2 Round Mock Draft – April 13th

Written by Will Spencer on April 13, 2010

33. St. Louis Rams

Arrelious Benn – WR – Illinois

St. Louis has a relatively weak wide receiver corp and Benn has first round talent. This also helps out new QB Sam Bradford.


34. Detroit Lions

Jahvid Best – RB – California

The Lions are lacking a strong rushing attack and Best brings versatility to the backfield.

35. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Golden Tate – WR – Notre Dame

The Bucs need some help at the wide receiver position. Tate is a speedy, yards after the catch type.

36. Kansas City Chiefs

Taylor Mays – S – USC

Scouting Report

After passing on Berry in round 1, the Chiefs luck out by teams being afraid of Mays.

37. Philadelphia Eagles

Daryl Washington – LB – TCU

The Eagles need to add more talent to their linebackers and Washington might just have first round talent and abilities.

38. Cleveland Browns

Colt McCoy – QB – Texas

Scouting Report

The Browns get a very talented QB at bargain value. Great for a west coast offense.

39. Oakland Raiders

Bruce Campbell – OT – Maryland

Even Al Davis knows that Campbell isn’t worth a first round pick, but he can’t resist him here.

40. San Diego Chargers (from Seattle)

Terrence Cody – DT – Alabama

Scouting Report

Cody would be an instant starter at NT for the Chargers.

41. Buffalo Bills

Rodger Saffold – OT – Indiana

After passing on a left tackle in round 1, the Bills have to address the position.

42. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Chicago)

Carlos Dunlap – DE – Florida

Scouting Report

The Bucs need to get to the QB and the addition of McCoy in round 1 and Dunlap in 2 helps that TREMENDOUSLY.

43. Miami Dolphins

Jerry Hughes – DE/OLB – TCU

Hughes has first round ability but this draft is deep with pass rushers. Miami gladly takes him here.

44. New England Patriots (from Jacksonville)

Mardy Gilyard – WR – Cincinnati

The Pats have several 2nd round picks, so adding another WR threat is quite possible.

45. Denver Broncos

Vladimir Ducasse – OG – Massachusetts

The Broncos need some push in the middle of their offensive line. Ducasse brings that and some versatility.

46. New York Giants

Tyson Alualu – DT – California

Explosive 4-3 DT that can get into the backfield and disrupt plays.

47. New England Patriots (from Tennessee)

Thaddeus Gibson – DE – Ohio State

The Patriots need to get to the quarterback and Gibson has nice outside rushing ability.

48. Carolina Panthers

Lamarr Houston – DT – Texas

Scouting Report

Carolina lost some of their pass rush with Peppers leaving, but they need interior rush as well. Houston has a fast first step and can shoot the gaps.

Will Spencer

Will is the founder and President of Draft Breakdown & has been scouting draft prospects since 2002. His work has been featured in numerous publications, including the USA Today Draft Preview Magazine, the official website of the Baltimore Ravens, Ravens Insider and The Orange and Brown Report. Will has previous playing experience as a defensive end in the AFA, is currently a member of the Football Writers Association of America and graduated from the SMWW Football Scouting course in 2009.

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