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Ideal fits and projections for each SEC QB in the 2021 NFL Draft

SMG Logo By Crissy Froyd of SMG | Slide 1 of 5: Mond was largely inconsistent and underperformed on multiple occasions ahead of the 2020 season, but he improved his draft stock in a big way last year despite the adversity presented across the college football landscape. His improvement is perhaps most notably reflected by his touchdown-to-interception ratio. Mond came into the 2020 meeting with LSU with a touchdown-to-interception ratio of 16-to-2, much better in comparison to the 9-to-5 ratio he had in as many games the previous year. Mond told me after the Senior Bowl that he came into the 2020 season with a good feeling about his improvement. “It was definitely a good feeling (to get the win),” he said. “ It was definitely a tough loss that we took the year before. I came back pretty much a whole different person and I felt great at where I was mentally. I knew I was destined to have a great season.” Mond continued to show promise at the Senior Bowl, impressing all of us with his mobility and athleticism. His ability to find running lanes and making his way to the end zone in seemingly impossible situations was very much on display in Mobile. It's been nothing but up for Mond as his draft stock has risen, but he faces a challenge showing he can continue to build upon that momentum as he transitions to the highest level. Projection: Second or third round Possible fits: Chicago Bears, New Orleans Saints, Washington Football Team

Kellen Mond, Texas A&M

Mond was largely inconsistent and underperformed on multiple occasions ahead of the 2020 season, but he improved his draft stock in a big way last year despite the adversity presented across the college football landscape. His improvement is perhaps most notably reflected by his touchdown-to-interception ratio. Mond came into the 2020 meeting with LSU with a touchdown-to-interception ratio of 16-to-2, much better in comparison to the 9-to-5 ratio he had in as many games the previous year. Mond told me after the Senior Bowl that he came into the 2020 season with a good feeling about his improvement. “It was definitely a good feeling (to get the win),” he said. “ It was definitely a tough loss that we took the year before. I came back pretty much a whole different person and I felt great at where I was mentally. I knew I was destined to have a great season.” Mond continued to show promise at the Senior Bowl, impressing all of us with his mobility and athleticism. His ability to find running lanes and making his way to the end zone in seemingly impossible situations was very much on display in Mobile. It's been nothing but up for Mond as his draft stock has risen, but he faces a challenge showing he can continue to build upon that momentum as he transitions to the highest level. Projection: Second or third round Possible fits: Chicago Bears, New Orleans Saints, Washington Football Team
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