2021 NFL Draft: Buddy’s final top 10 positional rankings

Thursday night’s NFL Draft can’t get here soon enough. The E2G Sports team can’t sleep. We’re all giddy with anticipation. Our E2G Draft Day party is this Saturday, which you should all RSVP for! Good things are happening, but like a kid on Christmas Eve, we can’t wait any longer!

So, what did I decide to do with all this energy? Put it to use. We’ve brought you our E2G Sports first-round mock draft. Then we published our top 100 NFL Draft board. So, why don’t we do a top 10 positional rankings? Why not put all this knowledge on the page?

Well, that’s exactly what I did. Here are my top 10 for each position going into Thursday Night’s 2021 NFL Draft.

Quarterbacks

  1. Trevor Lawrence – Clemson

  2. Zach Wilson – BYU

  3. Justin Fields – Ohio St

  4. Trey Lance – North Dakota St

  5. Mac Jones – Alabama

  6. Kyle Trask – Florida

  7. Davis Mills – Stanford

  8. Kellen Mond – Texas A&M

  9. Jamie Newman – Georgia via Wake Forest

  10. K.J Costello – Mississippi St

One scout's comparison: Ben Roethlisberger In which round would you draft Florida's Kyle Trask? 📚 https://t.co/j6Cmi2p6BU pic.twitter.com/bTLYAuzhHl — The Athletic (@TheAthletic) April 23, 2021

Running Backs

  1. Najee Harris – Alabama

  2. Travis Etienne – Clemson

  3. Javonte Williams -UNC

  4. Michael Carter – UNC

  5. Rhamondre Stevenson – Oklahoma

  6. Khalil Herbert – VaTech

  7. Kylin Hill – Mississippi St

  8. Kenneth Gainwell – Memphis

  9. Trey Sermon – Ohio St

  10. Jermar Jefferson – Oregon St

Which offense would be more dangerous with Najee Harris? pic.twitter.com/RsHaOlFSqA — B/R Gridiron (@brgridiron) April 22, 2021

Wide Receivers

  1. Ja’Marr Chase – LSU

  2. Jaylen Waddle – Alabama

  3. Rashod Bateman – Minnesota

  4. DeV0nta Smith – Alabama

  5. Rondale Moore – Purdue

  6. Terrace Marshall Jr. – LSU

  7. Kadarius Toney – Florida

  8. Nico Collins – Michigan

  9. Elijah Moore – Ole Miss

  10. Jaelon Darden – North Texas

ESPN analyst Mel Kiper Jr. makes case for Packers to select Minnesota wide receiver Rashod Bateman with No. 29 overall pick in 2021 NFL Draft:https://t.co/LGmRCMCdkO pic.twitter.com/FBjrtw9DlB — 247Sports (@247Sports) April 22, 2021

Tight Ends

  1. Kyle Pitts – Florida

  2. Pat Freiermuth – Penn St

  3. Brevin Jordan – Miami

  4. Hunter Long – BC

  5. Tommy Tremble – Pitt

  6. Tre’ McKitty – Georgia

  7. Kenny Yeboah – Ole Miss

  8. Cary Angeline – NC State

  9. Kylen Granson – SMU

  10. Matt Bushman – BYU

Penn State tight end Pat Freiermuth is proudly representing Massachusetts as he enters the NFL https://t.co/jAa7YqEuIY pic.twitter.com/G50xIuoX1zBoston.com (@BostonDotCom) April 27, 2021

Offensive Tackles

  1. Penei Sewell – Oregon

  2. Rashawn Slater – Northwestern

  3. Christian Darrisaw – VA Tech

  4. Teven Jenkins – Oklahoma St

  5. Jalen Mayfield – Michigan

  6. Samuel Cosmi – Texas

  7. Alex Leatherwood – Alabama

  8. Spencer Brown – Northern Iowa

  9. Dillon Radunz – North Dakota St

  10. Liam Eichenberg – Notre Dame

Justin Herbert doing his best to get Penei Sewell to the Chargers. https://t.co/XsJXT4TmYp — ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) April 25, 2021

