2013 NFL Draft results: Geno Smith, Manti Te'o headline 2nd round selections

Debby Wong-USA TODAY Sports

The long wait for Geno Smith and Manti Teo ended early on Friday as they headlined an eventful second round.

The second round of the 2013 NFL Draft is complete and it did not take long for the fireworks to begin. Geno Smith and Manti Te'o were among the most talked about players during the first round and both came off the board within the first seven picks of the second round.

San Diego traded up in the second round to take Te'o with the No. 38 pick. The Jets added to their confusing quarterback situation one pick later, ending Smith's slide. While Smith and Te'o drew headlines, they were only two picks in an eventful second round.

The San Francisco 49ers were busy in the second round, first trading down from No. 34, only to move back up into the late second round. The 49ers have a number of picks and were able to maneuver around the second round and still come away with Cornellius Carradine and Vance McDonald. Here is the complete list of second-round selections:

Pick Team Player Position School
33. Jacksonville Jaguars Jonathan Cyprien Safety Florida International
34. Tennessee Titans Justin Hunter Wide Receiver Tennessee
35. Philadelphia Eagles Zach Ertz Tight End Stanford
36. Detroit Lions Darius Slay Cornerback Mississippi State
37. Cincinnati Bengals Giovani Bernard Running Back North Carolina
38. San Diego Chargers Manti Te'o Linebacker Notre Dame
39. New York Jets Geno Smith Quarterback West Virginia
40. San Francisco 49ers Cornellius Carradine Defensive End Florida State
41. Buffalo Bills Robert Woods Wide Receiver USC
42. Oakland Raiders Menelik Watson Offensive Tackle Florida State
43. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Johnthan Banks Cornerback Mississippi State
44. Carolina Panthers Kawann Short Defensive Tackle Purdue
45. Arizona Cardinals Kevin Minter Linebacker LSU
46. Buffalo Bills Kiko Alonso Linebacker Oregon
47. Dallas Cowboys Gavin Escobar Tight End San Diego State
48. Pittsburgh Steelers Le'Veon Bell Running Back Michigan State
49. New York Giants Johnathan Hankins Defensive Tackle Ohio State
50. Chicago Bears Jon Bostic Linebacker Florida
51. Washington Redskins David Amerson Cornerback North Carolina State
52. New England Patriots Jamie Collins Linebacker Southern Miss
53. Cincinnati Bengals Margus Hunt Defensive End SMU
54. Miami Dolphins Jamar Taylor Cornerback Boise State
55. San Francisco 49ers Vance McDonald Tight End Rice
56. Baltimore Ravens Arthur Brown Linebacker Kansas State
57. Houston Texans D.J. Swearinger Safety South Carolina
58. Denver Broncos Montee Ball Running Back Wisconsin
59. New England Patriots Aaron Dobson Wide Receiver Marshall
60. Atlanta Falcons Robert Alford Cornerback Southeast Louisiana
61. Green Bay Packers Eddie Lacy Running Back Alabama
62. Seattle Seahawks Christine Michael Running Back Texas A&M

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