NFL Draft 2021: Top Remaining Prospects, List of Second-Round Picks and How to Watch on TV

Having selected Trevor Lawrence with the first overall pick of the NFL Draft on Thursday night, the Jacksonville Jaguars are again set to be the first team on the clock when the second round gets underway on Friday.

The Clemson quarterback was a shoo-in to become the first player to be selected with No. 1 overall pick in the history of the franchise, and so it proved.

Behind Lawrence, the New York Jets also followed the script and picked BYU quarterback Zach Wilson, while the San Francisco 49ers selected Trey Lance out of North Dakota State.

Alabama signal caller Mac Jones, who had emerged as the presumptive No. 3 pick over the last two months, fell all the way down to No.15 and was selected by the New England Patriots.

The Jets will again pick after the Jaguars, while the 49ers will be the 11th team on the clock.

Here's all you need to know about the second and third round.

NFL Draft schedule

The second and third rounds are to be held from 7 p.m. ET on Friday, April 30. The final four rounds will take place on May 1, from 12 p.m. ET.

Top remaining prospects

The first round may have passed but plenty of highly-rated prospects remain available, starting with Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah.

The Notre Dame linebacker was a top-20 prospect in several mock drafts but remains on the board. Blessed with speed and the versatility needed to matchup against tight ends and wide receivers, he's an explosive tackler and shouldn't wait too long to hear his name called on Friday.

A trio of highly-rated edge rusher also remain on the board, with Georgia's Azeez Ojulari, Wake Forest's Carlos Basham and Texas's Joseph Ossai all still available.

Of the three, Ojulari was the one analysts were more impressed by in the lead-up to the draft, with The Athletic's Dane Brugler and The Ringer's Danny Kelly comparing him to Yannick Ngakoue and two-time Super Bowl champion Shaquil Barrett respectively.

Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah
Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah #6 of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish in action during a game against the Louisville Cardinals at Cardinal Stadium on September 2, 2019 in Louisville, Kentucky. Notre Dame defeated Louisville 35-17. Joe Robbins/Getty Images

A year on after six defensive tackles were selected in the first-round, the position didn't have any representatives among the first 32 players drafted on Thursday night. Alabama defensive tackle Christian Barmore and Washington's Levi Onwuzurike are both still up for grabs and could be taken at some point on Friday.

On the offensive side of the ball, Terrace Marshall Jr., Rondale Moore and Elijah Moore are arguably the most intriguing prospects still available among wide receivers.

Of the three, the latter, caught the eye more than his counterparts last season, finishing with 1,193 receiving yards and eighth touchdowns in just eight games.

How to watch the NFL Draft on TV

As was the case on Thursday, ESPN, ABC, and NFL Network will carry individual broadcast for the second and third round.

ESPN's coverage will feature draft expert Mel Kiper, NFL analysts Louis Riddick and Booger McFarland along with NFL insiders Chris Mortensen and Adam Schefter and NFL host Suzy Kolber.

Meanwhile, NFL Network's Peter Schrager and Chris Rose will join the coverage for Rounds 2 and 3 on Friday.

ABC's broadcast will feature the College GameDay cast of Rece Davis, Maria Taylor, Kirk Herbstreit, Desmond Howard and David Pollack.

2021 NFL Draft order rounds 2

The number denotes the overall pick

33. Jacksonville Jaguars
34. New York Jets
35. Atlanta Falcons
36. Miami Dolphins (from Houston Texans)
37. Philadelphia Eagles
38. Cincinnati Bengals
39. Carolina Panthers
40. Denver Broncos
41. Detroit Lions
42. New York Giants
43. San Francisco 49ers
44. Dallas Cowboys
45. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Minnesota Vikings)
46. New England Patriots
47. Los Angeles Chargers
48. Las Vegas Raiders
49. Arizona Cardinals
50. Miami Dolphins
51. Washington Football Team
52. Chicago Bears
53. Tennessee Titans
54. Indianapolis Colts
55. Pittsburgh Steelers
56. Seattle Seahawks
57. Los Angeles Rams
58. Kansas City Chiefs (from Baltimore Ravens)
59. Cleveland Browns
60. New Orleans Saints
61. Buffalo Bills
62. Green Bay Packers
63. Kansas City Chiefs
64. Tampa Bay Buccaneers