New Two-Round Mock by Jon Dove
33. Jacksonville – Matt Barkley – QB – USC
Some legitimate competition for Blaine Gabbert.
34. Kansas City – Tyler Wilson – QB – Arkansas
Andy Reid likes big-armed quarterbacks with some mobility.
35. Philadelphia – Bradley Roby – CB – Ohio State
Roby isn’t getting much attention, but is a long and capable defender.
36. Detroit – Logan Ryan – CB – Rutgers
Ryan is similar to Roby in that he uses his long arms to disrupt the timing of the route.
37. Cincinnati (from Oak) – Sam Montgomery – DE – LSU
This is sort of a best-player-available pick.
38. Arizona – Lane Johnson – OT – Oklahoma
Johnson has quick feet and the potential to develop into a top-notch pass protector. He’s a third-round prospect in my mind, but worth the reach for the tackle-needy Cardinals.
39. New York Jets – Mike Glennon – QB – NC State
Don’t buy the top-10 hype on Glennon. He’s talented but has plenty of question marks and areas he needs to improve.
40. Tennessee – Matt Elam – S – Florida
Hard-hitting safety with the ability to hold up in coverage.
41. Buffalo Bills – Ryan Nassib – QB – Syracuse
Very underrated quarterback with major upside.
42. Miami – Jordan Matthews – WR – Vanderbilt
Explosive playmaker who’s quickly polishing his route running.
43. Tampa Bay – James Gayle – DE – Virginia Tech
Long and quick defender capable of generating pressure and holding up against the run.
44. Carolina – Quinton Patton – WR – La. Tech
Fast-rising prospect who could be the long-term replacement for Steve Smith.
45. San Diego – Justin Hunter – WR – Tennessee
Big target with major upside, but some question marks surrounding his hands and drive.
46. St. Louis – Arthur Brown – LB – Kansas State
Potential first-round linebacker. He’s very explosive and can be compared to Lavonte David.
47. Dallas – Jesse Williams – DL – Alabama
Versatile defender who can play all three defensive line spots for the Cowboys.
48. Pittsburgh – Alec Ogletree – LB – Georgia
A little overrated, but has the natural athleticism to develop into an elite playmaker.
49. New York Giants – Jordan Reed – TE – Florida
Reed’s production isn’t eye-popping because of the inconsistent quarterback play at Florida.
50. Chicago – Dallas Thomas – OL – Tennessee
Versatile lineman who can play either guard or tackle.
51. Washington – Eric Reid – S – LSU
Reid is a natural talent who’d represent an upgrade over Reed Doughty or Madieu Williams.
52. Minnesota Vikings – Sharrif Floyd – DT – Florida
Floyd’s upside makes it hard to pass him up at this point.
53. Baltimore – Kevin Minter – LB – LSU
Underrated linebacker who’ll make the loss of Ray Lewis a little easier
54. Cincinnati – Eddie Lacy – RB – Alabama
Lacy is both explosive and powerful. His addition would be a major boost to the Bengals’ running game.
55. Seattle – Larry Warford – OG – Kentucky
Warford’s size and run-blocking ability will fit Seattle’s game plan.
56. Green Bay – Barrett Jones – OC/OG – Alabama
Ideal replacement for Jeff Saturday.
57. Miami – Robert Woods – WR – USC
Woods is an excellent route runner who would really help Ryan Tannehill’s development.
58. Houston – Da’Rick Rogers – WR – Tennessee Tech
Rodgers is the complete package on the field, but comes with plenty of off the field issues.
59. San Francisco – Jordan Poyer – CB – Oregon State
Depth in the secondary can never be overlooked.
60. New England – Corey Lemonier – DE – Auburn
A pass-rush threat to complement Chandler Jones.
61. Atlanta – Zach Ertz – TE – Stanford
Tony Gonzalez’s long-term replacement.
62. Denver – Justin Gilbert – CB – Oklahoma State
Gilbert is an explosive athlete with the potential to develop into a top-notch cornerback.