Serritella: Round 2 Mock Draft

Florida Gators offensive lineman Jawaan Taylor (65) on the sidelines in a game against the Tennessee Volunteers.Photo: Bryan Lynn-USA TODAY Sports

With Day 1 of the 2019 NFL Draft in the books, we take a look at some of the scenarios that could play out in round two.

The Colts hold three second round selections, while the Patriots, Eagles, Chiefs and Texans all own two picks. There is sure to be plenty of wheeling and dealing once again. Make sure you keep it locked here at NFL Draft Scout for exclusive coverage!

ROUND TWO

33. Arizona Cardinals – OT Jawaan Taylor, Florida: Medical issues (knee/back) caused him to tumble all the way out of the first round.

34. Indianapolis Colts (via NYJ) – WR A.J. Brown, Mississippi: Provides quarterback Anderw Luck with a lethal weapon.

35. Oakland Raiders – CB Greedy Williams, LSU: While Williams doesn’t fit the physicality profile Oakland is searching for, he’s too good to pass up.

36. San Francisco 49ers – CB Byron Murphy, Washington: A run on corners at the top of the second round is very likely.

37. Seattle Seahawks (via NYG) – WR D.K. Metcalf, Mississippi: The Seahawks need to add some playmakers at wide out.

38. Jacksonville Jaguars – OL Cody Ford, Oklahoma: Some reinforcements are needed along the offensive line and Ford brings the versatility to play tackle or guard.

39. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – CB Rock Ya-Sin, Temple: There is an Owls connection here, as Bruce Arians used to be head coach at Temple.

40. Buffalo Bills – DE Jaylon Ferguson, Louisiana Tech: Adding Ferguson alongside first round pick Ed Oliver makes for a vast improved defensive line.

41. Denver Broncos – QB Drew Lock, Missouri: It seems too good to be true for the Broncos but this scenario could become reality.

42. Cincinnati Bengals – TE Irv Smith Jr., Alabama: The Bengals re-signed of the often injured Tyler Eifert to a one-year deal but Smith Jr. solidifies the spot long-term.

43. Detroit Lions – CB Lonnie Johnson, Kentucky: A physical corner capable of competing for a starting job would serve this team well.

44. Green Bay Packers – WR Deebo Samuel, South Carolina: The sharp route running and reliable hands of Samuel would give Aaron Rodgers an immediate, dependable target.

45. Los Angeles Rams (via ATL) – C Erik McCoy, Texas A&M: A replacement for the retired John Sullivan is a glaring need.

46. Indianapolis Colts (via WAS) – SS Juan Thornhill, Virginia: The shrewd maneuvering of GM Chris Ballard is poised to pay off on day two and Thornhill is a great value.

47. Carolina Panthers – OT Greg Little, Mississippi: More of a priority needs to focus on doing a better job protecting quarterback Cam Newton and Little can help in a big way.

48. Miami Dolphins – CB Joejuan Williams, Vanderbilt: Adding Williams to the secondary could serve as an important building block.

49. Cleveland Browns – SS Taylor Rapp, Washington: The team dealt Jabrill Peppers during the offseason, while both Damarious Randall and Eric Murray enter the final year of their contracts.

50. Minnesota Vikings – WR Hakeem Butler, Iowa State: Not since the days of Cris Carter, Jake Reed and Randy Moss, have the Vikings had such a talented wide receiver trio; see Thielen/Diggs.

51. Tennessee Titans – TE Dawson Knox, Mississippi: Veteran Delanie Walker will be 35 years old and coming off a major ankle injury.

52. Denver Broncos (via PIT) – OG Connor McGovern, Penn State: Not the sexiest pick but a much needed selection to help fortify the offensive line.

53. Philadelphia Eagles (via BAL) – CB Julian Love, Notre Dame: The lack of depth at cornerback was exposed down the stretch last season.

54. Houston Texans (SEA) – TE Jace Sternberger, Texas A&M: An impact player at tight end would bode well for the offense.

55. Houston Texans – CB Isaiah Johnson, Houston: The size/length and athletic traits make Johnson a prime selection.

56. New England Patriots (via CHI) – ILB Mack Wilson, Alabama: While Wilson never fulfilled expectations in Tuscaloosa, he possesses the traits to be a thumper in the middle.

57. Philadelphia Eagles – FS Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, Florida: Looking ahead, Malcom Jenkins is entering his 11th season, while Rodney McLeod will be a free agent after this year.

58. Dallas Cowboys – FS Deionte Thompson, Alabama: Big school prospects have always enticed Dallas and Thompson was once considered a potential first round pick.

59. Indianapolis Colts – ILB Vosean Joseph, Florida: Plugging in Joseph between Darius Leonard and Justin Houston seems like a winning formula on paper.

60. Los Angeles Chargers – OT Chuma Edoga, USC: Flashed the skill-set in Mobile that could translate to being a very solid starter at the next level.

61. Kansas City Chiefs – C Elgton Jenkins, Mississippi State: This is an immediate plug-and-play starter to fill the void of the departed Mitch Morse.

62. New Orleans Saints – WR Kelvin Harmon, North Carolina State: The temptation would be too great to turn down should Harmon slide down to this spot.

63. Kansas City Chiefs (via LAR) – WR Parris Campbell, Ohio State: It appears the Chiefs will be in need of a receiver with the Tyreek Hill situation lurking over them, why not replace speed with speed.

64. New England Patriots – DL Zach Allen, Boston College: A big, gritty, hard-nosed player who New England would be able to move around the defensive line.

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