2 Round Mock Draft – April 13th

Written by Will Spencer on April 13, 2010


49. San Francisco 49ers (from Carolina)

Dexter McCluster – RB/WR – Mississippi


The 49ers are looking for a playmaker, and McCluster’s explosiveness is something they don’t have on the roster.

50. Kansas City Chiefs (from Atlanta)

Brandon LaFell – WR – LSU


KC has been looking for another viable wide receiver, so they bring in another LSU guy to compliment Bowe.

51. Houston Texans

Toby Gerhart – RB – Stanford


If Houston wants a RB early, Toby Gerhart could compliment the rest of their runners.

   

52. Pittsburgh Steelers

Patrick Robinson – CB – Florida State


The Steelers could look at WR now that Holmes is gone, but Robinson is too good to pass up.

53. New England Patriots

Jonathan Dwyer – RB – Georgia Tech

Scouting Report

Time to finally upgrade the running back position. Dwyer can run between the tackles, something the Pats need.

54. Cincinnati Bengals

Rob Gronkowski – TE – Arizona


If the Bengals want a solid all around player at tight end, Gronkowski is the answer to pair with Coffman.

55. Philadelphia Eagles

Nate Allen – S – South Florida


There’s talk of moving Marlin Jackson to safety, but Allen is a very talented player that could keep Jackson at corner.

56. Green Bay Packers

Chris Cook – CB – Virginia


The Packers love big, physical corners. Cook is practically a linebacker that covers receivers.




57. Baltimore Ravens

Cam Thomas – DT – North Carolina


Thomas fits in nicely as a nose tackle in the Ravens 3-4 defense.

58. Arizona Cardinals

Sean Lee – LB – Penn State


The Cardinals need another interior linebacker and Lee is athletic enough to play inside in the 3-4 defense.

59. Dallas Cowboys

Chad Jones – S – LSU

After passing on Mays in round 1, the Cowboys luck out by getting a corner that can hit, and cover in round 2.

60. Seattle Seahawks (from San Diego)

Damian Williams – WR – USC


The Seahawks continue to add weapons to their offense by getting a receiver to play opposite Houshmandzadeh.

61. New York Jets

Koa Misi – OLB – Utah



Misi is a versatile pass rusher that played defensive end in college, but will transition to 3-4 OLB in the pros. Rex Ryan loves that type of player.

62. Minnesota Vikings

Tim Tebow – QB – Florida

Scouting Report

Who knows what will happen with Brett Favre. Tebow can learn and develop and may see the field at a different position at times for head coach Brad Childress.

63. Indianapolis Colts

Geno Atkins – DT – Georgia

Scouting Report

The Colts have needed to address the defensive tackle spot for years. The time is now.

64. New Orleans Saints

Eric Norwood – OLB – South Carolina

Scouting Report

The Saints let Fujita go to Cleveland so they add a play maker to their outside linebacker spot.

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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. See all posts by Will Spencer.