NFL draft Day 2 replay: Rounds 2 and 3
33. Green Bay - Kevin King, CB, Washington
- The Packers got the second round started by making their first pick of the 2017 NFL Draft. They went on the defensive side of the ball, which is lightyears behind the Aaron Rodgers-led offense in Green Bay. Kevin King is a big, physical corner that stands 6-for-3 and weighs in at 200 pounds.
34. Jacksonville (from Seattle) - Cam Robinson, OT, Alabama
- The Jaguars gave up the 35th overall pick, as well as their sixth round pick (187th overall) to Seattle to move up one spot in the draft and select . Jacksonville is pretty set on the defensive side of the ball. Seeing them boost the offensive side of the ball for quarterback Blake Bortles and new running back Leonard Fournette is no surprise.
35. Seattle (from Jacksonville) - Malik McDowell, DE, Michigan State
- By all accounts, Malik McDowell failed to impress many teams during his pre-draft interviews. That didn't seem to bother the Seahawks, who could actually be a great fit for the former Spartan. The Seahawks have a history of effectively using guys with a bit of an edge (see Bruce Irvin). There was a lot of grumbling in East Lansing last year about McDowell's lack of effort, but that's not going to fly under Pete Carroll.
36. Arizona (from Chicago) - Budda Baker, S, Washington
- The Cardinals helped the Bears recoup some picks from last night's disaster, sending the 45th overall pick, the 119th overall pick and two sixth round selections to Chicago.
37. Buffalo (from Los Angeles Rams) - Zay Jones, WR, East Carolina
- Jones had 399 career receptions in college (158 in 2016), the most in Football Bowl Subdivision history.
38. Los Angeles Chargers - Forrest Lamp, G, Western Kentucky
39. New York Jets - Marcus Maye, S, Florida
40. Carolina - Curtis Samuel, ATH, Ohio State
- This one could have people scratching their heads a bit. The Panthers went with the ultimate do-everything player in Christian McCaffrey in the first round, and now they're taking a very similar guy in Samuel. That's not to say Samuel isn't a dynamic player. He is. It'll just be interesting to see how Carolina utilizes these two high draft picks next season with Cam Newton under center.
41. Minnesota (from Cincinnati) - Dalvin Cook, RB, Florida State
- The Vikings traded the 48th overall pick and a fourth round selection (128th overall) to select . Not much a surprise here. With the departure of Adrian Peterson, Minnesota needed to continue address its backfield after signing Latavius Murray. Cook could very well end up being the best back in the draft. His skill set is that good.
42. New Orleans - Marcus Williams, S, Utah
43. Philadelphia - Sidney Jones, DB, Washington
44. Los Angeles Rams (from Buffalo) - Gerald Everett, TE, South Alabama
45. Chicago (from Arizona) - Adam Shaheen, TE, Ashland
46. Indianapolis - Quincy Wilson, DB, Florida
47. Baltimore - Tyus Bowser, LB, Houston
48. Cincinnati (from Minnesota) - Joe Mixon, RB, Oklahoma
- This could be the most polarizing pick of the second round. Mixon was caught on video punching a woman in the face. While the video is four years old, there are naturally a lot of character questions surrounding Mixon, who was actually rumored to be on the Lions draft board. As a football player, Mixon is rated by most analysts as one of the best players in the draft. His personal issues are obviously what caused this slide.
49. Washington - Ryan Anderson, LB, Alabama
50. Tampa Bay - Justin Evans, S, Texas A&M
51. Denver - DeMarcus Walker, DE, Florida State
52. Cleveland (from Tennessee) - DeShone Kizer, QB, Notre Dame
- The Browns will hope they hit a home run with their three first round picks and can groom former Irish quarterback DeShone Kizer to be the next signal caller. At one point during the start of the 2016 college football season, there were murmurs that Kizer could be the top overall pick. The young man underwhelmed during his final season in South Bend.
53. Detroit - Teez Tabor, DB, Florida
- The Lions went with another defensive player from a stout Florida defense, taking Teez Tabor to help contribute to a secondary that has Darius Slay, Glover Quin and not much else. Tabor is not the quickest guy on the field, but he makes up for it with good size (6-foot, 199 pounds) and athleticism.
54. Miami - Raekwon McMillan, LB, Ohio State
55. New York Giants - Dalvin Tomlinson, DT, Alabama
56. Oakland - Obi Melifonwu, S, Connecticut
57. Houston - Zach Cunningham, LB, Vanderbilt
58. Seattle - Ethan Pocic, C, LSU
59. Kansas City - Tanoh Kpassagnon, DE, Villanova
60. Dallas - Chidobe Awuzie, CB, Colorado
61. Green Bay - Josh Jones, DB, N.C. State
- Josh Jones is a local product that played high school football at Walled Lake Western. Jones is a fast, aggressive player that flies around the football field. His aggression can sometimes come back to bite him if he misses the big hit.
62. Pittsburgh - JuJu Smith-Schuster, WR, USC
- The guy with the best name in the draft is off the board.
63. Buffalo (from Atlanta) - Dion Dawkins, G, Temple
64. Carolina - Taylor Moton, OL, Western Michigan
- With Corey Davis off the board with the fifth overall pick to Tennessee, Taylor Moton was likely to be the next Broncos player off the board. Moton is an Okemos product, and he was a big reason for WMU's success running the ball in 2016.
