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2nd Round Mock (1st Round Pick)

1 - HOU: Tom Savage, QB , Pittsburgh
(Mack, LB) I'd like to mock Carr here, but I don't think Houston would do that based on a fear of fan reaction. I've also heard that most GMs and scouts believe that Savage would have been a top 10 pick had he started another year or 2
2 - WAS: Joel Bitonio, OL , Nevada
The Redskins could use an upgrade at RT or RG, both of which Bitonio could play
3 - CLE: Bradley Roby, CB , Ohio State
(Watkins, WR; Manziel, QB) After getting a WR and QB, the Browns finally land a starting-caliber CB to pair with Joe Haden
4 - OAK: Ja'Wuan James, OL , Tennessee
(Bortles, QB) Letting Veldheer walk was an interesting choice, as they had no clear replacement. Menelik Watson should take over the RT spot, and James should be able to slide in at LT
5 - ATL: Kony Ealy, DL , Missouri
(Matthews, OT) Ealy isn't a power rusher like Clowney or Mack, but he's a good 4-3 DE that can apply pressure and hold up against the run
6 - TB: Austin Seferian-Jenkins, TE , Washington
(Evans, WR) Tom Wright and Brandon Myers are sitting at 1 and 2 on the depth chart at TE, but that shouldn't excite anyone. ASJ is a willing blocker, and has the size and speed to flush defenders away and then get deep
7 - JAX: Derek Carr, QB, Fresno State
(Clowney, DE) Carr falling this far is not too surprising, and a huge pull for the Jaguars, who need a QB. Henne can start until he's ready, and then hand the reigns over
8 - MIN: Phillip Gaines, CB , Rice
(Bridgewater, QB) The idea of pairing 6'1" Rhodes and 6'1" Gaines against Marshall and Jeffery should bring some hope to Minnesota fans for the future
9 - BUF: Jimmie Ward, S , Northern Illinois
(Ebron, TE) The Bills understandably couldn't pony-up the money for Byrd, and have a chance to bring in his replacement here
10 - TEN: Zach Mettenberger, QB, LSU
(Mosley, LB) Jake Locker hasn't played up to his draft status, and the new staff didn't bring him in. Adding a new QB like Mettenberger might be a smart move towards the future
11 - NYG: Jace Amaro, TE , Texas Tech
(Donald, DT) Again the GIants go for the BPA. Amaro can fill a huge need for a seam TE, and is willing to attempt blocking when asked to do so
12 - STL: Kelvin Benjamin, WR, Florida State
(Robinson, OT; Dennard, CB) I think Benjamin will take a tumble in the draft because he's so raw. He should be better than Brian Quick, however, and give Bradford the monster target he's been looking for
13 - DET: Weston Richburg, C, Colorado State
(Clinton-Dix, S) Raiola is 35 and LG Sims is 30, leaving some need for a young interior player. Richburg could start immediately at center, but if they don't need him to, he'd be an excellent backup for all 3 center and guard spots
14 - PIT: Allen Robinson, WR , Penn State
(Lewan, OT) Waiting on WR in the 1st round allowed the Steelers to get a franchise-LT, and they can now get a legitimate #1 or #2 WR with Robinson here
15 - DAL: Deone Bucannon, S , Washington State
(Nix, DT) Continuing to address their defense, the Cowboys land a hard-hitting safety that can bring some extra pop
16 - BAL: Kyle Van Noy, OLB, BYU
(Pryor, S) The Ravens should keep thinking about adding outside pass rushers. Dumervil and Suggs are 30 and 31, and Upshaw doesn't seem to have the potential they hoped he would
17 - NYJ: Demarcus Lawrence, DE , Boise State
(Bckham, WR) Another team that needs to be thinking hard about outside pass rushers is the Jets. Lawrence will get to learn from Calvin Pace, which should help him develop much faster
18 - MIA: Gabe Jackson, OG, Mississippi State
(Martin, OL) Getting Martin and Jackson in the first 2 rounds would be a coup for MIami, who need a reloaded line
19 - CHI: Ra'Shede Hageman, DL , Minnesota
(Gilbert, CB) Hageman is a steal here for Chicago. He won't make up for the loss of Melton, but he'll be a good step in the right direction
20 - ARI: Jimmy Garoppolo, QB, Eastern Illinois
(Barr, LB) The next team that needs a QB gets the next one on my list. The Cardinals should be looking for an heir to Carson Palmer's spot, and would be hard-pressed to find one better than Garoppolo
21 - GB: Davante Adams, WR, Fresno State
(Shazier, LB) Adams has 1st round potential, but is buried behind the other stud WR prospects. The Packers should be looking for at least 1 WR early-ish in this draft
22 - PHI: Cody Latimer, WR , Indiana
(Ford, LB) Latimer could go anywhere from 20-60, but I like this fit for him. Jackson is gone, and Maclin is coming of of a serious injury, leaving Cooper as the only legit receiver. Latimer's size and speed should make him a very attractive option for Chip Kelly
23 - CIN: Carlos Hyde, RB , Ohio State
(Fuller, CB) Green-Ellis is slowly beind phased out for Gio Bernard, and the Bengals should look for a cheaper alternative. Hyde would provide that same burst of power, and give them a beast up the middle, freeing up Bernard out of the backfield
24 - SF: Stephon Tuitt, DL , Notre Dame
(from KC)(Verrett, CB) Grabbing a falling injured player here makes a ton of sense for the 49ers. Tuitt would be a nice eventual replacement for Justin Smith
25 - SD: Marcus Roberson, DB , Florida
(Moses, OT) The Chargers effectively cleared out their CB rotation. Roberson should come in and immediately fight for one of the starting spots
26 - NO: Donte Moncrief, WR , Mississippi
(Jernigan, DE) Kenny Stills is the only young WR that looks to have a future in the starting lineup. Adding a big body like Moncrief, who can learn behind Marques Colston would be a smart move
27 - IND: Jeremiah Attaochu, OLB, Georgia Tech
Attaochu is a steal here, and ramps up the Colts pass rush. He'll make a nice rotation with Mathis and Walden
28 - CAR: Paul Richardson, WR , Colorado
(Kouandjio, OT) Going LT, WR in the 1st 2 rounds will likely be the Panthers' best option. Richardson's size and speed should make him a good option for Newton down the field
29 - SF: Trevor Reilly, DE , Utah
Aldon Smith continues to worry the franchise, and they need to start thinking about a future without him
30 - NE: Tre Mason, RB , Auburn
(Su'a-Filo, OG) Ridleycan't hold on to the starting role, and Vereen isn't consistent enough to do so. Mason would give you a little bit of each of those 2, and could be a feature back in NE
31 - DEN: Lamarcus Joyner, CB, Florida State
(Borland, LB) I think Joyner will fall due to his size (5'8", 185). Luckily for the Broncos, he plays bigger than that, is very fast, and can play safety if they need him to
32 - SEA: Scott Crichton, DE, Oregon State
(Lee, WR) You can never have enough pass rushers, and the Seahawks should continue to follow that motto here


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