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Post-Combine Mock Draft 2nd & 3rd round

Shane P. Hallam

Round 1:
https://fanspeak.com/nfldraft/2015/03/03/post-combine-mock-draft-33/

Round 2

33 Tennessee (2-14) – Marcus Peters CB/Washington

Peters maturity issues could push him out of the first, but someone early 2nd could get a steal with him.

34 Tampa Bay (2-14) – TJ Clemmings OT/Pittsburgh

Clemmings has the upside to be a LT despite lack of experience at the position.

35 Oakland (3-13) – Mario Edwards DL/Florida State

Edwards could play DE or DT and has some massive upside as a big athlete.

36 Jacksonville (3-13) – Melvin Gordon RB/Wisconsin

The Jaguars are in hot pursuit of free agent RBs. If Melvin Gordon fell to them in Round 2, it could be a steal.

37 New York Jets (4-12) – Lorenzo Mauldin LB/Louisville

Mauldin is a perfect fit for Bowles’ defense. Big LB who has pass rush ability.

38 Washington (4-12) – PJ Williams CB/Florida State

Big, physical corner with upside who would continue to add to Washington’s secondary.

39 Chicago (5-11) – Denzel Perryman LB/Miami (FL)

Perryman can kick to outside LB and be used in coverage or continue to help the Bears game against the run.

40 New York Giants (6-10) – DJ Humphries OT/Florida

If Humphries checks out medically, he could be drafted as a future blindside protector for a team like the Giants.

41 St. Louis (6-10) – Brett Hundley QB/UCLA

Sam Bradford is at the end of his rope for the Rams, so they could draft a developmental QB like Hundley to sit for a year.

42 Atlanta (6-10) – Devin Funchess WR/Michigan

A WR/TE hybrid who would give the Falcons an excellent slot threat who could fill in for Roddy White when he is done.

43 Cleveland (7-9) – Shaq Thompson LB/Washington

Thompson is on the small side, but could be a starter inside in a 3-4 and add a more athletic threat on defense for Cleveland.

44 New Orleans (7-9) – Kevin Johnson CB/Wake Forest

Even with drafting SJB last year, the Saints need more depth in the secondary. Kevin Johnson is one of the most technically sound CBs in the draft.

45 Minnesota (7-9) – Eric Rowe DB/Utah

Rowe could play CB or safety for the Vikings. Big and fast with experience should fit right in for the Vikings.

46 San Francisco (8-8) – Arik Armstead DE/Oregon

Armstead is a huge presence with big long arms. He could be used all over the 49ers line and make for a scary Front 7.

47 Miami (8-8) – Sammie Coates WR/Auburn

As the Dolphins WRs dwindle away, they need a big upside replacement. Coates gives a deep threat to replace Wallace with a needed red zone threat.

48 San Diego (9-7) – Phillip Dorsett WR/Miami(FL)

The Chargers need a weapon to stretch the field and Dorsett seems to have moved well into the Top 100. He could be a great slot WR for the Chargers.

49 Kansas City (9-7) – Breshad Perriman WR/UCF

The Chiefs do need more WRs and Perriman gives a swing for a WR1. He needs some work, but could progress with KC.

50 Buffalo (9-7) – Clive Walford TE/Miami (FL)

Slot pass catcher with big red zone upside as the Bills seem intent on getting weapons for whatever QB they go with.

51 Houston (9-7) – Gerod Holliman S/Louisville

Holliman lacks work ethic but he is a big time playmaker that could be a solid FS for the Texans.

52 Philadelphia (10-6) – Quentin Rollins CB/Miami (OH)

The Eagles desperately need a CB upgrade and Rollins playmaking ability would help them massively.

53 Cincinnati (10-5-1) – Laken Tomlinson OG/Duke

Tomlinson is a power run master and power blocking for Jeremy Hill would be scary.

54 Detroit (11-5) – Tevin Coleman RB/Indiana

Coleman could pair with Joique Bell for a pretty dynamic duo

55 Arizona (11-5) – Stephone Anthony LB/Clemson

Anthony is a 2 down thumper with great tackling technique. With all the issues at ILB for the Cardinals, Anthony could start immediately.

56 Pittsburgh (11-5) – Eli Harold LB/Virginia

Harold has some polish but lacks the complete skill set to feel he has upside. If the Steelers can hide his deficiencies, he could start for them.

57 Carolina (7-8-1) – Jalen Collins CB/LSU

Collins gives the Panthers a big upside CB/S player who could blossom into a stud or fizzle out.

58 Baltimore (10-6) – Jake Fisher OL/Oregon

Big OG/OT hybrid who could give firm depth for the Ravens and develop into a potential starter.

59 Denver (12-4) – Paul Dawson LB/TCU

Dawson is great at shedding blocks and could finally solve the MLB woes the Broncos have been facing for awhile now.

60 Dallas (12-4) – Jay Ajayi RB/Boise State

Ajayi would fit the Cowboys scheme very well and be an instant starter to catch and run between the tackles.

61 Indianapolis (11-5) – Byron Jones CB/UConn

Jones was the buzz of Indy at the Combine and could provide upside depth for the Colts.

