2019 NFL Mock Draft: Round 2

Last update: Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2019. Major changes.
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  1. Arizona Cardinals: Andre Dillard, OT, Washington State
    The Cardinals must add to their pass protection. Josh Rosen was horrible last year, but he also had no help from his anemic offensive line.

    Andre Dillard is a love-hate prospect. Some teams think he’s a Round 3-4 prospect, but others believe he could go late in the first frame.

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  2. Indianapolis Colts: Julian Love, CB, Notre Dame
    The Colts have a great run defense, but they struggled to stop the pass in 2018. They need an upgrade at cornerback.

    Julian Love is only 5-10, but he has great instincts and ball skills.

  3. Oakland Raiders: Damien Harris, RB, Alabama
    The Raiders don’t have much of a running game, so I imagine that they’ll want to change that with one of their first four picks.

    Damien Harris is a well-rounded running back. One source Charlie Campbell spoke to said Harris reminds him of Doug Martin.



  4. San Francisco 49ers: Jamel Dean, CB, Auburn
    The 49ers have an atrocious secondary that they desperately need to address, given that they have to go up against Russell Wilson and Jared Goff twice per year.

    Jamel Dean has great size (6-2, 208) and tremendous potential.

  5. San Francisco 49ers: Parris Campbell, WR, Ohio State
    This is actually the Giants’ pick, but the 49ers acquired it via the trade I proposed in the first round.

    The 49ers are rumored to be going after Antonio Brown or Odell Beckham Jr. If they fail to acquire either, they could use an early-round selection on a receiver.

    Parris Campbell has big-play ability, but didn’t live up to it statistically in the past because of some poor passing. That changed late in 2018, as Campbell dominated Michigan in the regular-season finale. There’s a decent chance he’s the first receiver drafted.



  6. Jacksonville Jaguars: Irv Smith Jr., TE, Alabama
    The Jaguars need to give their new franchise quarterback a No. 1 receiver to throw to, as they currently don’t have any potent downfield threats. They also lack a viable tight end in the wake of the Austin Seferian-Jenkins bust signing.

    Irv Smith Jr. is a dangerous threat after the catch, and he has good route-running skills and nice hands.

  7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, S, Florida
    Buccaneer fans really wanted Derwin James in the 2018 NFL Draft. It turns out that they knew more about the draft than the team’s own general manager, which is sad. Perhaps Tampa can finally find an upgrade at safety at this juncture.

    Chauncey Garnder-Johnson played nickel for the Gators last year, but has taken on a larger role. He’s a great athlete and possesses terrific upside as a dynamic safety.



  8. Buffalo Bills: Marquise Brown, WR, Oklahoma
    Kelvin Benjamin is finally gone, so the Bills need to focus on finding a No. 1 receiver for Josh Allen.

    Marquise Brown is a small receiver (5-11, 162), but he can bolt for the end zone any time he gets his hands on the ball.

  9. Denver Broncos: Chris Lindstrom, G, Boston College
    The Broncos must strengthen the interior of their offensive line, which was a major weakness last year when Ronald Leary got hurt again.

    Chris Lindstrom is solid in all aspects and has more athleticism than most think.



  10. Cincinnati Bengals: Noah Fant, TE, Iowa
    The Bengals need a new tight end, as Tyler Eifert can’t be counted on to remain healty.

    Noah Fant is an athletic marvel, notching a 41-inch vertical in spring testing. He needs to improve his blocking, but his receiving ability should allow him to be a first- or second-round pick.

  11. Detroit Lions: Amani Oruwariye, CB, Penn State
    The Lions have just one viable starting cornerback in Darius Slay. This is a major problem, given that they have to go up against Aaron Rodgers and now Kirk Cousins twice per year.

    Amani Oruwariye is a big cornerback (6-1, 203) who possesses some quickness. Long speed is a question mark, but if he shows well at the combine, he could be a first-round pick.






  12. Green Bay Packers: Michael Jordan, G/C, Ohio State
    The Packers need to protect Aaron Rodgers, and the interior of their offensive line is a weakness that must be addressed this offseason.

    Michael Jordan can play both center and guard, so his versatility will make him appealing on Draft Day.

  13. Atlanta Falcons: Elgton Jenkins, C/G, Mississippi State
    The Falcons desperately need offensive line help. They’re hurting the most at guard, and they’ll need a center for the future after Alex Mack moves on. Here’s a prospect who can play both positions.

    Excellent as both a run blocker and a pass protector, Elgton Jenkins has the athleticism and talent to be chosen on Day 2.



  14. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Benny Snell Jr., RB, Kentucky
    This is actually the Redskins’ pick, but the Buccaneers acquired it via the trade I proposed in the first round.

    The Buccaneers didn’t have any sort of running game last year. They’ll need to change that in order for Jameis Winston to avoid throwing lots of interceptions.

    Benny Snell Jr. is a tough runner who could sneak into the first round, but will probably be chosen in the 35-50 range.

  15. Carolina Panthers: Erik McCoy, C/G, Texas A&M
    Ryan Kalil said he’s going to retire after this season, so here’s a replacement for him.

    Erik McCoy is an athletic center who is having a great year. He should be selected at some point on Day 2.




  16. Miami Dolphins: Devin Singletary, RB, Florida Atlantic
    The Dolphins have a new regime in place, so it’s likely that they’ll want to select their own running back rather than staying with Kenyan Drake, Frank Gore and Kalen Ballage.

    Devin Singletary doesn’t have great long speed, but he possesses terrific patience and can break through plenty of tackles.