65. Cleveland - Larry Ogunjobi, DT, Charlotte
66. San Francisco - Ahkello Witherspoon, DB, Colorado
67. New Orleans (from San Francisco) - Alvin Kamara, RB, Tennessee
68. Jacksonville - Dawuane Smoot, DE, Illinois
69. Los Angeles Rams - Cooper Kupp, WR, Eastern Washington
70. Minnesota (from New York Jets) - Pat Elflein, C, Ohio State
71. Los Angeles Chargers - Dan Feeney, G, Indiana
72. Tennessee (from New England) - Taywan Taylor, WR, Western Kentucky
73. Cincinnati - Jordan Willis, DE, Kansas State
74. Baltimore (from Philadelphia) - Chirs Wormley, DE, Michigan
- Wormley is the third Wolverine to come off the board, and the second from its vaunted 2016 defensive line. Wormley is a fighter, pure and simple. What he lacks in explosiveness, he more than makes up for with his desire to be a disruptor. He's got a thick frame that allows him to go toe-to-toe with offensive linemen.
75. Atlanta (from Buffalo) - Duke Riley, LB, LSU
76. New Orleans - Alex Anzalone, LB, Florida
77. Carolina (from Arizona) - Daeshon Hall, DE, Texas A&M
78. Baltimore - Tim Williams, LB, Alabama
- Williams is the eighth Crimson Tide player off the board.
79. New York Jets (from Minnesota) - ArDarius Stewart, WR, Alabama
- Make it nine for Alabama.
80. Indianapolis - Tarell Basham, DE, Ohio
81. Washington - Fabian Moreau, CB, UCLA
82. Denver - Carlos Henderson, WR, Louisiana Tech
83. New England (from Tennessee) - Derek Rivers, DE, Youngstown State
- In true Patriots fashion, this was the first pick of the draft for New England, who kept trading down to acquire more assets before finally selecting Rivers.
84. Tampa Bay - Chris Godwin, WR, Penn State
85. New England (from Detroit) - Antonio Garcia, OT, Troy
- Well, now the Patriots have contacted old friend Bob Quinn and traded into the Lions 85th spot. The Lions received the 96th overall selection tonight, as well a fourth round selection tomorrow (124th overall).
86. Kansas City (from Minnesota) - Kareem Hunt, RB, Toledo
- This is a guy I thought the Lions may target with the 85th overall pick. The Lions have a need at running back, and a strong guy like this definitely would have fit in as a nice compliment to Ameer Abdullah.
87. New York Giants - Davis Webb, QB, California
88. Oakland - Eddie Vanderdoes, DT, UCLA
89. Houston - D'Onta Foreman, RB, Texas
- Another possible running back that had been mentioned as a fit for the Lions has gone off the board. The list of options at tailback that the Lions could justify drafting in the third round is dwindling.
90. Seattle - Shaquill Griffin, DB, Central Florida
91. Los Angeles Rams (from Buffalo) - John Johnson, S, Boston College
92. Dallas - Jourdan Lewis, CB, Michigan
- The former Wolverine was once thought to be a first round talent. Some off the field issues, combined with the depth of talent at the position caused Lewis to fall into the late third round. He's definitely got the talent to succeed at the next level, and he'll be paired with Michigan teammate Taco Charlton in big D.
93. Green Bay - Montravius Adams, DT, Auburn
94. Pittsburgh - Cameron Sutton, CB, Tennessee
95. Seattle (from Atlanta) - Delano Hill, S, Michigan
- Hill is the fifth Wolverine taken in the draft. He's the third to go on the second day. The fact that Michigan is starting to have its presence once again felt during the NFL Draft is a testament to the program's resurgence.
96. Detroit (from New England) - Kenny Golladay, WR, Northern Illinois
- At 6-foot-4, 213 pounds, the Lions got a big receiver to compliment Golden Tate and Marvin Jones. Matt Stafford likes to throw jump balls, and Golladay is definitely a guy that can go up over defenders and get it. Scouts say he needs to work on his route running.
97. Miami (compensatory) - Cordrea Tankersley, CB, Clemson
98. Arizona (compensatory from Panthers) - Chad Williams, WR, Grambling
99. Philadelphia (compensatory from Ravens) - Rasul Douglas, CB, West Virginia
100. Tennessee (compensatory from Rams) - Jonnu Smith, TE, Florida International
101. Denver (compensatory) - Brendan Langley, CB, Lamar
102. Seattle (compensatory) - Nazair Jones, DT, North Carolina
103. New Orleans (compensatory from Patriots) - Trey Hendrickson, DE, Florida Atlantic
104. New Orleans (compensatory from Minnesota) - C.J. Beathard, QB, Iowa
105. Pittsburgh (compensatory) - James Conner, RB, Pittsburgh
106. Seattle (compensatory) - Amara Darboh
- Amara Darboh is as sure-handed receiver as you'll find coming from college to the pros. This guy isn't exceptionally fast, and he isn't an imposing figure (6-foot-2), but he catches the ball when it hits him in the numbers. He's also the sixth Wolverine off the board.
107. New York Jets (compensatory) - Kendell Beckwith, LB, LSU
34. San Francisco
37. Los Angeles Rams
38. Los Angeles Chargers
39. New York Jets
42. New Orleans
50. Tampa Bay
55. New York Giants
59. Kansas City
61. Green Bay
66. San Francisco
69. Los Angeles Rams
70. New York Jets
71. Los Angeles Chargers
72. New England
76. New Orleans
84. Tampa Bay
87. New York Giants
91. Kansas City
93. Green Bay
96. New England
103. New Orleans*
104. Kansas City*
107. New York Jets*
* Compensatory selection