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The Pro Football Focus senior analysts have released their final mock draft that includes six LSU Tigers.

The 2021 NFL Draft begins Thursday night. Here's where they predict the Tigers to go in the draft.

Round 1:
No. 5: Ja'Marr Chase - Cincinnati Bengals

The Bengals really can't go wrong at No. 5 overall. While it's been a heated debate between Chase, Pitts and Sewell as to who the best option is for Joe Burrow‘s development and Cincinnati's prospects in 2021, all three players are Tier 1 talents in this year's class. Chase is the choice here with Pitts already off the board, but you're splitting hairs when deciding between him or Sewell — both of them should develop into standout performers on Sundays. — Austin Gayle
No. 22: Terrace Marshall Jr. - Tennessee Titans

After a free-agent period where the Titans were stripped of some of their best offensive weapons, the betting market still expects them to select a defensive player. Our mock draft results are more evenly split, with a cornerback or wide receiver by far their most common selection.

Terrace Marshall stands out in a wide receiver class full of prospects with questionable measurements. He could easily step in and fill the Corey Davis role for a team with a massive amount of vacated targets from a season ago.— Ben Brown
Round 2
No. 46: Jabril Cox - New England Patriots

Cox is one of the better coverage linebackers in the draft, grading at 80.0-plus in that department in all three years as a starter. Two of those seasons came at North Dakota State, but he also showed he could hang in the SEC last season with an 83.5 coverage grade at LSU. Cox adds much-needed pass-game versatility to the New England back-seven. — Steve Palazzolo
Round 4
No. 114: Tyler Shelvin - Denver Broncos
No. 158: Kary Vincent Jr. - Houston Texans

Round 7
No. 230: JaCoby Stevens - San Francisco 49ers
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I got 100 downvotes after I said Stevens wouldnt go in top 4 rounds. He may be lucky to be drafted.
Reply9 days
You're looking at predictions, not draft results.
9 days
Shelvin would be a good pick for the Saints in the 4th. The Saints need a NT. So would Stevens at 7. Stevens should be moved to LB.
Reply9 days
Shelvin lost millions for a fake flu
Reply9 days
I take it you personally don't know anybody who has died from it being why you said this. I'm guessing you're an atheist too?
9 days
Right because he would’ve thrived in Bo Pelini’s defense...
9 days
When the NFL gets out of politics, Ill give a shite.
Reply9 days
Yet here you are commenting on it. You'll probably pay attention to the draft results in some form or fashion too while still thinking you're "boycotting".
9 days
Shelvin and Vincent lost a ton of money
Reply9 days
Vincent could have been in the top 2 rounds. Now he'll have to work his way up.
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