  17. Cleveland Browns: N’Keal Harry, WR, Arizona State
    It was apparent in the loss to the Chargers that Baker Mayfield has no wide receivers to throw to besides Jarvis Landry. That must change starting this offseason.

    A 6-3 wide receiver with good speed, N’Keal Harry has the potential to become a first-round prospect. However, there are questions about his explosiveness, as sources Charlie Campbell spoke to compared him to Laquon Treadwell or Devin Funchess.

  18. Minnesota Vikings: Germaine Pratt, LB, N.C. State
    The Vikings have some great defensive players, but they have a major weakness, which is their inability to cover in space. Their linebacking corps needs an injection of talent.

    Germaine Pratt has good vision for a linebacker and can defend the run well. He’s a former safety.

  19. Tennessee Titans: Jerry Tillery, DE/DT, Notre Dame
    The Titans should look into bolstering their defensive line, which struggled to apply pressure on the quarterback last year.

    Jerry Tillery had a great start to his season on the field. However, he has off-the-field concerns that could hurt his draft stock.

    Pick change; previously Brian Burns, DE/OLB

  20. Pittsburgh Steelers: D’Andre Walker, LB, Georgia
    The Steelers didn’t replace Ryan Shazier last offseason. I have to imagine that they’ll finally do so this spring.

    D’Andre Walker is a good run defender who is decent in coverage. He was all over the place in the SEC Championship.

  21. Philadelphia Eagles: Jeffery Simmons, DE/DT, Mississippi State
    The Eagles have made picks like this before. They’ve taken chances on injured players like Sidney Jones. They may have to wait on Jeffery Simmons, but it could be worth it.

    Simmons has been slotted in the top 15 of my mock drafts, but he tore his ACL in a pre-draft workout this week. With this injury, as well as his off-the-field problems, Simmons could now fall into the second round.

    Pick change; previously Kelvin Harmon, WR



  22. Houston Texans: Dalton Risner, OT/C, Kansas State
    The Texans would be crazy if they passed on an opportunity to upgrade their atrocious offensive line. They’ve gotten Deshaun Watson so banged up that he wasn’t able to fly on an airplane at one stage in 2018.

    Dalton Risner had problems with speed rushers on the edge, but improved his play in 2018. Some have seventh-round grades on him, while others believe he’ll be selected on Day 2.

  23. Houston Texans: Chase Winovich, DE/OLB, Michigan
    Whitney Mercilus struggled last year, while Jadeveon Clowney could leave via free agency next spring. The Texans may want to add another edge rusher.

    Chase Winovich has incredible speed off the edge and never quits. He dominated Notre Dame in the 2018 opener.

  24. New England Patriots: Mack Wilson, LB, Alabama
    The Patriots have been looking for linebacker help next to Dont’a Hightower ever since they traded away Jamie Collins.

    Mack Wilson has good coverage skills, so he’ll generate interest from teams on Day 2.

    Pick change; previously Jeffery Simmons, DE/DT



  25. Philadelphia Eagles: Justice Hill, RB, Oklahoma State
    The Eagles were going to consider Sony Michel last April before the Patriots took him one pick earlier. With Jay Ajayi hitting free agency, Philadelphia will likely target a running back on Day 2.

    Scouts like Justice Hill’s speed and acceleration to the second level.

  26. Dallas Cowboys: Juan Thornhill, S, Virginia
    The Cowboys have a great defense, but their secondary is a weakness outside of Byron Jones. They’ve been trying to trade for Earl Thomas, so if they can’t get a deal done, here’s the safety upgrade they need.

    Juan Thornhill is a sound tackler and covers very well.

  27. Indianapolis Colts: Deebo Samuel, WR, South Carolina
    The Colts had 19 drops in a span of three games when T.Y. Hilton was out of the lineup. They really need a second option at receiver.

  28. Los Angeles Chargers: Ryan Finley, QB, N.C. State
    There was talk last April that the Chargers would use a second-round pick on a quarterback to ultimately succeed Philip Rivers. Perhaps those reports were off by a year.

    Ryan Finley had a solid performance at the Senior Bowl. He projects as an Alex Smith-type quarterback with slightly less mobility.

  29. Kansas City Chiefs: Nasir Adderley, S, Delaware
    The Chiefs tried to trade for Earl Thomas, but couldn’t get the deal done before he got hurt. Here’s a new safety if they can’t sign Thomas next offseason. Charlie Campbell highlighted Nasir Adderley in a recent draft stock report. It seems as though Adderley could be chosen in the second round.

  30. New Orleans Saints: Riley Ridley, WR, Georgia
    The Saints signed Dez Bryant and Brandon Marshall, hoping to find an upgrade across from Michael Thomas. Here’s a possible solution.

    Riley Ridley possesses a tremendous amount of potential, but is a raw product who should’ve returned to school.

  31. Kansas City Chiefs: Vosean Joseph, LB, Florida
    The Chiefs need to fix the middle of their defense, as they have one of the worst linebacking corps in the NFL.

    Vosean Joseph is a very instinctive and fast linebacker.

  32. New England Patriots: Clayton Thorson, QB, Northwestern
    The Patriots have traded all of their potential successors for Tom Brady, so they’ll need to find a new one.

    Clayton Thorson is an underrated prospect because of his dreadful supporting cast. He has plus mechanics, and he can make any pass, fitting throws into tight windows. He has a nice arm, and he’s also smart and athletic. He could be a second-round pick in the 2019 NFL Draft.





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