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2017 NFL Mock Draft Round 2
Selections 49-64

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

49 Washington
Ryan Anderson
    Alabama
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     -40
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
253



This is a confusing pick. The Redskins have two try-hard, motor EDGE rushers already on the roster in Ryan Kerrigan and Trent Murphy. Ryan Anderson is exactly that. He's great against the run, sets the edge with an attitude, and gets his sacks converting speed-to-power. This is a pick that seems to be stacking players that already exist on the Redskins' roster. He's a good player and leader and the right kind of guy for the locker room, but he doesn't add any speed to the Redskins' D. Grade: B- @Kennedy_Paynter on Twitter


50 Tampa Bay
Justin Evans
    Texas A&M
    S
    Reach/Value:     -50
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
199



Justin Evans is an exciting safety, capable of making plays that not many guys can. The knock on him was a lack of size for safety, and he has a bit of a swing-and-miss reputation as he likes to take chances when going for the big play. If Mike Smith and his staff can find a way to harness the heat-seeking missile inside of Evans and help him improve on some of the fundamentals of the position, they have themselves player. Grade: B


51 Denver
Demarcus Walker
    Florida St
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     +9
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
280



This team has had a hole up front ever since Malik Jackson left, and Walker fits perfectly. He was one of my favorite players in the draft because of what I saw from him against Louisville this last year. In that game, they were down 35-10 at halftime, 49-10 going into the fourth quarter, and lost 63-20. Walker did not come out of that game until the final drive. He never quit once with his effort. He never shoved someone on the other team in frustration. He never asked to be taken out. He played his tail off with pride. That's what the Broncos are getting. Grade: A ~Austin Smith


52 Cleveland
DeShone Kizer
    Notre Dame
    QB
    Reach/Value:     +14
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
233



The Browns continue to bet on high potential in this draft. I have to admit, I like the value here better than I did at 33 where I mocked him to go a number of times this year. He is a confident player and an Ohio native. The Browns need to be patient with him. He has the physical ability and mental capability, but he is not ready yet. Hue Jackson can certainly work with his skill-set though, having worked with a similar package in Joe Flacco. Grade: Incomplete ~Austin Smith


53 Detroit
Teez Tabor
    Florida
    CB
    Reach/Value:     -12
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
199



Tabor had the tape and confidence to be drafted much higher, but a couple of bad workouts doomed him to the second round. I will say that his instincts on the field are impressive. He gets his hands on a lot of balls and the Lions certainly need help in this area. A bit of a risk but if his game speed is up to par, this is a steal for the Lions. They must have been a busy bunch at that Florida Pro Day. Grade: B+ ~Austin Smith


54 Miami
Raekwon McMillan
    Ohio State
    ILB
    Reach/Value:     +2
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
240



Raekwon McMillan was very productive in his career at Ohio State, but it remains to be seen whether he'll be able to continue that production as a professional. He's quick, aggressive, and moves with conviction when chasing ball carriers downhill. His lateral movement and change of direction are questionable, and there are concerns that he'll struggle to fight through blocks at the next level. One thing going for him is that he was so productive at such a young age, entering the league before his 21st birthday, so he's got time to learn and grow. With Koa Misi and Kiko Alonso ahead of him on the depth chart, he should be afforded the time he needs. Grade: B


55 NY Giants
Dalvin Tomlinson
    Alabama
    DL3T
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
310



Just like we have mocked to NYG in RD2 over the last couple of weeks, the Giants add massive defensive tackle Dalvin Tomlison to their d-line. The 2016 Giants' defense was among the league's best and is currently returning ten of its eleven starters. In 2016 they had the third-rated rush defense, giving up just 88.6 yards per game. With the loss of Jonathan Hankins, Dalvin Tomlinson at pick 55 makes sense for multiple reasons. Tomlinson adds immediate rotational depth and a willingness to battle in the trenches for Big Blue. Dalvin also comes to New York with high character and an high football IQ. This kid could have gone to Harvard based on his academic abilities, but chose Alabama as a four-star recruit because of their success on the gridiron. The Giants' DE-FENSE remains stout with the addition of Tomlinson. Great pick. Grade: A


56 Oakland
Obi Melifonwu
    Connecticut
    S
    Reach/Value:     +23
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
224



Ken Norton is trying to rebuild the Legion of Boom in Oakland. After adding Conley to bolster the cornerback unit, the Raiders now have a long, uber-athletic freak of nature as the Safety of the Future to pair with Karl Joseph. Melifonwu represents great value as the #33 prospect on our Big Board, and, at least since the Combine, I do not believe we ever had the UCONN standout fall to this point. From a value standpoint, this was a nice get, and Reggie has also added a potential Pro Bowler. Still, Oakland needs immediate contributors, and I'm not sure how much he plays right away. While Oakland needs to look at the front 7 moving forward, I still like, not love, this pick. Grade: A-





57 Houston
Zach Cunningham
    Vanderbilt
    OLB
    Reach/Value:     +4
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
234



Ummm...Maybe it's time for Cushing to step down? "You can't coach Cunningham's length (nearly 34.5-inch arms), athleticism (10-foot-5-inch broad jump) and range (in coverage and versus the run)," McShay wrote. "He projects as an every-down LB in the NFL and could be a star if he improves his take-on skills and tackling as he gains more experience and strength." Cunningham looks more like an outside linebacker for a 4-3 alignment than a traditional inside linebacker for a 3-4 scheme [Scouting Profile]. Grade: B+


