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SNS 2024 Final Mock Draft - Seven Round Mock (2nd Round)

33. Carolina

Jordan Morgan / OT / Arizona

Carolina was a train wreck last season. The two main reasons why are the WRs inability to get open, and the offensive line's inability to protect Bryce Young. OLT Ikem Ekwonu has difficulty handling speed off the edge. By drafting Morgan, the Panthers get a first round talent at #33 and effectively fill two holes. Morgan secures Young's blindside and Ekwonu slides inside where his power and nastiness can flourish.

34. New England

Jackson Powers-Johnson / IOL / Oregon

The Patriots have many needs but after drafting Maye at #3, they figure they better protect him. JPJ, the Rimington Award winner as the nation's best center, is a road grader in the run game who handles blitzes and stunts well.

35. Arizona

Cooper Beebe / IOL / Kansas State

The Cardinals need to improve their offensive play but that needs to start on the line. Beebe, SNS' #1 ranked IOL prospect, is physical, tough, and nasty and gives Arizona an edge they've been lacking the past few seasons.

36. Washington

Chris Braswell / EDGE / Alabama

After trading away Montez Sweat and Chase Young last season Washington needs some Edge Rushers. Braswell has multiple years of production in the SEC lining up opposite Will Anderson and then Dallas Turner. Braswell offers great value at pick #36.

37. New Orleans (PROPOSED TRADE w/ LA Chargers)

Adonai Mitchell / WR / Texas

The Saints trade in front of division rival Carolina and draft the fast and long Longhorn wideout. New Orleans trades pick #45, pick #150, and a fourth round pick in 2025 to the Chargers for the rights to draft Mitchell.

38. Tennessee

Tyler Nubin / S / Minnesota

Tennessee continues to revamp their secondary with the addition of the Golden Gopher. Nubin, SNS' #1 Safety prospect, fills a void since Kevin Byard was traded last year.

39. Carolina (from NY Giants)

Xavier Worthy / WR / Texas

Worthy is the fastest player to ever run at the 20+ year history of the NFL Scouting Combine (4.21 40) and is incredibly explosive with the ball in the open field. His hands are spotty and he is prone to concentration drops. But damn, he can fly.

40. Washington (from Chicago)

Keon Coleman / WR / Florida State

Coleman is a first round WR in virtually any NFL Draft (SNS #17 ranked prospect) due to his size, hands, body control, and leaping ability. Washington figures they can not afford to pass on such a talented play maker at #40.

41. Green Bay (from NY Jets)

Ennis Rakestraw / CB / Missouri

Opinions are mixed on the Missouri CB. He has the build, length, and speed that NFL teams look for in an outside CB. But he overly physical on his routes and will likely be prone to penalties. He is also slightly tighter in the hips than what is desired. Rakestraw could go in round one or he could fall into the third round. Definitely an interesting player to keep an eye on this weekend in Detroit.

42. Houston (from Minnesota)

Braden Fiske / IDL / Florida State

Houston finally gets to make a pick and decide to take the ultra-quick and physical Seminole lineman. Fiske lacks length, with short arms for the position, but he is a great hands fighter and he makes a long day for the opposing offensive lineman.

43. Atlanta

Edgerrin Cooper / LB / Texas A&M

Atlanta continues to improve the quality of their defense with the selection of the Aggies LB. Cooper may have the best range and foot speed of any LB in this draft. Unfortunately, his instincts have never developed and he is too easily fooled by traps and draws.

44. Las Vegas

Bo Nix / QB / Oregon

After passing on two previous opportunities, the Raiders finally select the Oregon signal caller. Nix has plenty of arm strength, is a good athlete, and he reads coverages well. Great value at pick #44.

45. LA Chargers (from Denver; PROPOSED TRADE w / New Orleans)

Roman Wilson / WR / Michigan

The Chargers trade back and are still able to draft Wilson, the first slot WR drafted. Wilson was Harbaugh's best receiving option in Ann Arbor the last two seasons and Wilson gives Justin Herbert a reliable option over the middle of the field.

46. Indianapolis

Payton Wilson / LB / North Carolina State

The Colts add the fast and rangy Wolfpack LB. Wilson stacks and sheds effectively and has the athletic profile to match up well with TEs, RBs, and some WRs in space. He has a significant injury history and his long term availability is his biggest question mark.

47. NY Giants (from Seattle)

Jonathon Brooks / RB / Texas

The first RB off the board is Brooks, who looked like a revelation last year rushing for over 1,000 yards before tearing his ACL in November. The Giants have faith that he will be able to contribute early this next fall and fill the void when Saquon Barkley left for Philadelphia.