62 Green Bay (12-4) – Jordan Phillips DT/Oklahoma

Phillips is a big athlete who could be a starting nose tackle for the Packers.

63 Seattle (12-4) – Nate Orchard DE/Utah

Orchard is a DE/LB hybrid with plenty of tenacity and upside.

64 New England* (12-4) – Nelson Agholor WR/USC

Agholor fits the Patriots WR mold and would fit as a future stud slot WR.

Round 3

65 Tampa Bay (2-14) – Michael Bennett DL/Ohio State

The Bucs going after Suh could be an omen that they will go after DT at some point and solidify both the trenches.

66 Tennessee (2-14) – Stefon Diggs WR/Maryland

Big time talent who hasn’t put it all together. Would give the Titans a solid slot option for Mettenberger.

67 Jacksonville (3-13) – Cedric Ogbuehi OL/Texas A&M

The Jaguars pair back Texas A&M teammates Luke Joeckel and Cedric Ogbuehi. They can bring Ogbuehi back from injury slowly and have a high potential lineman.

68 Oakland (3-13) – Djoun Smith CB/FAU

Smith is a big time fluid athlete who would add CB depth for the Raiders.

69 Washington (4-12) – Donovan Smith OL/Penn State

Inconsistent player, but Smith’s size and feet is perfect for the Redskins.

70 New York Jets (4-12) – TJ Yeldon RB/Alabama

If the Jets don’t sign a RB like CJ Spiller, they could opt for an all around back who can catch to pair with Chris Ivory.

71 Chicago (5-11) – Preston Smith DE/Mississippi State

Smith is a stout pass rusher who can also set the edge, a need for the Bears.

72 St. Louis (6-10) – Kwon Alexander LB/LSU

Ideal OLB for the 4-3 to complete the Rams defense.

73 Atlanta (6-10) – Ty Sambrailo OT/Colorado State

Not lacking in athletic ability, Sambrailo could be developed by the Falcons into a starter.

74 New York Giants (6-10) – Steven Nelson CB/Oregon State

Excellent nickel CB who would help the Giants pass defense.

75 New Orleans (7-9) – Duke Johnson RB/Miami (FL)

Saints get replacement for Sproles role (and Khiry Robinson is a free agent in a year). Duke would be a great fit for the Saints.

76 Minnesota (7-9) – Trey Flowers DE/Arkansas

Rotational defensive end as insurance for Robison and Griffen.

77 Cleveland (7-9) – Jesse James TE/Penn State

Another developmental playmaker whose size could create a mismatch.

78 Miami (8-8) – Dequez Goldon CB/Ole Miss

Ideal nickel CB with the speed and fluidity to fit the system.

79 San Francisco (8-8) – Ifo Ekepre Olomu CB/Oregon

49ers pick up on value for a CB they bring along slowly who has big talent.

80 Kansas City (9-7) – Cody Prewitt S/Ole Miss

Strong Safety with some power behind him as insurance for Eric Berry.

81 Buffalo (9-7) – Danielle Hunter LB/LSU

LB pass rusher that fits Rex’s D very well. Could go in the Top 50.

82 Houston (9-7) – Bryce Petty QB/Baylor

The Texans get another big armed QB to fit their system to develop. Might have been the QB they wanted all along.

83 San Diego (9-7) – Hroniss Grasu C/Oregon

Good value at a position of need for an experienced blocker with good feet.

84 Philadelphia (10-6) – Ameer Abdullah RB/Nebraska

One cut quick style RB that fits Chip Kelly’s system.

85 Cincinnati (10-5-1) – Jaquiski Tartt S/Samford

Good two way safety who could develop behind Iloka and Nelson for when Nelson is done.

86 Arizona (11-5) – Hauoli Kikaha LB/Washington

Experienced pass rusher whose injury history could push him down the board some and right into Arizona’s lap.

87 Pittsburgh (11-5) – David Johnson RB/Northern Iowa

Le’Veon Bell lite so the Steelers can have a viable backup during his suspension.

88 Detroit (11-5) – Josh Shaw CB/USC

Big, rangy CB with a lot of ability to develop in Lions secondary.

89 Carolina (7-8-1) – Rashad Greene WR/Florida State

Panthers bring back the FSU WR duo together to create more formidable weapons.

90 Baltimore (10-6) – Tre Jackson OL/Florida State

Plenty of interior line experienced as a swing player for the Ravens.

91 Dallas (12-4) – Damarious Randall S/Arizona State

Undersized playmaker to get deprth and develop.

92 Denver (12-4) – Corey Crawford DE/Clemson

Strong DE to add to the pass rush rotation in Denver.

93 Indianapolis (11-5) – Max Valles LB/Virginia

High upside pass rusher that will need some time.

94 Green Bay (12-4) – John Miller OL/Louisville

Solid all around interior lineman who fits the bill for the Packers,

95 Seattle (12-4) – Jeremiah Poutasi OL/Utah

Big nimble OG/OT hybrid who could develop into a starter

96 New England (12-4) – Alex Carter CB/Stanford

Physical CB in the mold the Patriots like.



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