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February update: Who are the 16th ranked players on the 2021 NFL Big Boards?

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Last month we took a look at the NFL Draft Big Boards from around the web. It was to get an idea of the prospects and how others view them.

It is also a way to keep track of how things change over the course of the 2021 NFL Draft season.

Let’s take a look.

Pro Football Focus (Prev - Christian Darrisaw)

16. CB PATRICK SURTAIN, ALABAMA

You won’t find a better combination of size, length and technique in the draft. All Surtain doesn’t have is the high-end speed you’d like when drafting a corner early.

Daniel Jeremiah (No Change)

16) Trevon Moehrig, S School: TCU | Year: Junior

Draft Network (Prev - Travis Etienne)

16. Kwity Paye, Edge - Michigan

New Big Boards

Sporting News

16. Alijah Vera-Tucker, G, USC (6-4, 300 pounds)

Vera-Tucker is a powerful inside presence and also some potential to play on the outside at right tackle if he can round out his game. His natural tools have gotten him notice to climb up draft boards.

Draft Wire

16. Najee Harris, RB - Alabama

Changes all over and to be frank, outside of Moehring the Cardinals could use any of the players ranked 16th.

If I had to rank them from this list:

  1. Surtain
  2. Vera-Tucker
  3. Paye
  4. Harris
  5. Moehring

How would you rank them for the Cardinals?