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My NFL Draft Top 15

2016 NFL Draft Second Round Picks

2.17- Green Bay Packers, OT Jason Spriggs, Indiana

Spriggs is a very athletic tackle who has a future at the NFL level. However his power at the point of attack and his initial pop must improve or the stronger linemen he goes up against at the next level will expose him. The Packers had a lack of young linemen depth on the roster and this will be a solid pick, albeit not flashy for the team. I had him graded as a 3rd round pick so they overreached a little.

2.18 - Seattle Seahawks, DT Jarran Reed, Alabama

The Seahawks just continue to pick up value throughout the NFL Draft year after year. Jarran Reed is a 307-pound beast of a run stopper on the interior of the line. He has good instincts, battles hard and is very tough to keep on a block. While his pass rushing skills have been marginal through college, he is one of the top run stopping players in the entire draft and Seattle got him much later than I thought he would go. He has had some minor off-field issues but he looks like an outstanding pick.

2.19 - Houston Texans, OG Nick Martin, Notre Dame

Much like his brother, Zach Martin plays this game with an intensity and passion that is obvious to spot on the field. He has a real mean streak to his play, loves to hit and has been an excellent leader for Notre Dame in his three seasons as a starter. He is intelligent and that helps him to overcome average athleticism and movement. He will be a starter for the Texans soon.

2.20 - New York Jets, QB Christian Hackenberg, Penn State

There is a lot to like about Christian Hackenberg. In his three years with Penn State, he battled hard, has prototypical NFL quarterback size at 6'4, is surprising agile and he does have a live arm. Encouraging last year was his interception total dropping from 15 to 6. The bad news is he is woefully inaccurate and that interception total may have dropped because his throws are so erratic both his receivers and defenders struggle to catch it. He is a leader and a good guy but if you cannot complete passes at the college level, I believe you rarely have a chance to succeed at the NFL level. Still his size, arm strength and leadership qualities make him worth a look although it would have been a 5th round look for me and not the 51st pick of the draft.

2.21 - Atlanta Falcons, OLB Deion Jones, LSU

The Atlanta Falcons continue to remake the defense into a potential clone of the Seahawks as Deion Jones was picked up from LSU. He is an undersized linebacker at only 6'1 and 222 pounds and has only one year as a starter in LSU but he is explosively fast, physical and moves sideline to sideline as well as anyone in the league. He can be swallowed up by effective blocking but he has the look of an everydown-linebacker at the next level.

2.22 - Washington Redskins, OLB Su'a Cravens, USC

Like the Deion Jones writeup one pick above, Cravens is a smaller linebacker who was a former safety. He has an excellent mix of instincts for the game, football IQ and toughness. He is a tackling machine and moves well. He is going to be a starter at the next level and can help out on special teams as well. Great pick for the Redskins.

2.23 - Minnesota Vikings, CB Mackensie Alexander, Clemson

Alexander only had ten pass defenses and no interceptions while in college but the reason for that very well be that he was so effective at pass coverage that the quarterbacks did not throw his way often. He is only 5'10 but he has a real knack for sticking on his man and giving him no room to work. In fact, he may be the most effective cover guy in the entire draft in regards to not giving his opponent space. Only 29.6% of passes thrown his way were complete and no touchdowns. Not sure how he fell this far in the draft but excellent pick for the Vikings.

2.24 - Cincinnati Bengals, WR Tyler Boyd, Pittsburgh

The Bengals needed a receiver to replace two departed veterans in Marvin Jones and Mohamed Sanu and did they ever find a gem in the second round. Tyler Boyd can flat out play football. He is not that fast with only 4.5 forty speed but he is a gamer, battles hard every play, has tremendous hands and set Pittsburgh receiving records despite average quarterbacking play. This guys is better than most fans realize right now and he is going to have a very productive career. Another great pick.

2.25 - Chicago Bears - OG Cody Whitehair, Kansas State

Whitehair played guard in college but he will almost certainly line up at guard at the next level. He has adequate size and great power despite mediocre bench press numbers. His core strength is amazing and that is more important at the next level. He is confident and moves quite well. He should pay immediate dividends at guard for the Bears.

2.26 - Indianapolis Colts - FS T.J. Green, Clemson

I am not in love with T.J. Green although I recognize his potential. The former receiver can flat out fly as his 4.34 forty indicates but his instincts on defense are below average and his tackling has been abysmal. He will need work to be a dependable player at the next level but his size and speed give him a chance if he works hard to improve his obvious shortcomings.

2.27 Pittsburgh Steelers - CB/S Sean Davis, Maryland

Davis played at cornerback the past couple of seasons in Maryland but his one on one coverage abilities are terrible and he has no real feel for the position. He is powerful and chiseled in granite however and a move to safety may unlock the potential in this fast rising player. He loves to hit and flies into contact with no fear. At 6'1 and 201 pounds, he has the size to move to safety and I believe that is where he will end up. The lack of coverage ability is scary but his tenacity and intensity are exciting. There is potential here. 2.28 Tampa Bay Buccaneers - K Roberto Aguayo, Florida State

This is a terrible pick by the Buccaneers. Yes, Aguayo can kick the football. However his power is only average and let's be honest here. Look around the NFL. One kicker goes down to injury and another steps in and hits 25 of 29 field goals. The Buccaneers have too many other areas to work on and a free agent kicker doesn't trail far behind this second round pick. It's a kicker! Yuck!

2.29 New Englnd Patriots - CB Cyrus Jones, Alabama

Jones does not fit the mold when it comes to both speed and height that teams are coveting in regards to their cornerbacks today but he has a swagger about his game and battles hard. He will likely emerge as a dependable 3rd/4th option in the secondary and will contribute.

2.30 New Orleans Saints - FS Vonn Bell, Ohio State

Bell is an enigma to me at safety. He does not have the size, strength and aggressiveness I like to see out of safeties but he is a good cover player who can line up in press coverage and do a good job covering one on one. He has only average speed but he will help out a defense thanks to his vision and football instincts.

2.31 Carolina Panthers - CB James Bradberry, Samford

Bradberry passes the eye test when you look at him. Big and athletic at 6'1 and 211 pounds, he has the size to press receivers and get off of blocks. However his techniques and instincts I find lacking and moving up in competition at the next level will likely prove difficult for him. I saw him as a 4th/5th round pick so this is too high for him. He may find a role but he needs lots of improvement to become a starter.

2.32 Denver Broncos - DT Adam Gotsis, Georgia Tech

Former Aussie-rule footballer who battles hard but has limited athleticism and fluidity in his game. He is a tough, hard nose throwback kind of player who was the leader of the Georgia Tech defense. His attitude and work ethic should help him to overcome a limited tool kit.