Several Crimson Tide players in Way-Too-Early 2021 NFL Mock Draft

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There is a lot of good talent coming out of the 2021 class, and it’s rather exciting to see where everybody will land. There seem to be a plethora of offensive weapons off the board pretty much from start to now, and that does not change with picks 25-32.

Picks 25-32

25.) Las Vegas Raiders- Seth Williams, WR, Auburn

Seth Williams brings the Raiders their final receiver needed to make a run into the postseason. Whether their quarterback is Derek Carr, or Marcus Mariota, playmakers like Josh Jacobs, Henry Ruggs III, and Seth Williams should make any team excited.

26.) San Francisco 49ers- Najee Harris, RB, Alabama

Najee Harris to the 49ers makes too much sense. They just traded Matt Breida to Miami, which leaves them with Roheem Mostert, and Tevin Coleman. Harris is a true three-down back, which would help Jimmy Garoppolo take some stress off.

27.) Tennessee Titans- Rashod Bateman, WR, Minnesota

The Titans just held onto Derrick Henry but now need to get more help for Ryan Tannehill at wide receiver. Bateman from Minnesota posted over 1200 receiving yards last year, as well as 11 touchdowns. He has solid size at 6’2, 210, but is very explosive.

28.) New Orleans Saints- Trey Lance, QB, North Dakota State

Drew Brees will not be the quarterback forever. Lance, which is 6’3, 225 pounds, threw for 28 touchdowns and zero interceptions last season, while also rushing for 1100 yards and 14 more touchdowns. This is a great fit.

29.) Kansas City Chiefs- Tyler Shelvin, DT, LSU

While the Chiefs are still loaded on offense, especially after drafting Clyde Edwards-Helaire from LSU, they need to work on defense, starting by drafting Clyde’s former teammate, Tyler Shelvin. With great size at 6’3, 345 pounds, Shelvin helped limit OU to only 97 rushing yards, which was their low since 2016. After this upcoming season, Shelvin is too good to pass on here.

30.) Green Bay Packers- Terrace Marshall Jr., WR, LSU

Get Aaron Rodgers help, now. Most of the world scratched their heads when the Packers selected quarterback Jordan Love from Utah State when Rodgers really needs help at receiver. Marshall Jr. gives Rodgers the help he needs from day 1 and all is well in the world. At 6’4, 200 pounds, this is easy.

31.) Denver Broncos- LaBryan Ray, DL, Alabama

After landing receivers Jerry Jeudy and KJ Hamler in the 2020 draft, the offense is set. Bradley Chubb gets some assistance on the defensive line from LaBryan Ray, who dealt with injuries in his Crimson Tide career, but has all the potential in the world, as he was able to show some of that potential as a freshman in 2018.

32.) Baltimore Ravens- Creed Humphrey, OL, Oklahoma

It would be absolutely crazy if Humphrey landed this far down in the draft, but there is quite a bit of talent in the 2021 draft box to choose from. The Raves are loaded with Lamar Jackson, Mark Ingram, JK Dobbins, Marquise Brown, Myles Boykin, and Willie Snead IV, but why not go ahead and throw in one of the best offensive linemen in the country when you can never have enough power?

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As you can see, the Alabama Crimson Tide are not lacking talent heading into the 2020 College Football season, nor the 2021 NFL Draft. If all goes as predicted, this would be seven Crimson Tide players selected in just the first round alone, a record. There are many reasons to be excited about this upcoming season, as well as the NFL Draft next year, so stay tuned.