Damond Talbot's Second Round Final Mock

Janoris Jenkins was once looked at as a savior of the Florida defense. His stock has since dropped after several incidents at Florida. He has since been two years clean and played for North Alabama last year. He is my big steal of the second round, but what team does he go too.

There is still a ton of talent on the board, and can't wonder what to think the St. Louis Rams will do with their three picks in the top 13 of the round. I really think they could walk away with one of the most solid drafts this season. Check out who I think St. Louis will grab with their picks and check out what QB sneaks into the 2nd round?

33. St. Louis (Michael Brockers) – Rueben Randle, WR, LSU – I really like this pick here, and I think they are getting the best WR left on the board.

34. Indianapolis (Andrew Luck) – Coby Fleener, TE, Stanford – Why not give Luck his favorite target from college.

35. Baltimore (None) – Courtney Upshaw, DE/OLB, Alabama – Easy pick, they get a stud Linebacker who is going to be hungrier then ever.

36. Denver (None) – Devon Still, DT, Penn State, Denver lost Bunkley and this will be a good fit here at 36.

37. Cleveland (Trent Richardson, Brandon Weeden) – Stephen Hill, WR, Georgia Tech, They get a WR that should have been in the first round, what a huge steal.

38. Jacksonville (Justin Blackmon) – Janoris Jenkins, CB, North Alabama, What a good fit, I love this pick. They get great value for him.

39. St. Louis – Cordy Glenn, OT/OG, Georgia – They get a huge steal here. He is one of the best lineman in this draft, who can play all positions on the line.

40. Carolina (Luke Kuechly) – Casey Hayward, CB, Vanderbilt – Carolina gets a corner here, they wanted Gilmore in the first, but took the best linebacker in the draft.

41. Buffalo (Stephon Gilmore) – Alshon Jeffery, WR, South Carolina – Two South Carolina players in 2 rounds? I think they are crazy for passing on Martin too but they get Offensive help.

42. Miami (Ryan Tannehill) – Vinny Curry, DE, Marshall – Miami gets my favorite player in the draft. He will be a huge steal for them at 42.

43. Seattle (Bruce Irvin) – Jerel Worthy, DT, Michigan State – Pete Carroll is getting his defense strapped.

44. Kansas City (Dontari Poe) – Bobby Wagner, LB, Utah State – They wanted Luke Kuechly, but they get a guy who is just as athletic if not more.

45. St. Louis – Lavonte David, OLB, Nebraska – St. Louis finishes strong with a huge pick to help out their line backer corps.

46. Philadelphia (Fletcher Cox) – Amini Silatolu, OT/OG, Midwestern State- This is a BPA pick, who can come in and help protect Vick immediately.

47. New York Jets (Quinton Coples) – Brian Quick, Appalachian State – A very big bodied WR, who can help Sanchez stretch the field.

48. New England (Chandler Jones, Donta Hightower) – Trumaine Johnson, CB, Montana – A very big physical corner who is not afraid to get in the face of someone.

49. San Diego (Melvin Ingram) – Jonathan Martin, OT, Stanford – I don’t know how a guy with great intelligence slips this far. They get a steal in the draft and a replacement for Marcus McNeil.

50. Chicago (Shea McClellin) – Mohamed Sanu, WR, Rutgers – This is a big bodied WR, who can line up opposite of Brandon Marshall.

51. Philadelphia – Mychal Kendricks, ILB, California – A very fast and athletic Linebacker to help the eagles. He can play all the spots and has very good skills.

52. Tennessee (Kendall Wright) – Kendall Reyes, DE/DT, Connecticut – A big boy, who can move. People talked about Poe but Reyes was just as impressive at the Combine.

53. Cincinnati (Dre Kirkpatrick, Kevin Zeitler) – Lamar Miller, RB, Miami – The Bengals get a very solid runningback in the second round. Miller is young and hungry.

54. Detroit (Riley Reiff) – Josh Robinson, CB/KR, UCF – One of my favorite CB/KR’s in the draft, Lions finally pick a CB after 4 years.

55. Atlanta (None) – Mike Adams, OT, Ohio State – They need a OT, I am not a fan of Sam Baker, with their first pick in the draft, they get their guy.

56. Pittsburgh (David DeCastro) – Brandon Thompson, DT, Clemson – A big body who will they will fall in love with in the Oil City.

57. Denver – Brock Osweiler, QB, Arizona State – This is a good pick, they like him to develop behind Peyton Manning.

58. Houston (Whitney Mercilus) – Dwayne Allen, TE, Clemson – A great fit for the Texans, they now have their Patriot Punch at TE.

59. Green Bay (Nick Perry) – Jayron Hosley, CB, Virginia Tech – With Charles getting up there in age, and Hosley falling, why not get him and let him develop behind the best.

60. Baltimore – Peter Konz, C/OG, Wisconsin – Konz should have been a first rounder, but with an ankle issue, he falls to team with a very old center.

61. San Francisco (A.J. Jenkins) – Zach Brown, OLB, UNC - Brown is a very good player, who could come in and help out right away.

62. New England – Kelechi Osemele, OG/OT, Iowa State – With the Pats last pick they get a much needed player on the line. Osemele can play all positions.

63. New York Giants (David Wilson) – Andre Branch, DE/OLB, Clemson – Branch is very good off the edge, he could easily be the pick since he fell this far.

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