From The Tribune staff reports
CLEVELAND, OHIO — The opening round of the 2021 NFL Draft is complete, as the first of seven laps played out on Thursday night in Cleveland, Ohio.
It came as no surprise that Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence went first overall to the Jacksonville Jaguars, Alabama dominated the evening with a record-tying six players selected in the first round and the Southeastern Conference finished with a total of 12 players drafted on Thursday night.
See each of the first 32 picks below.
1. Jacksonville, Trevor Lawrence, qb, Clemson.
2. N.Y Jets, Zach Wilson, qb, BYU.
3. San Francisco (from Houston through Miami), Trey Lance, qb, North Dakota State.
4. Atlanta, Kyle Pitts, te, Florida.
5. Cincinnati, Ja’Marr Chase, wr, LSU.
6. Miami (from Philadelphia), Jaylen, Waddle, wr, Alabama.
7. Detroit, Penei Sewell, ot, Oregon.
8. Carolina, Jaycee Horn, cb, South Carolina.
9. Denver, Patrick Surtain II, cb, Alabama.
10. Philadelphia (from Dallas), DeVonta Smith, wr, Alabama
11. Chicago (from N.Y. Giants), Justin Fields, qb, Ohio State.
12. Dallas (from Philadelphia through San Francisco and Miami), Micah Parsons, lb, Penn State.
13. L.A. Chargers, Rashawn Slater, ot, Northwestern.
14. N.Y. Jets (from Minnesota), Alijah Vera-Tucker, g, Southern Cal.
15. New England, Mac Jones, qb, Alabama.
16. Arizona, Zaven Collins, lb, Tulsa.
17. Las Vegas, Alex Leatherwood, ot, Alabama.
18. Miami, Jaelan Phillips, de, Miami.
19. Washington, Jamin Davis, lb, Kentucky.
20. N.Y. Giants (from Chicago), Kadarius Toney, wr, Florida.
21. Indianapolis, Kwity Paye, de, Michigan.
22. Tennessee, Caleb Farley, cb, Virginia Tech.
23. Minnesota (from N.Y. Jets through Seattle), Christian Darrisaw, ot, Virginia Tech.
24. Pittsburgh, Najee Harris, rb, Alabama.
25. Jacksonville (from L.A. Rams), Travis Etienne, rb, Clemson.
26. Cleveland, Greg Newsome II, cb, Northwestern.
27. Baltimore, Rashod Bateman, wr, Minnesota.
28. New Orleans, Payton Turner, de, Houston.
29. Green Bay, Eric Stokes, cb, Georgia.
30. Buffalo, Gregory Rousseau, de, Miami.
31. Baltimore (from Kansas City), Jayson Oweh, de, Penn State.
32. Tampa Bay, Joe Tryon, de, Washington.