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Aromatic-Sports's Mock Draft Round 2 (Round 2)

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In my opinion round two is where the real value in this years draft. So many great depth players who can contribute immediately as well as some day one starters. I can't wait to see this years draft.

1 - HOU: Jimmy Garoppolo, QB, Eastern Illinois
Smart and accurate QB with a lightening fast release of the ball. Decent arm and can make all the NFL throws. Houston had to pass on Bortles to draft Clowney but still get a pretty good QB in round two. Will he be able to start day one is the real question.
2 - WAS: Kyle Fuller, CB, Virginia Tech
Redskins uses their first pick of the 2014 draft on a physical playmaking corner to add to it's secondary.
3 - CLE: Kelvin Benjamin, WR, Florida State
Huge WR almost TE sized. Ran a lot slower than expected at the combine and is a poor route runner which dropped him out of round one. Many teams see him as more of a project player.
4 - OAK: A.J. McCarron, QB, Alabama
Oakland was hoping to land either Carr or Garoppolo in round two to groom to be the heir at QB but both are off the board. AJ looks the part but is he really a starting quality QB? Oakland sure hopes so.
5 - ATL: Antonio Richardson, OL , Tennessee
Big explosive tackle who lifted the 225lb bench press an amazing 36 times at the combine. Should be a lock for the 1st round but failed a few team physicals that made him drop like a rock. Huge upside for this LT.
6 - TB: Allen Robinson, WR , Penn State
Tampa adds a replacement for Mike Williams, who was traded to Buffalo in the offseason.
7 - DEN: Ryan Shazier, LB , Ohio State
(Trade) In my first round mock the Jags traded back into the first round with Denver to draft Teddy Bridgewater. With this pick Denver gets great value with Shazier, who is a bit undersized causing him to slip into the 2nd round.
8 - MIN: Stephon Tuitt, DL , Notre Dame
Tuitt slides into round two and the Vikings pounce on him to play along side Sharrif Floyd and replace Kevin Williams.
9 - BUF: Austin Seferian-Jenkins, TE , Washington
Buffalo desperately needs a playmaking red zone target for young QB EJ Manuel to develop and find a gem in round 2.
10 - TEN: Chris Borland, ILB, Wisconsin
Tennessee continues to add parts to its new 3-4 defense. Borland has average speed and below average height,but has the amazing ability to read and react to most plays before they develop. Forced 15 career fumbles, second most in FBS history. Reminds me of Zach Thomas.
11 - NYG: Cyril Richardson, OG, Baylor
Massive Guard (6'5" 335 Ibs) who also has experience at LT so can be moved around the line. Had a so-so combine but improved his numbers at his pro day.
12 - STL: Dion Bailey, S , USC
Rams take a USC safety for the 2nd year in a row to help a secondary that struggled last season.
13 - DET: Jordan Matthews, WR, Vanderbilt
Detroit passes on Mike Evans in round one but grabs Matthews, who has as much upside as Evans does on the next level.
14 - PIT: Jason Verrett, CB , TCU
Undersized corner who is not afraid to make a tackle on a runningback or TE. Plays bigger than he is and should contribute on special teams as well.
15 - DAL: Kyle Van Noy, OLB, BYU
Explosive and disruptive player who always seems to be around the ball. Recorded 62 tackles for loss in his college career. Will be an excellent 4-3 Sam LB in Dallas.
16 - BAL: David Yankey, G , Stanford
Baltimore needs to rebuild it's o-line and Yankey would be a great start.
17 - NYJ: Dee Ford, DE , Auburn
Undersized DE who will be converted to a pass rushing OLB. Did not have a great pro day or combine but possesses a high motor and a explosive first step coming off the edge. Put in the right situation, Ford could be a monster on the next level.
18 - MIA: Donte Moncrief, WR , Mississippi
Outside of Mike Wallace, the Dolphins do not have many big play weapons. Moncrief is a fast runner with 4.40 speed and is an excellent route runner. Wallace was a disappointment in 2013 but adding another field stretcher would help Wallace out on the other side.
19 - CHI: Jimmie Ward, S , Northern Illinois
Ward is a bit undersized but is a playmaker. Chicago keeps him in-state to play for the Bears.
20 - ARI: Jeremy Hill, RB, LSU
Rashard Mendenhall has retired after one injury plagued season in Arz. and Ellington better suited to be a change of pace back, the Cardinals need to find a reliable, every-down back. Hill is a big physical back who is a load to bring down. Great North-South runner who can take a beating.
21 - GB: Troy Niklas, TE , Notre Dame
Another great value pick for Green Bay in round two. Huge target with great hands, perfect replacement for Jermichael Finley.
22 - PHI: Demarcus Lawrence, DE , Boise State
Philly lacks pass rushers and Lawrence would be a steal at pick #54. Reminds me of Jevon Kearse.
23 - CIN: Weston Richburg, C, Colorado State
Bengals fill a need in the middle of their line with the versatile Richburg.
24 - SF: Trent Murphy, LB, Stanford
Aldon Smith is in more hot water so the 49ers wastes no time finding his fill-in and possible replacement. Murphy is a hybrid player with 1st round talent.
25 - SD: Ego Ferguson, DT , LSU
The Chargers desperately need a Nose tackle and find one with the enormous 315 Ib Ferguson.
26 - NO: Cody Latimer, WR , Indiana
Colston seems to be slowing down and both Lance Moore and Darren Sproles playing elsewhere in 2014, the Saints need to give Drew Brees some new targets. Latimer is a big posession WR with great hands and is a good route runner.
27 - IND: Carlos Hyde, RB , Ohio State
Colts have several needs but inconsistency and injury killed the Colts running game in 2013. Hyde is a big bodied physical runner who will fill the roll Trent Richardson was brought in for. Great pass blocker and decenct pass catcher, Hyde will be Luck's best friend with Donald Brown now playing in SD.
28 - CAR: Davante Adams, WR, Fresno State
Carolina grabs the nations leading WR in 2013. Doesn't have elite speed but is quick and crafty and will be the big target Cam Newton needs in the passing game. Not afraid to go over the middle to make the catch
29 - SF: Kareem Martin, DE , North Carolina
SF continues to reload by finding the perfect player to fit their scheme. Future Pro bowl caliber prospect.
30 - NE: Jeremiah Attaochu, OLB, Georgia Tech
Strong attacking OLB who can shed blocks and get after the QB. Attaochu is still raw and will need work improving his pass coverage skills but still a solid pick late in the 2nd round.
31 - DEN: Keith McGill, DB , Utah
Huge cover corner (6'3" 215 Ibs) Has some injury concerns but would be the perfect replacement for Champ Bailey.
32 - SEA: Cameron Fleming, T , Stanford
Big athletic RT to add depth to the Superbowl champs o-line.

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