After an exciting first night of the draft, night two is upon us. There are still plenty of great players left on the board, some of whom should have been selected in the first 25 picks. Day two is stacked with depth at multiple positions, and some positions could fly off the board at the start of day two. No trades were involved in this mock to keep it a bit simpler.
33. Jacksonville Jaguars – Trevon Moehrig-Woodard, S, TCU
The Jaguars made an interesting selection with the 25th pick. Moehrig likely should’ve been the pick with their second first-round choice, but Jacksonville stops his slide early on day two.
34. New York Jets – Teven Jenkins, OT, Oklahoma State
The Jets keep spending on the offensive line. An offensive line with Mekhi Becton, Alijah Vera-Tucker, and Teven Jenkins on it is a nasty trio that will make Zach Wilson sit pretty in the pocket and pave lanes for whoever is running the football for New York.
35. Atlanta Falcons – Javonte Williams, RB, North Carolina
Atlanta continues to go all-out on offense. The Falcons signed Mike Davis in free agency, but that isn’t enough for them to disregard adding Williams at the top of the second round. Atlanta’s defense still needs some work, but there is a ton of depth on the defensive side of the ball later on in the draft.
36. Miami Dolphins (via Houston) – Samuel Cosmi, OT, Texas
After taking Jaylen Waddle, and Jaelan Phillips in the first round, the Dolphins get another steal by selecting Cosmi, who has slipped to the second round. Cosmi would align at the right tackle spot and give the Dolphins another versatile piece along the offensive line.
37. Philadelphia Eagles – Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, LB/S, Notre Dame
Philadelphia could go in a lot of directions with this pick. Cornerbacks are still on the board, but with JOK staring them in the face, the Eagles pounce on the opportunity to take a top 15 talent in the class. Adding him to a lacking linebacker room is something that Philadelphia needs to do, as they have blatantly ignored the position for years.
38. Cincinnati Bengals – Dillon Radunz, OT, North Dakota State
The Bengals may have outsmarted Draft Twitter. Yes, taking Chase may not have been the right choice, but the tackles have started to slip, and Cincinnati will likely get one of the top ones still on the board.
39. Carolina Panthers – Baron Browning, LB, Ohio State
The Panthers were the first team to shock the league when they selected Jaycee Horn with the eighth pick. Carolina continues to add to their defense by selecting Browning, who many had as a potential first-round prospect.
40. Denver Broncos – Christian Barmore, DL, Alabama
Denver was another team to shock the league when they continued to add to their cornerback room. With Owusu-Koramoah off the board, Barmore is the top player on their board, and also fills a position of need for the Broncos.
41. Detroit Lions – Asante Samuel Jr, CB, Florida State
There is a lot of talent at the cornerback spot still left. Detroit is the first to dip into the pool by getting a steal at the top of the second round. Samuel could have gone to Green Bay with the 29th pick, but going to Detroit to pair with Jeffrey Okudah isn’t half bad either.
42. New York Giants – Azeez Ojulari, EDGE, Georgia
When the Giants were on the clock with the 20th pick, many thought the choice was an edge-rusher. Instead, New York took Kadarius Toney. In the second round, they fill their edge-rusher need with Ojulari, who is yet another player who could’ve went on Thursday night.
43. San Francisco 49ers – Ifeatu Melifonwu, CB, Syracuse
The 49ers got their quarterback of the future on Thursday night and now dip into the cornerback pool. San Francisco’s cornerback room about disappeared during the offseason, and adding Melifonwu to the room is something that the 49ers would be wise to do.
44. Dallas Cowboys – Kelvin Joseph, CB, Kentucky
Are you sensing a trend yet? The cornerbacks will fly off the board at the top of the second round. After missing out on one in the first round, Dallas gets a controversial prospect in the second round. Joseph has a ton of upside, and Dallas is hoping he can provide a spark into a cornerback room that needs it desperately.
45. Jacksonville Jaguars (via Minnesota) – Pat Freiermuth, TE, Penn State
The Jaguars make up for their blunder at the 25th pick by adding Freiermuth, who could’ve been the choice at 25. Trevor Lawrence needs a safety blanket, and the Penn State product is a perfect fit in Jacksonville.
46. New England Patriots – Rondale Moore, WR, Purdue
Mac Jones is now the future in New England. While the Patriots added a plethora of weapons in free agency, no one brings the skillset that Moore would to the Patriots. He gives another element to the offense they don’t have currently and is a steal at this price.
47. Los Angeles Chargers – Elijah Moore, WR, Ole Miss
Back-to-back Moore’s go in the second round. The Ole Miss receiver was a sleeper at the backend of the first round on Thursday night and finds a home in Los Angeles with Justin Herbert and company.
