2013 NFL Mock Draft by FFToolbox Writer, Matt De Lima: Round 2
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2013 NFL Mock Draft

Round 1 (part 3) of 2

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33. (2.1) HOU: Derek Carr, QB, Fresno State*
Carr is receiving a lot of buzz as of late with some even calling him as a possible Top 5 pick. Look for Houston to potentially trade up into the 20s to make this pick.
34. (2.2) WAS: Jason Verrett, CB, TCU
Verrett would be a great pick for the Redskins as he fits one of their most pressing needs and has a first-round grade.
35. (2.3) CLE: Deone Bucannon, SS, Washington State
Bucannon is a size-speed-strength prospect who is a touch raw, but truly a special player if given time to blossom.
36. (2.4) OAK: Stanley Jean-Baptiste, CB, Nebraska
Jean-Baptiste was a mid-round prospect just a few weeks ago. He has shot up draft boards given his raw talent due to a recent switch from wide receiver to cornerback.
37. (2.5) ATL: Kyle Van Noy, OLB, BYU
While lacking high-end athleticism, Van Noy can be a leader and provide blue-collar work ethic to a defense lacking such a presence.
38. (2.6) TB: Ryan Shazier, OLB, Ohio State
A late first-round prospect who falls into my second round, Shazier is very strong against the run and will need some preparation to contribute on all three downs.
39. (2.7) JAX: Kelvin Benjamin, WR, Florida State*
The future of Justin Blackmon remains unclear. Benjamin has WR1 long-term potential because of his surprising blend of size and speed.
40. (2.8) MIN: Jimmie Ward, SS, Northern Illinois
The Vikings' defense has fallen off a cliff in recent years and teaming Ward next to Harrison Smith would give them two excellent, young talents at safety.
41. (2.9) BUF: Dee Ford, DE, Auburn
Ford is another possible first rounder who falls into my second round. The Bills are excellent at tackle, but could use some work at their DE spot not filled by Mario Williams.
42. (2.10) TEN: Timmy Jernigan, DT, Florida State
Jernigan has excellent quick penetration, but he must learn to play within the confines of a coordinated effort from his teammates.
43. (2.11) NYG: Troy Niklas, TE, Notre Dame
Niklas is a well-balanced prospect who can hold his own as a blocker. He'll need to do all the little things right in Tom Coughlin's offense.
44. (2.12) STL: Cody Latimer, WR, Indiana
Latimer is making a push as a possible second round option. Does St. Louis really need another receiver? Maybe, maybe not. The issue is that the Rams have quantity, but not quality.
45. (2.13) DET: Joel Bitonio, OT, Nevada
Bitonio is an ideal right tackle with a balanced ability as both a run and pass blocker.
46. (2.14) PIT: Davante Adams, WR, Fresno State*
Adams makes sense for Pittsburgh as they work to build depth behind Antonio Brown and possibly Markus Wheaton.
47. (2.15) DAL: Scott Crichton, DE, Oregon State*
The Cowboys can't get enough defensive line help as their transition to a 4-3 defense has not panned out very well.
48. (2.16) BAL: Carlos Hyde, RB, Ohio State
Our first running back is off the board. Baltimore may not need a RB if Ray Rice is able to return this year without any suspension.

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