The New Orleans Saints locked Drew Brees up to an extension this offseason, ensuring that the future Hall of Famer will be their signal-caller for at least the next two seasons. New Orleans has one of the more explosive offenses in football, and even with the talent they have at wideout, they should select one in the first round in 2021.
Chris Olave from Ohio State is one of the premier wideouts in the country, and in 2019, he showed that he can be a guy who lights up the scoreboard. Hauling in passes from Justin Fields, Olave found the end zone 12 times, which meant one in every four receptions he had during the season went for six.
The Baltimore Ravens will be looking to shake off the playoff blues this season, as they have been one-and-done through the first two years with Lamar Jackson as their starter. The reigning MVP has the weapons he needs to continue in his development, so in 2021, the Ravens should look to add to the other side of the ball here at No. 30.
Jay Tufele is one of the more dominating defensive tackles in college football, and would slide in along a defensive line that is getting up there in age. Tufele is not only solid against the run, but he can be a menace in the backfield, as evident by his ten sacks over the last two seasons.
The San Francisco 49ers were the last team standing in the NFC last season, and entering the second half of the Super Bowl, they looked to be on their way to a title. However, Patrick Mahomes did Patrick Mahomes things, and the 49ers blew their second half lead in an 11-point loss to Kansas City.
In the 2021 NFL Draft, they need to address the cornerback room, one that has an aging Richard Sherman, although he is still very good at the position. Tyson Campbell from Georgia would be a perfect player to take the mantle from Sherman, as he is an incredible athlete, is solid in coverage, and is a former five-star recruit.
The Kansas City Chiefs won it all last season, becoming the first Chiefs team to win the Super Bowl in the last 50 years. Led by quarterback Patrick Mahomes, the Chiefs will return most of their starters in 2020, making them the early favorite to once again hoist the Lombardi Trophy.
Trey Hill from Georgia will help solidify the interior of their offensive line, as he could be the first center off the board. He has been the anchor on some Bulldogs teams that have downright dominated the line of scrimmage, and he would be a great protector for Mahomes.
As it stands, unfortunately, the Chiefs are the favorites to win the Super Bowl next season, and they will close out the first round. Of course, every season is different, and you never know what could happen, but if the Chiefs pick at No. 32 next April, that means they went back-to-back.