On Monday, the Jets traded quarterback Sam Darnold to the Panthers.
Therefore, they will not be traded for the second pick in the 2021 NFL Draft. They will definitely bring BYU quarterback Zach Wilson there. And it seems that the Panthers will not select quarterbacks like Justin Field at Ohio State University.
According to the Darnold transaction, this is our latest and complete first round of simulation draft forecasts:
2. Jets – QU Zach Wilson (QB Zach Wilson), BYU
Will his fare be better than Sam Darnold?
3. 49 people (from dolphins/Texans) — QB Trey Lance, North Dakota
The 49ers traded for a quarterback. The only question: Is it Lance or Justin Fields?
4. Falcon- TE Kyle Pitts, Florida
One of the most talented players in this draft, but the Falcons will need a new quarterback at some point.
5. Bangladesh- CB Caleb Farley, Virginia Tech
This is somewhat surprising, because some analysts believe that Patrick Surtain is the best defender for the draft.
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6. Dolphin (from Eagles)— WR DeVonta Smith, Alabama
In the NFL, the size of the Heisman Trophy champion will be a problem.
7. Lion— OT Penei Sewell, Oregon
Protected the new Lions quarterback Jared Goff (Jared Goff).
8. Black Panther— Michigan (Kwity Paye)
After the Darnold transaction, there is no need to bring Fields here now.
9. Broncos- QB Justin Fields (Justin Fields), Ohio
When the Broncos decided to unplug Drew Lock, it was a bit surprised.
10. Cowboy- Edge crusher Azeez Ojulari, Georgia
If available, Paye will be the first choice.
11. giant – OT/G Rashawn Slater, Northwest
The receiver is also the choice of the Giants, but they just signed Kenny Golladay (Kenny Golladay). The production line is still a big problem.
12. The Eagles (49ers) — WR Jaylen Waddle, Alabama
Another surprise is that the Hawks surpassed Ja’Marr Chase to join Waddle. Will Howie Rothman regret it?
13. Charger— Louisiana State University WR Ja’Marr Chase
Justin Herbert will be excited about his draft, and he should be.
14. Vikings- CB Patrick Surtain, Alabama
The defensive head coach Mike Zimmer sits firmly on the hot seat, and Surtain will help him improve his middle school level.
15. Patriot- WR Kadarius Toney, Florida
The Patriots have no quarterback in this year’s draft. Maybe next year.
16. Cardinal- OT Alex Leatherwood (Alabama)
The Cardinals will go all out this season. They will need Kyler Murray and his business lines to provide more services.
17. Strategy- C Creed Humphrey, Oklahoma
Definitely the best center this year.
18.Dolphin- Sharp Charge Jaelan Phillips, Miami
Does he surpass the Miami winger sought-after Gregory Rousseau?
19.Washington LB Micah Parsons, Pennsylvania State University
He has the top 15 talents, but his position is not high.
20. Bear— CB Tyson Campbell, Georgia
Don’t rule out the position of Jaycee Horn, because the Bears are trying to replace Kyle Fuller.
21. Colts— OT Teven Jenkins, Oklahoma
Some protection for Colts quarterback Carson Wentz.
22. Giant- DL Christian Barmore, Alabama
Some help to the middle of Tennessee’s defense line.
23. Jet (from Seahawk) — CB Jaycee Horn, South Carolina
Joe Douglas (Joe Douglas) basically has to get high this year.
24. Steelers- QB Mike Jones, Alabama
Will eventually replace Pittsburgh’s Ben Rosliberg?
25. Jaguars (from the Rams) — RB Naji Harris (Alabama)
Lawrence’s weapon, he will start from day one.
26. Brown- LB Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, Notre Dame Cathedral
This is not a sexy choice, but he will help the Browns’ defense to a large extent.
27. Crow- Pennsylvania State Edging Machine Jayson Oweh (Jayson Oweh)
His draft numbers are clearly increasing, but he didn’t have sacks last season.
28. Saints- WR Rondale Moore, Purdue University
Another talented recipient, he is only 5 feet 9 meters tall, so he is very interested in size.
29. Packer— OT Christian Darrisaw, Virginia Tech
This will not waver like the Packers’ selection of Jordan Love at the end of the first round last year.
30. Billing- Edge Charger Gregory Rousseau, Miami
There are many problems around him. The tape is limited because he opted out of last season. But he is a talent.
31. Chief- OL Alijah Vera-Tucker, University of Southern California
He can play multiple positions on the line, which is an asset that the chief can use.
32. Pirates— CB Greg Newsome, Northwest
Another advantage of Todd Bowles is that his defense has the upper hand.
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