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For latest 7-round counterfeit draft, 3 Vols inserted

With the Senior Bowl and Super Bowl done and cleaned the previous two ends of the week, the following enormous occasion on the NFL schedule is the draft, and this week has included a lot of false projections for 2021.

Tennessee had two parts in the Senior Bowl and another lesser leave right on time for the NFL, and every one of the three were remembered for a seven-round counterfeit draft delivered on Friday.

Matt Miller, once of Bleacher Report and now with The Draft Scout, included hostile lineman Trey Smith, wide collector Josh Palmer and protective back Bryce Thompson in his full-draft projection.

Mill operator’s false draft has Smith going to the Jaguars with the 97th in general pick to begin the fourth round, Thompson going to the Browns in the 6th round with the No. 187 generally pick and Palmer going to the Raiders in the seventh round with the 212th pick.

The 2021 NFL Draft is scheduled to start on April 29 with the first adjust and close on May 1.

Smith and Palmer were the two seniors for the Vols in 2020 with Thompson selecting to turn star following his lesser season.

Subsequent to passing on entering the 2020 NFL Draft to get back to Tennessee for his senior season, Smith was broadly projected as a first-round pick all through 2020.

In spite of a second sequential All-SEC mission as the beginning left gatekeeper for the Vols, the previous five-star prospect is projected later in most early fake drafts.

He doesn’t show up in a modest bunch of first-round derides, and extended Smith to go in the third round (90th generally speaking) of his three-round fake delivered recently.

Smith is positioned the No. 28 in general player and No. 6 hostile lineman in the most draft prospect rankings. Smith in his most recent first-round false draft, however positioned him as the No. 26 by and large player on his enormous board.

“After two seasons at left tackle, Smith kicked inside for 12 starts at left guard in 2019, which is where he remained in 2020 and where he projects long term,” McShay wrote.

“He has some injury history but is explosive on the inside, flashing the ability to push defenders right off the ball and overwhelm at the second level. Smith is a mauler, but he tends to fall off blocks too frequently.”

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