NFL Draft Day Two: The 11 Best Available

When the music stops at the cessation of any NFL draft's first day, we're left with a handful of talented players still standing, unselected. Though the 2015 NFL draft isn't as classically stockpiled with as much overall depth as we've been accustomed to in recent years, there is plenty to monitor heading into the top of the second round. Of the remaining dancers without a partner, here are the eleven most enticing available: Jake Fisher, OT. Oregon (6'6" 306 lbs.) Former tight end with superior athleticism and quickness off the snap. A potential left tackle in a zone blocking scheme, he gets by on good technique and above-average footwork. There is a Joe Staley element to his profile. Randy Gregory, OLB. Nebraska (6'5" 235 lbs.) Quality movement skills and lower body explosion packaged into a long frame. Though his get-off is sub par as slowly unravels out of his stance, Gregory does well to use his hands to beat blockers. Chase linebacker who plays with effort. If he gets past his substance concerns and reinforces his semi-wiry frame, he could be a major day two bargain. Landon Collins, S. Alabama (6'0" 228 lbs.) Aggressive and tough, Collins is a downhill hammer that finds the football in run and pass defense. Will add a certain attitude to a defense and comes physically ready for the NFL. A lack of ball skills or natural coverage ability prevented him from the first round, but he's an impact run defender from day one at the strong safety position. Eddie Goldman, DT. Florida State (6'4" 336 lbs.) A lot to be said about big men who can carry their weight well. Goldman is a wrecking ball at the point of attack and can affect the oppositions rhythm with his natural power. He lacks the ability to consistently affect the passing game on third-down, likely limiting him to 3-4 teams. T.J. Clemmings, OT. Pittsburgh (6'5" 309 lbs.) Experienced leader who displays impressive quickness and lateral movement skills. The former defensive end is still constantly learning the nuances of playing on offense, but has long term potential to be a left tackle if he goes to a patient team. Jaelen Strong, WR. Arizona State (6'2" 217 lbs.) Big body target who can prove to be a reliable safety valve due to his ability to adjust and shield defenders away from passes. Lacks explosion and doesn't consistently make catches off hi frame with natural hands, but there's an undeniable talent level that should intrigue teams early day two. La'El Collins, OG/RT. LSU (6'4" 305 lbs.) Powerful, thickly-built dual guard or right tackle. A finisher in the run game who eliminates when engaged. Leader with three-years of starting experience. Though he is not a suspect, Collins has a scheduled meeting with police over an April shooting of a pregnant woman. If not for the uncertainty of the situation, he'd have likely been a first round selection. Dorial Green-Beckham, WR. Missouri (6'5" 237 lbs.) A laundry list of maturity and off-field concerns are difficult to overlook, but the physical makeup is tantalizing. Fluidity and smooth movement despite carrying a larger, taller frame. Strength and separation of areas of concern, but can extend and high-point over most defensive backs. Can he deal with physical NFL cornerbacks, though? Jordan Phillips, NT. Oklahoma (6'5" 329 lbs.) Beefy 3-4 nose tackle only; decent movement skills. Anchors well and can push the pocket using his supreme length and strength. Won't provide much of a pass rush, but should contribute from the outset for a team that needs help at the 0-tech. Two down player, but imposing dimensions. Ronald Darby, CB. Florida State (5'11" 193 lbs.) Track speed with smooth change or direction and obvious fluidity. Man-coverage capable boundary corner by gives up inside release quite often on film. