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Live Updates: Rounds 2-3 of the 2021 NFL Draft

Live picks and information as Alabama looks to increase its number of players drafted after its initial six players from Thursday's first round

Round 3

(picks in descending order)

  • The Third Round of the 2021 NFL Draft is officially open. The Jacksonville Jaguars are on the clock.
  • Pick No. 65: The Jacksonville Jaguars select safety Andre Cisco of Syracuse.
  • Pick No. 66: The Minnesota Vikings select quarterback Kellen Mond of Texas A&M.
  • Pick No. 67: The Houston Texans select quarterback Davis Mills of Stanford.
  • Pick No. 68: The Falcons select offensive tackle Jalen Mayfield of Michigan.
  • Pick No. 69: The Bengals select defensive end Joseph Ossai of Texas
  • Pick No. 70: The Panthers select offensive tackle Brady Christensen of BYU
  • Pick No. 71: The Giants select cornerback Aaron Robinson of UCF.
  • Pick No. 72: The Lions select defensive tackle Alim McNeill of NC State.
  • Pick No. 73: The Eagles select defensive tackle Milton Williams of Louisiana Tech.
  • Pick No. 74: Washington selects cornerback Benjamin St. Juste of Minnesota.
  • Pick No. 75: The Cowboys select defensive tackle Osa Odighizuwa of UCLA
  • Pick No. 76: The Saints select cornerback Paulson Adebo of Stanford.
  • Pick No. 77: The Chargers select wide reicever Josh Palmer of Tennessee.
  • Pick No. 78: The Vikings select linebacker Chazz Surratt of North Carolina.
  • Pick No. 79 & 80: The Raiders have selected safety Divine Deablo of Virginia Tech and linebacker Malcolm Koonce of Buffalo.
  • Pick No. 81: The Dolphins select tight end Hunter Long of Boston College.
  • Pick No. 82: Washington selects wide receiver Dyami Brown of North Carolina.
  • Pick No 83: Carolina Panthers select tight end Tommy Tremble of Notre Dame.
  • Pick No. 84: Dallas Cowboys select defensive end Chauncey Golston of Iowa.
  • Pick No. 85: The Green Bay Packers select wide receiver Amari Rodgers of Clemson.
  • Pick No. 86: The Minnesota Vikings select guard Wyatt Davis of Ohio State.
  • Pick No. 87: The Pittsburgh Steelers select guard Kendrick Green of Illinois.
  • Pick No. 88: The San Francisco 49ers select running back Trey Sermon of Ohio State.
  • Pick No. 89: The Houston Texans select wide receiver Nico Collins of Michigan.
  • Pick No. 90: The Minnesota Vikings select defensive end Patrick Jones of Pitt.
  • Pick No. 91: The Cleveland Browns select wide receiver Anthony Schwartz of Auburn. Schwartz is the first Auburn player drafted.
  • Pick No. 92: The Tennessee Titans select linebacker Monty Rice of Georgia.
  • Pick No. 93: The Buffalo Bills select offensive tackle Spencer Brown of Northern Iowa.
  • Pick No. 94: The Baltimore Ravens select guard Ben Cleveland of Georgia.
  • Pick No. 95: The Tampa Bay Buccaneers select offensive tackle Robert Hainsey of Notre Dame.
  • Pick No. 96: The New England Patriots select defensive end Ronnie Perkins of Oklahoma.
  • Pick No. 97: The Los Angeles Chargers select tight end Tre' McKitty of Georgia.
  • Pick No. 98: The Denver Broncos select guard Quinn Meinerz of Wisconsin-Whitewater.
  • Pick No. 99: The Dallas Cowboys select defensive back Nahshon Wright of Oregon State.
  • Pick No. 100: The Tennessee Titans select cornerback Elijah Molden of Washington.
  • Pick No. 101: The Detroit Lions select cornerback Ifeatu Melifonwu of Syracuse.
  • Pick No. 102: The San Francisco 49ers select cornerback Ambry Thomas of Michigan.
  • Pick No. 103: The Los Angeles Rams select linebacker Ernest Jones of South Carolina.
  • Pick No. 104: The Baltimore Ravens select cornerback Brandon Stephens of SMU.
  • Pick No 105: In the final pick of the third round, the Denver Broncos select linebacker Baron Browning of Ohio State.
  • Round 3 of the 2021 NFL Draft has concluded.

Round 2

(picks in descending order)

  • The Second Round of the 2021 NFL Draft is officially open. The Jacksonville Jaguars are on the clock. They will have seven minutes to make their first selection.
  • Pick No. 33: With the first pick of the second round, the Jaguars select defensive back Tyson Campbell of Georgia. Tyson was the high school teammate of Alabama cornerback Patrick Surtain II.
  • The New York Jets are on the clock.
  • Pick No. 34: With the 34th overall pick of the 2021 NFL Draft, the Jets select wide receiver Elijah Moore of Ole Miss.
  • The Atlanta Falcons are on the clock.
  • Atlanta is trading the No. 35 pick to the Denver Broncos.
  • Pick No. 35: With the No. 35 pick in the draft, the Broncos select running back Javonte Williams of North Carolina. The Broncos clearly wanted to jump ahead of Miami in order to swipe a running back.
  • The Miami Dolphins are on the clock.
  • Pick No. 36: With the 36th pick of the 2021 NFL Draft, the Dolphins select safety Jevon Holland of Oregon.
  • The Philadelphia Eagles are on the clock.
  • Pick No. 37: With the 37th pick, the Eagles select center Landon Dickerson of Alabama. Dickerson is the seventh Crimson Tide player off of the board.
  • With that pick, the Eagles now have quarterback Jalen Hurts, wide receiver DeVonta Smith and center Landon Dickerson — all former teammates at Alabama.
  • The Cincinnati Bengals have traded the No. 38 pick to the New England Patriots. It is highly likely that the Patriots have traded up to select Alabama defensive lineman Christian Barmore.
  • The New England Patriots are on the clock.
  • Pick No. 38: With the 38th pick of the draft, the Patriots select defensive tackle Christian Barmore of Alabama. Barmore is now the eighth Alabama player drafted in the 2021 draft. That makes two Alabama players for the Patriots this draft.
  • With that pick, Alabama football has now set the record for the most picks ever from a single team in the first 50 players. The Crimson Tide did it in the first 38 picks.
  • The Carolina Panthers have traded the 39th pick to the Chicago Bears.
  • Pick No. 39: With the 39th pick, the Bears select offensive tackle Teven Jenkins of Oklahoma State.
  • The Atlanta Falcons are now on the clock.
  • Pick No. 40: With the 40th pick of the 2021 NFL Draft, the Falcons select safety Richie Grant of UCF.
  • The Detroit Lions are on the clock.
  • Pick No. 41: With the 41st pick of the draft, the Lions select defensive tackle Levi Onwuzerike of Washington.
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  • The Dolphins are back on the clock. The Giants were originally supposed to pick at 42, but traded it to the Dolphins.
  • We have another pick trade as San Francisco trades No. 43 to the Las Vegas Raiders.
  • Pick No. 42: With the 42nd pick, the Dolphins select offensive tackle Liam Eichenberg of Notre Dame.
  • Now with the trade completed, the Raiders are now on the clock.
  • Pick No. 43: With the 43rd pick of the 2021 NFL Draft, the Raiders select defensive back Trevon Moehrig of TCU. Moehrig will be joining Alex Leatherwood of Alabama as a member of the Raiders' 2021 draft class.
  • The Dallas Cowboy are on the clock.
  • Pick No. 44: With the 44th pick, the Cowboys select defensive back Kelvin Joseph of Kentucky. Joseph was one of the few players that intercepted Mac Jones last season.
  • The Jaguars are back on the clock.
  • Pick No. 45: With the 45th pick of the draft, the Jaguars select offensive tackle Walker Little of Stanford. Little hasn't played in two years due to being hurt prior to the 2019 season and opting out of the 2020 season.
  • The Cincinnati Bengals are on the clock.
  • Pick No. 46: With pick No. 46, the Bengals select offensive tackle Jackson Carman of Clemson.
  • The Los Angeles Chargers are on the clock.
  • Pick No. 47: With the 47th pick of the 2021 NFL Draft, the Chargers select defensive back Asante Samuel Jr. of Florida State.
  • The San Francisco 49ers are on the clock.
  • While there have been four pick trades so far in this second round, the trading has quieted down.
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  • Pick No. 48: With the 48th pick of the draft, the 49ers select guard Aaron Banks of Notre Dame. The 49ers have found a guard to protect new quarterback in NDSU's Trey Lance. Four of the five teams that drafted quarterbacks in the first round have now drafted an offensive lineman.
  • The Arizona Cardinals are on the clock.
  • Pick No. 49: With the No. 49 pick, the Cardinals select wide receiver Rondale Moore of Purdue.
  • The New York Giants are now on the clock. The Giants traded down to No. 50 with the Dolphins from No. 42.
  • Pick No. 50: With the 50th pick of the NFL Draft, the Giants select linebacker Azeez Ojulari of Georgia.
  • The Washington Football Team is on the clock.
  • Pick No. 51: With the 51st pick, Washington selects offensive tackle Samuel Cosmi of Texas.
  • The Carolina Panthers are on the clock.
  • The Panthers have traded the 52nd pick to the Cleveland Browns.
  • Pick No. 52: With the 52nd pick, the Browns select linebacker Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah of Notre Dame.
  • The Tennessee Titans are on the clock.
  • Pick No. 53: With the 53rd pick of the 2021 NFL Draft, the Titans select offensive tackle Dillon Radunz of NDSU.
  • The Indianapolis Colts are on the clock.
  • Pick No. 54: With the 54th pick, the Colts select defensive end Dayo Odeyingbo of Vanderbilt.
  • The Pittsburgh Steelers are on the clock.
  • Pick No. 55: With the 55th pick of the draft, the Steelers select tight end Pat Freiermuth of Penn State.
  • The Seattle Seahawks are now on the clock. The 56th pick will be the Seahawks' first pick of the draft.
  • Pick No. 56: With the 56th pick of the 2021 NFL Draft, the Seahawks select wide receiver D'Wayne Eskridge of Western Michigan.
  • The Los Angeles Rams are on the clock. Like the Seahawks, this will be the first pick for the Rams in the draft.
  • Pick No. 57: With the 57th pick, the Rams select wide receiver Tutu Atwell of Louisville.
  • The Kansas City Chiefs are on the clock. They are the final team of the draft that has not yet made a selection.
  • Pick No. 58: With the 58th pick, the Chiefs select linebacker Nick Bolton of Missouri.
  • The Carolina Panthers are on the clock.
  • Pick No. 59: With the 59th pick of the 2021 NFL Draft, the Panthers select wide receiver Terrace Marshall Jr. of LSU.
  • The New Orleans Saints are on the clock.
  • Pick No. 60: With the 60th pick, the Saints select linebacker Pete Werner of Ohio State.
  • The Buffalo Bills are on the clock.
  • Pick No. 61: With the 61st pick of the draft, the Bills select defensive end Carlos Basham Jr. of Wake Forest.
  • The Green Bay Packers are on the clock.
  • Pick No. 62: With the 62nd pick, the Packers select center Josh Myers of Ohio State.
  • The Chiefs are back on the clock.
  • Pick No. 63: With the 63rd pick of the 2021 NFL Draft, the Chiefs select center Creed Humphrey of Oklahoma.
  • The Buccaneers have the last pick of the second round and are on the clock.
  • Pick No. 64: With the final pick of the second round, the Buccaneers select quarterback Kyle Trask of Florida.
  • And with that, the second round is concluded.

