2012 NFL Draft: Round 2 and 3 Re-Mock Draft

The special thing about the draft now being in prime time is all of us draft nerds can do even more mocks! So here is a quickly put together round 2 and 3 mock for tonight's draft. I doubt anyone will come across it but here it is, it adds to my post count! Didn't have time to spell check, so whatever!

Round 2
33. St. Louis Rams - OG/OT Cordy Glenn, Georgia. This pick looks to be between Rueben Randle and Cordy Glenn. They could get Randle with their next pick, so they go with the versatile first round talent in Glenn.
34. Indianapolis Colts - TE Coby Fleener, Stanford. Pairing Andrew Luck with his college tight end makes too much sense.

35. Baltimore Ravens - DE/OLB Courtney Upshaw, Alabama. Upshaw is a logical choice to fill the run stuffing linebacker role that Jarrett Johnson had.
36. Denver Broncos - DT Jerel Worthy, Michigan St. The Broncos were able to trade down and still have their choice of several defensive tackles.

37. Cleveland Browns - WR Stephen Hill, Georgia Tech. The Browns took their quarterback and running back of the future, why not go with the receiver too?
38. Jacksonville Jaguars - DE Vinny Curry, Marshall. The Jaguars need to upgrade their pass rush. Curry looks like the best available pass rusher.
39. St. Louis Rams - WR Rueben Randle, LSU. The Rams like Randle and land him here. They could concievably draft another wideout with their next pick.
40. Carolina Panthers - DT Kendall Reyes, Connecticut. The Panthers do not have a whole lot at defensive tackle.

41. Buffalo Bills - OT Jonathan Martin, Stanford. Martin once carried a mid first round grade, so he could be a steal here. Buffalo lands a guy who can potentially play left tackle, which is a monster need.

42. Miami Dolphins - OT Bobbie Massie, Mississippi. This pick could come down to Massie and Alshon Jeffery, both guys who could help out new quarterback Tannehill. They have absolutely nothing on the right side of the line, so I go with the right tackle.
43. Seattle Seahawks - OLB Lavonte David, Nebraska. Irvin will be a hybrid end/linebacker, but the Seahawks have two openings at linebacker.
44. Kansas City Chiefs - QB Brock Osweiler, Arizona St. Someone will take the monstrous Osweiler in round two. I will go with the Chiefs. At the very least, this will light a fire under Cassell and cause him to not suck as much.

45. St. Louis Rams - CB Janoris Jenkins, North Alabama. The Rams get one of the 10 most talented players in this draft at #45. Jeff Fisher once took Pacman Jones, and that didn't work out, but the potential here is just too good to pass up, especially with three second round picks.

46. Philadelphia Eagles - OLB Zach Brown, North Carolina. The Eagles continue to rework their linebacking group.

47. New York Jets - WR Alshon Jeffery, South Carolina. The talent here is just too good to pass up, especially with a big time need at wideout. If Jeffery can keep his weight down and his head on straight, the Jets have a steal here. Their first two picks are really boom or bust guys.

48. New England Patriots - CB Josh Robinson, Central Florida. The Patriots continue to add youth to their defense.

49. San Diego Chargers - OG/C Peter Konz, Wisconsin. The Chargers have mediocre options at guard. Konz is listed as a center but can play any inside position.

50. Chicago Bears - CB/S Trumaine Johnson, Montana. The Bears have needs in the secondary and they draft a swing guy who can play all spots.

51. Philadelphia Eagles - DE Andre Branch, Clemson. Second round remocks have the Eagles going with Kirk Cousins, but I don't see how he is much of an upgrade over Mike Kafka. The Eagles continue to stockpile assets on the defensive line.

52. Tennessee Titans - OG Amini Silatou, Midwestern St. The Titans passed on David DeCastro in the first round, but they still manage to land a potential starter at guard.

53. Cincinnati Bengals - WR Mohamed Sanu, Rutgers. I think the Bengals would have liked to land Kendall Wright with their second first round pick. He was gone so they traded down. Sanu is more of a possession guy but could start next to AJ Green.

