State averaged 24.6 points per game and 350.8 yards of offense per game, with 151.4 of that coming through the air. - BG Daily News

(DS#999 QB) rSo/2023 QB Carson BakerWestern Kentucky
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  04/29/21 - QB Kevin DoylerSo/2023, Arizona, 6-3, 211 (DS#999 QB) + More +

  Arizona redshirt sophomore quarterback Kevin Doyle will enter the NCAA transfer portal, he announced on Twitter Tuesday afternoon. Doyle, the 6-foot-4-inch, 217-pound Washington D.C. product, will have three years of eligibility remaining. After decommitting from Michigan and signing with Arizona in 2018, then-head coach Kevin Sumlin's first recruiting class at the UA, Doyle played three seasons for the Wildcats, but didn't appear in any games. Despite the coaching change in December, Doyle opted to stay with hopes of emerging as a candidate for Arizona's starting quarterback role, but quickly fell behind freshman Will Plummer, who was higher on the depth chart in 2020, and Washington State transfer Gunner Cruz during spring ball, which officially ended on Saturday with the spring game. - Arizona Star News

(DS#999 QB) rSo/2023 QB Kevin DoyleArizona
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  04/29/21 - QB Spencer RattlerrFr/2024, Oklahoma, 6-0, 205 (DS#2 QB) + More +

  For the first time since 2017, an Oklahoma quarterback won't be selected in the NFL draft. It's unlikely that happens again next year. Several teams will bank on the likes of Clemson's Trevor Lawrence, Alabama's Mac Jones and Ohio State's Justin Fields to become their next franchise quarterback when the first round of the 2021 NFL Draft begins at 7 p.m. Thursday. OU redshirt sophomore Spencer Rattler is poised to follow in their footsteps in 2022 if the former five-star recruit's second year as the Sooners' starting quarterback lives up to his lofty expectations. "I don't try to set a roof on what I can do as a player on the field," Rattler said. "...I want to be the most unstoppable quarterback, best quarterback in the country coming up to this year and put on a show and do it with my guys."

Rattler, of course, hasn't finalized any plans to enter next year's draft. He will be eligible for it, though, and that's enough for Rattler to start seeing his name floated as the first quarterback taken in 2022. If Rattler were to go No. 1 overall, he'd become OU coach Lincoln Riley's top pick in the draft since 2018, joining former Sooner quarterbacks and Heisman Trophy winners Baker Mayfield and Kyler Murray. He'd be the fourth OU quarterback taken during that span, which includes OU's 2019 starter, Jalen Hurts, going in the second round of last year's draft. - Norman Transcript


(DS#2 QB) rFr/2024 QB Spencer RattlerOklahoma
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