58 Seattle
Ethan Pocic
    LSU
    OC
    Reach/Value:     -21
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
310



Contrary to popular opinion; the Seahawks do invest high picks on the offensive line (see; James Carpenter, Justin Britt, Germain Ifedi). However, Seattle has committed the least amount of cap space of any NFL team to its offensive line. Possibly the only negative to this pick is that Justin Britt had his best season manning the Center position. Does this mean that Britt will be bounced back to OG, or will Pocic start his Seattle career at OG? For now, Seattle fans everywhere can take solace in the fact that Russell Wilson is getting a little more protection. Grade: A ~@JefferyMChapman, Seahawks Analyst


59 Kansas City
Tanoh Kpassagnon
    Villanova
    DL5T
    Reach/Value:     -56
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
289



Tanoh Kpassagnon is massive and powerful DE with a shockingly fast burst to the QB. The Villanova D-lineman turned more than a few heads at the Senior Bowl in January. Last fall, he captured first-team Associated Press FCS All-American honors, ranking sixth in the FCS with 21.5 tackles for loss and tying for fifth nationally with 11 sacks. He was also the Colonial Athletic Association's Defensive Player of the Year.

Kpassagnon will bolster KC's recently-depleted D-line, which suffered the off-season departure of free agent Dontari Poe and the surprise cost-cutting release of DT Jaye Howard. Grade: B+


60 Dallas
Chidobe Awuzie
    Colorado
    CB
    Reach/Value:     +20
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
202



With Dallas losing 2 starting CB's in F/A, if I've said it once, I've said it 1,000 times . . . CB's are like closets in a house, you just can't have too many of them! Chidobe Awuzie (as Mike Mayock just said) was the highest ranked CB remaining on his board, as well as the Drafttek Big Board. He made an immediate impact as a freshman, starting 7 games, making 59 tackles, 5 for loss, and breaking up 4 passes. Awuzie was leading Colorado in tackles with 64 through 9 games in 2014 (along with 2 interceptions and 8 pass breakups), but missed the end of the year with a lacerated kidney suffered in practice. Healthy again in 2015, he was a second-team All-Pac 12 pick starting mostly at the nickel spot (90 tackles, 9 for loss, 4 sacks, 2 INT, 10 pass breakups) which will make him an immediate contributor, allowing Orlando Scandrick to play outside. Awuzie was second-team all-conference again as a senior (65 tackles, 6 for loss, 1 INT, 12 PBU), joining two other members of the Buffaloes' secondary on that squad. In the case of the Cowboys, need equals value . . . Grade: A


61 Green Bay
Josh Jones
    NC State
    S
    Reach/Value:     -9
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
220



100% of All-Pro Free Safeties since the 1999 NFL Draft Class have had a solo tackle market share score of 98.90 or higher, per DraftCobern. Josh Jones didn't disappoint. Like Justin Evans earlier this round, Jones is a heat-seeking missile that is known to play with an edge and the key for him will be harnessing that aggression if he's going to reach his immense potential. Dom Capers could do wonders for this kid [Highlights]. Grade: B+


62 Pittsburgh
JuJu Smith-Schuster
    USC
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     -2
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
215



Narrowly missing on a couple likely DB targets , the Steelers go on to bolster the WR ranks with something of a luxury pick. The depth behind AB and Bryant is a little questionable. Will Coates mature into a protective target? Is Eli Rogers a starter-caliber player? Apparently, the Steelers have their doubts, as they picked a prospect with decent size to block from the slot and the football IQ to attack holes in the zone across the middle. Grade: B


63 Buffalo
Dion Dawkins
    Temple
    OG
    Reach/Value:     +13
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
314



Dawkins took priority over a fast WILB, evidently. Love the wheeling and dealing from the Bills' War Room to get their guys. We must remember the Bills are still a run-first team, and Dawkins was the draft's best fit for a zone-blocking scheme, which Rico Dennison brings to Buffalo. Dawkins has NFL size, 35" arms, strong hands, and great athletic potential. I think he's at worst the heir to Richie Incognito's LG spot, and at best a swing Tackle as Kouandjio-Henderson insurance. Some pundits are saying to play him at LT, moving Glenn to RT, but that's too soon. Dawkins did get plenty of looks by Bills scouts at Temple games. He could make an immediate impact with a strong camp at St. John Fisher. IF the WILB spot gets filled, I'm all over this like a cheap suit. Grade: B+


64 Carolina
Taylor Moton
    W Michigan
    OT
    Reach/Value:     +5
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
319



With the Panthers hurtiing along the line, Moton is a welcome addition. Oher may or may not be back and Kalil has an injury history. There is nothing more important than protecting Cam Newton and Taylor Moton is an athletic big man. He's the fifth-rated Offensive Tackle in the Draft and the Panthers are happy to grab him at the end of the second round. 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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1 Myles Garrett
Texas A&M
EDGE
3 Jamal Adams
LSU
S
5 Leonard Fournette
LSU
RBF
7 Derek Barnett
Tennessee
EDGE
8 O.J. Howard
Alabama
TE
10 Jonathan Allen
Alabama
DL3T
15 Reuben Foster
Alabama
ILB
17 Quincy Wilson
Florida
CB
31 Charles Harris
Missouri
EDGE
34 Evan Engram
Ole Miss
TE
35 Cam Robinson
Alabama
OT
37 Tre'Davious White
LSU
CB
39 Marlon Humphrey
Alabama
CB
41 Carl Lawson
Auburn
EDGE
46 Tim Williams
Alabama
EDGE
48 Jarrad Davis
Florida
ILB
49 Montravius Adams
Auburn
DL3T
53 Zach Cunningham
Vanderbilt
OLB
55 Dalvin Tomlinson
Alabama
DL3T
58 Marcus Maye
Florida
S
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