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2016 NFL Draft Second Round Picks

2.01 - Cleveland Browns: DE Emmanuel Ogbah, Oklahoma State

There is a lot to like about defensive end Emmanuel Ogbah of Oklahoma State. He has good length and he is very strong with his hands and keeping blockers from getting inside on him. He can be a tenacious pass rusher when he is on his game. However his effort has been inconsistent and he has disappeared to often in games. He is a need pick for the Browns and will get playing time but he needs to improve his effort and his motor to become a strong starter at the next level. A good pick with strong potential but also some bust concerns as well.

2.02 - Tennessee Titans: DE Kevin Dodd, Clemson

I am surprised that Kevin Dodd lasted until the second round after the huge season he had with Clemson last year. He recorded 12 sacks and 24 tackles for loss and has some dynamic ability to get into the backfield and after the quarterback. He likely dropped this far due to a disappointing combine and he has had some problems staying healthy but he will be able to step in as a pass rushing specialist for the Titans right away and get after opposing quarterbacks. I don't see an elite talent here but he will be an effective pro.

2.03 - Dallas Cowboys: OLB Jaylon Smith, Notre Dame

Smith could have been one of the top few players off the board in the draft this season if he had not blown his knee out in his final collegiate game, casting some serious doubts in regards to his future.He has terrific instincts for the game to go along with excellent reaction time and hits with real attitude. He is a good cover linebacker as well as he had good mobility and could also come off the edge as an edge rusher. He did everything well but now it all comes down to how well his knee rehabilitates going forward. If he gets back to full health, the Cowboys have the steal of the draft and a future All-Pro. If not, Smith was still worth the risk here. Great pick and now with Smith and Elliot on the roster, the Cowboys are trending upwards.

2.04 - San Diego Chargers: TE Hunter Henry, Arkansas

This is a pick for the future as incumbent tight end Antonio Gates is still getting the job done at 36-years of age. However Henry catches the ball well, is a great route runner and can get behind defenders with better than average speed. He is only a serviceable blocker but he has time to improve on that area as well. The Chargers had no real receiving threat at tight end in behind Gates so very good pickup here to improve both the depth and future of the position.

2.05 - Jacksonville Jaguars: OLB Myles Jack, UCLA

We are seeing the rise of the Jaguars flash before our eyes here as they add yet another, young explosive playmaker on defense. Myles Jack is a top-five talent in my opinion who has all the tools to thrive at the NFL level. He is quick, powerful and has incredible range on the field. He has the explosiveness at the linebacker position that all teams desire at the next level and can be a 3-down player. He fell this far due to a torn meniscus that could still cause him some issues down the road. Last year's top pick Dante Fowler is back healthy, Jalen Ramsey, dynamic defensive back added in round one with Myles Jack added in round two is the making of a future top-five defense. Here comes the Jaguars!

2.06 - Kansas City Chiefs: DT/DE Chris Jones, Mississippi State

The Chiefs have a hole on their defensive line at defensive end and Chris Jones projects as a strong possibility to jump in and fill that void. I love his effort and his ability to stop the run. He is not easy to block thanks to long arms and good hand placement and he tackles with conviction. I like this pick a lot and I foresee him stepping in as a starter right away.

2.07 - Miami Dolphins: CB Xavien Howard, Baylor

The Dolphins were in need of a cornerback upgrade and hope they found their man in Howard. He is a big, physical coverage cornerback that can be effective in press coverage. He had 32 passes defensed and 9 interceptions in the past two years and has a swagger about his play. He is not as noticeable against the run and often struggles to get off of blocks but he will immediately help the Dolphins pass defense as either a CB2 or CB3. He will have to learn to not grab or he will earn a lot of flags at the next level.

2.08 Tampa Bay Buccaneers: OLB Noah Spence, Eastern Kentucky There is a lot to like here about the former Ohio State player who had to transfer to Eastern Kentucky after getting caught using Ecstasy. He has been extremely productive with both schools and has terrific explosion off the ball. He is better as a pass rusher than a run stopper but he has the tools to be very goood at both. The off field concerns are legitimate but if he can stay clean and just focus on football he certainly will have an impact for the Buccaneers. High Risk, high reward draft pick.

