It was brought to my attention adding a 2nd round down here in the comment section since I'm unable to do so at the moment in the database would provide more clarity on my draft plans for teams. Since, this is my first attempt doing a format like this please bare with me and any typos or format errors.
33) 49ers - Parris Campbell WR Ohio St
- Anytime a organization drafts a quarterback high they go and get new weapons around him to grow with. Campbell has a ton of upside to be that guy.
34) Browns - Jordan Thomas CB Oklahoma
- The Browns failed to go after any corners in this past draft and could use a few to grow in their young defense. Good thing they have a plethora of picks to fix that position.
35) Jets - Martinas Rankin OT Mississippi St
- Since D'Brickashaw Ferguson retired the Jets tackle spots have been really weak and this next season should be no different. To help whoever their quarterback is to develop they need to fix that issue.
36) Cards - Troy Fumagalli TE Wisconsin
- Like I said teams love to pair up young quarterbacks with a young weapon. The Cards have never had a go to safety blanket at tight end.
37) Dolphins - Orlando Brown OT Oklahoma
- Ju'Wan James predictably became a huge first round bust after the Dolphins reached for him. Brown can come in and be a dominant right tackle immediately for them.
38) Bears - Duke Ejiafor DE Wake Forest
- In the likely scenario that Jonathan Bullard fails to develop again the Bears could use a quality defensive end to play across from Akiem Hicks.
39) Rams - Mason Cole C Michigan
- Jonathan Sullivan is a nice temporary fix at center, but bringing in a better blocker to protect Goff up the middle can really help his development.
40) Lions - Nick Chubb RB Georgia
- The Lions failed to address their running back issue this off season after their run game failed them all year long last year. Chubb can be a go to bell cow back to go along with their bevy of scat backs.
41) Jags - Cameron Smith LB USC
- Paul Posluszny has been a liability on defense for awhile now and finding an athletic replacement can really pull this whole defense together.
42) Vikes - Daylon Mack DT Texas A&M
- Sharrif Floyd has been a disappointment since being drafted in the first round and Linval Joseph when healthy is a dominant force, but his health has been an issue. Bringing in some young blood can help the rotation up front.
43) Chargers - Nick Fitzgerald QB Mississippi St
- The Chargers should start looking towards the future at quarterback with Rivers getting older and taking a ton of hits lately. Fitzgerald is a bigger version of Prescott to me with a higher ceiling.
44) Redskins - Billy Price OG Ohio St
- The interior of the Redskins offensive line could use some more bite to it. Price is versatile and can fill in at guard or center for them.
45) Bills - James Washington WR Oklahoma St
- If they do let Sammy Watkins walk after this year they need to find a receiver to play across from Zay Jones.
46) Cowboys - Armani Watts S Texas A&M
- I liked what the Cowboys did to address their corner position in this past draft, but safety is still an issue. Finding Byron Jones a running mate in the back can actually make their secondary kind of intimidating.
47) Browns (from Saints) - Geron Christian OT Louisville
- The Browns o-line is actually pretty impressive until you reach the right tackle spot where young Shon Coleman needs to prove himself. He has trouble staying healthy and if he cannot get the job done finding a better option may be needed.
48) Bengals - Maea Teuhema OG LSU
- The Bengals have a lot of questions on the o-line and were so desperate they brought back the lazy Andre Smith. Teuhema is a versatile hard nosed blocker who can be perfect for them.
50) 49ers (from Saints) - Iman Marshall CB USC
- Even if Ahkello Witherspoon pans out the 49ers could use another good corner to have a solid secondary.
51) Colts - Marcell Frazier OLB Missouri
- The Colts have a few potentially nice pass rushers, but none really strike fear in opposing offenses. Finding a young talent with upside can really turn this disaster of a defense around.
52) Ravens - Akrum Wadley RB Iowa
- The Ravens wanted to get more explosive on offense, but with their current running back group they most definitely will not be explosive there. Finding a true number one back can help take pressure away from Flacco.