54. Detroit Lions - OT Mike Adams, Ohio St. Two offensive tackles with their first two picks? If they stay true to their draft board Adams could be the top player available. The Lions hope they have their future bookends on the offensive line.

55. Atlanta Falcons - TE Dwayne Allen, Clemson. The Falcons first pick is used on the successor for Tony Gonzalez. Allen could be a difference maker so they go with him and try to shore up their defense later.

56. Pittsburgh Steelers - MLB Mychal Kendricks, California. The Steelers passed on Dont'a Hightower in the first round, so they go with a middle linebacker here. Kendricks doesn't have the size they might like at middle linebacker but he has an amazing motor.

57. Denver Broncos - DT Devon Still, Penn St. Who do the Broncos have at defensive tackle again? They hope they just drafted their two long term starters at the position.

58. Houston Texans - NT Alameda Ta'amu, Washington. Houston continues to stockpile talent that fits the 3-4. Ta'amu is one of the best pure nose tackles available.

59. Green Bay Packers - DT/DE Derek Wolfe, Cincinnati. Wolfe is a good athlete who has come on as a strong second round pick. He offers versitality and can play all along the line.

60. Baltimore Ravens - OG/OT Keleche Osemele, Iowa St. The Ravens fill the hole left by Ben Grubbs here. Osemele has the size to play guard or tackle, but he stays inside for Baltimore.

61. San Francisco 49ers - OLB Ronnell Lewis, Oklahoma. 3-4 teams can never have enough pass rushers.

62. New England Patriots - DT Brandon Thompson, Clemson. The Patriots continue to go defense. Thompson is a run stuffer who would be a good fit next to Vince Wilfork.

63. New York Giants - OG/OT Jeff Allen, Illinois. The Giants reached for David Wilson in round one and could have had Lamar Miller a round later. They go with Allen, who can play both spots on the right side of the line.

Round 3

64. Indianapolis Colts - DE/DT Jared Crick, Nebraska
65. St. Louis Rams - RB Lamar Miller, Miami
66. Minnesota Vikings - WR Brian Quick, Appalachian St.
67. Cleveland Browns - OT Zebrie Sanders, Florida St.
68. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - LB Bobbie Wagner, Utah St.
69. Washington Redskins - CB Brandon Boykin, Georgia
70. Jacksonville Jaguars - RB Chris Polk, Washington
71. Buffalo Bills - DE/DT Billy Wynn, Boise St.
72. Miami Dolphins - DE/OLB Jonathan Massaquoi, Troy
73. Miami Dolphins - WR Nick Toon, Wisconsin
74. Kansas City Chiefs - CB Jayron Hosley, Virginia Tech
75. Seattle Seahawks - QB Kirk Cousins, Michigan St.
76. Houston Texans - TE Orson Charles, Georgia
77. New York Jets - DE/OLB Cam Johnson, Virginia
78. San Diego Chargers - S Brandon Taylor, LSU
79. Chicago Bears - DT Mike Martin, Michigan
80. Arizona Cardinals - OT Mitchell Schwartz, California
81. Dallas Cowboys - MLB Tank Carder, TCU
82. Tennessee Titans - CB Alfonzo Dennard, Nebraska
83. Cincinnati Bengals - WR Ryan Broyles, Oklahoma
84. Atlanta Falcons - DE Jake Bequette, Arkansas
85. Detroit Lions - S George Iloka, Boise St.
86. Pittsburgh Steelers - NT Josh Chapman, Alabama
87. Denver Broncos - OG Brandon Brooks, Miami of Ohio
88. Philadelphia Eagles - WR Chris Givens, Wake Forest
89. New Orleans Saints - DE Tyrone Crawford, Boise St.
90. Green Bay Packers - S Antonio Allen, South Carolina
91. Baltimore Ravens - WR Marvin Jones, California
92. San Francisco 49ers - CB Casey Hayward, Vanderbilt
93. Cincinnati Bengals - RB LaMichael James, Oregon
94. New York Giants - LB Sean Spence, Miami
95. Oakland Raiders - DT Marcus Forston, Miami

Jonathan Carrano

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