2012 NFL Draft: Round Two Mock Draft

Brian Quick Patriots Draft

Could Brian Quick (WR, Appalachian State) be a target for the Patriots in round two? (Photo: US Presswire)

NEPD  Editor: Mike Loyko

Heading into day two there are some very good players still on the board, including projected first round selections Courtney Upshaw, Cordy Glenn and Stephen Hill. Where will these player land? Take a look at my second round projection and find out.

Round Two Mock

33. St. Louis Rams - Stephen Hill, WR, Georgia Tech (Scouting Report)

34. Indianapolis Colts - Coby Fleener, TE, Stanford (Scouting Report)

35. Baltimore Ravens (via Minn) - Courtney Upshaw, OLB, Alabama (Scouting Report)

36. Denver Broncos (via TB) - Lamar Miller, RB, Miami (FL) (Scouting Report

37. Cleveland Browns - Rueben Randle, WR, LSU (Scouting Report)

38. Jacksonville Jaguars – Cordy Glenn, OT/OG, Georgia (Scouting Report)

39. St. Louis Rams - Lavonte David, OLB, Nebraska (Scouting Report)

40. Carolina Panthers - Devon Still, DT, Penn State (Scouting Report)

41. Buffalo Bills - Jonathan Martin, OT, Stanford (Scouting Report)

42. Miami Dolphins - Bobby Massie, RT, Ole Miss

43. Seattle Seahawks - Vinny Curry, DE, Marshall (Scouting Report)

44. Kansas City Chiefs - Amini Silatolu, OG, Midwestern State (Scouting Report)

45. St. Louis Rams (via Dal) - Casey Hayward, CB, Vanderbilt (Scouting Report)

46. Philadelphia Eagles (via Ari) - Bobby Wagner, LB, Utah State (Scouting Report)

47. New York Jets - Mohamed Sanu, WR, Rutgers (Scouting Report)

48. New England Patriots (via Oak) - Trumaine Johnson, CB/FS, Montana (Scouting Report) – I ultimately think the Patriots trade down more than one to gain some late day two and day three picks, I am not projecting trades so Johnson is the pick. I believe the Patriots will make one selection in the second round, one in the third and pick up a 4th and 6th along the way, or a package of picks that consists of a 3rd and some day three picks.

49. San Diego Chargers - Peter Konz, OG/OC, Wisconsin (Scouting Report

50. Chicago Bears - Kelechi Osemele, OG, Iowa State (Scouting Report)

51. Philadelphia Eagles – Alshon Jeffery, WR, South Carolina (Scouting Report)

52. Tennessee Titans - Andre Branch, DE, Clemson (Scouting Report)

53. Cincinnati Bengals - Zach Brown, OLB, North Carolina (Scouting Report)

54. Detroit Lions –  Janoris Jenkins, CB, North Alabama (Scouting Report) *A team could trade
to the top of round 2 to take him

55. Atlanta Falcons - Mike Adams, OT, Ohio State (Scouting Report)

56. Pittsburgh Steelers - Alameda Ta’amu, DT, Washington (Scouting Report)

57. Denver Broncos - Jerel Worthy, DT, Michigan State (Scouting Report)

58. Houston Texans - Mitchell Schwatz, OT, California (Scouting Report)

59. Green Bay Packers - Brandon Boykin, CB, Georgia (Scouting Report)

60. Baltimore Ravens - Kendall Reyes, DT, UConn (Scouting Report)

61. San Francisco 49ers - Brandon Brooks, OG, Miami (OH)

62. New England Patriots - Brian Quick, WR, Appalachain State (Scouting Report)

63. New York Giants - Mychal Kendricks, ILB, California (Scouting Report)

Tags: 2012 NFL Draft, Coby Fleener, Mock Draft, Stephen Hill

24 Responses to “2012 NFL Draft: Round Two Mock Draft”

  1. Dano S says:

    My final Mock Draft for tonight Pats trade both #2 picks and end up with.Pats end up with Jared Crick DL Nebraska,Brandon Mosley OT
    Auburn,Mohammed Sanu WR and Brandon Taylor S.

  2. Lipper says:

    CB Janoris Jenkins & WR Mohamed Sanu in the 2nd or CB FS Trumaine Johnson & DT Kendall Reyes

  3. Kemicol says:

    Trumaine johnson at 48 trade second pick for 3 and 4 to get o line depth and another safety george iloaka if he’s there of Robinson from msu solid player from same coaching style at saban

  4. tomb says:

    whats the point with moving back in to the 3rd and 4th rd? the talent there will be far less than talent in the 2nd rd makes no sense and most of the time when pats draft late it really doesnt work out for them. i would just get a CB like Jenkins who can also KR / PR and can play the gunner during punts….. who is a top 15 type prospect(with some offfield issues that dropped him all the way down to 2nd rd) with the first 2nd rd pick and then get the best available DT or OL and call it a day.

