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This is a second round mock and these picks are affected by what I had teams taking in the first round. Once again any feedback is appreciated.

1 - HOU: AJ McCarron, QB , Alabama
If Houston is to pass up a QB for Clowney, then their second pick has to be a QB. McCarron is a guy I find underrated and I think he could jump into a starting job right away. However, I can't predict how affective he'll be. but I think he has the potential to be a solid player.
2 - WAS: Antonio Richardson, OL , Tennessee
Washington's biggest priority should be protecting RGIII. Richardson could shift to either side and would provide great protection to help keep RGIII on the field.
3 - CLE: Xavier Su'a-Filo, OL , UCLA
Su'a-Filo is a solid guard prospect that can start right away. The addition of a guard of his talents would help out the power-running Hyde in the Brown's rushing attack.
4 - OAK: Jimmy Garoppolo, QB, Eastern Illinois
With Schuab taking over the starting job in Oakland for at least this year, the Raiders could afford to find a QB to be mentored under him. Garoppolo fits this role perfectly as he has the potential to be a starter in the NFL, but he has a lot of room to be groomed.
5 - ATL: Morgan Moses, OT, Virginia
By adding Mack with their first pick, the Falcons would then need to find someone to protect Matt Ryan from taking another beating this season. Moses is an undrrated tackle that could fill into a starting role in his rookie year.
6 - TB: Ja'Wuan James, OL , Tennessee
I know, I know it has been all QBs and OL for the first several picks of my second round, but they address major needs. Anyways James has left tackle potential and, like his teammate, he could be groomed into a starter in his first year in the pros.
7 - JAX: Tre Mason, RB , Auburn
With Jones-Drew gone and no for sure starter on their current roster, the Jags need to find a starting running-back in the early rounds. There are three or four guys I really like and that a team couldn't go wrong with, but Mason is my pick here. Mason can make an impact right away and he would be an important player in turning this franchise around.
8 - MIN: David Yankey, G , Stanford
Jumping on one of the draft's top run-blocking guards could benefit their run game tremendously. Yankey is a great run blocker and would give A.P. tons of room to run.
9 - BUF: Austin Seferian-Jenkins, TE , Washington
E.J. Manuel needs more weapons and adding a top TE would help. Seferian-Jenkins is a great pass catcher and has the ability to be a #1 TE right away.
10 - TEN: Ka'Deem Carey, RB , Arizona
Carey is the best running-back in this draft, but off-field troubles have knocked him down a bit. He has all the talent to be a starter right away and is a perfect replacement for Johnson and a good compliment to Shone Greene.
11 - NYG: Jason Verrett, CB , TCU
Finally some defense. Verrett has the talent to be a first round pick and even one of the first CBs taken, but teams could pass due to the fact he's undersized.
12 - STL: Davante Adams, WR, Fresno State
Adams needs some work, but that could pay off in the long-run as he could turn into a solid starter. The Rams need a recieving threat to plug in along the outside and to give Bradford anthoer target.
13 - DET: Kyle Fuller, CB, Virginia Tech
Fuller is not only the brother of Lion's WR Corey, but he also fills a major need. The Lions have been looking for a corner to pair with Chris Houston, but have struggled with to do so. Although Darius Slay has the potential to be a solid corner, adding Fuller could give Detroit anthoer option down the road or maybe even a better one. However, Detroit has a lot of young corners that are still being evaluated, so they could go a different direction here.
14 - PIT: Deone Bucannon, S , Washington State
Pittsburgh needs to add youth to their secondary and they did so in the first round. However, they need to find a replacement for Polamalu and Bucannon could play special teams and develop until his time comes.
15 - DAL: Tim Jernigan, DT, Florida State
Dallas needs D-line help and Jernigan would be filling a major need. He is slightly undersized, but that won't matter as he posseses all the tools to improve the Cowboy's defense.
16 - BAL: Brandin Cooks, WR , Oregon State
