2021 3-round NFL mock draft: Washington Football Team adds a QB

Kentucky LB Jamin Davis. (Photo by Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)
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COLUMBUS, OH – NOVEMBER 21: Jamar Johnson #22 of the Indiana Hoosiers (Photo by Jamie Sabau/Getty Images)
COLUMBUS, OH – NOVEMBER 21: Jamar Johnson #22 of the Indiana Hoosiers (Photo by Jamie Sabau/Getty Images) /

Round 3

65. Jacksonville Jaguars: Ohio State DT Tommy Togiai

66. New York Jets: Georgia CB Tyson Campbell

67. Houston Texans: Alabama C Landon Dickerson

68. Atlanta Falcons: Oregon S Jevon Holland

69. Cincinnati Bengals: Ohio State OG Wyatt Davis

70. Philadelphia Eagles: Ohio State LB Pete Werner

71. Denver Broncos: Central Arkansas CB Robert Rochell

72. Detroit Lions: Notre Dame OT Liam Eichenberg

73. Carolina Panthers: North Carolina State DT Alim McNeil

74. Washington Football Team: Indiana S Jamar Johnson

Before you automatically hate this pick, allow me to rationalize it using an explanation Washington Football Team fans can relate to.

Remember the Troy Apke experiment at free safety? Of course you do. It was rough. And what made it even worse was that Apke had all the physical traits. But he lacked the instincts to use them effectively on the back end. Now that I’ve reminded you, allow me to introduce you to one of the most instinctive safeties in the 2021 NFL Draft: Jamar Johnson.

Johnson is very smart and opportunistic, and he’s also a fairly solid athlete for his size. Standing at 6-foot-2, 205 pounds, Johnson has a 4.58 40-yard dash, a 35-inch vertical, and a 122-inch broad jump. Johnson’s athletic profile is not dissimilar to Kamren Curl’s, but Johnson profiles as a better fit in coverage. The two compliment each other very well, and Johnson could ultimately be the instinctive, forward-thinking threat the Washington Football Team needs at free safety.

75. Dallas Cowboys: Houston EDGE Payton Turner

76. New York Giants: USC DT Marlon Tuipulotu

77. San Francisco 49ers (via LAC): Illinois OG Kendrick Green

78. Denver Broncos (via MIN): Louisiana Tech DL Milton Williams

79. Las Vegas Raiders: Oklahoma State WR Tylan Wallace

80. Las Vegas Raiders: Iowa DT Daviyon Nixon

81. Miami Dolphins: Stanford C Drew Dalman

82. Washington Football Team: Boston College TE Hunter Long

I think tight end is a bit of an overrated need for the Washington Football Team, personally. With all their weapons at receiver and running back, the Washington Football Team won’t have to involve a No. 2 tight end very often, and Logan Thomas should have at least one or two more good years left, considering how little he’s been used over the course of his career.

Nevertheless, if tight ends are going off the board quickly, and if the value is right, it makes sense to address the position in the middle rounds. Hunter Long is a prospect who deserves some attention, in that sense. If he’s there at No. 82, the Washington Football Team might consider him. He’s a big target who has enough burst and fluidity to be a nice seam threat, and he’s tough at the contact point, which should help the Washington Football Team convert on crucial downs.

83. Chicago Bears: Michigan OT Jalen Mayfield

84. Philadelphia Eagles: USC DT Jay Tufele

85. Tennessee Titans: Clemson WR Amari Rodgers

86. New York Jets; Memphis RB Kenneth Gainwell

87. Pittsburgh Steelers: Washington EDGE Joe Tryon

88. Los Angeles Rams: Missouri LB Nick Bolton

89. Cleveland Browns: Northern Iowa EDGE Elerson Smith

90. Minnesota Vikings: Georgia OG Ben Cleveland

91. Cleveland Browns: Michigan WR Nico Collins

92. Green Bay Packers: Brigham Young OT Brady Christensen

93. Buffalo Bills: Texas A&M DT Bobby Brown

94. Baltimore Ravens: Stanford OT Walker Little

95. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: UAB EDGE Jordan Smith

96. New England Patriots: Syracuse CB Trill Williams

97. Los Angeles Chargers: Stanford CB Paulson Adebo

98. New Orleans Saints: Iowa WR Ihmir Smith-Marsette

99. Dallas Cowboys: Syracuse S Andre Cisco

100. Tennessee Titans: Notre Dame TE Tommy Tremble

101. Detroit Lions: Florida State S Hamsah Nasirildeen

102. San Francisco 49ers: Baylor EDGE William Bradley-King

103. Los Angeles Rams: Ohio State C Josh Myers

104. Baltimore Ravens: Texas S Caden Sterns

105. New Orleans Saints: Arkansas DT Jonathan Marshall

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That concludes this 3-round full NFL 2021 mock draft. How did your team fare? Would you be content with this haul from the Washington Football Team? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below, and stay tuned here at Riggo’s Rag for more draft coverage in the coming week!