2011 NFL Mock Draft: Round 2

by Cory J. Bonini on April 27, 2011 @ 17:35:23 PDT

 


Phil Taylor, draft prospect

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No.
Team Player
Pos
School Notes
1
New England Patriots (from CAR) Ryan Williams
RB
Virginia Tech Will need young WR talent in the near future
2
Buffalo Bills Brooks Reed
OLB/DE
Arizona Could opt for DL help; hard to count on Shawne Merriman; edge rusher it is
3
Cincinnati Bengals Brandon Harris
CB
Miami (Fla.) Need CB help with Leon Hall up after this year and Johnathan Joseph a potential UFA
4
Denver Broncos Stephen Paea
DT
Oregon State Moving back to 4-3 means more beef up front is necessary
5
Cleveland Browns Phil Taylor
DT
Baylor A better fit for a 3-4 NT, but CLE needs to address the interior of their DL with a wide-body
6
Arizona Cardinals Danny Watkins
OG
Baylor Too many question marks and potential FAs along the line
7
Tennessee Titans Ryan Mallett
QB
Arkansas Missed out on a first-round QB; OC Chris Palmer molded the similar Drew Bledsoe
8
Dallas Cowboys Rahim Moore
FS
UCLA Still need an OT and DE; a decent short-term FA market may be the answer
9
Washington Redskins Mike Pouncey
OG/C
Florida Need to upgrade the interior of their line; could play OG until Casey Rabach retires
10
Houston Texans Brandon Burton
CB
Utah Too many holes in the secondary; intelligent player with mild upside
11
Minnesota Vikings Christian Ponder
QB
Florida State Fits perfectly in their modified WCO
12
Detroit Lions Curtis Brown
CB
Texas Passed on Round 1 CB; Brown best remaining CB with least question marks
13
San Francisco 49ers Ras-I Dowling
CB
Virginia Size and speed combination; SF desperately needs a cornerback
14
Denver Broncos (from MIA) Mikel LeShoure
RB
Illinois John Fox loves a two-back set and LeShoure would pair well with Knowshon Moreno
15
St. Louis Rams Randall Cobb
WR
Kentucky Cobb is the type of receiver that will excel in this new offensive system
16
Oakland Raiders Colin Kaepernick
QB
Nevada QB of the future; can be groomed behind Jason Campbell for a year
17
Jacksonville Jaguars Leonard Hankerson
WR
Miami (Fla.) Doesn't sound like Mike Sims-Walker will return - need young talent
18
San Diego Chargers Martez Wilson
ILB
Illinois Need both inside and outside LBs, but they can't afford to pass on Wilson if he falls this far
19
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Bruce Carter
OLB
North Carolina Quincy Black is a FA and seems likely to leave
20
New York Giants Greg Jones II
MLB
Michigan State The Giants need to address the position sooner or later
21
Indianapolis Colts Benjamin Ijalana
OG/OT
Villanova Versatile blocker to help protect their Peyton Manning investment
22
Philadelphia Eagles DeAndre McDaniel
SS
Clemson Could replace Quintin Mikell if a deal isn't reached
23
Kansas City Chiefs Stefen Wisniewski
C
Penn State Young, talented center is a must for this OL
24
New Orleans Saints Mark Herzlich
OLB
Boston College Inspirational player going to an inspirational city; oh, and they really need him, too
25
Seattle Seahawks Kenrick Ellis
DT
Hampton Have to address the interior of the defensive line
26
Baltimore Ravens Daniel Thomas
RB
Kansas State Need a power back to replace Willis McGahee and Le'Ron McClain
27
Atlanta Falcons Kyle Rudolph
TE
Notre Dame Tony Gonzalez's replacement
28
New England Patriots Allen Bailey
DE
Miami (Fla.) 3-4 DE to work into the rotation
29
San Diego Chargers (from NYJ) Jon Baldwin
WR
Pittsburgh Long-term replacement for Vincent Jackson? Insurance in case Malcom Floyd walks
30
Chicago Bears Marvin Austin
DT
North Carolina Helps replace Tommie Harris; could be a beast next to Julius Peppers
31
Pittsburgh Steelers Rodney Hudson
OG
Florida State Need interior help in a big way
32
Green Bay Packers Titus Young
WR
Boise State James Jones may not return, Donald Driver is ancient; need to groom someone for 2012
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Also see: NFL Draft: Mock Draft - Round 1

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Cory is KFFL's General Manager. In late 2002, he joined the KFFL staff as a research analyst and has been involved in fantasy sports since 1996. A member of the Fantasy Sports Trade Association, as well as Fantasy Sports Writers Association, Bonini has been featured in print, on radio and on scores of websites. Bonini co-hosted Big Lead Sports on SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio from 2011 to 2012.

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