2013 NFL Mock Draft by FFToolbox Writer, Matt De Lima: Round 2
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2013 NFL Mock Draft

Round 2 (part 1) of 2

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49. (2.17) NYJ: Demarcus Lawrence, OLB, Boise State*
New York is still trying to flesh out what will work for them at outside linebacker. Lawrence is a long athlete with a good range in coverage.
50. (2.18) MIA: Bishop Sankey, RB, Washington
Another back is off the board. Daniel Thomas could be gone by draft weekend and some new blood would provide competition against Lamar Miller.
51. (2.19) CHI: Jimmy Garoppolo, QB, Eastern Illinois
There are reports that suggest Garoppolo could go as early as the middle of the first round. Around No. 50 makes more sense to me, especially to his hometown Chicago Bears since they need to replace Josh McCown.
52. (2.20) ARI: Cyrus Kouandjio, OT, Alabama
The Cardinals offensive line is slowly getting better and Kouandjio could just be the final piece of the puzzle.
53. (2.21) GB: Marcus Martin, C, USC
Martin would shore up the interior of this offensive line and thus provide Aaron Rodgers a nice, fully-formed pocket to step up into.
54. (2.22) PHI: Lamarcus Joyner, CB, Florida State
The Eagles have been rotating corners now for years and really need to hit the nail on the head with their next corner choice.
55. (2.23) CIN: Dominique Easley, DT, Florida
Easley would take challenge for the wildly inconsistent Domato Peko who has a new contract, yet he did not play very well last year.
56. (2.24) SF: Jarvis Landry, WR, LSU*
The 49ers will eventually need to replace Anquan Boldin and the jury is still out on Quinton Patton.
57. (2.25) SD: Loucheiz Purifoy, CB, Florida*
San Diego has no clear best corner and who will start there next year is still up in the air.
58. (2.26) NO: Bashaud Breeland, CB, Clemson*
Is Champ Bailey really the answer? Color me skeptical. The only way to be safe is to bring in competition for the future Hall of Famer.
59. (2.27) IND: Chris Borland, ILB, Wisconsin
Borland is a smart player with excellent football instincts. A bit undersized though which is why he falls about 25 picks from where most scouts have him listed.
60. (2.28) CAR: Ja'Wuan James, OT, Tennessee
Replacing Jordan Gross won't be easy. James is very inconsistent with his technique and may need a redshirt year.
61. (2.29) SF: Jack Mewhort, OT, Ohio State
San Francisco is already known for having a great offensive line, but in order to keep it, they have to refresh their options with young talent.
62. (2.30) NE: Austin Seferian-Jenkins, TE, Washington*
ASJ was used mostly as a decoy last season in what was supposed to be his breakout year. A first round caliber player.
63. (2.31) DEN: Jordie Tripp, OLB, Montana
Tripp is more of a third round prospect; however, he has surprising speed and burst for a linebacker.
64. (2.32) SEA: Jordan Matthews, WR, Vanderbilt
Behind Percy Harvin, Seattle has a roster full of No. 4 and No. 5 receivers. Matthews can be more than that immediately upon his arrival.
*Underclassmen

 
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FFToolbox Apr-23 J. Clowney, G. Robinson, B. Bortles, J. Manziel, S. Watkins
Mark Niemi Apr-18 J. Manziel, J. Clowney, S. Watkins, K. Mack, G. Robinson, J. Matthews
Mark Morales-Smith Apr-17 T. Bridgewater, G. Robinson, J. Manziel, J. Clowney, S. Watkins, J. Matthews
Matt De Lima Apr-10 J. Clowney, G. Robinson, B. Bortles, J. Manziel, S. Watkins, K. Mack
Ricky Dimon Apr-08 B. Bortles, J. Clowney, K. Mack, S. Watkins, J. Manziel, G. Robinson
Rob Warner Mar-20 B. Bortles, G. Robinson, T. Bridgewater, J. Manziel, J. Clowney, J. Matthews

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