Alabama Football: Mac rises in 2021 NFL Mock Draft 4.0

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29. Green Bay Packers: Terrace Marshall Jr., WR, LSU

The Packers will eventually have to decide when they should cut ties with Aaron Rodgers, but they can kick that can down the road. Drafting a receiver can keep him happy while also helping Green Bay build for the future. Marshall is a solid receiver with great size and surprising speed. He’s not the perfect scheme fit alongside Davante Adams, but he is the best receiver available.

While Marshall opted out before playing against Alabama football’s secondary, he still put plenty of film on tape in 2020. His skillset is different than any other receiver in this class, so that might push him up big boards as well.

30. Buffalo Bills: Eric Stokes, CB, Georgia

The Bills want to be the best team in the AFC, and they are close to competing with the Chiefs. Still, they need to do a few things to get there. They’d love to bolster the offensive line. Adding a running back would help, and they also need to get faster on defense. However, they can address some of these needs in later rounds. Instead, I’m giving them a lockdown corner to help give the secondary depth.

Two of their three AFC East opponents drafted receivers in the first round. If that happens, the Bills need to solve this issue before deciding how to beat Kansas City. If they want a corner who can start soon, this is their last chance to get one.