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29 Gareon Conley
32 Kevin King
37 Tre'Davious White
39 Marlon Humphrey
40 Chidobe Awuzie
45 Adoree Jackson
57 Sidney Jones
63 Fabian Moreau
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2017 NFL Live Draft Round 2
Selections 33-48

Adaptive Live Mock Draft Day 2 | April 28, 2017 12:05 PM EST
Notes: A red cell represent an actual pick | A red cell with a star represents a correct Drafttek prognostication

33 Green Bay
Kevin King
    Washington
    CB
    Reach/Value:     +1
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
200



Kevin King may be too good to pass up here. Not only does the 6'3" King possess ideal length for Dom Capers' defense, but also he is coming from a similar system at Washington and has experience playing outside in press as well as in the slot. King has been one of the draft's fastest risers, meeting the requirements of every aspect of the pre-draft process and he'd be an immediate, versatile contributor at a key position group for the Pack.


34 Jacksonville
Cam Robinson
    Alabama
    OT
    Reach/Value:     -1
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
322



The Jaguars needed to give Blake Bortles a realistic opportunity to prove he can be their future, and that is what the first two picks are providing. They have allowed more sacks in the last five years than any other team in the NFL. Not only does Robinson help there but he provides a chance to transition this offense into a run-first unit. They are taking the pressure off of Bortles' shoulders, and that makes me feel very optimistic about his future leading that team. Grade A: ~Austin Smith


35 Seattle
Malik McDowell
    Michigan St
    DL3T
    Reach/Value:     +14
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
295



This is eerily similar to the Jarran Reed selection last year, but this iteration doesn't make a lot of sense for Seattle. Sure, they have a plethora of picks today left (5) but DT over any of the DB's available? The case could be made that Green Bay took Kevin King and changed Seattle's plans forcing them to trade back. At least the Seahawks got any extra pick (#187) by swapping spots with Jacksonville. Hopefully, McDowell is that interior pass rushing presence that Seattle has been looking for during the past two seasons. Grade: C- ~@JefferyMChapman, Seahawks Analyst


36 Arizona
Budda Baker
    Washington
    S
    Reach/Value:     +8
Height:
5'10"
Weight:
195



Washington S Budda Baker is a player that compares favorably to "The Honey Badger" in size and playmaking ability. Over his three-year career, Baker registered 199 tackles, 13 TFL, 4 sacks, 5 INTs, and 18 PD. Baker's greatest asset is his knack for always being around the ball. After adding Haason Reddick in RD1, Baker is another versatile defensive playmaker that could be a piece in what's shaping up as a potentially-dominant defensive unit. Grade: B+


37 Buffalo
Zay Jones
    East Carolina
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     -14
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
201



The Bills snatch "their" WR by moving up. Whew! The productive Jones (158 catches/1,746 yards, 8 TDs in 2016) will have a familiar face in the receivers' room, his college Head Coach. Zay nailed the Combine, post season bowls, and FBS records, so I didn't think we'd have a shot in RD2. The trade-up was necessary. Having the dynamic Jones in the slot or out wide opposite Sammy, Tyrod now has dual-threat WRs, and will have more if Andre Holmes, Kolby Listenbee, or any of our NINE receivers steps up. This is the one they wanted, not Corey Davis. Grade: A+


38 LA Chargers
Forrest Lamp
    W Kentucky
    OG
    Reach/Value:     +8
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
309



In a draft where many expected the Chargers to focus on the defensive side of the ball, it's the second straight offensive player here. I can't imagine there's a Bolts' fan out there complaining! Forrest Lamp was the top interior offensive lineman in the draft, and he will immediately provide an upgrade at Right Guard, or possibly Center. It doesn't matter where Lamp plays, he should start from Day One. Brilliant piece of drafting by Tom Telesco. Should see a fair bit of defense from here on out. Grade: A


39 NY Jets
Marcus Maye
    Florida
    S
    Reach/Value:     -19
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
210