  5. Ty says:

    Projected trade
    Pats send 2012 pick # 48 + 2013 1st rnd pick to the St Louis Rams for 2012 Pick # 39 + 2012 pick # 45 + 2012 pick #96.
    Pats pick up Jenkins at 39
    Trade #45 back to the mid 50′s for a 2012 3rd round pick
    Pick up either Reyes or Still in the mid 50′s
    Pick up T. Johnson or G Illoka at # 62
    Then you have 2 3rd rnd picks to play with or continue to swap around.
    I like A Dennard, V Burfict, N Potter, A Ta’mau, J Smith, J Chapman, D Moss-Paige and others in the third. This is a pretty deep draft but I think that the Pats need to keep it kinda small because it already looks like the 53 man roster is super crowded.

    • Ty says:

      Also Boykins if he’s there at 62

    • tomb says:

      V Burfict wont be drafted

    • Marcelo says:

      That trade is never happening… rams would got screwed if they did this.

      • Mark says:

        A more realistic option is that pick 48 breaks down point wise to STL first pick in rounds 3,4,5. I don’t think the PATS will be loking for future picks with the two 2nd rounders. They will hope to generate some by trading one of their backup QBs.

        • Mark says:

          Having said that – all they need is a solid WR or CB/S at 48 – Quick or Johnson. Then best value at 63. They can hit free agency for the rest and pick through the dross of team droppings.

  6. Jim R says:

    Josh Robinson and Kendall reyes and call it a wrap

  7. AlexMullen4180 says:

    If the 2nd round goes down like this mock, I would love to see the Pats grab Peter Konz at 48. He is the 2nd best interior O-lineman in the draft IMO and miles ahead of the next best C.

  8. Dan says:

    I’m still thinking that they will take offers on Mallet…Hoyer will only bring a 4th, at best…most likely a 6th or 5th; but, again, I doubt they take 3 QB’s on this final roster this year.
    I would gather Hoyer wants to go, and the team will want to keep Mallet around for the future, but for how long??? Mallet isn’t going to wait for 5-7 years…his agent want allow that to happen. So, do you trade him now and take the return on your investment.

    I can’t believe a team will take a player like Tannehill with the 8th pick, and Weeden in the first at 30 years old by the time he takes a snap, and Mallet is not bringing some very serious offers.

  9. Jim Keddy says:

    The Patriots don’t need late round bodies. Last year they cut a 5th, 6th, and 7th round pick. Draft the best player available at pick #48 and #62 and call it a day. They should get a couple of good players. Offer a little more bonus money this year to UDFAs. They
    might get another good body or two. Of course, they might get an offer for one of their quarterbacks

    • Dan says:

      It will depend who is there, I’m sure they would want picks going forward, but if there’s a player they like they’ll take him. The team needs are few right now.

      They like Deadrick, they really like Love, Pryor can play when healthy, Ras I hopefully will be healthy (big wish there), and safety looks like McCourty, but maybe someone like Taylor in the 2nd to add to depth.

      I think Reyes in the 2nd would be a home run. They have Fanene and the others mentioned with Wilfork. A nice unit…

  10. Dano S says:

    Pats are doing great but should trade down with two second round picks and end up with.Amini Silatolu OL Midwestern State,Chris Givens WR Wake Forest,George Iloka S Boise State and Kheeston Randall DL Texas.

  11. JV says:

    I would like to see the Pats get either a CB or SS/FS with one pick then trade the other for additional pick in the 3rd and 4th rd.

    Anyone one think Mallet or Hoyer gets traded today?

  12. Dave says:

    I would love to see the Patriots trade their two 2nd rd picks for a high 2nd and a 3rd so they can take CB Janoris Jenkins. Then they could trade the 3rd for a 4th and 5th. In the 4th take a WR and in the 5th take a developmental OL.

    • Zander says:

      They don’t have a 3rd. They traded it to move up for Jones. And Jenkins would not be good. I think safety is a more pressing need. We have a decent CB group in Dowling, McCourty, and Arrington. Another one could always be added, but S if much more questionable right now.

      One surprise idea: draft two CBs and then move McCourty to S like we saw towards the end of last year

      • DJ says:

        Take Brandon Boykin CB/KR/PR at # 48 tremendous athlete can do a little bit of everything. Trade # 62 for a 3 round pick and a 2013 2nd.
        Now with the 3 round pick trade down for more picks. Try to draft at least 6 players in this years draft. Take a chance on a few injured players even if you have to put them on I.R. for the year. One guy I like is Andrew Datco OT FSU. The rest of draft BPA.

        • TD says:

          That would be a good pick, get 2 players in one: CB & kick returner. I have been hearing reports that McCourty may be playing Safety more that CB next year.

      • Joe says:

        He was saying trade their two 2nd round picks (48 and 62) for a higher 2nd and a 3rd. Draft Jenkins, then take the 3rd they just acquired and trade down for a 4th and a 5th.

        • ErDreus12 says:

          I would trade for Jenkins and if they happen to pick up a 3rd good use it if a player fall that u like if not trade back



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