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NFL Draft: Mock Draft – Round 2

Round 2

2.33. Jacksonville Jaguars

Pat Freiermuth, Penn State TE

The Jags need to give Trevor Lawrence an offensive weapon that he can use and while their receivers look fine, they have never found the answer at tight end in years. Freiermuth may be a bit high to draft here, but I like him. Before he went down with an injury he was lighting up the scoreboards and he is a superb blocker. There have been some that have said he is a mini-Gronk. I won’t jump that far, but I think Meyer could use this guy day one with Lawrence.

2.34. New York Jets

Javonte Williams, North Carolina RB

As I said in the Round 1 article, the Jets get a lot more value going CB-RB, rather than RB-CB. Javonte Williams is a guy that can be a physical bell-cow back that is three-down starting potential. Williams would be the perfect fit to easily lead the running back room in New York.

2.35. Atlanta Falcons

Landon Dickerson, Alabama C

The Falcons lost Alexa Mack this offseason and while I know they have a guy that can fill that role, we don’t know how good Hennessy is. Dickerson was a great center in a Championship team in Alabama so at the very least it gives the Falcons some depth and some youthfulness at the position to pair with their new QB.

2.36. Miami Dolphins

Jamin Davis, Kentucky LB

After giving the Dolphins an offensive powerhouse in the first round, I think they deserve to get a defensive powerhouse here. Davis is one of the best linebackers in the class and could be a guy that could develop into their starting strong side linebacker, where they are extremely weak.

2.37. Philadelphia Eagles

Terrance Marshall Jr., LSU WR

While I gave the Eagles a pass on the first round by not jumping on a receiver, I don’t think Howie has the self control to pass again. Terrance Marshall is the best available WR at this point in the draft and some may even see him as a possible bottom of Day 1 pick, so the Eagles really do get a steal here as someone they can throw into the offense.

2.38. Cincinnati Bengals

Carlos Basham, Wake Forest DE

The Bengals have NEVER beaten Lamar Jackson and that is purely because they have a terrible pass rush. If the Bengals could get a solid pass rusher like Basham here, MAYBE their defenses would start having a chance, but it probably needs more.

2.39. Carolina Panthers

Sam Cosmi, Texas OT

The Panthers got a new offensive weapon in Sam Darnold. Now they need to work on his protection to make sure he isn’t getting beat up like he was in New York and he can make the throws to that weapon. Sam Cosmi is a fringe Day 1 prospect and I hate that I have let him fall all the way here. Cosmi is a player that the Panthers would be lucky to have.

2.40. Denver Broncos

Teven Jenkins, Ohio State OT

The Broncos probably miss out on a QB again, but that’s fine because they don’t have a legit starting right tackle at the moment, so Teven Jenkins could be a huge draft pick for them. Yes Drew Lock isn’t great, but I think Elway would be better off getting the offensive pieces this year and shooting for the QB to slot in next year.

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