2016 NFL Mock Draft Round 2| 1-17
1. Cleveland-Michael Thomas, WR, Ohio St.-Cleveland has plenty of picks, so they can reach a bit. Thomas is a large framed target who runs routes flawlessly.
2. Tennessee-Germain Ifedi, T, Texas A and M-A gifted right tackle, Ifedi is a plug and play prospect who will work wonders for the run game.
3. Dallas-Emmanuel Ogbah, DE, Oklahoma St.-Dallas gets a star in the first round and still lands a top 5 defensive end in the second.
4. San Diego-Ryan Kelly, C, Alabama-No, I’m not a San Diego fan, but they will luck out grabbing the top left tackle and center in the draft.
Baltimore-Jason Spriggs, T, Indiana-Baltimore needs an upgrade at left tackle. If Spriggs needs to develop, he’ll fit well at left guard for a year.
6. San Francisco-Will Fuller, WR, Notre Dame-With most of the offensive line talents gone, San Fran will turn to bolstering their wide receiver corps.
7. Jacksonville-Austin Johnson, DT, Penn St.-Johnson is shooting up the boards. Jacksonville is using a crew of cast offs in the middle, and need to find some real potential at DT.
8. Tampa Bay-Keanu Neal, SS, Florida-Neal is turning heads with his great explosion and violent hits.
9. New York Giants-Derrick Henry, RB, Alabama-Henry is the best player available. Jennings and Vereen aren’t elite and Williams just isn’t carrying the team. Henry could be a difference maker.
10. Chicago-Kamalei Correa, LB, Boise St.-The Bears could use a better presence at pass rusher. Correa is seeing his stock rise due to his pass rushing ability.
11. Miami-Kenny Clark, DT, UCLA-Besides Suh, there isn’t much on the inside. Clark is more of a run stuffer, but is athletic enough to shoot the gap.
12. Tennessee(via Los Angeles)-Artie Burns, CB, Miami-Corner is a big need for the Titans. Burns is a solid corner, but is often burnt because of being over aggressive.
13. Oakland-Karl Joseph, SS, W. Virginia-Joseph is a smallish safety but will absolutely blow up the ball carrier. He’ll quickly become a fan favorite in Oakland.
14. Tennessee(via Los Angeles)-Sean Davis, CB, Maryland-Davis is big bodied corner who can be a major upgrade in the secondary.
15. Detroit-Tyler Boyd, WR, Pittsburgh-Boyd’s value is in this area. He’s a Golden Tate type, but more aggressive with smoother routes. He’s not a replacement for Johnson, but if Tate and Jones are on the outside, Boyd can be a great threat in the slot.
16. New Orleans-Kevin Dodd, DE, Clemson-Dodd has first round talent, but often ends slide because they are a dime a dozen. He will bring a new element to the Saints rush.
17. Indianapolis-Nick Martin, C, Notre Dame-Martin will team with Luck for years to come. Coming from a good lineage, Martin automatically becomes the franchise center