2021 NFL Draft Top 32 Big Board

2021 NFL Draft Top Five One. Justin Fields, Quarterback, Ohio St. Justin is 6'3 230 pounds. He threw for 3,273 yards, 41 passing touchdowns and only had 3 interceptions in his first year as a starter. Along with rushing for over 400 yards and ten touchdowns. https://twitter.com/MrOH1O/status/1268513387417346048?s=20 Two. Trevor Lawrence, Quarterback, Clemson. Trevor

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