2021 NFL Mock Draft: Picks 61-64
61. Buffalo Bills: TE Brevin Jordan, Miami. The Bills have expressed a desire to upgrade the tight end position this offseason. Jordan had seven touchdowns in eight games for Miami last year and would thrive with a quarterback like Josh Allen throwing to him.
62. Green Bay Packers: OL Wyatt Davis, Ohio State. Will the Packers go receiver here? They could, but they also need to address the offensive line at some point. They have a hole at left guard in the wake of Lane Taylor and Rick Wagner’s departures, so adding someone like Wyatt Davis would be a nice move here.
Davis is a steady player who was once considered to be potential first-round pick. He could slot in at one of the guard spots immediately and keep Aaron Rodgers’ protection solid. If Green Bay gets desperate for a receiver, Amon-Ra St. Brown could join his brother Equanimeous in Green Bay, but they will add some pass-catching weapons with their next pick instead.
63. Kansas City Chiefs: OT Walker Little, Stanford. The Chiefs have completely re-made their offensive line this offseason, but they still need a tackle of the future behind Mike Remmers. Lucas Niang could be that guy, but he is unproven after he opted out of his rookie season.
Little was once a potential top-10 pick but injuries and opting out of the 2020 season deflated his stock. Still, he’s big (6-foot-7) and flashed upside as a long-term starter at tackle. He could challenge Niang for the swing role and continue to help the Chiefs make sure that Patrick Mahomes is protected.
64. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: S Richie Grant, UCF. The rich get richer. Or in this case, Richier (I’m sorry, it is 3:32 a.m. and I’m still writing).
The Bucs could use some extra depth at the safety position and Grant is a steal here. The UCF product was a stud at the Senior Bowl and had 10 interceptions in his final three college seasons. He’s a ballhawk and playing him with Antoine Winfield Jr. could be a dangerous combination.