New Two-Round Mock by Jon Dove

Written by Jon Dove on January 5, 2013

Second Round

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.

Jon Dove

Jon Dove has followed and loved the draft since he was a little dude. His life has been filled with many sleepless nights wondering just how the next draft would shake out. He took that obsession and started working with Dan Kadar at Mocking the Draft. Jon subsequently headed NFL Mocks, where he honed his skills in the areas of SEO, site organization and running a team of writers. Later, Bleacher Report approached him to join their NFL coverage team.

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