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2021 NFL Draft: Big Boards from around the web give different names as the 16th best player in 2021 NFL Draft

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With the 2021 NFL Draft nine days away most draft analyst are finalizing or have finalized their 2021 NFL Draft big boards.

So, who are the players they slot in as the 16th best player in the 2021 NFL Draft?

Let’s take a look at the 16th ranked players from around the draft universe.

Pro Football Focus -

S TREVON MOEHRIG, TCU

Trevon Moehrig has some of the best ball production you’ll see from a safety prospect, as he led all FBS safeties in pass breakups in each of the past two seasons. At 6-foot-2, 202 pounds, Moehrig has ideal size and physicality for the position, as well.

Gil Brandt -

16 Caleb Farley
Virginia Tech · CB
Height: 6-1 1/2. Weight: 210.

Farley overcame early injuries in his career to become a top cornerback, recording six picks and 19 passes defensed in 2018-19. I’m not moving Farley much despite his recent back procedure. There are different opinions about him from a medical standpoint, but if he can stay healthy, he’s a really good player.

The Draft Network -

16. Patrick Surtain II
Alabama - CB
Height: 6-1 Weight: 203lbs

Tony Pauline -

16. Azeez Ojulari
Georgia - Edge
Height: 6-2 Weight: 249lbs

Daniel Jeremiah -

16 Jaycee Horn
South Carolina · CB · Junior

Horn is a big, physical cornerback with plenty of speed and instincts. He’s physical with his hands to consistently re-route in press coverage. He is fluid when he opens up and can run/stay in phase with vertical routes. His short-area quickness is good for a big cornerback. However, he has some bad habits to break in off coverage. He catches and grabs too much. He will draw a lot of flags at the next level if that doesn’t get cleaned up. He does do a good job of locating and playing the ball downfield. He has outstanding hands to finish with the ball. He is more than willing in run support (see: huge hit versus Auburn). Overall, Horn needs to play with more confidence from off coverage (to avoid panicking and grabbing), but he has the skills to excel right away as a press-man cornerback.

CBS Sports

Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah
Notre Dame - LB
Height: 6-1 Weight: 215lbs

Sporting News

16. Kwity Paye, EDGE, Michigan (6-4, 272 pounds)

Paye is a freakish athlete based on his size and quickness with some versatility to also line up inside and rush the passer that way.

Bleacher Report

16. Patrick Surtain II,
Alabama - CB
Height: 6-1 Weight: 203lbs