53) Browns (from Eagles) - Ronnie Harrison S Alabama
- Even if Jabrill Peppers pans out as a strong safety the Browns could still use an upgrade behind him. Plus, Peppers future is most likely at linebacker.
54) Chiefs - Jack Cichy LB Wisconsin
- They have yet to find a replacement for Derrick Johnson who is coming off his second major Achilles' injury.
55) Panthers - Deon Cain WR Clemson
- Two local Clemson products to them is just a coincidence here, but the Panthers do need a better receiver than their current two plodders in Benjamin and Funchess.
56) Broncos - Derrick Nnadi DE Florida St
- The Broncos have yet to find a true interior pass rusher to fill the void left by Malik Jackson a few seasons ago. With one their defense could be nearly unstoppable.
57) Bucs - Kevin Tolliver CB LSU
- Brent Grimes is an upcoming free agent and at his age I doubt he is in the plans for this young team's future. Even if he is and Vernon Hargreaves fails to improve they will need a new corner to replace the former first rounder.
58) Giants - Trey Adams OT Washington
- Finding a way to make John Jerry go to the bench is finding a right tackle to push D.J. Fluker back inside. They could also just find a guard to do so, but killing two bird with one stone with a tackle is a wiser move.
59) Raiders - Casey Tucker OT Stanford
- Donald Penn is an upcoming free agent and at his age it's tough to bring him in on a long contract. Even if they do finding a young right tackle could be helpful to since that is their weak spot on the line.
60) Falcons - D.J. Clark WR LSU
- I think the Falcons could use a better number two option across from Julio Jones to give the All-Pro some more breathing room on the outside.
61) Steelers - Jerry Tillery DE Notre Dame
- Stephon Tuitt is an upcoming free agent. With the Steelers cap space tied up to Antonio Brown and possibly Le'Veon Bell I doubt there's going to be wiggle room to keep Tuitt also.
62) Seahawks - Mike Gesicki TE Penn St
- Jimmy Graham is an upcoming free agent and with his up and down play it will be interesting to see if they want to invest more money in him. Plus, their cap is tied up to Wilson and their stud defenders.
63) Titans - Josey Jewell LB Iowa
- The Titans have three starting linebackers up for free agency next off season and none are that worthy to be brought back to this rising team.
64) Pats - Porter Gustin OLB USC
- The Pats most likely will trade this pick too, but in case they don't a new pass rusher is always useful. One good enough to prevent Kyle Van Noy and Shea McClellin from seeing starters' minutes is a good idea.
65) Packers - Marquis Haynes OLB Ole Miss
- Clay Matthews is not getting any younger and now that Nick Perry got a new contract who knows if he will revert to being a lazy player. New talent to push both of them or rotate in can help create a potent pass rush.
@Brian_PDX What do you mean mediocre quarterback. It's been known since his freshman year that Rosen is a top prospect at quarterback. Is the best quarterback you speak of Lamar Jackson? He is not nearly as good as a passer than any of the other top 3 and if any team believes he is ready for the pros is going to be disappointed.
Also, yes the Vikes are going to have a mediocre year since they really did not improve their blocking, and Bradford will most likely be like himself and get hurt. Plus, your schedule is pretty tough this season if you actually looked at it. Bradford is also a free agent after this year which is why I have them drafting a quarterback since Bridgewater's career is still up in the air.
And no I am not a Packers fan in fact, I'm a Bears fan who has enough sense to realize the Packers are a really great team who's schedule is pretty manageable. I know the Patriots will probably be right there in the end, but just to break from the monotony of everyone having the Pats there I changed it up with another reasonable Super Bowl contender. Also, it's July who the hell knows what will happen. If you read the title summary you would know I prefaced my mock saying as such.
Good day sir
@Steel Willy Me too, I slightly enjoy the Steelers and how well they normally draft. However, the past few seasons their direction and ability to find players seems to be a bit off. Outside of the occassional finds like A.B., Bell, or Martavis Bryant. I do find Mike Mitchell to be the most overrated safety in the league and it should not be hard to find his replacement.