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Beyond The Bench's 2nd Round Mock Draft (Round 2)



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1 - HOU: Zach Mettenberger, QB, LSU
(1st Rd: J. Clowney) The Texans get their QB of the future with the big armed kid from LSU.
2 - WAS: Joel Bitonio, OL , Nevada
(1st pick) The Redskins depleted Offensive Line gets some new life.
3 - CLE: Dee Ford, DE , Auburn
(1st Rd: S. Watkins, D. Carr) Ford will come in with a cihp on his shoulder after falling out of the 1st. He is a very confident kid who will play with a high motor
4 - OAK: Kelvin Benjamin, WR, Florida State
(1st Rd: K. Mack) The Raiders add a big weapon and will look to add a QB in rounds 3 or 4.
5 - ATL: Demarcus Lawrence, DE , Boise State
(1st Rd: J. Matthews) If the Falcons don't trade up to get Clowney, they'll settle for this under the radar guy who will instantly upgrade their Defensive Line.
6 - TB: Tim Jernigan, DT, Florida State
(1st Rd: Mike Evans) I am not as high on Jernigan as most. I think his footwork is poor, his stamina leaves more to be desired, and he doesn't get to the QB as often as you'd think.
7 - JAX: Donte Moncrief, WR , Mississippi
(1st Rd: J. Manziel) The Jags give new QB Johnny Football a shiny new weapon in this kid who is a playmaker.
8 - MIN: Chris Borland, ILB, Wisconsin
(1st Rd: B. Bortles) Borland may be the defensive version of Justin Pugh from last year's draft. Small arms, not great measurables, yet is just super productive. Possibly a 1st round pick.
9 - BUF: Jimmie Ward, S , Northern Illinois
(1st Rd: E. Ebron) Ward plays much bigger than he is (5'11" 193lb) and is a playmaker. He will fill in nicely for the departed Jarius Byrd.
10 - TEN: Stephon Tuitt, DL , Notre Dame
(1st Rd: J. Gilbert) Tuitt is a versatile Defensive Lineman who can play DE or DT. He will fit into a nice rotation at both positions in the Bills base 4-3.
11 - NYG: Troy Niklas, TE , Notre Dame
(1st Rd: T. Lewan) Back to back Irish come off the board as the Giants take the talented, well-rounded Tight End from South Bend. Niklas may be the best blocking TE of those who are considered above average pass catchers as well. His game translates very well to the NFL.
12 - STL: Ra'Shede Hageman, DL , Minnesota
(1st Rd: G. Robinson, D. Dennard) I doubt he falls this far, but if he does, it is extreme value for the Rams. Will look great in between Long and Quinn.
13 - DET: Bradley Roby, CB , Ohio State
(1st Rd: H. Clinton-Dix) His recent off the field incident has dropped him out of the 1st. He's not a great technical corner, but he gets the job done. The Lions have now upgraded at Safety and Cornerback.
14 - PIT: Louis Nix, DT, Notre Dame
(1st Rd: Z. Martin) Nix is the best true Nose Tackle in the draft. He has fallen here due to injury concerns and lack of 2013 production. But his 2012 tape is off the charts and shows what he truly is.
15 - DAL: Scott Crichton, DE, Oregon State
(1st Rd: C. Pryor) The Cowboys need to find a replacement for some of the sack production lost by the departure of Demarcus Ware. Crichton has a very high motor and puts and emphasis on forcing fumbles (10 in career).
16 - BAL: Ja'Wuan James, OL , Tennessee
(1st Rd: CJ Mosely) While most people had been talking about Tiny Richardson on the Volunteer Offensive Line, they overlooked the best player there, and that is James. I think he can be a Day 1 starter for the Ravens at Right Tackle.
17 - NYJ: Jace Amaro, TE , Texas Tech
(1st Rd: O. Beckham) I'm not as high on Amaro as others are. I think he's a very nice pass catcher, but for someone who is 6'5" 265 lbs, he doesn't block well at all. I think Rex Ryan is a nice fit for him as a coach because he is a motivator.
18 - MIA: Gabe Jackson, OG, Mississippi State
(1st Rd: M. Moses) Not an athletic Guard, but he is a physical run blocker and above average pass blocker. An upgrade over anything the Dolphins have.
19 - CHI: Deone Bucannon, S , Washington State
(1st Rd: A. Donald) This is the last of the Safeties that have a chance to start right away next year. This kid is a big Safety and plays even bigger.
20 - ARI: Allen Robinson, WR , Penn State
(1st Rd: T. Bridgewater) Doesn't have great top end speed, but size and leaping ability will make him a tough cover for any Cornerback.
21 - GB: Stanley Jean-Baptiste, CB , Nebraska
(1st Rd: A. Barr) Jean-Baptiste's stock has risen maybe not because of anything he did, but looking at what he may become with the league falling in love with big, athletic Cornerbacks.
22 - PHI: Lamarcus Joyner, CB, Florida State
(1st Rd: C. Latimer) Joyner can play either Corner or Safety so his versatility will come in handy for the secondary depleted Eagles.
23 - CIN: Jimmy Garoppolo, QB, Eastern Illinois
(1st Rd: K. Ealy) Garoppolo has great poise, footwork, and arm strength. If he had produced the way he did at Eastern Illinois at a major school, he'd be a Top 20 pick. The Bengals will put some pressure on Andy Dalton to perform at his best.
24 - SF: Jordan Matthews, WR, Vanderbilt
(1st Rd: K. Fuller) Matthews was all Vandy had, and still was one of the most productive Wide Receivers in the SEC. At 6'3 215 lbs, he has the ability to be a tough cover if he can show he has top end speed.
25 - SD: Kyle Van Noy, OLB, BYU
(1st Rd: J. Verrett) His stock has been rising quick so I don't know if he reaches down here. But the Chargers will take advantage and jump on him. Perfect fit in the Chargers base 3-4 as an OLB. Good pass rusher and run defender.
26 - NO: Jarvis Landry, WR , LSU
(1st Rd: R. Shazier) The Saints turn down the road to get their newest weapon for Drew Brees. Landry fell because he didn't run fast. So what? He is the toughest WR in this draft and his hands are outstanding.
27 - IND: Terrence Brooks, DB , Florida State
(1st pick) The Colts are going to look to trade down as they only have 5 picks in the draft. They need help at Safety and if they are forced to pick here, he's the best on the board.
28 - CAR: Jeremy Hill, RB, LSU
(1st Rd: M. Lee) The Panthers need help at Offensive Tackle, but I don't see any worthy of being picked here. They get younger, stronger, and quicker at Running Back with Hill who I think is the best in the class.
29 - SF: Weston Richburg, C, Colorado State
Since he is the top Center in the draft, he may get pushed up some boards. But I have him falling here. He will start there from day 1.
30 - NE: Devin Desjarlais, WR , New Mexico
(1st Rd: A. Seferian-Jenkins) ACTUAL PICK: PIERRE DESIR - CB - LINDENWOOD: This is the kind of kid that Bellchik loves. Long, athletic, productive, and under the radar. This small school kid is going to be a real good player.
31 - DEN: Carlos Hyde, RB , Ohio State
(1st Rd: X Su'a-Filo) The loss of Knowshon Moreno leaves a hole in the depth at RB for the Broncos. Hyde is a between the tackles runner with surprising quickness. Most importantly, he's good at picking up a blitzer.
32 - SEA: Dominique Easley, DT, Florida
(1st Rd: C. Kouandijo) A major knee injury ended his 2013 season too early. He could've been thought in the 1st round if he was healthy and productive. The Seahawks lost some depth on the Defensive Line and they add to it with this big kid.


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