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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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  07/31/21 - C Alex ForsythrSr/2023, Oregon, 6-3, 305 (DS#15 C) + More +

  Alex Forsyth enters his second season as Oregon's center with high expectations and he's planning on being around a while. The fifth-year junior, who was named first team preseason all-Pac-12 and is on the watch lists for the Rimington and Outland trophies, intends to return to Oregon for his sixth season of college football in 2022. "I already told (offensive line) coach (Alex) Mirabal I plan to come back for a sixth year just because I haven't played a whole lot," Forsyth said. "I just started seven games so far and whatever happens this year. I love college football and it's my dream to play here so I'm going to focus on right now playing for them." He is planning on earning his Master's degree in brand responsibility, a one-year program at UO that several athletes, including Sabrina Ionescu and Haley Cruse, have earned degrees in over the last few years. - The Oregonian

(DS#15 C) rSr/2023 C Alex ForsythOregon
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  07/31/21 - CB Derek Stingley Jr.Jr/2023, LSU, 6-1, 195 (DS#1 CB) + More +

  After wowing LSU fans with his play at cornerback and as a punt returner the past two seasons, Derek Stingley Jr. may get some snaps at wide receiver this fall. While it remains to be seen, the possibility of catching a few passes would make the talented Stingley perhaps the most versatile player in college football - if the two-time All-American hasn't proven it already. Considering that, it was no surprise that Stingley, a 6-foot-1, 195-pound junior, was one of 57 collegians named to the Paul Hornung Award watch list Thursday.

Presented to the most versatile player in major college football, the award is named for the former Notre Dame and Green Bay Packers legend. A member of the College Football Hall of Fame and Pro Football Hall of Fame, Hornung played quarterback and halfback and was a kicker during his college and professional career. In 22 career games at LSU, Stingley has recorded 65 total tackles, six interceptions, two fumble recoveries and two forced fumbles. The former Dunham School star also has averaged 11.3 yards per punt return for his two-year career - getting 16.2 yards per attempt in 2020. - Baton Rouge Advocate


(DS#1 CB) Jr/2023 CB Derek Stingley Jr.LSU
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  Central Michigan's Kalil Pimpleton has been named to the Paul Hornung Award Watch List. The award goes to the most versatile player in college football. The dazzling Pimpleton, a junior from Muskegon, had 26 catches for 277 yards, carried 16 times for 134 yards and completed five of his eight pass attempts for 149 yards during the 2020 season. He accounted for six touchdowns in total on the season and returned eight punts and two kickoffs and averaged 82 yards per game in all-purpose yardage. - Central Michigan Football

(DS#46 WR) Sr/2022 WR Kalil PimpletonCentral Michigan
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  07/31/21 - CB Mykael WrightJr/2023, Oregon, 5-11, 182 (DS#5 CB) + More +

  Now the third-year sophomore is racking up the preseason accolades. Wright was named to the all-Pac-12 first team released Tuesday and appeared on the Hornung Award watch list Thursday. "He's one of the best athletes I've ever been around," Oregon cornerbacks coach Rod Chance said during spring practice. "If you show me a defensive back that can move and change direction as well as he does, or better, I'd like to see those dudes." The Hornung Award is given annually to the most versatile player in major college football. Wright had 270 yards on 13 kickoff returns in 2020. As a freshman in 2019, he became just the third player in program history to return multiple kickoffs for touchdowns in the same season.

In his career, Wright has amassed 650 kickoff return yards with an average of 28.3 yards per attempt. Wright, who was an all-Pac-12 first team selection last season after finishing with 25 total tackles (18 solo stops), is also a preseason candidate for the Jim Thorpe Award given to the nation's top defensive back. "I think the next step is developing his body," Chance said. "On the football field, there's nothing that he can't do." - Register Guard


(DS#5 CB) Jr/2023 CB Mykael WrightOregon
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  Travell Harris, a senior wide receiver/kick returner from Florida, was named to the Hornung Award watch list for the third consecutive season, joining 56 other players from across the country. Harris was used in a multitude of ways last season, his first in Nick Rolovich's run-and-shoot offense, and finished fifth in the Pac-12 Conference in all-purpose yards per game with 146.5. He was also seventh in the conference in total receptions (29) and receiving yards per game (85) and was 11th in total touchdowns, with three. During the shortened four-game 2020 season, Harris led the Cougars with seven plays of 20-plus yards - six receiving and one rushing - and enters the 2021 season with 66 career kickoff returns, which is one shy of a school record. - Spokesman-Review

(DS#24 WR) rSr/2022 WR Travell HarrisWashington State
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