Interior Offensive Line

  1. Alijah Vera-Tucker – USC

  2. Landon Dickerson – Alabama

  3. Creed Humphrey – Oklahoma

  4. Wyatt Davis – Ohio St

  5. Quinn Meinerz – Wisconsin-Whitewater

  6. Deonte Brown – Alabama

  7. Tommy Kraemer – Notre Dame

  8. Sadarius Hutcherson – South Carolina

  9. Ben Cleveland – Georgia

  10. Aaron Banks – Notre Dame

A new https://t.co/232dMr1Mrh mock draft has Ohio State OL Wyatt Davis heading to the Cleveland Browns in the fourth round.https://t.co/ZmiGCVzWjK pic.twitter.com/1ew3OwfCmd — 247Sports (@247Sports) April 25, 2021

EDGE

  1. Kwity Paye – Michigan

  2. Azeez Ojulari – Georgia

  3. Gregory Rousseau – Miami

  4. Jaelan Phillips – Miami

  5. Joe Tryon – Washington

  6. Jayson Oweh – Penn St

  7. Carlos Basham Jr – Wake Forest

  8. Joseph Ossai – Texas

  9. Ronnie Perkins – Oklahoma

  10. Dayo Odeyingbo – Vanderbilt

Named after his grandfather who couldn’t escape Civil War. Named by his mother who did — twice. When Kwity Paye hears his name called, remember this incredible story. @OfficialKwity pic.twitter.com/zlyNn9g0nq — NFL (@NFL) April 27, 2021

Interior Defensive Line

  1. Christian Barmore – Alabama

  2. Milton Williams – Louisiana Tech

  3. Tyler Shelvin – LSU

  4. Daviyon Nixon – Iowa

  5. Levi Onwuzurike – Washington

  6. Tommy Togiai – Ohio St

  7. Khyiris Tonga – BYU

  8. Bobby Brown III – Texas A&M

  9. Jay Tufele – USC

  10. Marlon Tuipulotu – USC

Tyler Shelvin could be a big steal later in the NFL Draft https://t.co/RPDdmpPICa — The Boston Globe (@BostonGlobe) April 25, 2021

Off Ball Linebackers

  1. Micah Parsons – Penn St

  2. Jeremiah Owusu Koramoah – Notre Dame

  3. Baron Browning – Ohio St

  4. Zaven Collins – Tulsa

  5. Jamin Davis – Kentucky

  6. Jabril Cox – LSU

  7. Cameron McGrone – Michigan

  8. Dylan Moses – Alabama

  9. Monty Rice – Georgia

  10. Charles Snowden – Virginia

Bills could draft Notre Dame star Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah as insurance for Matt Milano https://t.co/uiopeYITzo — The Buffalo News (@TheBuffaloNews) April 23, 2021

Cornerbacks

  1. Patrick Surtain II – Alabama

  2. Jaycee Horn – South Carolina

  3. Caleb Farley – VA Tech

  4. Erik Stokes – Georgia

  5. Asante Samuel Jr. – FSU

  6. Ifeatu Melifonwu – Syracuse

  7. Bryan Mills – North Carolina Central

  8. Greg Newsome II – Northwestern

  9. Elijah Molden – Washington

  10. Shaun Wade – Ohio St

Shades of another @AlabamaFTBL great are in CB Patrick Surtain II's game. 🐘 (via @MoveTheSticks) 📺: 2021 #NFLDraft — April 29 – May 1 on NFLN/ESPN/ABC pic.twitter.com/nXUbDdu7WL — NFL (@NFL) April 11, 2021

Safeties

  1. Trevon Moehrig – TCU

  2. Richie Grant – UCF

  3. Hamsah Nasirildenn – FSU

  4. Ar’Darius Washington – TCU

  5. JaCoby Stevens – LSU

  6. Divine Deablo – VA Tech

  7. Jamar Johnson – Indiana

  8. Andre Cisco – Syracuse

  9. James Wiggins – Cincinnati

  10. Jevon Holland – Oregon

Draft Week is finally here! 😈🐸🆙 Be sure to watch the #NFLDraft April 29 to May 1 on @nflnetwork #GoFrogs pic.twitter.com/NYd44fva9F — TCU Football (@TCUFootball) April 26, 2021


You would think that writing this would make me tired… Nope. I’m still excited, still anxious, and still pumped.

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