Baltimore could use another receiving weapon for Flacco to use. With the additions of Steve Smith and Owen Daniels, adding a slot guy like Cooks would make their offense lethal. He can also line up along the outside as he has great speed.
17 - NYJ: Gabe Jackson, OG, Mississippi State
The Jets need a guard and Jackson is a solid player that could hold down the starting job for the Jets.
18 - MIA: Ryan Shazier, LB , Ohio State
Shazier may not drop this far, but if he does then Miami should jump on him. Shazier is a work horse and can play in multiple schemes, which makes him a great pick at this point.
19 - CHI: Jimmie Ward, S , Northern Illinois
Ward isn't the type of guy that will start right away, but he could develop into a solid option of a saftey needy Bears. He will most likely make his impact on special teams for his rookie season.
20 - ARI: Will Sutton, DT , Arizona State
Since they have Peterson and added Cromartie, their need for secondary goes down a bit. So, they will most likely add a D-lineman with the purpose of eventually replacing some of their aging players. Sutton is a sleeper, in my opinion, but if he gets in better shape and continues to improve, then he could become an impact player for this team.
21 - GB: Kyle Van Noy, OLB, BYU
Van Noy has a lot of talent and could greatly improve the Green Bay defense. There aren't a lot of D-line options at this point, but they could look to add a receiver after the loss of James Jones.
22 - PHI: Allen Robinson, WR , Penn State
The loss of Jackson and Avant hurts the Eagle's offense, so I see them looking for a receiving option in the early rounds. Robinson is a great red zone target that can line up along the outside and make plays.
23 - CIN: Seantrel Henderson, OL , Miami (FL)
Cincy needs to replace Anthony Collins after losing him this offseason. Henderson is the type of guy who could be a high reward or big bust prospect, but I think he is worth the risk here.
24 - SF: Donte Moncrief, WR , Mississippi
Moncrief has tremendous potential and could turn into a #1 option if he lives up to it. The 49ers need an explosive playmaker in the passing game and Moncreif can give that.
25 - SD: DaQuan Jones, DT , Penn State
Jones can fill into the San Diego scheme and help to make a difference along their defensive front. However, they could still go WR here as they need more options of Rivers.
26 - NO: Jack Mewhort, OL , Ohio State
Mewhort would give the Saints some solid depth along their offensive line. He is versatile as he can play both tackle and guard spots, which gives him even more value.
27 - IND: Trent Murphy, LB, Stanford
Murphy's size and speed allow him to play either LB or DE. He is a great pass rusher and has the potential to be one of the best at it.
28 - CAR: Rashaad Reynolds, CB , Oregon State
I had a receiver here, but I changed my mind since there aren't any guys left with #1 potential. Reynolds has the ability to start right away if needed and would give the Panthers some great secondary depth.
29 - SF: Marcus Martin, G , USC
Martin could start right away at center or guard, but since Kilgore was re-signed, Martin will have time to sit behind veterans and work to get even better.
30 - NE: Jace Amaro, TE , Texas Tech
Amaro is a perfect fit for this New England offense. He is a fantastic pass catching TE, but he lacks blocking traits that are good for TEs to have. He would be better fit in the slot where he can make big plays.
31 - DEN: Scott Crichton, DE, Oregon State
The Super Bowl proved that maybe defense does win championships, so I wouldn't be surprised to see Denver go defense here as well. Crichton would be a great addition to the Dever defense and would only make it even more lethal.
32 - SEA: Dominique Easley, DT, Florida
Easley is a very quick and aggressive DT that would pair well with Seattle's talented pass rushers. Both would benefit from eachother's play as a team can't block all of them one on one.

User Comments

Sunday, April 20, 2014 5:57 PM
Average -- Can't see the Bucs passing on Yankey. They don't have a starter and they signed a lt and are high on their rt
Tuesday, April 22, 2014 11:38 PM
Below Average -- Mettenberger, Garoppolo, and Savage are all better options than McCarron. Savage might not have the Numbers but his technique and tape are great. Just hope he has it between the ears.

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