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Round 2 mock draft: Perfect fits for every team (per ESPN)


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32. Cleveland Browns

Connor Cook, QB, Michigan State

Cook is the most NFL-ready QB available after starting 40 games in a pro-style system at Michigan State. In addition, first-year head coach Hue Jackson has had success with Andy Dalton, who, like Cook, doesn't possess an elite physical skill set.

Watch Cook's highlights

 


 

 

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33. Tennessee Titans

Michael Thomas, WR, Ohio State

Thomas is one of the more polished route runners in this class and would provide second-year QB Marcus Mariota with a big and reliable target.

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34. Dallas Cowboys

Kevin Dodd, DE, Clemson

Dallas tried to move back into the first to pick up Paxton Lynch but was unsuccessful, so a QB could be in the mix here. But after cutting ties with Greg Hardy and with Randy Gregory serving a four game suspension, the Cowboys need to find pass rushing help on the edges.

Watch Dodd's highlights

 


 

 

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35. San Diego Chargers

Jason Spriggs, OT, Indiana

LT King Dunlap, who turns 31 in September, missed seven games due to injuries last season and was up and down when on the field. Spriggs would be a player to groom as Dunlap's eventual replacement.

Watch Spriggs' highlights

 


 

 

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36. Baltimore Ravens

Jonathan Bullard, DE, Florida

The team cut ties with Chris Canty this offseason and Brandon Williams enters a contract year. Carl Davis, a 2015 third-rounder, was ineffective in his rookie season, and Bullard plays with a physical and relentless edge that the Ravens covet at the position.

 


 

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37. Kansas City Chiefs*

Reggie Ragland, ILB, Alabama

Ragland's enlarged Aorta condition reported yesterday likely played a part in him falling out of the first round. Assuming his medical checks out, the Chiefs could use a physical thumper next to Derrick Johnson who is also getting up there in age at 33 years old.

Watch Ragland's highlights | *Acquired in trade with 49ers


 

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38. Jacksonville Jaguars

Jarran Reed, DT, Alabama

This isn't a big need for the Jaguars, but Reed is a great value here. Jacksonville would continue to target and strengthen its defensive front with the draft's best interior run defender.

Watch Reed's highlights


 

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39. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Myles Jack, OLB, UCLA

Jack is a top-5 talent in this class, but long-term durability concerns with his knee deterred teams from using a first-round pick on him. Similar to Ragland, if his medical situation is deemed OK by the team, Jack could end up filling a need and being a steal for the Bucs.

Watch Jack's highlights


 

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40. New York Giants

Christian Hackenberg, QB, Penn State

The Giants need to start looking to groom an eventual replacement for Eli Manning, who turned 35 in January. This would be an ideal spot for Hackenberg to go into the witness protection program and hone his craft while Manning wraps up the remainder of his career. Hackenberg has the tools to eventually have success in the NFC East.

Watch Hackenberg's highlights


 

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41. Chicago Bears

Hunter Henry, TE, Arkansas

Henry would be an ideal replacement for Martellus Bennett, who was traded to New England this offseason.

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42. Miami Dolphins

Mackensie Alexander, CB, Clemson

Miami traded for Byron Maxwell to help replace the void left by Brent Grimes, who left in free agency. But the Dolphins still have a hole to fill on the opposite side and adding another Clemson Tiger here would be a solid fit within their scheme, which mixes in a heavy dose of press technique.

Watch Alexander's highlights


 

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43. Tennessee Titans*

Xavien Howard, CB, Baylor

The Titans need to find some consistency at the position. Kendall Fuller would also be an option here, but we went with Howard, who has the size, athleticism and ball awareness to fit within defensive coordinator **** LeBeau's heavy press-zone scheme.

*Acquired in trade with Rams


 

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44. Oakland Raiders

Andrew Billings, DT, Baylor

The Raiders need to continue to infuse depth and talent on the interior. Billings would quickly push for a starting spot next to Dan Williams on the inside.

Watch Billings' highlights


 

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45. Tennessee Titans*

Noah Spence, OLB, Eastern Kentucky

OLBs Derrick Morgan and Deiontrez Mount are coming off of season-ending injuries last season. Spence is one of the more natural edge rushers in this class and would have a chance to thrive within LeBeau's exotic blitz packages.

Watch Spence's highlights | *Acquired in trade with Rams


 

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46. Detroit Lions

Kendall Fuller, CB, Virginia Tech

Fuller has some limitations and is a bit speed deficient, but he has excellent instincts and ball awareness that would fit well within the Lions' heavy-zone scheme.

Watch Fuller's highlights


 

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47. New Orleans Saints

Cody Whitehair, G, Kansas State

After parting ways with six-time pro bowler Jahri Evans, the Saints have a void to fill on the interior of the O-line. Whitehair is a technician who plays with great balance to fit within the Saints' zone-blocking scheme.

