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MOST THROUGH THREE: Eight quarterbacks were chosen in the first three
rounds of the 2021 NFL Draft, the most in the first three rounds of a single draft
SELECTED IN THE FIRST THREE ROUNDS
OF THE 2021 NFL DRAFT
New York Jets
Alabama saw eight players selected in the first two rounds of the 2021 NFL
Draft, marking the most from a single school in the first two rounds of a single
draft since 1967.
FROM ALABAMA SELECTED IN THE FIRST
ROUNDS OF THE 2021 NFL DRAFT
Patrick Surtain II
FOOTBALL IS FAMILY: Many
of the prospects chosen in the 2021 NFL Draft have family members with NFL
- CB JAYCEE
HORN (No. 8 overall, Carolina): Father, Joe, was a 12-year NFL veteran and
four-time Pro Bowl selection.
- CB PATRICK
SURTAIN II (No. 9, Denver): Father, Patrick, was an 11-year NFL veteran and
three-time Pro Bowl selection.
- T WALKER
LITTLE (No. 45, Jacksonville): Grandfather, Gene, and great uncle, Jack,
played in the NFL in 1950’s.
- CB ASANTE
SAMUEL JR. (No. 47, Los Angeles Chargers): Father, Asante, was an 11-year
NFL veteran, four-time Pro Bowl selection and two-time Super Bowl champion.
- DE CARLOS
BASHAM (No. 61, Buffalo): Cousin, Tarell, plays LB for the Dallas Cowboys.
- DT OSA
ODIGHIZUWA (No. 75, Dallas): Brother, Owa, was selected in the 3rd round
(74th overall) of the 2015 NFL Draft by the New York Giants.
- WR AMARI
RODGERS (No. 85, Green Bay): Father, Tee Martin, was a three-year NFL
veteran and is currently the wide receivers coach for the Baltimore Ravens.
- G WYATT
DAVIS (No. 86, Minnesota): Grandfather, Willie Davis, was a 12-year NFL veteran,
five-time Pro Bowler and was selected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
- CB IFEATU
MELIFONWU (No. 101, Detroit): Brother, Obi, was selected in the 2nd round
(56th overall) of the 2017 NFL Draft by the Oakland Raiders.
CANADA TO THE NFL:
Three Canadian-born players were selected on Day 2 of the 2021 NFL Draft.
- S JEVON
HOLLAND (No. 36 overall, Miami) was born in Coquitlam, British Columbia,
- CB BENJAMIN
ST-JUSTE (No. 74, Washington) was born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
- WR JOSH
PALMER (No. 77, Los Angeles Chargers) was born in Brampton, Ontario,