This pick is somewhat of a surprise and will cause great debate amongst Jet fans. After taking Adams in RD1, one could be forgiven for thinking that the Safety spot would be the last position the Jets would look at atop of RD2. Todd Bowles, a former Safety himself, continue to transform the back-end of the Defense with Florida Gator, Marcus Maye. Maye is another high character guy who displays real leadership qualities. He has the potential the play the Single-High role, so he should be a nice compliment to Adams. While not a choice that most fans will agree with, the future of this duo and how they develop together, will be exciting to watch. Grade: B+. Rich Tinley, Jets Analyst.


40 Carolina
Curtis Samuel
    Ohio St
    WRS
    Reach/Value:     -7
Height:
5'11"
Weight:
200



So no one saw this coming but oh my, the offense has officially evolved. Samuel has 4.3 speed and can play RB and WR. I am surprised that we did not take Obi there, but apparently DG wants to make this offense a strength. Samuel is the only player last year to have 700 yards rushing and receiving. Wow, the Panthers now have options. Last year was three CBs in a row. This year two RBs. I'm shocked, but excited. Grade: B





41 Minnesota
Dalvin Cook
    Florida St
    RBF
    Reach/Value:     +21
Height:
5'10"
Weight:
210



Trader Rick is up to his old tricks! There are two things that are certain with the NFL Draft: the Patriots won't pick in RD1, and Rick Spielman won't stay put on Day 2. This time, he gives up the 48th- and 128th-overall picks to secure the successor to Adrian Peterson, Dalvin Cook. There are 99 question marks with Cook, but talent ain't one. He was productive in all facets of the game at FSU, finishing as the school's all-time leader in rushing yards and rushing TDs. It's a bit colder in Minnesota, but Cook shouldn't waste any time making a name for himself with the Norsemen. Grade: A+


42 New Orleans
Marcus Williams
    Utah
    S
    Reach/Value:     -2
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
202



The Saints keep working on bolstering their secondary by snatching a talented "center-fielder" and one of the younger players in the NFL (he turns 21 this coming September) in Marcus Williams . The Ute Safety is a solid athlete who can come up and make a tackle., and does well in single-high or two-high looks. Grade: A


43 Philadelphia
Sidney Jones
    Washington
    CB
    Reach/Value:     -14
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
186



Well, for all the fans that wanted the Eagles to swing for the fences on one of the elite-but-injured players in RD1, you got your wish in RD2. Sidney Jones was my favorite CB in this draft, and a Top 15 talent IMO, BEFORE the injury. However, this essentially is a red-shirt selection. If the Eagles' doctors and medical staff are correct, and this guy fully recovers, they'll have a Pro Bowl corner and one of the steals of the draft. Grade: C- (with A+ upside). ~Broz, Eagles Analyst


44 LA Rams
Gerald Everett
    South Alabama
    TE
    Reach/Value:     -25
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
239



The Rams pass on Zay Jones to get a TE they had zeroed in on. Described as a poor man's Evan Engram, and his Combine numbers (except small hand size) are approximately comparative, but his game film and "First Team All Sun Belt" doesn't remind you of a RD2 guy. Everett will need coached up big-time on route-running and even downfield blocking. We had him as a Day 3 prospect. Grade: D


45 Chicago
Adam Shaheen
    Ashland
    TE
    Reach/Value:     -11
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
278



In RD1 Da Bears stunned the draft world by trading up to get QB Mitch Tribusky, and follow that up by providing a large target in TE Adam Shaheenout of Ashland University. Yes, you read that right. Ashland University. Shaheen also declared early for this draft, so he has some confidence in his ability. That ability is going to be raw, but his potential is very high. At 6'7", 280, he'll make the grade physically from the outset, but will need to prove he has the chops to translate his game to the NFL level after playing in relative obscurity. Interesting choice by the Bears. Grade: C


