2021 NFL Draft: Prospects 91 – 100
91. Jackson Carman, iOL, Clemson
92. Marlon Tuipulotu, DL, USC
93. Derrick Barnes, LB, Purdue
94. Kelvin Joseph, CB, Kentucky
95. Quincy Roche, EDGE, Miami
96. Hunter Long, TE, Boston College
97. Ihmir Smith-Marsette, WR, Iowa
98. Thomas Graham Jr., CB, Oregon
99. Trey Smith, iOL, Tennessee
100. Ar’Darius Washington, S, TCU
The final-10 kicks off with former Clemson left tackle Jackson Carman. Carman just doesn’t have the lateral mobility to remain at left tackle in the NFL, but a move inside to guard could help him maximize his potential as a powerful run blocker.
I’m probably a bit lower on Kelvin Joseph than most. His vision gives me concerns and his overall lack of ball awareness at the catch point could be a significant downfall.
The athletic traits are obvious, but there are legitimate maturity concerns too that would make me reconsider spending a Day 2 pick on Joseph.
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Iowa’s Ihmir Smith-Marsette cracks the top-100 as the 16th wide receiver on this list. He probably won’t be drafted until Day 3, but he was held back by a poor Iowa passing game and is a candidate to be more productive in the NFL than he was in college.
Tennessee offensive guard Trey Smith is a highly-decorated college lineman who, at one point, was a potential first-round pick. Medicals are a concern and his draft stock has plummeted, but his size and raw power still give him a high ceiling.
And finally, player No. 100 is TCU safety Ar’Darius Washington. Washington’s lack of size (at just 5-foot-8) gives him serious bust potential, but he’s one of the rangiest safeties in this class and his coverage ability should at least allow him to contribute in the nickel.
Top players left out (in no particular order): Tyson Campbell (CB), Deonte Brown (iOL), Jay Tufele (DL), Aaron Banks (iOL), Daviyon Nixon (DL), Davis Mills (QB), James Hudson (OT), Dayo Odeyingbo (EDGE), Stone Forsythe (OT), Hamsah Nasirildeen (S), Tutu Atwell (WR), Chazz Surratt (LB), Robert Rochell (CB), Anthony Schwartz (WR), Robert Hainsey (OG)