2021 NFL Draft Rankings: Top 150 Prospects Big Board & Player Grades

Here’s Marcus Mosher’s Top 150 Players Big Board for 2021 NFL Draft Prospect Rankings. Marcus scouts collegiate players ahead of their selection in the NFL Draft and offers his player grades by round for each potential NFL Draft pick.


See all of our features at our full 2021 NFL Draft Preview Guide, with Marcus’ 3-round 2021 NFL Mock Draft, player scouting reports, bet tips, and more.

Read about his process in his feature How To Scout NFL Draft Prospects: 5 Steps To Analyze College Players Like A Pro


2021 NFL Draft Prospect Rankings: Top 150 Players Big Board

Note: Grade is assigned by 2021 NFL Draft prospect’s expected round of selection.

RkPlayerPosSchoolGrade
1Trevor LawrenceQBClemsonELITE
2Kyle PittsTEFloridaELITE
3Ja'Marr ChaseWRLSU1
4Justin FieldsQBOhio State1
5Penei SewellOTOregon1
6Rashawn SlaterOTNorthwestern1
7Patrick Surtain IICBAlabama1
8Azeez OjulariEDGeorgia1
9Zach Wilson QBBYU1
10Christian DarrisawOTVirginia Tech1
11Jaelan PhillipsEDMiami1-2
12Jaycee HornCBSouth Carolina1-2
13Alijah Vera-TuckerOGUSC1-2
14Trey LanceQBNorth Dakota State1-2
15Greg Newsome IICBNorthwestern1-2
16Jeremiah Owusu-KoramoahLBNotre Dame1-2
17Trevon MoehrigFSTCU1-2
18Zaven CollinsLBTulsa2
19Micah ParsonsLBPenn State2
20Jaylen WaddleWRAlabama2
21DeVonta SmithWRAlabama2
22Caleb FarleyCBVirginia Tech2
23Elijah MooreWROle Miss2
24Jayson OwehEDPenn State2
25Teven JenkinsOTOklahoma State2
26Christian BarmoreDTAlabama2
27Travis EtienneRBClemson2
28Rashod BatemanWRMinnesota2
29Kwity PayeEDMichigan2
30Najee HarrisRBAlabama2
31Mac JonesQBAlabama2
32Jevon HollandFSOregon2
33Alex LeatherwoodOTAlabama2
34Samuel CosmiOTTexas2
35Jamin DavisLBKentucky2
36Terrace MarshallWRLSU2
37Kadarius ToneyWRFlorida2
38Liam EichenbergOTNotre Dame2
39Tyson CampbellCBGeorgia2
40Creed HumphreyCOklahoma2
41Tommy TrembleTENotre Dame2-3
42Richie GrantFS Central Florida2-3
43Ifeatu MelifonwuCBSyracuse2-3
44Dillon RadunzOTNorth Dakota State2-3
45Joseph OssaiEDTexas2-3
46Payton TurnerEDHouston2-3
47Joe TryonEDWashington2-3
48Carlos BashamEDWake Forest2-3
49Levi OnwuzurikeDTWashington3
50Baron BrowningLBOhio State3
51Jabril CoxLBLSU3
52Dyami BrownWRNorth Carolina3
53Asante SamuelCBFlorida State3
54Landon DickersonCAlabama3
55Elijah MoldenCBWashington3
56Eric StokesCBGeorgia3
57Trey SermonRBOhio State3
58Nick BoltonLBMissouri3
59Rondale MooreWRPurdue3
60Javonte WilliamsRBNorth Carolina3
61Kelvin JosephCBKentucky3
62Quinn MeinerzCWisconsin-Whitewater3
63Milton WilliamsDTLousiana Tech3
64Brevin JordanTEMiami (FL)3
65Pat FreiermuthTEPenn State3
66Gregory RousseauEDMiami (FL)3
67Daviyon NixonDTIowa3-4
68Paulson AdeboCBStanford3-4
69Ronnie PerkinsEDOklahoma3-4
70Wyatt DavisOGOhio State3-4
71Pete WernerLBOhio State3-4
72Nico Collins WRMichigan3-4
73Walker Little OTStanford3-4
74Kellen MondQBTexas A&M3-4
75Jamar JohnsonSIndiana3-4
76Spencer BrownOTNorthern Iowa3-4
77Jalen MayfieldOGMichigan4
78D'Wayne EskridgeWRWestern Michigan4
79Hamsah NasirildeenSSFlorida State4
80Tommy TogiaiDTOhio State4
81Kyle TraskQBFlorida4
82Davis MillsQBStanford4
83Brady ChristensenOTBYU4
84Aaron RobinsonCBCentral Florida4
85Josh MeyersCOhio State4
86Amon-Ra St. BrownWRUSC4
87Amari RodgersWRClemson4
88Alim McNeil DTNorth Carolina State4
89Michael CarterRBNorth Carolina4
90Seth WilliamsWRAuburn4
91Anthony SchwartzWRAuburn4
92Tutu AtwellWRLouisville4
93Chazz SurrattLBNorth Carolina4
94Ben ClevelandOGGeorgia4
95Marlon TuipulotuDTUSC4
96Deonte BrownOGAlabama4
97Trey SmithOGTennessee4
98Jackson CarmanOGClemson4
99Tylan WallaceWROklahoma State4-5
100Dayo OdeyingboDTVanderbilt4-5
101Hunter LongTEBoston College4-5
102Stone ForystheOTFlorida4-5
103Marvin WilsonDTFlorida State4-5
104Quincy RocheDEMiami (FL)4-5
105Osa OdighizwuaDTUCLA4-5
106Shi SmithWRSouth Carolina4-5
107Kenneth GainwellRBMemphis4-5
108Dylan Moses LBAlabama4-5
109Benjamin St-JusteCBMinnestoa4-5
110Jay TufeleDTUSC5
111Kendrick GreenOGIllnois5
112Aaron BanksOGNotre Dame5
113Charles SnowdenEDVirginia5
114Rashad WeaverEDPittsburgh5
115Robert RochellCBCentral Arkansas5
116Shaun WadeCBOhio State5
117Ar'Darius WashingtonFSTCU5
118Divine DeabloLBVirginia Tech5
119Talanoa HufangaLBUSC5
120Andre CiscoFSSyracuse5
121Tamorrion TerryWRFlorida State5
122James HudsonOTCincinnati5
123Robert HainseyOGNotre Dame5
124Khyiris TongaDTBYU5
125Tyler ShelvinDTLSU5
126Patrick JonesEDPittsburgh5
127Chauncy GolstonEDIowa5
128Cameron SampleEDTulane 5
129Joshua KaindohEDFlorida State5
130Monty RiceLBGeorgia5
131Ambry ThomasCBMichigan5
132Keith TaylorCBWashington5
133Rhamondre StevensonRBOklahoma5
134Khalil HerbertRBVirginia Tech5
135Ben MasonFBMichigan5
136Chuba HubbardRBOklahoma State5
137Jacob HarrisTECentral Florida5-6
138Jaelon DardenWRNorth Texas5-6
139Simi Fehoko WRStanford5-6
140Derrick BarnesLBPurdue5-6
141Tyree GillespieSSMissouri5-6
142Drew Dalman CStanford5-6
143David MooreOGGrambling State5-6
144Jaylon MooreOTWestern Michigan5-6
145Brenden JaimesOTNebraska5-6
146Cade JohnsonWRSouth Dakota State6
147Trevon GrimesWRFlorida6
148Josh PalmerWRTennessee6
149Jamie NewmanQBGeorgia6
150Tre McKittyTEGeorgia6
151Daelin HayesEDNotre Dame6

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