As is usually the case, there is still a lot of quality talent to be had. This will all be pointless, of course, but you can see who is still available.
33. Green Bay Packers – CB Chidobe Awuzie, Colorado. The Packers need secondary help bad. There are several cornerbacks available.
34. Seattle Seahawks – S Obi Melifonwu, Connecticut. The Seahawks did well to trade down twice and pick up extra picks. They can draft a tall secondary player or offensive lineman here.
35. Jacksonville Jaguars – OT Cam Robinson, Alabama. Now that the Jaguars drafted Leonard Fournette the next order of business is getting guys who can block for him. Robinson is a solid run blocker.
36. Chicago Bears – S Josh Jones, North Carolina State. Jones is a hard hitter who would fit well in Chicago’s talent starved secondary.
37. Los Angeles Rams – OG Forrest Lamp, Western Kentucky. The Rams will try failed left tackle Greg Robinson at right tackle or guard. He will likely fail there too. Lamp can play any position on the line.
38. Los Angeles Chargers – FS Budda Baker, Washington. The Chargers passed on Malik Hooker in the first round. They really need safety help.
39. New York Jets – CB Kevin King, Washington. Drafting another second round quarterback would do little to help the Jets. Keep building up that secondary.
40. Carolina Panthers – DE Jordan Willis, Kansas State. The Panthers defensive ends are all on the wrong side of 30. A young pass rusher should be a priority.
41. Cincinnati Bengals – DT Malik McDowell, Michigan State. The Bengals have never been afraid to take chances on talented, yet polarizing prospects.
42. New Orleans Saints – OLB Zach Cunningham, Vanderbilt. Cunningham might never be a Pro Bowler, but he should be an upgrade over the mediocre options New Orleans currently has.
43. Philadelphia Eagles – CB Cordrea Tankersley, Clemson. The Eagles took the best player on their board in round one, but have to add cornerbacks on Day two.
44. Buffalo Bills – RB Curtis Samuel, Ohio State. Samuel is listed as a running back but would play plenty of slot receiver in Buffalo. The Bills have no one outside of Sammy Watkins.
45. Arizona Cardinals – QB DeShone Kizer, Notre Dame. Kizer definitely has the body and arm that Bruce Arians likes. He would be solid value here.
46. Indianapolis Colts – OLB Tim Williams, Alabama. The new Colts GM has done a great job on the defensive side of the ball. Williams will only be a pass rushing specialist.
47. Baltimore Ravens – OG Dan Feeney, Indiana. Not a flashy pick, but Feeney could be a plug and play option at guard or center.
48. Minnesota Vikings – HB Dalvin Cook, Florida State. I am not sure how far Cook will slide, or if Joe Mixon or Alvin Kamara will be picked ahead of him.
49. Washington Redskins – S Justin Evans, Texas A&M. Evans has starter potential and the Redskins are shallow at safety.
50. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – HB Joe Mixon, Oklahoma. I have no idea where Joe Mixon is really going to go. Tampa could go all in on offense here. I expect they would try to trade up for Dalvin Cook.
51. Denver Broncos – DE Chris Wormley, Michigan. A year later and the Broncos still need to replace Malik Jackson.
52. Cleveland Browns – QB Davis Webb, California. I still think the Browns would like to try to draft a quarterback in 2018, but Webb is good value here.
53. Detroit Lions – DE Carl Lawson, Auburn. The Lions simply need defensive players.
54. Miami Dolphins – MLB Raekwon McMillan, Ohio State. McMillan is solid, but not spectacular. Other than defensive end, linebacker has been identified as the biggest need.
55. New York Giants – OG Dion Dawkins, Temple. The Giants foolishly passed on offensive line help in the first round, and the pickings will be a lot more slim here.
56. Oakland Raiders – OLB Tyus Bowser, Houston. Bowser had some first round buzz so to land him here would be quite a steal for Oakland.
57. Houston Texans – OT Taylor Moton, Western Michigan. After drafting Deshaun Watson it only makes sense to improve the offensive line.
