2018 NFL Mock Draft: 2nd Round Predictions

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As we move into the second day of the draft here’s a look at an updated 2018 NFL Mock Draft features the 2nd and 3rd rounds.

There’s still plenty of work for NFL teams to do in the NFL Draft. This 2018 NFL Mock Draft shows the type of talent still on the board. We could see several high impact players emerge from this portion of the draft.

33. Cleveland Browns- Connor Williams, OL, Texas

Williams would come in and compete right away for one of the tackle spots.

34. New York Giants- James Daniels, C, Iowa

Daniels is a day-1 starter for the Giants and would fill a major hole at the center spot.

35. Cleveland Browns (Hou)- Derrius Guice, RB, LSU

Guice is a powerful runner who could quickly emerge as the Browns every-down back.

36. Indianapolis Colts- Sam Hubbard, Edge, Ohio State

Hubbard’s ability to generate pressure off the edge would fill a major need for the Colts.

37. Indianapolis Colts (NYJ)- Ronnie Harrison, S, Alabama

Pairing Harrison with Malik Hooker would give the Colts an extremely talented safety duo.

38. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Donte Jackson, CB, LSU

Jackson would likely start out as the Buccaneers nickleback with a chance to earn reps on the outside.

39. Chicago Bears- Will Hernandez, OG, UTEP

Hernandez should be able to seize the starting guard spot opposite Kyle Long.

40. Denver Broncos- Dallas Goedert, TE, South Dakota State

Goedert would represent an upgrade at the tight end position in Denver. He would also give Case Keenum a reliable target.

41. Oakland Raiders- Joshua Jackson, CB, Iowa

Jackson’s stiff movement skills are why he’s available in the 2nd round. However, his ball skills are something every defensive coordinator covets in a defensive back.

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42. Miami Dolphins- Harrison Phillips, DL, Stanford

Phillips is a naturally strong player who will provide some toughness in the middle of the Dolphins defensive line.

43. New England Patriots (SF)- Mason Rudolph, QB, Oklahoma State

Rudolph would be a great choice as the backup and eventual successor for Tom Brady.

44. Washington Redskins- Isaiah Oliver, CB, Colorado

Oliver is still developing as a player but has the raw tools to develop into a No. 1 corner.

45. Green Bay Packers- Uchenna Nwosu, LB/Edge, USC

Nwosu is a well-rounded player who will help as a pass rusher, run defender and in coverage.

46. Cincinnati Bengals- Chukwuma Okorafor, OT, Western Michigan

Okorafor is a big-bodied offensive line prospect who has good movement skills. He has a chance to earn reps at left tackle early in his rookie year.

47. Arizona Cardinals- Christian Kirk, WR, Texas A&M

Kirk is a shifty athlete who does a great job creating separation. He would be a welcome addition to the Cardinals depleted wide receiver group.

48. Los Angeles Chargers- Lorenzo Carter, Edge, Georgia

Carter features a great blend of size, length and quickness. He has a chance to be a very effective pass rusher at the next level.

49. Indianapolis Colts (NYJ/Sea)- Carlton Davis, CB, Auburn

Davis is a bigger cornerback prospect who can handle bigger wide receivers. Questions about his overall quickness are why he’s still available.

50. Dallas Cowboys- Courtland Sutton, WR, SMU

The Cowboys need help at the wide receiver position and Sutton comes with tremendous raw skills.

51. Detroit Lions- Harold Landry, Edge, Boston College

Landry has to develop more pass rush moves, but he has the burst off the edge to create pressure.

52. Philadelphia Eagles (Balt)- Nick Chubb, RB, Georgia

Chubb is a steady performer who would give the Eagles a nice complement to Jay Ajayi.

53. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Buff)- Kyzir White, S, West Virginia

White is a big hitting safety who has improved in coverage each of the past few years.

54. Kansas City Chiefs- Austin Corbett, OG, Nevada

Corbett is an NFL ready guard prospect who could step in and immediately help the Chiefs.

55. Carolina Panthers- Braden Smith, OG, Auburn

Smith is an underrated prospect who should be a day-1 starter for the Panthers.

56. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Buff/LAR)- Geron Christian, OT, Louisville

Christian is a high upside tackle prospect who can fit on the left or right side.

57. Tennessee Titans- Mike Gesicki, TE, Penn State

Gesicki would provide Marcus Maroita with a massive red zone target.

58. Atlanta Falcons- Derrick Nnadi, DT, Florida State

Nnadi is someone capable of occupying blockers and holding at the point of attack.

59. San Francisco 49ers (NO)- James Washington, WR, Oklahoma State

Washington big-play threat who uses his toughness to gain proper position.

60. Pittsburgh Steelers- Malik Jefferson, LB, Texas

Jefferson’s speed gives him the ability to make plays from sideline to sideline.

61. Jacksonville Jaguars- D.J. Chark, WR, LSU

Chark is a major deep threat who can stretch the field with his speed. That speed should help open things up in the running game for Leonard Fournette.

62. Minnesota Vikings- Jamarco Jones, OT, Ohio State

Jones would serve as a nice swing tackle for the Vikings.

63. New England Patriots- Hercules Mata’afa, Edge, Washington State

Mata’afa’s versatility is something that will be very attractive to Bill Belichick.

64. Cleveland Browns- Arden Key, Edge, LSU

This seems like a good fit for Key who comes with some baggage.