We are already getting 2021 NFL Draft declarations around the country, and some underclassmen who have a big decision to make. One of those players is Oklahoma pass rusher Ronnie Perkins.

A former four-star recruit out of St. Louis, Perkins committed to the Sooners despite offers from the likes of TCU, Michigan, Louisville, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Texas, and Penn State. A highly sought after weapon, Perkins has lived up to that hype at the University of Oklahoma throughout his career despite some ups and downs with the program.

As we dive deeper into this edge rusher class, Perkins has earned the attention and the position to potentially turn pro after the 2020 season. What makes Perkins a special player, and where does he stand as a 2021 NFL Draft prospect compared to the likes of Miami’s Gregory Rousseau and Michigan’s Kwity Paye?

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