First Round Recap

Since Nick Saban has arrived at the University of Alabama, the NFL Draft has become its own recruiting pitch.

After the first round of the 2021 event on Thursday night, the legendary coach now has 39 first-round selections since 2009. That's 16 more than the 23 losses he has piled up in 14 seasons.

"I feel like such a proud papa," Saban said on the draft broadcast.

Of the six who were chosen on Thursday, wide outs Jaylen Waddle and Devonta Smith went No. 6 and No. 10 overall to the Miami Dolphins and Philadelphia Eagles, respectively, while cornerback Patrick Surtain II was chosen with the ninth pick by the Denver Broncos, quarterback Mac Jones landed in the New England Patriots' lap at No. 15, offensive lineman Alex Leatherwood became one of the surprise picks on the night at No. 17 to the Las Vegas Raiders and running back Najee Harris became the face of the Pittsburgh Steelers rushing attack at No. 24.

Six first-round picks tied Miami's record, which was set in 2004.

The Crimson Tide is looking to do more damage on Friday, with maybe four more selections in rounds two and three.

Defensive tackle Christian Barmore is, arguably, the best overall remaining player on the board and Landon Dickerson headlines the remaining interior offensive lineman available.

Both of those players are projected to hear their names rather quickly on Friday.

Meanwhile, linebacker Dylan Moses, who played the 2020 season with an injured knee, and offensive lineman Deonte Brown could both go anywhere from mid-second to anywhere in the third.

Regardless, Alabama fans should be in for another treat of seeing former Crimson Tide standouts achieve their professional dreams. Here is all of the information on how to watch day two of the 2021 NFL draft:

2021 NFL Draft Day Two Information

Where: Several locations in Cleveland, Ohio: FirstEnergy Stadium, the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and the Great Lakes Science Center.

When: 6 p.m. CT, Friday

TV: ABC, ESPN, NFL Network

Online: FuboTV, ESPN app, NFL app

2020 Draft: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 NFL Draft was moved from its original location in Las Vegas to a virtual event. NFL commissioner Roger Goodell announced the picks of each round from the basement of his home. While the annual draft attracts viewers from around the world each and every year, last year was an even more special occasion as it marked a return of sorts of sports to the United States. In total, four Alabama players were selected in the first round of the draft, including quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, offensive tackle Jedrick Wills Jr. and wide receivers Henry Ruggs III and Jerry Jeudy. The Crimson Tide had five players go on Day Two last year in safety Xavier McKinney, cornerback Trevon Diggs, defensive end Raekwon Davis, and linebackers Terrell Lewis and Anfernee Jennings.

Draft History: The first NFL draft was held in 1936 in Philadelphia. While the process has come along way from 90 college players' names being written on a chalkboard for franchises to mull over and pick from, the principle of the draft remains the same: to pick the best that college football has to offer to suit each team's needs. While the first draft didn't have any media coverage, the first televised draft took place on the fledgling ESPN in 1980. Since that time, the event has grown to become one of the largest annual NFL events, second only to the Super Bowl in terms of fan anticipation.