Breaking down potential 2nd-round selections: RB Travis Etienne, DT Christian Barmore | First Draft

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On this week’s episode of “First Draft,” Field Yates, Mel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay dive into potential second-round picks of the 2021 NFL Draft, including Clemson Tigers RB Travis Etienne, Alabama Crimson Tide DT Christian Barmore, Lousiville Cardinals WR Tutu Atwell, and Stanford Cardinals QB Davis Mills.

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