33. Jacksonville Jaguars Select-Pat Freiermuth-TE-Ohio State University
Trevor Lawrence needs a safety valve at tight end and Pat Freiermuth is easily the safest pick here to kick off Day 2. He's a great receiver and an even better blocker and would make Trevor Lawrence's life in Jacksonville.
34. New York Jets Select-Najee Harris-RB-University of Alabama
The Jets get a steal in the 2nd with Najee Harris who is a physical specimen at the running back position. He will help Zach Wilson's development as both a bell cow back and a safety valve target when things break down on the play.
35. Atlanta Falcons Select-Javonte Williams-RB-North Carolina University
Atlanta let go of Todd Gurley II and haven't replaced him in free agency which means they are looking towards the draft to fill the role. Javonte Williams was a dominant player for the Tar Heels and will thrive in Atlanta's offense as he will face weak defensive boxes and have open looks as a receiver out of the backfield and could Atlanta's offense find more consistency.
36. Miami Dolphins (Via Texans) Select-Nick Bolton-LB-University of Missouri
The Dolphins need defensive help in the linebacking corps and Nick Bolton is the perfect player in the 2nd round. Bolton is a tough and athletic linebacker that is going to deliver big hits and improve their run defense tremendously. He's a huge upgrade in the linebacking corps and a great pick to kick off their Day 2.
37. Philadelphia Eagles Select-Trevon Moehrig-Woodard-S-Texas Christian University
The Eagles, lacking a receiver on the board, grab the best pure safety in the draft in Trevon Moehrig-Woodard. He possesses a well balanced skill set and is a plug-n-play safety for the Eagles.
38. Cincinnati Bengals Select-Brevin Jordan-TE-University of Miami
The Bengals passed on Ja'Marr Chase but made it up to fans by grabbing Miami's Brevin Jordan. He's a great athlete and was a phenomenal playmaker for the Canes and will bring the same level of ability to Joe Burrow and company.
39. Carolina Panthers Select-Jevon Holland-S-University of Oregon
The Panthers grabbed their quarterback on Day 1 and look to improve their secondary as the NFC North becomes a major arms race. Jevon Holland is one of the best pure cover safeties in the draft with exceptional ball skills and range.
40. Atlanta Falcons (Via Broncos) Select-Carlos Basham II-Edge-Wake Forest University
The Falcons grabbed Micah Parsons in the 1st round with Denver's pick and now they double dip on defense to improve their pass rush by grabbing Carlos Basham II to kick off their Day 2 draft. Boogie Basham II is a versatile defensive lineman with experience playing inside and outside the defensive with snaps even as an outside linebacker which is going to allow him to contribute in all over their defense.
41. Detroit Lions Select-Kadarius Toney-WR-University of Florida
The Detroit Lions can't march Jared Goff out on the field without a receiver to throw to and Kadarius Toney is a great fit for them. He's a fast and shifty receiver that had a knack for making plays and should be an easy choice here in the 2nd.
42. New York Giants Select-Quincy rOCHE-eDGE-uNIVERSITY OF mIAMI
The New York Giants need to find an effective edge rusher and Quincy Roche perfectly fits their defense. He's a great athlete and a seasoned pass rush technician coming out of college. He will make an impact on their pass rush his rookie year.
43. San Francisco 49ers Select-Eric Stokes-CB-University of Georgia
Richard Sherman became a free agent this offseason and the Niners need to address the position in the draft. Eric Stokes is a freak athlete at the corner position who showed at Georgia his potential as a productive outside corner covering against SEC receivers.
44. Dallas Cowboys Select-Daviyon NIxon-DT-University of Iowa
The Dallas Cowboys continue to improve a defense that performed poorly in 2020. Daviyon Nixon was easily the best defensive lineman in the BIG-10 and solidified his status as an early Day 2 player with a stellar pro day. He starts game one for the Cowboys and has the potential to develop into a quality player early in his career.
45. Jacksonville Jaguars (Via Vikings) Select-JAy Tufele-DT-University of Southern California
The Jaguars interior defensive line was bad in 2020 and adding talent to the interior should be a priority in Day 2. Jay Tufele was a dominant presence in the PAC-12 and should make an early impact on defense in Jacksonville.
46. New England Patriots Select-Terrace MarshalL II-WR-Louisiana State University
The New England Patriots need to get more receiver talent even with their spending spree in free agency. Terrace Marshall Jr. was a major red zone threat at LSU and showed phenomenal athletic ability at his pro day that checks out on tape. He has the potential to end the receiver drought the Patriots have had and should develop into a quality player in the pros.
47. Los Angeles Chargers Select-Paulson Adebo-CB-Stanford University
The Chargers defense has a lethal pass rush and getting turnover happy cornerback will make this defense a formidable one in 2021. Paulson Adebo has easily the best ball skills in college football at the cornerback position and will make an early impact his rookie year by plucking errand throws caused by Joey Bosa.
48. Las Vegas Raiders Select-Jabril Cox-LB-Louisiana State University
The Raiders need help at linebacker and need to improve their pass defense and Jabril Cox fills both needs for them. He's one of, if not the, best coverage linebacker in the draft and will make the Raiders pass defense much improved for 2021.
