With an unprecedented draft process taking place for the 2021 NFL Draft, I figured I’d do something new by introducing my first-ever NFL Draft guide!
I’ve been slowly but surely unleashing lots of NFL Draft content here over the past few months, but if you’re looking for a big, easy-to-read summary of everything I’ve been doing in my scouting for the 2021 draft, I highly recommend checking my draft guide out.
For just $5, you will have access to my full top 375 big board, a 7-round mock draft, in-depth scouting reports with scheme fits and landing spots for my top 30 prospects, a long-term positional outlook for the Bears, and insight as to how I grade my prospects.
With 68 pages of descriptive analysis that’s easy to comprehend and can be printed and converted into a hard copy with ease, my draft guide will be helpful regardless of your current draft knowledge. If you’re new to draft analysis, then you’ll be giving a strong boost to increase your awareness of this year’s class. If you’ve already been preparing for the draft for months, then you’ll be made aware of some later-round prospects that I’m particularly high on.
As a sneak peak, here is the haul that I had the Bears coming away with in my 7-round mock draft. Keep in mind that I didn’t include trades, admittedly making it tougher for them to acquire a quarterback early.
- Round 1: Texas OT Samuel Cosmi
- Round 2: Ole Miss WR Elijah Moore
- Round 3: Florida State SAF Hamsah Nasirildeen
- Round 5: Wake Forest QB Jamie Newman
- Round 6: Pittsburgh C Jimmy Morrissey
- Round 6: UAB WR Austin Watkins
- Round 6: Oregon CB Thomas Graham Jr.
- Round 7: Duke EDGE Chris Rumph II
If you’re interested, you can sign up and receive access to the guide on my Patreon here.