2.09 New York Giants: WR Sterling Shepard, Oklahoma

There have been alot of comparisons of Sterling Shepard and last year's dynamic Seahawks rookie Tyler Lockett. While he is not the threat Lockett is as a returner, Shepard is more polished as a receiver and will be really hard to cover out of the slot position. He has no fear and makes tough catches in traffic. He needs to do a better job of getting off of press coverage which he will see a lot of at the NFL level. He will team up with Odell Beckham to cause havoc on the field. Excellent pick here for the Giants.

2.10 Buffalo Bills: ILB Reggie Ragland, Alabama

I am not really sure why Ragland is on the board so late as I see him as an immediate difference maker at the next level. He is a true run-stopping inside linebacker who can shut down tackle to tackle runs. He has excellent understanding of the game with good range and is a tenacious tackler. He is the perfect mix of talents for an inside linebacker and the Bills stole a top-fifteen talent in Ragland. Excellent pick.

2.11 Baltimore Ravens: OLB Kamalei Correa, Boise State

Correa has all the tools to be a very good NFL linebacker but there are times watching him on the field, that I feel his instincts for the game are not at the level needed to thrive. He has nice quickness and explosiveness and fires off the ball with a real purpose. He is better at getting after the quarterback than stopping the run but needs to do a better job using his hands to keep blockers away from him. He will have an impact with the Ravens but how much will depend on his work ethic and willingness to learn. Solid pick with upside potential.

2.12 Tennessee Titans: DT Austin Johnson, Penn State

Here is a player I like a lot. Johnson isn't flashy but has the size and power to be a terrific interior linemen. He explodes off the ball and gets into the gap as well as anyone and loves to make plays in the backfield. He is also surprisingly talented at getting to the quarterback and had six sacks a year ago. I was impressed with his hustle and effort levels and he will be a fan favorite in Tennessee before too long. Some were surprised he went off the board before the Alabama tackles but I really like this kid a lot and think Tennessee made the right choice.

2.13 Oakland Raiders: DE Jihad Ward, Illinois

Ward has athleticism and plenty of it as he was a receiver in junior college. At 6'5 and 290+ pounds, he is a natural freak who has the tools to be a dominating defensive end but he is very much still a work in progress and only time will tell if he can learn how to play and dominate in this role. Just his athleticism alone makes him an interesting pick although there is certainly boom or bust potential here. If he booms, God help the NFL as he , Bruce Irvin and Khalil Mack would be a scary trio in Oakland.

2.14 Tennessee Titans: RB Derrick Henry, Alabama

Henry is almost as big as Christian Okoye once was in Kansas City but that is not the advantage it once was with defenders being so big and athletic themselves. At 6'3 and 247 pounds, Henry is a banger but because of that he is going to take punishment at the next level and I would be surprised if he is still revelent in six seasons. I don't like how long it takes him to get going but once he does click into gear, he is fun to watch. With good blocking he can be a beast. With medicore blocking, I think he would struggle to get going. He will team with new Titan DeMarco Murray to give them a legitimate rushing attack to go along with 2nd year quarterback Marcus Mariota. Things are looking up in Tennessee.

2.15 - Detroit Lions: DT A'Shawn Robinson, Alabama

I believe A'Shawn Robinson to be a better talent at defensive tackle than Austin Johnson picks a few spots before him. While he has that athleticism though, he doesn't always appear to put the effort up every play that you need to see at the next level with Johnson does. He is definitely better against the run than going after the quarterback.

2.16 - New Orleans Saints: WR Michael Thomas, Ohio State

Thomas is the nephew of former NFL WR Keyshawn Johnson, and at 6'3 and 212 pounds, he resembles the former first overall pick of the Jets. He runs with explosion and has deceptive speed but his route running needs a lot of work to get open at the next level. He battles hard and loves to compete. There will be a spot for him at the next level for a long time but whether he is a star or a spare part depends on his commitment to improving his route running and football IQ. Good pick with upside though.

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