NFL mock draft: Full rounds 2 and 3 and Seahawks get their first pick

Oct 8, 2020; Houston, Texas, USA; Houston Cougars wide receiver Marquez Stevenson (5) during the fourth quarter against Tulane at TDECU Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Maria Lysaker-USA TODAY Sports
Oct 8, 2020; Houston, Texas, USA; Houston Cougars wide receiver Marquez Stevenson (5) during the fourth quarter against Tulane at TDECU Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Maria Lysaker-USA TODAY Sports /
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Here are guesses for our rounds two and three NFL mock draft for all 32 teams. The Seahawks will get their first pick in round 2 and who will they take?

After addressing each team’s primary need in round 1 of my mock draft, let’s take a look at the other important areas for each team and the best pick to improve themselves.

Seahawks get their first pick in round 2 – who does everyone else take?

Picks 33 through 48

Pick 33 – Azeez Ojulari – LB – Georgia – Jacksonville

Having given them the first pick QB and then some protection for said QB, the Jags need to upgrade their defense to keep them in games. They have two good LBs already in Jack and Fackrell, Ojulari gives them the third they want.

Pick 34 – Liam Eichenberg – OT – Notre Dame – NY Jets

Like the Jags, the Jets also need to protect their new QB, the Jets have more work to do in this area than the Jags but have not addressed it thus far via free agency. Eichenberg is a good start to this process.

Pick 35 – Travis Etienne – RB – Clemson – Atlanta

Atlanta has added veteran Mike Davis, but they need some star quality at RB. Etienne could give them just that as a dual-threat RB and is one of the stars of round 2 in this mock draft.

Pick 36 – Levi Onwuzurike – DT – Washington – Miami

The Dolphins have been busy in free agency on the offensive side and at LB, but adding Onwuzurike bolsters their D line further. He is not the finished product but is a great prospect that the Dolphins can build around in the future.

Pick 37 – Andre Cisco – S – Syracuse – Philadelphia

The Eagles have shored up the position of Strong Safety, Cisco will provide the upgrade they need at Free Safety.

Pick 38 – Wyatt Davis – G – Ohio State – Cincinnati

This may be a bit of a reach by the Bengals, but they desperately need better Guards. Losing Joe Burrow to injury cost them dearly last season, so don’t make the same mistake twice.

Pick 39 – Daivyon Nixon – DT – Iowa – Carolina

The Panthers defense was poor last season, they have tried to address this via the draft before, but if at first you do not succeed you must try again.

Pick 40 – Jamin Davis – LB – Kentucky – Denver

The Broncos will get an immediate step up at LB with the arrival of Davis, but he is also a development project to be the long-term replacement for Von Miller.

Pick 41 – Aaron Robinson – CB – Florida State – Detroit

It is simply impossible to put into words how atrocious the Lions secondary is. Robinson may help me find words to describe them in the future.

Pick 42 – Sam Cosmi – OT – Texas – NY Giants

Daniel Jones needs to improve, but he has had very little help from his O line. They have upgraded at receiver to help Jones, so now give him more time to find those receivers.

Pick 43 – Eric Stokes – Georgia – San Francisco

When you run 4.25 for the 40 at your pro day, you are going to turn heads. The 49ers heads should be spinning with Sherman and Wetherspoon leaving.

Pick 44 – Nick Bolton – LB – Missouri – Dallas

The Cowboys defense poor performance kind of got overlooked in the wake of the Dak Prescott injury last season. They can start to improve by adding another pass rusher.

Pick 45 – Pat Friermuth – TE – Penn State – Jacksonville

TE’s normally take time to produce after being drafted, but Jacksonville has a gaping hole on their depth chart at TE and Friermuth should be the long-term filler for that void.

Pick 46 – Mac Jones – QB – Alabama – New England

Cam Newton’s tenure cannot be a long-term solution, the Pats scheme takes time to learn. Jones can sit behind Newton and learn the ropes before he takes over as the starting QB.

Pick 47 – Jayson Oweh – DE – Penn State – LA Chargers

The Chargers have the offense, the D line is a good one but edge rushers are what they need. Oweh will give them some of what they need.

Pick 48 – Caden Sterns – S – Texas – Las Vegas

Only Detroit keeps the Raiders secondary from being the worst in the league. The road to recovery continues by adding a safety to the CB they took in round 1.