The Jets on Monday traded quarterback Sam Darnold to the Panthers.So they won’t be trading down from the No. 2 overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft. They’ll surely take BYU quarterback Zach Wilson there. And it looks like the Panthers won’t be drafting a quarterback — like Ohio State’s Justin Fields — at No. 8.In light of the Darnold trade, here is our latest full first-round mock draft projection:1. Jaguars — QB Trevor Lawrence, ClemsonNo doubt about this one.2. Jets — QB Zach Wilson, BYUWill he fare any better than Sam Darnold did?3. 49ers (from Dolphins/Texans) — QB Trey Lance, North Dakota StateThe 49ers traded up to get a quarterback. The only question: Will it be Lance or Justin Fields?4. Falcons — TE Kyle Pitts, FloridaOne of the most talented players in this draft, but the Falcons will need a new quarterback at some point.5. Bengals — CB Caleb Farley, Virginia TechSomething of a surprise here, since some analysts consider Patrick Surtain to be this draft’s best cornerback.Sign up for Giants Extra: Get exclusive news, behind-the-scenes observations and the ability to text directly with reporters6. Dolphins (from Eagles) — WR DeVonta Smith, AlabamaSize will be a concern in the NFL for the Heisman Trophy winner.7. Lions — OT Penei Sewell, OregonSome protection for new Lions quarterback Jared Goff.8. Panthers — Edge rusher Kwity Paye, MichiganNo need to take Fields here now, after the Darnold trade.9. Broncos — QB Justin Fields, Ohio StateSomewhat of a surprise, as the Broncos decide to pull the plug on Drew Lock.10. Cowboys — Edge rusher Azeez Ojulari, GeorgiaPaye would be the preferred option, if he’s available.11. Giants — OT/G Rashawn Slater, NorthwesternReceiver is also an option for the Giants, but they just signed Kenny Golladay. The line remains a massive issue.12. Eagles (from 49ers) — WR Jaylen Waddle, AlabamaAnother surprise here, as the Eagles pass on Ja’Marr Chase to take Waddle. Will Howie Roseman regret this?13. Chargers — WR Ja’Marr Chase, LSUJustin Herbert will be thrilled with this pick, as he should be.14. Vikings — CB Patrick Surtain, AlabamaDefensive-minded head coach Mike Zimmer is on the hot seat, and Surtain will help shore up his secondary.15. Patriots — WR Kadarius Toney, FloridaNo quarterback in the draft this year for the Patriots. Maybe next year.16. Cardinals — OT Alex Leatherwood, AlabamaThe Cardinals are going all-in this season. They’ll need more from Kyler Murray and his line.17. Raiders — C Creed Humphrey, OklahomaDefinitely the best center prospect available this year.18. Dolphins — Edge rusher Jaelan Phillips, MiamiHas he surpassed fellow Miami edge rusher Gregory Rousseau?19. Washington — LB Micah Parsons, Penn StateHe has top-15 talent, but just doesn’t play a position that’s a lock to be taken that high.20. Bears — CB Tyson Campbell, GeorgiaDon’t rule out Jaycee Horn here, as the Bears try to replace Kyle Fuller.21. Colts — OT Teven Jenkins, Oklahoma StateSome protection for new Colts quarterback Carson Wentz.22. Titans — DL Christian Barmore, AlabamaSome help for the middle of Tennessee’s defensive line.23. Jets (from Seahawks) — CB Jaycee Horn, South CarolinaJoe Douglas basically has to take a cornerback high this year.24. Steelers — QB Mac Jones, AlabamaThe eventual replacement for Ben Roethlisberger in Pittsburgh?25. Jaguars (from Rams) — RB Najee Harris, AlabamaA weapon for Lawrence, as he will start from Day 1.26. Browns — LB Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, Notre DameNot a sexy pick, but he will help the Browns’ defense in a big way.27. Ravens — Edge rusher Jayson Oweh, Penn StateHis draft stock is apparently rising, but he didn’t have any sacks last season.28. Saints — WR Rondale Moore, PurdueAnother talented receiver with size concerns, since he’s just 5-foot-9.29. Packers — OT Christian Darrisaw, Virginia TechThis won’t make as many waves as the Packers picking Jordan Love late in Round 1 last year.30. Bills — Edge rusher Gregory Rousseau, MiamiA lot of questions surrounding him. Limited tape, since he opted out of last season. But he’s a talent.31. Chiefs — OL Alijah Vera-Tucker, USCHe can play multiple spots on the line — an asset the Chiefs could use.32. Buccaneers — CB Greg Newsome, NorthwesternTodd Bowles gets another piece for his quietly dominant defense.Get Giants text messages: Cut through the clutter of social media and text directly with beat writers. Plus, exclusive news and analysis. Sign up now for a free trial.Thank you for relying on us to provide the journalism you can trust. Please consider supporting with a subscription.Darryl Slater may be reached at [email protected] Tell us your coronavirus story or send a tip here.