13 NFL prospects to attend draft on-site in Cleveland

Liz Mathews
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The 2021 NFL draft is going to look a little different once again this year due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

The good news this season is that at least some of the draft activities will be in person, with select events even open to fans.

As of this date, 13 prospects will be attending the draft on-site in Cleveland, per the NFL’s press release.

Christian Barmore

Alabama

Gregory Rousseau

Miami (Fla.)

Ja’Marr Chase

LSU

Rashawn Slater

Northwestern

Caleb Farley

Virginia Tech

Devonta Smith

Alabama

Mac Jones

Alabama

Patrick Surtain II

Alabama

Trey Lance

North Dakota State

Jaylen Waddle

Alabama

Micah Parsons

Penn State

Zach Wilson

BYU

Kyle Pitts

Florida

In addition, 45 prospects will be participating in the draft events virtually.

Carlos Basham

Wake Forest

Jalen Mayfield

Michigan

Rashod Bateman

Minnesota

Quinn Meinerz

Wisconsin-Whitewater

Nick Bolton

Missouri

Trevon Moehrig

TCU

Tyson Campbell

Georgia

Elijah Moore

Mississippi

Andre Cisco

Syracuse

Rondale Moore

Purdue

Samuel Cosmi

Texas

Dylan Moses

Alabama

Jabril Cox

LSU

Greg Newsome

Northwestern

Christian Darrisaw

Virginia Tech

Azeez Ojulari

Georgia

Jamin Davis

Kentucky

Joseph Ossai

Texas

Wyatt Davis

Ohio State

Jayson Oweh

Penn State

Landon Dickerson

Alabama

Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah

Notre Dame

Travis Etienne

Clemson

Kwity Paye

Michigan

Justin Fields

Ohio State

Ronnie Perkins

Oklahoma

Pat Freiermuth

Penn State

Jaelan Phillips

Miami (Fla.)

Najee Harris

Alabama

Penei Sewell

Oregon

Jevon Holland

Oregon

Trey Smith

Tennessee

Jaycee Horn

South Carolina

Amon-Ra St. Brown

USC

Creed Humphrey

Oklahoma

Chazz Surratt

North Carolina

Brevin Jordan

Miami (Fla.)

Kadarius Toney

Florida

Trevor Lawrence

Clemson

Tommy Tremble

Notre Dame

Alex Leatherwood

Alabama

Jay Tufele

USC

Hunter Long

Boston College

Alijah Vera-Tucker

USC

Terrace Marshall

LSU