Tyler’s 2016 NFL Mock Draft | Round 2 Picks 17-32

Tyler’s 2016 NFL Mock Draft Round 2 | 18-32


      18. Buffalo-Jonathan Bullard, DE, Florida-Bullard is a great find, but is a little too slow and heavy to be a stellar pass rusher. He’s a little too small to be an undertackle. On talent alone, he’ll find a home in Buffalo.

      19. Atlanta-Su’A Cravens, SS, USC-Cravens is a star linebacker, but will be even more devastating as a strong safety.

      20. New York Jets-Hunter Henry, TE, Arkansas-Amaro hasn’t sealed the tight end spot. Henry is a balanced prospect from a pro offense.

      21. Houston-Bronson Kaufusi, DE, BYU-Kaufusi isn’t a Watt by any means, but has the potential to be a clone. Huge, explosive, and powerful, a Kaufusi/Watt combo will be scary.



      22. Washington-Kentrell Brothers, ILB, Missouri-Brothers is a little linebacker who brings big hits to the field. Washington really needs to upgrade their linebacking corps.

      23. Minnesota-Vonn Bell-Bell is a sideline to sideline safety who will be a feared secondary mate to Harrison Smith.

      24. Cincinnati-Sterling Shephard, WR, Oklahoma-Shephard changes games with his big play capability.

      25. Seattle-Xavien Howard, CB, Baylor-Seattle finished the season well, but it’s obvious they need to revamp their secondary. Howard is a big play and aggressive corner.

      26. Green Bay-Joshua Perry, ILB, Ohio St.-Perry is a see ball, get ball linebacker. He plays well in coverage also, and Green Bay desperately needs a middle linebacker.



      27. Pittsburgh-Le’Raven Clark, T, Texas Tech-Clark needs some development, but is the best talent on the board. He can play left tackle or guard.

      28. Kansas City-Noah Spence, LB, W. Kentucky-Spence didn’t test well at all. That, combined with character issues, will send him spiraling. On film, he’s a best, much like Justin Houston.

      29. New England-Joshua Garnett, G, Stanford-New England will bolster their O line. Garnett is a solid guard who can start right away.



      30.  New England(via Arizona) –Jalen Mills, CB/FS, LSU-The Pats look for difference makers. Mills is extremely athletic but needs a little polishing.

      31. Carolina-Shonn Coleman, T, Auburn-The tackle play was horrible to end the season. Coleman is a 25 year old, resilient athlete, that the Panthers will enjoy working with.

      32. Denver-Christian Hackenburg, QB, Penn St.-Hackenburg has every tool a coach wants. Kubiak is an excellent QB coach and could bring Hackenburg along.

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