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NFL 2012 Live Mock Draft Round 2 (Picks 33-48)
2012 Live Continuous Updated Mock Draft
April 26-28, 2012


NFL Draft Day 2: Drafttek.com continues with it's live mock for a second day. Several players still remain who were considered potential first rounders: Jonathan Martin, Coby Fleener, Cordy Glenn, Devon Still, Andre Branch, Stephen Hill, Zach Brown, Mike Adams, Courtney Upshaw and Peter Konz all had regularly been mocked in round 1.

(Edit 5:30 EST) Round 2-7 draft projection re-simulated. Team Analysts have reviewed their R1 picks and re-assessed priorities for the remainder of the draft.
   - Checkmarked picks represent Drafttek correct prognostications


33 St Louis
Brian Quick
    Appalachian State
    WRP
    Reach/Value:     -60
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
220
Alternate Pick #1
Jonathan Martin
Alternate Pick #2
Stephen Hill
The Rams get their WR as predicted but as with Michael Brockers they select a high upside project in Appalachian St. Brian Quick. Quick is a big, strong, quick ex-basketball player that excels at finding space and creating it. Quick is not a pkug and pkay deep threat but has plus blocking ability in the run schemes. Grade: B
34 Indianapolis
Coby Fleener
    Stanford
    TE
    Reach/Value:     +1
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
247
Alternate Pick #1
Stephen Hill
Alternate Pick #2
Janoris Jenkins
Indy needs Luck to feel comfortable and have the security blanket that he's been familiar with during their days at Stanford. Additionally, Luck now has a pretty good friend (and probably a roomie) for their rookie seasons in Indianapolis, so there's that part of the equation that makes it an even more understandable pick. Grade: A
35 Baltimore
Courtney Upshaw
    Alabama
    OLB34
    Reach/Value:     +21
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
272
Alternate Pick #1
Cordy Glenn
Alternate Pick #2
Peter Konz
Once again the Ravens find great value early in the draft with the selection of Upshaw here. Many expected Upshaw to come off the board in the 1st round, but the Ravens are happy to re-stock the shelf at OLB here. Great value. Great pick. Grade: A
36 Denver
Derek Wolfe
    Cincinnati
    DT43
    Reach/Value:     -89
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
295
Alternate Pick #1
Devon Still
Alternate Pick #2
Peter Konz
I love the player and the fit. I'm just not sure on the value here. Still no one should be surprised the Broncos stuck rigorously to their board and addressed their top need. Very much in MO for that FO. With a fantastic pass rush coming from the outside and some decent (average) run-stuffers in the middle, the Broncos D just got a lot better with a push up the middle. Grade B
37 Cleveland
Mitchell Schwartz
    California
    ROT
    Reach/Value:     -48
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
318
Alternate Pick #1
Stephen Hill
Alternate Pick #2
Mike Adams
The Browns address a critical need for new QB Brandon Weeden. Schwartz, whose brother Geoff plays for Carolina is a durable swing tackle that logged 51 straight starts at Cal. He's more versatile than Bobby Massie, and is better suited for RT than Mike Adams. Now, it's time to go after a field stretching WR, or two.
38 Jacksonville
Andre Branch
    Clemson
    DE43
    Reach/Value:     +15
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
259
Alternate Pick #1
Mike Adams
Alternate Pick #2
Bobby Massie
Branch is a versatile DE that the Jaguars will line up at his natural outside rush position. Branch has solid body control, able to move around the defender and make the corner turn, and has good straightline speed. Needs to add more to his arsenal other than his favorite "dip" move. Grade: B-
39 St Louis
Janoris Jenkins
    North Alabama
    CB
    Reach/Value:     -1
Height:
5'10"
Weight:
193
Alternate Pick #1
Jonathan Martin
Alternate Pick #2
Zach Brown
Jenkins is the best talent available and gives the Rams a solid secondary matched with Cortland Finnegan. Jenkins has all the tools to excel from Day 1 and if he can stay clear of trouble he will do just that. The Rams make it 3 for 3 in the boon or bust prospect list. Grade: A-
40 Carolina
Amini Silatolu
    Midwestern State
    OG
    Reach/Value:     -24
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
311
Alternate Pick #1
Devon Still
Alternate Pick #2
Kendall Reyes
Silatolu was seen as one of the most naturally gifted interior OL in the draft, though he did play LT at Division II school Midwestern State. His level of competition isn't ideal however his size and athleticism make his potential sky high. The Panthers needed help on the inside and get it in a big way with Silatolu. He's raw and needs some development but could turn into a strong contributor for the Panthers. Grade: B



