Nfl Draft Order

Nfl Draft Order

2021 Nfl Draf

The 2021 NFL Draft was the 86th National Football League Draft, the annual meeting of National Football League (NFL) franchises to select newly eligible players for the 2021 NFL season. The draft was held in Cleveland from April 29 to May 1, 2021.

Tracking the 2022 Nfl Draft Order Through the 2021 Season

The countdown to the end of the season has begun, with just seven more weeks of NFL regular season left. With that, the draft lottery order is slowly starting to come into form.

How Is the Nfl Draft Order Determined?

Before getting to the draft order, it’s important to understand how it’s determined. Teams are arranged in reverse order of regular-season records (worst to best), with the first 18 picks being made up of non-playoff teams. The ordering of playoff teams is also based on regular-season records, in addition to how far they advanced in the postseason. Pick Nos. 19-24 are teams eliminated in the wild card round, 25-28 are those eliminated in the divisional round, 29-30 are the conference runner-ups, 31 is the Super Bowl loser and 32 is the champion.

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No. 4: Lsu Cb Derek Stingley Jr.

Had Tyson Campbell not improved by leaps and bounds over the last month, there is a real chance LSU's Derek Stingley would be No. 1 on this list. Stingley had an up-and-down 2021 before injuries sidelined him for the rest of the season, but there is zero doubt that he is an NFL-ready cover man when healthy. The Jaguars should feel okay about their starting cornerback duo entering 2022, though, as long as Campbell continues to improve and Shaquill Griffin doesn't regress. Stingley is one of the better players on this list, but the Jaguars have bigger needs than cornerback in the top-5.


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