2015 NFL Mock Draft Round 2 by Ian
Round 2 | 33-43:
33.Tennessee – Jake Fisher – OT – Oregon. Fisher could come in and play right tackle right away for the Titans. Taylor Lewan will be moving to left tackle, opening a spot at right tackle they need to fill.
34. Tampa Bay – Preston Smith – DE – Mississippi State. Smith is one of my favorite prospects in this draft class. He can play end on 1st and 2nd down and move inside on 3rd to get pressure up the middle. Smith should be able to fill a need the Bucs have tried to fill trough free agency and the draft for a few years.
35. Oakland – Benardrick McKinney – McKinney and Mack will get paired up to form a talented young linebacker duo that new head coach Jack Del Rio will love for as long as he stay in Oakland.
36. Jacksonville – Jacoby Glenn – Jacksonville has multiple needs they could try and fill at this point but the top players on my board left are all defensive tackles and a tight end, two positions the Jags are set at. Jacksonville could use help in the secondary and Glenn is the top guy available here.
37. New York Jets – Danielle Hunter – Hunter will be forced to play as a stand up OLB in this system but with an already strong front 7, he wont be relied on to produce day 1. Hunter could have returned to school and probably been a 1st rounder next year.
38. Washington – Jordan Phillips – Phillips is a natural NT in a 3-4 system and could rotate with new signee Terrance Knighton.
39. Chicago – Eddie Goldman – Goldman is also a natural NT in a 3-4 defense and can help round out a solid new front 7 for the Bears.
40. New York Giants – Carl Davis – DT – Iowa. Davis saw his stock rise after a very good senior bowl and was looked at as a possible end of the first round pick at that point. The Giants could snag him here and get a solid DT.
41. St. Louis – Cameron Erving – C – Florida State – Erving played both tackle and center at Florida State but if you watched Florida State last year you quickly realized his future is at center.
42. Atlanta – Maxx Williams – TE – Minnesota. – Williams is the drafts top tight end, a position that Atlanta has needed since Tony Gonzalez retired. Matt Ryan looked a lot better with a playmaker at tight end.
43. Cleveland – Jaelen Strong – WR – Arizona State. Strong has 1st round talent but so do many other receivers in this class. Cleveland has needed depth at the receiver position for a few seasons and they cant rely of Josh Gordon.