49. Arizona Cardinals Select-Greg Newsome II-CB-University of Washington
The Arizona Cardinals let go of Patrick Peterson in the off season and will need to find his replacement fast for 2021. Greg Newsome II is a great athlete and showed himself to be a reliable corner during his time at Northwestern. He will be a productive rookie in 2021 with the Arizona Cardinals improved pass rush.
50. Miami Dolphins Select-Dillon Radunz-OT-North Dakota State University
The Dolphins offensive line is missing one more piece in order to become formidable on the offensive line. Dillon Radunz has been the best offensive lineman in MVFC since he stepped onto the football field and would be a great addition to the Dolphins offensive lineman.
51. Washington Redskins Select-ASante Samuel II-CB-Florida State University
The Washington Redskins need an aggressive ball hawking cornerback and Asante Samuel II would fit perfectly. Combined with Washington's stout front seven, Asante Samuel II's go up and get it style of play will immediately mesh with the Redskins defense.
52. Chicago Bears Select-Azeez Ojulari-Edge-University of Georgia
The addition of Robert Quinn proved to be less than ideal for the Bears defense and adding a pass rusher to supplant him is a big priority. Azeez Ojulari, while somewhat undersized for the position, showed immense potential as a pass rusher at Georgia and should fit very well into the Bears defense.
53. Tennessee Titans Select-Levi Onwuzurike-DT-University of Washington
The Tennessee Titans still have a developing defensive line and adding another talented player to the interior of the defense is a priority. Levi Onwuzurike is a highly athletic defensive lineman that showed a lot of potential to wreak havoc in the backfield by himself and having him lineup next to Autry and Simmons could prove fruitful for all 3 players.
54. Indianapolis Colts Select-Joseph Ossai-EDGE-University of Texas
The Indianapolis Colts needed an edge rusher to create pressure off the edge and Ossai did exactly that for the Longhorns. He's an exceptional athlete that can play every linebacker position on the field and should start Week 1 for the Colts.
55. Pittsburgh Steelers Select-Wyatt Davis-G-Ohio State University
The Steelers continue their offensive line rebuild by grabbing Wyatt Davis from Ohio State. His presence was felt when he went down with injury in the title game and he fell to the Steelers because of it. He will start immediately and should instantly improve the teams lacking run game.
56. Seattle Seahawks Select-Milton Williams-DT-Louisiana Tech University
The Seahawks let Jarran Reed go this off season and will need to fill the hole he left behind and Milton Williams is a good option to do just that. He's a freak athlete but a raw prospect but should eventually develop into at least a quality player in his rookie contract.
57. Los Angeles Rams select-Andre Cisco-S-Syracuse University
John Johnson left in free agency and getting another ball hawking safety is key for their defensive success. Andre Cisco would have been a Day 1 selection if he didn't suffer season-ending injury early in the 2020 season and the Rams will reap the rewards of his fall.
58. Kansas City Chiefs (Via Ravens) Select-Elijah Moore-WR-Ole Miss University
Kansas City let go of Sammy Watkins this offseason and while receiver isn't a huge need having Elijah Moore here in the 2nd round is too good to pass up for them. Moore is an electric speedster at receiver that has quickness and hands that will create mismatches in the slot as well as on the outside.
59. Cleveland Browns Select-Tyler Shelvin-DT-Louisiana State University
The Cleveland Browns lost Larry Ogunjobi in the offseason and their interior defensive line is getting older and less productive. Tyler Shelvin is the best run stuffing tackle in this draft and will eat up blocks for his fellow pass rushers while instantly improving the team's run defense.
60. New Orleans Saints Select-Payton Turner-EDGE-University of Houston
The Saints need to continue improving their pass rush and prepare for life with Cam Jordan who's going to be 32 in July. Payton Turner is a phenomenal athlete that plays with a lot of aggression and he has the same build as Jordan. He can play inside and outside for the Saints and could develop into a quality rusher behind Jordan.
61. Buffalo Bills Select-Israel Mukuamu-Cb-University of South Carolina
The Bills need an outside cornerback that can press NFL receivers out of the gate and Israel Mukuamu is a great fit. He's 6'4" corner with rare length for the position and should find early success in the NFL against the bigger receivers in the NFL.
62. Green Bay Packers Select-Dylan Moses-LB-University of Alabama
The Green Bay Packers didn't replace Blake Martinez in 2020 and with Dylan Moses on the board the Packers must pull the trigger. He's still coming back from injury and his potential once he's back to full speed is immense with his athleticism and toughness and should fit right in on the Packer defense.
63. Kansas City Chiefs Select-Trey SMith-G-University of Tennessee
The Chiefs continue their offensive line rebuild Trey Smith who has dominated at guard for the Vols for the last two seasons. He has the potential to start early and develop into a quality lineman early in his rookie year.
64. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Select-Joe Tryon-EDGE-University of Washington
The Buccaneers may have re-signed the pass rushers but getting quality depth is a major need for them in the draft. Joe Tryon is a powerful pass rusher from Washington that gets to develop behind Shaq Barrett and Jason Pierre-Paul who have a similar skill set. He'll be a very good rotational player in his rookie year and will be a shoe-in to replace JPP when he eventually retires.