Watch Whitehair's highlights

 


 

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48. Indianapolis Colts

Chris Jones, DT, Mississippi State

After addressing the offensive line in the first round, the Colts should look to continue to get stronger in the trenches. Jones shows some inconsistencies on tape, but he has the most upside of any of the defensive tackles. That, combined with his versatility, makes him worth risk at this point.

Watch Jones' highlights


 

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49. Buffalo Bills

Kamalei Correa, OLB, Boise State

The Bills are looking to infuse some talent at the linebacker position. Correa's ability to play in space and bring value as a pass-rusher could be appealing for head coach Rex Ryan and his creative defensive mind.

Watch Correa's highlights


 

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50. Atlanta Falcons

Deion Jones, OLB, LSU

The Falcons are short on playmakers at the linebacker position, as they gave up an NFL-high 213 combined receptions to RBs and TEs last season. Jones' speed and ability to hold up space could help their cause in this area.

 


 

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51. New York Jets

Vonn Bell, S, Ohio State

SS Calvin Pryor is coming off a strong season, but the Jets could use to add depth and potential upgrade at FS. Bell also brings great value at this point; he is arguably the best cover safety in this class.

Watch Bell's highlights


 

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52. Houston Texans

A'Shawn Robinson, DL, Alabama

DE Jared Crick left via free agency, and Jeoffrey Pagan and Christian Covington have yet to make a big impact up front. Robinson's versatility as a two-gapper makes him a fit here.

Watch Robinson's highlights


 

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53. Washington Redskins

Austin Johnson, DT, Penn State

Johnson would add size and strength to a defense that ranked 26th in rushing defense last season, while giving up 4.8 yards per rush (31st in the NFL).

Watch Johnson's highlights


 

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54. Minnesota Vikings

Nick Martin, G/C, Notre Dame

Even after inking OG Alex Boone to a four-year deal, the Vikings need to add youth and talent on the interior. OG Brandon Fusco struggled last season, while OC John Sullivan missed all of 2015 and is coming off of two back surgeries. Martin could be a plug-and-play rookie due to his experience, toughness and advanced technique.

Watch Martin's highlights


 

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55. Cincinnati Bengals

Tyler Boyd, WR, Pittsburgh

The Bengals need to infuse weapons on the perimeter next to A.J. Green after the free agent departures of Marvin Jones and Mohamed Sanu. Boyd is a smooth route runner who has reliable hands and is underrated after the catch. This pick would ensure QB Andy Dalton continues to be surrounded by talent at the offensive skill positions.


 

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56. Seattle Seahawks

Derrick Henry, RB, Alabama

This would be a perfect marriage between what Henry brings as a runner and the Seahawks' physical downhill rushing attack as they look for a long-term replacement for Marshawn Lynch.

Watch Henry's highlights


 

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57. Green Bay Packers

Joshua Perry, ILB, Ohio State

Perry is NFL-ready with the size, instincts and point-of-attack skills that Green Bay is looking for. This pick would enable the Packers to move Clay Matthews back to OLB, where he makes the most impact as a player.


 

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58. Pittsburgh Steelers

Darian Thompson, S, Boise State

The Steelers would continue to upgrade their secondary with this selection. Thomas is one of the more instinctive and ball-hawking safeties in this class. He would immediately push for a starting role next to Mike Mitchell.

 


 

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59. Kansas City Chiefs

Su'a Cravens, S, USC

Husain Abdullah retired and Tyvon Branch signed with Arizona in free agency. Cravens would be a strong fit at strong safety next to Eric Berry. The USC product has the versatility to hold up near the box as a nickel linebacker in sub-package situations.

Watch Cravens' highlights


 

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60. New England Patriots

Willie Henry, DT, Michigan

The Patriots need to find depth at DT after releasing Chris Jones and former first-rounder Dominique Easley. Henry is an underrated prospect whose toughness and motor could be appealing to head coach Bill Belichick.

Watch Henry's highlights


 

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61. New England Patriots*

Alex Lewis, OT, Nebraska

OTs Nate Solder and Sebastian Vollmer were hit by the injury bug, while Marcus Cannon struggled in relief last season. Lewis is an under-the-radar prospect whose versatility to line up at both tackle and guard could bring solid value at this point.

*Acquired in trade with Cardinals


 

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62. Carolina Panthers

Emmanuel Ogbah, DE, Oklahoma State

The Panthers did well to re-sign Charles Johnson at a reduced price, but after the retirement of Jared Allen, they have a big void to fill at the DE position. General manager Dave Gettleman covets depth in the trenches and could use his first two picks on D-linemen, similar to what he did in 2013, when he took Star Lotulelei and Kawann Short with his first two picks.

Watch Ogbah's highlights

 


 

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63. Denver Broncos

Jihad Ward, DE, Illinois

Denver looks to fill the void left by the departure of Malik Jackson along the defensive line. Although a bit raw, Ward brings a similar size/power/athleticism combination, along with interior pass rushing upside, to take advantage of the attention garnered by edge rushers Von Miller and DeMarcus Ware.

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