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2013 NFL Mock Draft

Round 2 (part 1) of 2

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49. (2.17) NYJ: Gabe Jackson , OG, Mississippi State*
RT Austin Howard and RG Willie Colon are free agents and rookie LG Brian Winters struggled. The 6'3, 340 pound senior's run blocking is ahead of his pass protection, but he has good upside to develop into starter.
50. (2.18) MIA: Xavier Su'a-Filo, OG, UCLA
The Incognito-Martin debacle left this offensive line decimated. Miami allowed a league-high 58 sacks and protecting Ryan Tannehill must take priority this offseason. The Dolphins must overhaul their tackles and guards as LG Richie Incognito, RG John Jerry, LT Bryant McKinnie, and RT Tyson Clabo are all free agents.
51. (2.19) CHI: Marcus Martin, OC, USC
The Bears resigned 35 year-old Roberto Garza but landing his replacement will be needed in the near term. Mike Mayock has Martin as his #1 rated Center prospect.
52. (2.20) ARI: Austin Seferian-Jenkins, TE ,Washington*
Rob Housler enters the final year of his rookie contract in 2014 and has one career touchdown over his first three NFL seasons. Seferian-Jenkins had 36 receptions for 450 yards and eight scores in 2013. In 2012, the sophomore caught 69 passes for 852 yards and seven touchdowns.
53. (2.21) GB: Troy Niklas, TE, Notre Dame
Brandon Bostick currently sits atop the depth chart with Jermichael Finley and Andrew Quarless due to hit free agency. Niklas replaced Tyler Eifert (Bengals) as the starting TE in 2013 and caught 32 receptions for 498 yards with five touchdowns. He had just five receptions for 75 yards in 2012. Niklas is viewed as a solid blocker with decent athleticism.
54. (2.22) PHI: Carl Bradford ,OLB, Arizona State
The 6-foot-1, 241-pounder is labeled as an athletic and versatile attacking outside LB. Some fear he could be a tweener (30 1/4 in arms and 9 1/2 in hands) but he has shown a solid motor with an ability to pressure the pocket from the edge.
55. (2.23) CIN: Deone Bucannon, S, Washington State
Bucannon is a solid tackler and was a turnover machine, with 15 interceptions and six forced fumbles in his college career. He could use some work in pass coverage but a solid combine has his stock on the rise. He posted the second fastest forty time amongst safeties (4.49) and his 19 bench reps finished third at the position. He was also second in the broad jump (125 inches), and third in the vertical leap (36.5 inches) and 3-cone (6.96 seconds).
56. (2.24) SF: Allen Robinson, WR, Penn State
In 2013, the Penn State junior finished with 97 catches for 1,432 receiving yards . Robinson is labeled as a solid route runner but is not a speedster. He was a semifinalist for the 2013 Biletnikoff Award and was named first-team All-Big Ten the past two seasons. In Penn State's eight Big Ten games in 2013, Robinson made 71 catches for 984 yards (123 ypg).
57. (2.25) SD: Daquan Jones, DT, Penn State
San Diego's defense coughed up 4.59 yards per carry in 2013 (6th most in the NFL). NT Cam Thomas struggled and is a free agent. The senior totaled 53 tackles with 11.5 tackles for a loss and three sacks in 2013. He's shown a solid ability to pressure the quarterback (better than his low sack total would indicate).
58. (2.26) NO: Morgan Moses, OT, Virginia*
Rookie Terron Armstead flashed enough athleticism to be the favorite to protect Drew Brees' blind side in 2014. RT Zach Strief is a free agent and upgrading 35 year old Brees protection should take priority.
59. (2.27) IND: Loucheiz Purifoy, CB, Florida*
Vontae Davis is Indianapolis' top free agent and even if they resign him, adding a player on the opposite sign is needed. Purifoy has an elite combination of size (6'1, 190) and speed to be a potential man corner in the NFL. He is a physical CB that plays with an edge.
60. (2.28) CAR: Jordan Matthews , WR, Vanderbilt
Matthews has ideal size (6-foot-3, 209 pounds) and speed (4.46 at Combine) with excellent work ethic. The SEC's career record holder for receptions and receiving yards had a solid showing at the Senior Bowl.
61. (2.29) SF: Bashaud Breeland, CB, Clemson
Breeland made 24 starts in his 3 seasons with Clemson, registering 6 INTs. He had a solid game against eventual national champion Florida State Seminoles posting 8 tackles, 2 pass break ups and an INT.
62. (2.30) NE: Kelcy Quarles, DT, South Carolina
The Pats 30th ranked run defense has multiple question marks on the interior defensive line. NT Vince Wilfork (32-year-old) tore his Achilles' in September and Tommy Kelly (33 years old) tore his ACL in Week 5.
63. (2.31) DEN: Chris Borland, ILB, Wisconsin
An upgrade from Paris Lenon is needed. Wesley Woodyard struggled at middle linebacker and will be a free agent. The redshirt senior amassed 112 tackles with 8.5 tackles for a loss, two passes broken up, two forced fumbles and four sacks in 2013. The 5'11, 245 pound middle linebacker has flashed solid pass rush ability as an interior blitzer. His solid Senior Bowl performance could vault his name into round 2.
64. (2.32) SEA: Cyril Richardson , OG, Baylor
The 6'5, 335 lb Richardson excels in run blocking and can hold up adequately in the passing game - sounds like a Seahawk to me
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