46 Indianapolis
Quincy Wilson
    Florida
    CB
    Reach/Value:     +29
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
211



A night after taking their first Safety in Indianapolis-era Colts' history, they stay in the secondary and go with Florida CB Quincy Wilson. Indy now has a guy who can line up on the opposite side of veteran Vontae Davis, and give the Colts some stability and talent at each corner. At 6'1", Wilson gives GM Chris Ballard the height and length he desired at that position, but does have some room for improvement -but with a high ceiling. Picked off 3 passes in 2016, to go along with 33 tackles and 6 passes broken up. Grade: B+


47 Baltimore
Tyus Bowser
    Houston
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     -20
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
247



The only thing keeping Tyus Bowser out of RD1 was questions about the consistency of his production because, physically, he has everything you want in a pass rusher. He's quick, fast, agile, strong, and versatile. He can be a jack-knife in Dean Pees' defense, lining up at any of the linebacker positions and making plays in the backfield on passing downs early, while he develops into a three-down player. He's not from Alabama, but he fits this team like a glove. He just needs to prove he can produce. Grade: A-


48 Cincinnati
Joe Mixon
    Oklahoma
    RBF
    Reach/Value:     -36
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
227



The Bengals only have 4 RBs on their roster and 2 of them are strictly special-teams players. Gio Bernard is a great playmaker, but does get his share of injuries. Hill is a great runner as well, but between fumbles and some mediocre games, he is a question-mark. Mixon is a 3-down threat with a special combination of size and athleticism. He adds tremendous value as a runner, receiver, pass protector, and a kick returner. Now Cincinnati has a stable of good RBs along with the "Ross"-upgraded WR core, and hopes to flex a new offensive dominance in the AFC North. Grade: A-

Traded Round 2 Picks:
Cleveland gets Tennessee R2 pick (2016 Draft Day Trade Collateral)
Carolina gets New England R2 pick (Kony Ealy deal)

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9 Mike Williams
Clemson
WRF
12 Mitch Trubisky
North Carolina
QB
20 Dalvin Cook
Florida St
RBF
26 Deshaun Watson
Clemson
QB
27 David Njoku
Miami (FL)
TE
42 Demarcus Walker
Florida St
EDGE
73 Dorian Johnson
Pittsburgh
OG
77 Roderick Johnson
Florida St
OT
80 Cordrea Tankersley
Clemson
CB
83 Nathan Peterman
Pittsburgh
QB
99 Carlos Watkins
Clemson
DL5T
111 Danny Isidora
Miami (FL)
OG
112 Jordan Leggett
Clemson
TE
113 Nazair Jones
North Carolina
DL5T
116 Travis Rudolph
Florida St
WRF
119 Bucky Hodges
Virginia Tech
TE
121 Isaiah Ford
Virginia Tech
WRF
136 Rayshawn Jenkins
Miami (FL)
S
140 Adam Bisnowaty
Pittsburgh
OT
141 Brad Kaaya
Miami (FL)
QB
146 John Johnson
Boston College
S
151 Corn Elder
Miami (FL)
CB
152 Devonte Fields
Louisville
EDGE
154 Wayne Gallman
Clemson
RBF
158 Keith Kelsey
Louisville
OLB
173 Marquez White
Florida St
CB
175 Mack Hollins
North Carolina
WRF
178 James Conner
Pittsburgh
RBF
183 Artavis Scott
Clemson
WRS
185 Freddie Stevenson
Florida St
FB
187 Jerod Evans
Virginia Tech
QB
202 T.J. Logan
North Carolina
RBC
203 Marquel Lee
Wake Forest
ILB
204 Stacy Coley
Miami (FL)
WRF
208 Jadar Johnson
Clemson
S
210 Ryan Switzer
North Carolina
WRS
214 Des Lawrence
North Carolina
CB
217 Cole Hikutini
Louisville
TE
218 Matt Milano
Boston College
OLB
219 Josh Harvey-Clemons
Louisville
S
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