48. Las Vegas Raiders – Levi Onwuzurike, DL, Washington
Las Vegas made another head-scratching move in the first round by picking Alex Leatherwood with the 17th pick. The Raiders continue to build up in the trenches by adding Onwuzurike, who many have as the top defensive lineman in the class, even ahead of Barmore. After releasing Maurice Hurst, the Raiders need to add reinforcements on their defensive line.
49. Arizona Cardinals – Terrace Marshall Jr. WR, LSU
The Cardinals continue to give Kyler Murray weapons. Marshall is a debated topic among many analysts, and he has slipped to the middle of the second round, where the Cardinals scoop him up to learn from Deandre Hopkins and A.J. Green.
50. Miami Dolphins – Joseph Ossai, EDGE, Texas
The Dolphins added Phillips to their pass-rush disposal in round one, but Ossai dropping gives Miami another rookie to add to their rotation. He can be used in many different ways, and that is something Brian Flores will love.
51. Washington Football Team – Jevon Holland, S, Oregon
The best player available approach is one that Washington should take on Friday night as well. While the defense is one of the best in the league, you can never have too many secondary players, especially ones that can play multiple roles. Holland is the pick because of that.
52. Chicago Bears – Daviyon Nixon, DL, Iowa
The Bears shipped the farm to get Justin Fields on Thursday night. On Friday night, they turn their attention on fixing a roster that still needs a lot of help. Akiem Hicks isn’t the same player he once was, and the defensive line depth is lacking. Nixon is a young player that can learn and develop next to Hicks and give Chicago another force in the middle of their defense.
53. Tennessee Titans – Brevin Jordan, TE, Miami
54. Indianapolis Colts – Liam Eichenberg, OT, Notre Dame
It was a surprise to many when the Colts didn’t trade out of the 21st pick. It was even more of a surprise when that selection wasn’t on a tackle. Chris Ballard manipulates the board and selects Eichenberg, who had a shot to be the pick in the first round.
55. Pittsburgh Steelers – Creed Humphrey, IOL, Oklahoma
Pittsburgh didn’t surprise anyone when they took Najee Harris in the first round. Now, Harris needs some help in front of him. The Steelers lost multiple starters on the offensive line in the offseason, and Humphrey slides to them enough to be the selection at 55.
56. Seattle Seahawks – Alim McNeill, DL, NC State
Day two welcomes Seattle to the party. With only three picks in the draft, this is a prime trade-down spot, but that’s not allowed here. The Seahawks could go in many ways with this pick, but the defensive line is one unit that desperately needs help. McNeill is the choice because of that.
57. Los Angeles Rams – Quinn Meinerz, IOL, Wisconsin-Whitewater
The Rams have met with Meinerz multiple times. Los Angeles has a gaping hole in the middle of the offensive line, and Meinerz could play any interior spot on the offensive line for Los Angeles.
58. Kansas City Chiefs (via Baltimore) – Amari Rodgers, WR, Clemson
Three straight picks, and three teams that make their first selection. Kansas City is looking to add another weapon for Patrick Mahomes, and they find one with Rodgers. The Chiefs are a track team, and Rodgers is a perfect fit as a gadget weapon for the explosive offense in Kansas City.
59. Cleveland Browns – Carlos Basham Jr. EDGE, Wake Forest
Cleveland took Greg Newsome II in round one, which was a steal. The Browns get another excellent value pick by adding Basham to their defensive line.
60. New Orleans Saints – Jabril Cox, LB, LSU
For those that are bashing the Payton Turner pick, please turn on the tape and think again. In the second round, New Orleans adds a cover linebacker who will take the role Kwon Alexander had last year.
61. Buffalo Bills – Milton Williams, DL, Louisiana Tech
After selecting Gregory Rousseau in the first round, Buffalo adds to their front seven by snagging Williams. He is an uber-athletic player who the Bills could use as a pass-rush specialist during his rookie season.
62. Green Bay Packers – Spencer Brown, OT, Northern Iowa
There are other needs on Green Bay’s roster other than a receiver. Don’t let the media fool you. The Packers need a new right tackle and love taking uber-athletic freaks at the position. Well, Brown scored a perfect 10 for his RAS score. He would immediately start at right tackle for Green Bay.
63. Kansas City Chiefs – Ronnie Perkins, EDGE, Oklahoma
Kansas City was lacking in the pass-rush department last year. Perkins could go higher than this and is a great fit in Kansas City.
64. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Wyatt Davis, IOL, Ohio State
While interior offensive line isn’t a pressing need for Tampa Bay, Davis is too good of a player to pass up on here. The Buccaneers spent a lot of last year’s draft using a BPA approach, and it worked out great for them.