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NFL Mock Draft: Version 2
Round 2
Version 1 - 3/11
Version 3 - 4/23/09
Round 1 | Round 2

Round 2

33. Detroit – OT Eben Britton, Arizona
Britton isn’t as complete a prospect as the Smiths, Monroe or even Oher, but he was technically sound in the spread at Arizona and he has the size to make the transition to a pro offense – although probably not on the left side.

34. New England (from Kansas City) – CB Alphonso Smith, Wake Forest
Smith has shown good footwork and balance – important factors in making plays at the next level. He’s comfortable taking risks and is slightly undersized at 5-foot-9 – probably the only thing keeping him out of the Top 20 and possibly the first round.

35. St. Louis – WR Percy Harvin, Florida
There are speedier, more dynamic receivers, but Harvin’s the best fit in St. Louis.

36. Cleveland – RB Donald Brown, Connecticut
Jamal Lewis is old. I think the Browns could take a shot on the versatile Brown, who with his compact build and elusive speed could change up the offense.

37. Seattle – QB Josh Freeman, Kansas State
Matt Hasselbeck’s best days are behind him, and Freeman is perhaps the most talented QB of the draft. It’s not a stretch to see them taking Stafford at #4 if he falls there, but I can easily see the Seahawks going safe with the first pick and taking a gamble on a possible project here at #37.

38. Cincinnati – OT William Beatty, Connecticut
An athletic, agile tackle with unlimited potential, Beatty just finally seemed to catch his stride with the Huskies in 2008. Beatty is also a solid run-blocker and would fit in well with the “new” Bengals.

39. Jacksonville – CB Darius Butler, Connecticut
Butler might not be a shutdown guy right away, but he’s a confident player with excellent body control who’s effective at zone-coverage and can defend the run.

40. Oakland – OT Jamon Meredith, South Carolina
His height and athletic buildmake him a prototypical left tackle, and the Raiders need one.

41. Green Bay – OG Duke Robinson, Oklahoma
The massive, aggressive Oklahoma guard has accomplished much in his college career, and the Packers would love to bring in a lineman of his caliber.

42. Buffalo – RB Shonn Greene, Iowa
Marshawn Lynch is probably going to jail and Greene could do well in his stead.

43. San Francisco – S Louis Delmas, Western Michigan
A natural playmaker with a good frame, Delmas is what NFL scouts look for in safety prospects.

44. Miami (from Washington) – DE Michael Johnson, Georgia Tech
At 6-7, 266, Johnson is a physical specimen with rare athletic skills. He was a top performer at the combine in nearly all strength and speed categories, but he’s still an unfinished product who needs to develop his technique in order to shine at the next level.

45. New York Giants (from New Orleans) – WR Kenny Britt, Rutgers
Even if they take Nick in the first round, they should formulate a backup plan with this Bayonne, New Jersey-born stud – who will fit in well as a possible fan favorite.

46. Houston – S Patrick Chung, Oregon
The versatile Chung brings a lot to the table after a very big year at Oregon and could be the steal of the second round for both his proficient physical skills and his ability to lead a defense.

47. New England (from San Diego) – LB Clint Sintim, Virginia
I could see the beastly Sintim going as early as the end of round one or even being selected at #33 by the Lions, but it would be a reach to see this “elephant linebacker” getting taken by a defense without a 3-4 – where his upfield burst makes him a solid fit.

48. Denver – QB Pat White, West Virginia
Here’s a guy that could allow McDaniels to mix things up – a few series with Orton, a few with White.

49. Chicago – WR Brian Robiskie, Ohio State
Chicago need a consistent pass-catching target and Robiskie could help them out.

50. Cleveland (from Tampa Bay) – CB Sean Smith, Utah
He has arguably the biggest upside of any defensive back in this year’s draft, largely because he’s got a nice combination of size and speed that could translate into game-breaking safety skills.

51. Dallas – WR Derrick Williams, Penn State
As a Cowboy fan, I’d be happy to see them snag an all-purpose playmaker like Williams with the 51st pick.

52. New York Jets – DE Connor Barwin, Cincinnati
A converted TE, Barwin has been described as “a Mike Vrabel clone,” by NFL scouts and is a bona fide first-day talent.

53. Philadelphia – OT Ciron Black, LSU
The 6’5, 315-pound junior is a bona fide prospect who could go to just about any team needing a tackle after round 1.

54. Minnesota – OT Phil Loadholt, Oklahoma
At 6’8,” 332 pounds, Loadholt will fit in well on the right side of Minnesota’s line.

55. Atlanta – S William Moore, Missouri
Moore is a versatile safety and elite playmaker who can instantly improve the Atlanta secondary and add an edgy factor that could turn the tide of close games.

56. Miami – LB Darry Beckwith, LSU
The Dolphins could very likely go after a guy like Beckwith, who’s a prototypical MLB with the innate ability to stop the runner and rack up tackles – something they’ve missed since the loss of Zack Thomas.

57. Baltimore – CB D.J. Moore, Vanderbilt
The Ravens are always looking for good corners, and while Moore isn’t the biggest, most physical corner available, he’s one of the best, considering his elite speed and excellent instincts.

58. New England – OT/OG Andy Levitre, Oregon State
He’s very quick, he’s got great balance and technique, and he’s a versatile lineman who’ll probably end up at guard.

59. Carolina – OT/OG Gerald Cadogan, Penn State
The 6-5, 309-pound Cadogan is one of top 10 all-around linemen in this year’s class, and the Panthers could use a young body to shore up their line.

60. New York Giants – DT Evander Hood, Missouri
A complete, NFL-ready lineman, Hood can bridge the gap into the next decade for the Giants DL and learn from some solid veterans.

61. Indianapolis – DT Fili Moala, USC
The Colts had major problems at DT in 2008, with 2007 standout Ed Johnson after a marijuana-related arrest and inconsistency among the undrafted player’s replacements.

62. Tennessee – DT Sen’Derrick Marks, Auburn
A good run defender with a good build, Marks could fill the need for the gaping hole left by Haynesworth.

63. Arizona – TE Shawn Nelson, Southern Miss
Nelson could be the most NFL-ready tight end out of a talented group of prospects in this year’s draft, and could go as early as the first round.

64. Pittsburgh – RB Rashad Jennings, Liberty
He’s 6-1, 231 and could be a nice backup plan if Rashard Mendenhall doesn’t come back 100 percent from his injury.