Tyler’s 2015 NFL Mock Draft Round 2 | 17-32
17. Kansas City-Hroniss Grasu, C, Oregon-Currently KC has no real talent at center. Grasu is a top talent in the mold of former Reid center, Jason Kelce.
18. Buffalo-Bryce Petty, QB, Baylor-Petty is a third round talent, but with so many poor options, he really needs to be over drafted. Buffalo can not rely on Cassel and Manuel to lead their team. Petty is the last of the top projects, and will not be around when the Bills come to the podium again.
19. Houston-Ronald Darby, CB, Florida St.-If Houston wants to keep pace with the rest of the division, they’ll need to bolster their secondary. Darby is a speedster who can eventually be a solid corner, but will excel in the nickel, or against speed receivers.
20. Philadelphia-Devon Smith, WR, Ohio St.-Philly has a decent corps of receivers, but the speedster Smith will certainly keep opposing safeties honest.
21. Cincinnati-P.J. Williams, CB, Florida St.-Cincy needs to continually build their secondary. Williams is a top prospect with a couple of character issues.
22. Detroit-T.J. Clemmings, G, Pittsburgh-Clemmings is an absolute gamer, but his workouts have been a little rough. His stock depended on his ability to play LT, but will excel at guard in Detroit.
23. Arizona-Stephone Anthony, ILB, Clemson-If Arizona doesn’t look for an athletic ILB to balance the D, they’ll be run over each and every Sunday.
24. Pittsburgh-Quenten Rollins, CB, Miami(OH)-Pittsburgh’s secondary is in major disarray, Rollins is a phenomenal talent who will need to grow in this system.
25. Carolina-Owamagbe Odighizuwa, DE, UCLA-Carolina has yet to replace Hardy’s production, even if Ealy develops, Carolina will seek competition and talent to rotate.
26. Baltimore-Dez Lewis, WR, C. Arkansas.
27. Denver-Nate Orchard, LB, Utah-Outside of Miller and Ware, Denver has no pass rushing threats. Orchard isn’t highly rated, but has been highly productive.
28. Dallas-T.J. Yeldon, RB, Alabama-Jerry Jones likes to make splashes and reaches. Yeldon is powerful between the tackles and has excellent vision. He will fit well in this system.
29. Indianapolis-Cedric Ogbuehi, T, Texas A and M-Once thought of as an elite RT, Ogbuehi struggled at LT, and saw a few injuries. He provides depth at G, and will compete for both T positions.
30. Green Bay-Paul Dawson, ILB, TCU-Dawson is a little smaller than wanted, but is a “see ball, get ball” type of player.
31. Seattle-Preston Smith, DE, Mississippi St.-Seattle has needs, but Smith is too hard to pass up. He isn’t a superior pass rusher, but is a very solid run stuffer.
32. New England-Carl Davis, NT, Iowa-The Pats like scheme fit players. Davis does what he’s told, and can be a replacement for the departed Wilfork.