Should Jaylen Waddle or DeVonta Smith be the first Alabama WR picked in the 2021 NFL Draft? | KJZ

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Keyshawn Johnson and Bart Scott share their thoughts on some of the notable first round talent in the upcoming 2021 NFL Draft.

0:00 BYU’s Zach Wilson or Clemson’s Trevor Lawrence

1:20 LSU’s Ja’Marr Chase or Florida’s Kyle Pitts

2:47 Alabama’s Jaylen Waddle or Alabama’s DeVonta Smith

4:13 Northwestern’s Rashawn Slater or Oregon’s Penei Sewell

5:22 NDSU’s Trey Lance or Ohio State’s Justin Fields

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