2012 NFL Mock Draft – Round 2
33. St. Louis Rams
Mike Adams, OT, Ohio State (Scouting Report)
High upside for Adams – could be a steal outside of the top twenty. Adams has some issues with his strength and footwork, but he has a lot of talent.
34. Indianapolis Colts
Coby Fleener, TE, Stanford (Scouting Report)
Give Andrew Luck one of his favorite targets and replace Dallas Clark. This is a no-brainer.
35. Minnesota Vikings
Jayron Hosley, CB, Virginia Tech (Scouting Report)
Adding the under-rated Hosley would be a great start to upgrading the Vikings secondary. If his slight build holds up, he is going to lead the league in interceptions before you know it.
36. Tampa Bay Bucs
Peter Konz, C, Wisconsin (Scouting Report)
Konz has some serious injury red flags (ankle, blood clots), but if checked out physically at the combine, he is our top-ranked center.
37. Cleveland Browns
Brandon Weeden, QB, Oklahoma State (Scouting Report)
Brandon Weeden will beat out Colt McCoy for the starting job – and will probably hold it for the next five to eight years.
38. Jacksonville Jaguars
Alshon Jeffery, WR, South Carolina (Scouting Report)
If the Jaguars get the Alshon Jeffery that tore up the SEC at times in 2010 and 2011, their offense is going to finally be good. If they get the sluggish Jeffery that appeared at times, this will be a bust.
39. St. Louis Rams (Via Washington)
Lamar Miller, RB, Miami (Scouting Report)
Miller is a dynamic back with an incredible burst with the ball. He would make a great addition to the backfield in St. Louis.
40. Carolina Panthers
Janoris Jenkins, CB, North Alabama (Scouting Report)
Jenkins is a first-round talent that made some fourth-round decisions while playing in Florida. If the off-field issues are done, this will be an absolute steal.
41. Buffalo Bills
Stephen Hill, WR, Georgia Tech (Scouting Report)
The fastest WR at the Combine, Hill has the potential to be an amazing target in the NFL. That said, he is an incredibly raw prospect that needs to refine his route-running and improve his inconsistent hands.
42. Miami Dolphins
Brian Quick, WR, Appalachian State (Scouting Report)
Tall, long, fast and strong, if Quick had played at a D1 college he might be in the discussion for a Top 20 pick alongside Blackmon, Floyd, Wright and Jeffery. Joe Philbin will love his new toy.
43. Seattle Seahawks
Bobby Wagner, LB, Utah State (Scouting Notes)
Wagner didn’t get a chance to prove himself to the nation at the NFL combine, but he is a fantastic athlete at linebacker. His coverage abilities and speed would help the Seahawks immediately, despite his small stature.
44. Kansas City Chiefs
Josh Robinson, CB, UCF (Scouting Report)
Robinson is the fastest cornerback in the draft and can also help out in the return game. He will certainly help ease the pain of losing Brandon Carr.
45. Dallas Cowboys
Kelechi Osemele, OL, Iowa State (Scouting Report)
Protect your quarterback. Osemele has first-round ability but has battled some injury concerns this past year. If he is fully healthy, he could sneak into the latter part of the first round.
46. Philadelphia Eagles
Casey Hayward, CB, Vanderbilt (Scouting Report)
Hayward is a ball-hawk that always tends to be around the ball. He should help the disappointing Eagles secondary return to form.
47. New York Jets
Harrison Smith, S, Notre Dame (Scouting Report)
Smith is a nice consolation prize for not picking Barron in the first round. He will be a special teams star as well as being a solid backstop on defense.
48. New England Patriots (via Oakland)
Trumaine Johnson, CB/S, Montana (Scouting Report)
A cornerback with the ability to hit and play centerfield would be a welcome addition to the Patriots. Johnson has a chance to be special. Harrison Smith is also an option, but the Patriots might have to move up to get him.
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