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2021 NFL Draft

April 29 - May 1
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2021 NFL Draft: See where all of the Pac-12 stars were selected

Apr 20, 2021

The 2021 NFL Draft kicked off on April 29 with three Pac-12 stars selected in the first round. Over the three-day event, a total of 28 Pac-12 players were selected by NFL squads in the #NFLDraft

For more Pac-12 player profiles in the 2021 NFL Draft, visit And for a draft recap and analysis of selections from #Pac12FB, see below:

Player Position Pac-12 School NFL team Round / Overall Pick
Penei Sewell OT 1st / 7th
Alijah Vera-Tucker OL 1st / 14th
Joe Tryon OLB 1st / 32nd
Player Position Pac-12 School NFL team Round / Overall Pick
Jevon Holland S 2nd / 36th
Levi Onwuzurike DL 2nd / 41st
Walker Little OT 2nd / 45th
Davis Mills QB 3rd / 67th
Osa Odighizuwa DT 3rd / 75th
Paulson Adebo CB 3rd / 76th
Nahshon Wright CB 3rd / 99th
Elijah Molden CB 3rd / 100th
Player Position Pac-12 School NFL team Round / Overall Pick
Jay Tufele DT 4th / 106th
Amon-Ra St. Brown WR 4th / 112th
Drew Dalman C 4th / 114th
Camryn Bynum CB / S 4th / 125th
Keith Taylor CB 5th / 166th
Deommodore Lenoir CB 5th / 172nd
Simi Fehoko WR 5th / 179th
Talanoa Hufanga S 5th / 180th
Frank Darby WR 6th / 187th
Marlon Tuipulotu DT 6th / 189th
Roy Lopez DL 6th / 195th
Gary Brightwell RB 6th / 196th
Will Sherman OL 6th / 197th
Demetric Felton RB 6th / 211th
Brady Breeze S 6th / 215th
Thomas Graham Jr. CB / DB 6th / 228th
Jermar Jefferson RB 7th / 257th

Day 1 Analysis

Penei Sewell— No. 7, Detroit Lions
The Detroit Lions selected Oregon’s star offensive tackle Penei Sewell with the No. 7 overall pick. Sewell is an elite presence on the field and will be used to protect the Lions new quarterback, former Cal star Jared Goff. Hard as it is to believe, Sewell gave up just one sack over 1,376 snaps in two seasons at Oregon. This marks the second straight year that Oregon football has seen a player taken in the top-10, with quarterback Justin Herbert going to the Los Angeles Chargers at No. 6 overall last year.

Joe Tryon — No. 32, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers selected Washington's Joe Tryon with the final pick of the first round. Tryon will be tasked with helping the Bucs defend their title. He should be up to the task. The outside linebacker recorded eight sacks and 12.5 tackles for loss in 2019, his last full season as a Husky. 

Day 3 Recap

Jay Tufele - Round 4, No. 106 overall, Jacksonville Jaguars

Amon-Ra St. Brown - Round 4, No. 112 overall, Detroit Lions

Drew Dalman - Round 4, No. 114 overall, Atlanta Falcons

Camryn Bynum - Round 4, No. 125 overall, Minnesota Vikings

Keith Taylor - Round 5, No. 166 overall, Carolina Panthers

Deommodore Lenoir - Round 5, No. 172 overall, San Francisco 49ers

Simi Fehoko - Round 5, No. 179 overall, Dallas Cowboys

Talanoa Hufanga - Round 5, No. 180 overall, San Francisco 49ers

Frank Darby - Round 6, No. 187 overall, Atlanta Falcons

Marlon Tuipulotu - Round 6, No. 189 overall, Philadelphia Eagles

Roy Lopez - Round 6, No. 195 overall, Houston Texans

Gary Brightwell - Round 6, No. 196 overall, New York Giants

Will Sherman - Round 6, No. 197 overall, New England Patriots

Demetric Felton - Round 6, No. 211 overall, Cleveland Browns

Brady Breeze - Round 6, No. 215 overall, Tennessee Titans

Thomas Graham Jr. - Round 6, No. 228 overall, Chicago Bears

Jermar Jefferson - Round 7, No. 257 overall, Detroit Lions