It's easy to get caught up in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft, but draft classes are made on the second day of the draft, where teams are really able to add key pieces and draft classes begin to take shape. So here's our preview of the second round, with a full mock draft as there's still tons of talent available.
33. Green Bay Packers (from Browns) - Chidobe Awuzie, DB, Colorado
Awuzie fits perfectly for the Packers who need more help at corner. They're also a team rumored to be interested in Joe Mixon who could be a dark horse pick here.
The Hawks moved down and still have two really nice options available to them on the offensive line in Lamp and Cam Robinson. They could go with either but Lamp’s versatility pushes him over the top here.
35. Jacksonville Jaguars - Budda Baker, FS, Washington
The Jags got their running back last night now they get a playmaking safety to improve their defense.
36. Chicago Bears - Jordan Willis, EDGE, Kansas State
Chicago’s got their quarterback, now they address the defense with Willis who’s a no-nonsense type of player with intriguing athletic upside.
37. Los Angeles Rams - JuJu Smith-Schuster, WR, USC
The Rams finally get to pick and they go with a hometown boy who’s one of the youngest players in the draft with intriguing potential.
38. Los Angeles Chargers - Obi Melifonwu, S, Uconn
After passing on some talented defensive backs last night the Bolts get one here in Melinfonwu who’s a freak athlete with great size.
39. New York Jets - Bucky Hodges, TE, Virginia Tech
The Jets need a quarterback and could be tempted here, instead, they go for a miss match nightmare in Hodges.
40. Carolina Panthers - Malik McDowell, DE, Michigan State
McDowell’s inconsistent but he fits the mold of a Panthers defensive end with great size. If he gets some coaching watch out!
The Cards get their quarterback of the future here in Kizer who could slip if they don’t believe in him as there aren’t many other potential suitors around in round two.
46. Indianapolis Colts - Cam Robinson, OT, Alabama
The Colts need line help and while he’s raw Robinson’s upside shouldn’t make him last for long.
47. Baltimore Ravens - Taylor Moton, RT, Western Michigan
Moton can play right tackle or guard which is exactly what the Ravens need. He’s also been compared to Kelechi Osemele a player the Ravens miss.
48. Minnesota Vikings - Dalvin Cook, RB, Florida State
Cook’s fall ends here as the Vikings need a playmaking back and he fits the bill.
49. Washington Redskins - Alvin Kamara, RB, Tennessee
After addressing the interior of their defense the Redskins add a running back who can help them in a variety of ways.
50. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - D’Onta Foreman, RB, Texas
The Buccaneers improve their ground game with the addition of Foreman who can be a bell cow and take pressure off the rest of the offense.
51. Denver Broncos - Curtis Samuels, WR/RB, Ohio State
A bit of a run on running backs here, the Broncos are lucky to have it end with Samuels who’s the next best thing this side of Christian McCaffrey as far as versatile offensive weapons go. He’s a talented playmaker with great speed and explosiveness in addition to some infringing route running skills. He’d be a great slot receiver and