58. Seattle Seahawks – C Ethan Pocic, LSU. Pocic can play center or guard, and would be an upgrade at both positions.
59. Kansas City Chiefs – CB Sidney Jones, Washington. Jones is a close friend of Marcus Peters, and could be a nice counterpart once he recovers from a serious injury.
60. Dallas Cowboys – CB Jourdan Lewis, Michigan. Lewis might be a slot corner only, but the Cowboys are so thin at cornerback.
61. Green Bay Packers – DE Tarell Basham, Ohio. The Packers keep the defensive pipeline going with the drafting of cornerbacks and pass rushers.
62. Pittsburgh Steelers – S Marcus Williams, Utah. The Steelers like Sean Davis but still want to upgrade at the other safety position.
63. Atlanta Falcons – OG Dorian Johnson, Pittsburgh. The Falcons have scouted offensive guards heavily during the pre draft process.
64. Carolina Panthers – WR Zay Jones, East Carolina. Wide receiver is a sneaky need in Carolina, with Kelvin Benjamin struggling to come back from a serious injury.
65. Cleveland Browns – WR Chris Godwin, Penn State
66. San Francisco 49ers – WR Cooper Kupp, Eastern Washington
67. San Francisco 49ers – S Marcus Maye, Florida
68. Jacksonville Jaguars – OT Antonio Garcia, Troy
69. Los Angeles Rams – WR JuJu Smith-Schuster, USC
70. New York Jets – OLB Derek Rivers, Youngstown State
71. Los Angeles Chargers – OT Roderick Johnson, Florida State
72. New England Patriots – DE Daeshon Hall, Texas A&M
73. Cincinnati Bengals – HB Alvin Kamara, Tennessee
74. Baltimore Ravens – DT Dalvin Tomlinson, Alabama
75. Buffalo Bills – WR Malachi Dupre, LSU
76. New Orleans Saints – DE Tanoh Kpassagnon, Villanova
77. Arizona Cardinals – CB Teez Tabor, Florida
78. Baltimore Ravens – OLB Ryan Anderson, Alabama
79. Minnesota Vikings – OT Julie’n Davenport, Bucknell
80. Indianapolis Colts – HB Kareem Hunt, Toledo
81. Washington Redskins – CB Desmond King, Iowa
82. Denver Broncos – TE George Kittle, Iowa
83. Tennessee Titans – CB Fabian Moreau, UCLA
84. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – DE DeMarcus Walker, Florida
85. Detroit Lions – CB Ahkello Witherspoon, Colorado
86. Minnesota Vikings – DT Larry Ogunjobi, Charlotte
87. New York Giants – DT Carlos Watkins, Clemson
88. Oakland Raiders – HB Marlon Mack, South Florida
89. Houston Texans – C Pat Elflein, Ohio State
90. Seattle Seahawks – OLB Duke Riley, LSU
91. Kansas City Chiefs – WR ArDarius Stewart, Alabama
92. Dallas Cowboys – SS Eddie Jackson, Alabama
93. Green Bay Packers – OLB Alex Anzalone, Florida
94. Pittsburgh Steelers – HB D’Onta Foreman, Texas
95. Seattle Seahawks – OT Zach Banner, USC
96. New England Patriots – DE Trey Hendrickson, Florida Atlantic
97. Miami Dolphins – CB Shaquill Griffin, UCF
98. Carolina Panthers – TE Gerald Everett, South Alabama
99. Philadelphia Eagles – CB Cameron Sutton, Tennessee
100. Tennessee Titans – TE Bucky Hodges, Virginia Tech
101. Denver Broncos – OT David Sharpe, Florida
102. Seattle Seahawks – WR Chad Hansen, California
103. New Orleans Saints – QB Nathan Peterman, Pittsburgh
104. Kansas City Chiefs – DT Montravius Adams, Auburn
105. Pittsburgh Steelers – TE Adam Shaheen, Ashland
106. Seattle Seahawks – DT Jaleel Johnson, Iowa
107. New York Jets – OT Will Holden, Vanderbilt