2021 NFL Mock Draft: Re-drafting Day 2, Washington Football Team picks

Oklahoma State OT Teven Jenkins. (Photo by Brett Deering/Getty Images)
Oklahoma State OT Teven Jenkins. (Photo by Brett Deering/Getty Images) /
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Texas EDGE Joseph Ossai. (Photo by John E. Moore III/Getty Images)
Texas EDGE Joseph Ossai. (Photo by John E. Moore III/Getty Images) /

2021 NFL Mock Draft: Picks 57-60

57. Los Angeles Rams: EDGE Joseph Ossai, Texas. Back-to-back picks, back-to-back teams make their first selection of this year’s draft. The Rams have few weaknesses, if any, but they could stand to add some talent on the edge. Ossai is a phenomenal value here, as he’s a very athletic player that could thrive in Los Angeles’ 3-4 scheme.

Ossai was had 10.5 sacks combined over his last two college seasons and perhaps working with Raheem Morris will give him a chance to emerge as a more productive threat off the edge. Either way, he’s a good value here for the Rams so they’ll be happy to scoop him up.

58. Kansas City Chiefs: EDGE Carlos Basham, Wake Forest. Here’s another team that could use some pass rush help. Outside of Frank Clark and Chris Jones, the Chiefs don’t have much.

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Basham had 15 sacks in his final 19 collegiate games and sports a 6-foot-5, 285-pound frame. He easily could go earlier than this, but in an offense-heavy draft, the Chiefs get a steal with what is also their first selection.

59. Cleveland Browns: WR Rondale Moore, Purdue. The Browns could use a productive third receiver to pair with Odell Beckham Jr. and Jarvis Landry. Moore is a nice value here. He’s small at 5-foot-7, but he’s a speedy player that has experience as a receiver and a running back.

The Browns could use him as a weapon in the slot and could move him all over the place to create mismatches on defense. He may not be a perfect fit since Landry is somewhat of a slot player, but Kevin Stefanski can surely figure out a way to make this work.

60. New Orleans Saints: WR Dyami Brown, North Carolina. After reaching for Payton Turner in Round 1, the Saints follow a more traditional board in Round 2. Brown is another speed threat at receiver, and he averaged over 1,000 yards and 10 TDs in his last two seasons with a yards per catch average north of 20.

Brown would complement Michael Thomas well, as he’s more of a downfield threat than Thomas, a possession receiver that can make plays on any ball. This would help set up the Jameis Winston/Taysom Hill combo for success in 2021.