NFL draft All-Satellite team: Todd McShay ranks the 10 best playmakers in space for the 2021 class

The 2021 NFL draft brings yet another excellent class of offensive weapons, and while it's difficult to know exactly how much stock to put in pro day 40-yard dash times this year, there will certainly be plenty of burners selected April 29 through May 1. Speed and elusiveness are key traits in today's NFL offenses, and the 2021 class offers a whole lot of both.

Whether it be on a deep shot to a receiver on a vertical route or a pop pass to a player on a jet sweep, NFL teams use speed to their advantage, getting playmakers in open space so they can create. The 2021 All-Satellite team is littered with prospects who are tough to contain when they get some room to operate.

This marks the 12th edition of this list, dating back to C.J. Spiller and the 2010 class. Past iterations have included the likes of Odell Beckham Jr., Brandin Cooks, Christian McCaffrey, Lamar Jackson, Tyler Lockett and Kyler Murray. The 2020 class was headlined by Henry Ruggs III, who showcased his 4.27-second 40 speed on multiple occasions as a rookie. The 2021 edition is packed full of wide receivers, including one of Ruggs' former teammates at Alabama atop the list. Here are the 10 best prospects in space from this year's class.

1. Jaylen Waddle, WR, Alabama