2021 NFL Mock Draft: Bears trade into top 10, Washington Football Team goes offense

Virginia Tech OT Christian Darrisaw. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)
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Clemson QB Trevor Lawrence. (Photo by Alika Jenner/Getty Images)
Clemson QB Trevor Lawrence. (Photo by Alika Jenner/Getty Images) /

A 2021 NFL mock draft ahead of Day 1 of the draft.

The 2021 NFL Draft is just days away. At this point, everyone seems to know the first two picks. After that, it’s anyone’s guess as to what will happen.

The draft starts with the San Francisco 49ers at No. 3 and from there, it will progress and be completely unpredictable. Armed with the 19th pick, the Washington Football Team will have many, many different scenarios that could play out, so they will have to be ready for anything.

Under Ron Rivera, they certainly will be.

Without further ado, here’s a look at a full first-round mock draft, starting with the No. 1 overall pick that has, seemingly, been locked in for years.

player. 52. . Quarterback. Jacksonville Jaguars. Trevor Lawrence. 1

It’s best not to waste too much time on this one. Trevor Lawrence is one of the best quarterback prospects to come into the NFL in recent memory. The only player that can really rival him is Andrew Luck.

Lawrence became a starter at Clemson as a true freshman and played in 40 games during his time with the Tigers. In 36 starts, he posted an insane 34-2 record and demonstrated excellent passing skills.

In three years, Lawrence threw for 10,098 yards, 90 touchdowns, and just 17 interceptions. He also added 943 rushing yards and 18 touchdowns on the ground. He was every bit as good as those numbers indicate.

Lawrence has a terrific arm, a great 6-foot-6 frame, and a very natural throwing motion. His accuracy is superb and so is his ball placement. At the next level, he should find success right off the bat and he could quickly turn the Jaguars into a contender in the AFC South.

This pick is virtually locked in at this point and has been for quite some time. Lawrence has the highest floor of any of the quarterback prospects this year and well may have the highest ceiling as well. No prospect is truly a can’t-miss one, but Lawrence looks about as safe as any quarterback prospect ever will.