48. Denver (PROPOSED TRADE w/ Jacksonville)

Brenden Rice / WR / USC

Although Denver needs a QB, they do not believe there are any QBs worth the 48th pick of the draft. Instead, they address a gaping hole at WR by drafting the USC WR who is the son of all-time great Jerry Rice.

49. Minnesota (PROPOSED TRADE w/ Cincinnati)

Adisa Isaac / EDGE / Penn State

After addressing needs at QB and CB, the Vikings get a young Edge Rusher with plenty of upside. Isaac has very good length and displays the ability to flatten, bend, and close on the QB.

50. Philadelphia (from New Orleans)

Cedric Gray / LB / North Carolina

Gray, SNS' #1 LB, is a complete LB with speed, agility, range, instincts, and tackling ability. Gray is a quality blitzer with the skill set to cover TEs and RBs in man coverage.

51. Pittsburgh

Christian Haynes / IOL / UCONN

The Steelers, when they are competing for Super Bowl titles, feature a run-based attack. Over the last few years, Pittsburgh's offensive line quality has declined and the whole offense has suffered as a result. Haynes is a two-time All-American guard who is a well-rounded and complete IOL who should start early on in his rookie season.

52. LA Rams

Darius Robinson / DL / Missouri

With the retirement of Aaron Donald, the Rams need to replenish their defensive line. Robinson could line up at Edge or 3T and gives the Rams flexibility across their D-Line.

53. Philadelphia

Kingsley Suamataia / OL / BYU

The Eagles draft Suamataia because of his versatility - he played OLT at BYU and looks like a natural guard at the NFL level.

54. Cleveland

Troy Franklin / WR / Oregon

Franklin is thin but quick, long, and with a second gear to pull away from the pack after the catch. He addresses a need and gives the Browns an impressive receiving corps.

55. Miami

Zak Zinter / IOL / Michigan

Miami needs to address holes in the offensive line after free agency and they decide to select the experienced and productive Michigan guard. Zinter suffered a season-ending injury in November and may not be fully ready at the beginning of the season. But Zinter was moving up draft prior to his injury and looks like a potential Pro Bowler.

56. Dallas

Jaylen Wright / RB / Tennessee

Dallas lost Tony Pollard in free agency and decide that drafting the talented Tennessee RB as the next in line of productive Dallas RBs.

57. Tampa Bay

Kris Abams-Draine / CB / Missouri

The second of two Missouri CBs drafted in the second round, KAD has a huge wingspan and is a smooth and fluid mover. He tends to get too handsy down field and will be prone to pass interference penalties but he has the ability to line up out wide or in the slot.

58. Green Bay

Kamari Lassiter / CB / Georgia

Lassiter is getting a lot of attention as the draft nears because of his experience being on an island at Georgia, taking on and neutralizing opponents best WR. He is slightly tight in the hips and has only average length. But he has been tested like few CBs have been in this draft. That's good enough for the Packers.

59. Houston

Mike Sainristil / CB / Michigan

Sainristil may be the best slot CB available in this draft. Houston gets a former WR to line up in the slot and neutralize the opponent's third receiver or TE.

60. Buffalo

Ruke Orhorhoro / IDL / Clemson

Buffalo has an equal need for both a CB and a DT but decide that they cannot pass on the untapped talent of the Clemson Tiger. Orhorhoro is a natural athlete with length, quickness, and burst.

61. Detroit

Max Melton / CB / Rutgers

The Lions addressed CB in the offseason when they acquired Carlton Davis from Tampa Bay. But you can never have too many CBs in the NFL and Melton offers the versatility to line up outside or in the slot.

62. Baltimore

Devontez Walker / WR / North Carolina

The Ravens have been a model franchise in terms of the NFL Draft for well over a decade because they don't pass on talent when it falls to them. Walker has a great combination of size and speed and can be a true difference maker as a deep threat. Walker is a first round talent in virtually any draft and is a steal at #62.

63. San Francisco

Kamren Kinchens / S / Miami, Fl

The Niners select only the second safety in this draft. Kinchens has great instincts and ball skills and makes plays consistently. His playing style may not be conducive to a long career but he makes an impact when he is on the field.

64. Kansas City

Patrick Paul / OT / Houston

KC is looking to improve depth and challenge current starters with quality competition in training camp. Paul has grapevines for arms and his length is impressive. He is a college OLT with the size and natural strength to man ORT in the NFL.


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