2021 NFL Mock Draft: BYU quarterback Zach Wilson enters the top 5

Zach Wilson, BYU Cougars. (Mandatory Credit: Rick Bowmer/Pool Photo-USA TODAY NETWORK)
Zach Wilson, BYU Cougars. (Mandatory Credit: Rick Bowmer/Pool Photo-USA TODAY NETWORK) /
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Alex Leatherwood, Alabama Crimson Tide
Alex Leatherwood, Alabama Crimson Tide. (USA Today) /

Offensive Tackle. Jacksonville Jaguars. Alex Leatherwood. 29. player. 52.

The Jacksonville Jaguars hold the Los Angeles Rams’ first-round pick in 2021, and with the selection, they get some added protection for No. 2 overall pick, Justin Fields. Alex Leatherwood is a player who can play up and down the line and has the size and strength to be a starting left tackle at the NFL level eventually.

124. . Wide Receiver. Kansas City Chiefs. Rashod Bateman. 30. player

The Kansas City Chiefs took control of the AFC West on Sunday night, beating the Las Vegas Raiders in an instant classic between those two rivals. Likely headed for a deep run through the playoffs, Kansas City will be picking late in round one, and in Rashod Bateman, they give Patrick Mahomes another dangerous weapon to work with.

Joseph Ossai. 31. player. 15. . Linebacker. New Orleans Saints

The New Orleans Saints are currently the class of the NFC, and you can be sure that they will be one of the last teams standing. On defense, they still have some work to do, and late in the first round, adding a quality linebacker like Joseph Ossai actually improves one of the few weak spots along their impressive roster.

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. Quarterback. Pittsburgh Steelers. Kyle Trask. 32. player. 55

The Pittsburgh Steelers are one of a handful of teams in NFL history to go into Thanksgiving week with an undefeated record. A lot of that has to do with getting Ben Roethlisberger, and while he is still playing excellent football, selecting Kyle Trask at the bottom of the first round gives the team a plan for the position when Big Ben is ready to hang them up.