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NFL Mock Draft Roundup: A fresh round of mocks shake up where Wildcats land

Jamin Davis and Kelvin Joseph are the only two Wildcats consistently featured in mock drafts.

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The Kentucky Wildcats have revamped their football program over the last few seasons. Last season, they watched Lynn Bowden get drafted and became a useful weapon in the NFL.

Now, they’ll get to see a few more hear their name called in the 2021 NFL Draft. Kentucky only has two players consistently mentioned in mock drafts. Those two are linebacker Jamin Davis and cornerback Kelvin Joseph.

Coming off a Gator Bowl win this past season, Davis and Joseph were both pivotal parts of their defense.

Davis is coming off a 102-tackle season. He also had two interceptions and a defensive touchdown.

With Joseph out in 2019 after transferring from LSU, the star cornerback returned and had four interceptions in 2020.

Now, let’s dive into some high-profile mock drafts that feature these two.’s four-round mock draft

Jamin Davis No. 26 to Cleveland

Cleveland has a solid all-around roster because of previous administrations’ ability to grab extra picks and the current leadership’s ability to maximize those selections. Davis brings an athleticism to the Browns’ linebacker corps that it has lacked. He could be a Fred Warner-type defender in the middle,” Chad Reuter wrote.

Pro Football Network’s four-round mock draft

Jamin Davis No. 62 to Green Bay

Kelvin Joseph No. 67 to Houston

CBS Sports’ one-round mock draft

Jamin Davis No. 29 to Green Bay

Touchdown Wire’s two-round mock draft

No Wildcats were taken.

Fox Sports’ three-round mock draft

Jamin Davis No. 50 to Miami

A quality athlete building up steam as the draft approaches, Davis could be a perfect replacement for the recently released Kyle Van Noy.

Drake Jackson No. 84 to Philadelphia

NBC Sports’ one-round mock draft

No Wildcats were taken.

Sporting News’ one-round mock draft

No Wildcats were taken.

Chicago Sun-Times’ one-round moick draft

Jamin Davis No. 26 to Cleveland

After 102 tackles and three interceptions as a junior, the opinions on Davis are all over the place. Some analysts have him in the middle of the first round, while others have him in the second.