One of the best parts of the NFL Draft? Hearing a slew of fresh pros’ names get called.
For some players, its the first chance to endear themselves to a new fanbase, who will soon go looking up their college stats, highlight reels, and scouting combine numbers. It will also help if they have memorable names — especially ones that are made for stadium chants.
The Post’s NFL Draft All-Name Team is back for a third year, with all the names you’ll want to get to know before the 2021 season kicks off.
Daniel Archibong — DT/Temple
The 6-foot-6, 300-pound beast makes would-be blockers go up in smoke.
Boogie Basham — DE/Wake Forest
The perfect name for a sack specialist who knows how to get down.
Tuf Borland — LB/Ohio State
Yes, that’s his real name, and yes, it’s an accurate description of the three-time Buckeyes captain.
Brady Breeze — S/Oregon
At the Ducks’ pro day, he ran like the wind, posting a 4.52 40-yard dash.
Camaron Cheeseman — LS/Michigan
The aspiring dentist already knows what to say on team picture day before flashing the pearly whites.
Andre Cisco — S/Syracuse
The communication is always clear when he’s in the defensive backfield.
Divine Deablo — S/Virginia Tech
You’d swear he has wings with a 34-inch vertical and can run like the devil (4.46 40-yard dash)
Walker Little — OT/Stanford
At 6-foot-7 and 313 pounds, he’s an oxymoron — just don’t say that to his face.
Hunter Long — TE/Boston College
The Eagles’ game plan of “Go, Long” resulted in nine career TDs for the reliable pass-catcher.
Cameron Sample — DE/Tulane
The three-year starter for the Green Wave measures in 6-foot-3 and 274 pounds, giving a whole new meaning to “Sample size.”
Tommy Tremble — TE/Notre Dame
The athletic blocker also knows how to shake off defenders.
Pro Wells — TE/TCU
After four years of amateur status, he can’t not make it in the NFL.
Trill Williams — CB/Syracuse
A welcome addition to any NFL locker room.
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