41 Buffalo
Cordy Glenn
    Georgia
    LOT
    Reach/Value:     +15
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
345
Alternate Pick #1
Zach Brown
Alternate Pick #2
Jonathan Martin
Another SEC "Nix Pick"--the OT that Nix wanted all along, better in the run game than Martin. Glenn visited One Bills Drive and noted that he liked what he saw, and we bet the feeling will be mutual. Moving out to LT was an adjustment at first, but as the season went along, Glenn showed his football smarts, quickness, and length. Hairston is going to have some major competition at Fitz's blind side, and we now have some road graders for Freddie and CJ. Considering this could have easily been the Bills first pick, this is a big win. Grade: A
42 Miami
Jonathan Martin
    Stanford
    LOT
    Reach/Value:     +17
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
312
Alternate Pick #1
Stephen Hill
Alternate Pick #2
Reuben Randle
Martin was considered a fringe 1st round pick out of Stanford, where he served as protector for #1 overall pick Andrew Luck. The biggest knock on Martin was his lack of strength in the run game. In Miami he'll fight with Artis Hicks and Lydon Murtha for the RT job. Solid value for the Dolphins at a position of need. Grade: A
43 NY Jets
Stephen Hill
    Georgia Tech
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     +14
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
200
Alternate Pick #1
Mike Adams
Alternate Pick #2
Bobby Massie
Seems like there's a trend of Tim Tebow throwing to GT Alumni with the Jets selection of Stephen Hill here. Hill has great straight-line speed, strong hands and is probably the top red zone threat in the draft. He'll need some time to refine his route running, but this is a high upside player who could dominate the league in a few years. Grade: A
44 Kansas City
Jeff Allen
    Illinois
    OG
    Reach/Value:     -47
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
307
Alternate Pick #1
Peter Konz
Alternate Pick #2
Jayron Hosley
The third member of the Fighting Illini goes in the top 45 of the 2012 draft. Allen beefs up the Chiefs along the OLine and provides KC with a thick, versatile lineman who is better at pass protection than run blocker. (B+)
45 Chicago
Alshon Jeffery
    South Carolina
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     -3
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
216
Alternate Pick #1
Devon Still
Alternate Pick #2
Kendall Reyes
No one smiling wider right now than Jay Cutler, unless he's still worried about his protection. Jeffery gives Chicago a tough, goes-up-for-the-ball-wideout to line up with Brandon Marshall as the Bears two top wideouts. If Johnny Knox can come back proper off that horrendous hit from a year ago, the Bears potentially have four receivers that must be accounted for: Marshall, Jeffery, Knox & Hester. Grade: B+
46 Philadelphia
Mychal Kendricks
    California
    OLB43
    Reach/Value:     +7
Height:
5'11"
Weight:
240
Alternate Pick #1
Zach Brown
Alternate Pick #2
Reuben Randle
Our sim had been looking at Kendricks following his strong combine performance though the addition of DeMeco Ryans had it go in another direction. The Eagles scouts and front office believe Kendricks is capable of playing all three of their 4-3 LB spots though. The teams' website lists him as a SAM so it loks as though the LB corp is now set. Grade: A
47 Seattle
Bobby Wagner
    Utah State
    OLB43
    Reach/Value:     +1
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
235
Alternate Pick #1
Zach Brown
Alternate Pick #2
Lamar Miller
Sounds like the Hawks traded down but missed out on the guy they really wanted which was Kendricks. Wagner was a highly productive ILB while at Utah State posting 147 tackles during his senior season. Good all-around linebacker and the value was just about right here. Level of competition is a concern but Wagner should be able to keep producing at the NFL level. Grade: B
48 New England
Tavon Wilson
    Illinois
    FS
    Reach/Value:     -294
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
205
Alternate Pick #1
Devon Still
Alternate Pick #2
Mike Adams
The secondary was a defenite area of need but with the likes of Josh Robinson and Markelle Martin on the board, plus some great d-linemen (Still, Reyes, etc), this is a reach. A HUGE one. Wilson did not appear on our Big Board, which ranked over 300 prospects. This is reminiscent of the Raiders pick of Ohio's Mitchell a few years ago. Maybe Wilson will perform the way Eugene Wilson did at the beginning of his career? Grade: F


Traded Round 2 Picks:

Philadelphia gets Arizona R2 Pick (Kevin Kolb)
NE gets OAK R2 Pick (2011 Draft Day Trade)
New Orleans forfeits R2 pick (bounty penalty)
Baltimore gets Minnesota R2 pick (Draft Day trade)
Denver gets Tampa Bay R2 pick (Draft Day trade)
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Return to Round 1 Picks 17-32
Forward to Round 2 Picks 49-64
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LOT
13 David DeCastro
Stanford
OG
25 Jonathan Martin
Stanford
LOT
33 Coby Fleener
Stanford
TE
37 Nick Perry
USC
DE43
39 Mychal Kendricks
California
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Washington
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Washington
DT34
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Arizona
WRP
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Oregon
RBC
76 Marvin Jones
California
WRF
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Arizona State
QB
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Utah
ROT
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USC
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FS
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Arizona State
SILB
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USC
TE
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CB
202 Chris Owusu
Stanford
WRF
209 Jermaine Kearse
Washington
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QB
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SILB
226 Cliff Harris
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CB
235 Ryan Miller
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TE
248 Bryan Anger
California
P
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TE
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SS
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California
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Utah
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