Son of former Dolphins corner Patrick Surtain lands with the Dallas Cowboys
10th overall, Dallas Cowboys
After losing Byron Jones to the Miami Dolphins in the offseason, the Cowboys secondary looked like hot garbage even with Trevon Diggs being an impressive rookie, at least some games. Adding Surtain II would give the Cowboys an elite corner that would matchup against the top wideouts in the NFC East.
11th overall, New York Giants
Having Evan Engram, a 2020 pro-bowler, is already a good option, but the team needs to give Daniel Jones more weapons and Pitts is the best option. A wideout in a tight end’s body, Pitts would immediately be one of the top weapons for Jones and the Giants.
Also current head coach Joe Judge comes from New England, and one of the Patriots best seasons in recent history was when the team had a two-headed monster at tight end.
12th overall, San Francisco 49ers
After being in the Super Bowl one year, the 49ers found themselves facing injury after injury in 2020. Now in 2021, the team will be losing Richard Sherman to eminent free agency. With the rise of Jason Verrett, the team has one corner spot covered, but on the other side Farley, the draft’s second-best corner, could slot in and play a big role immediately.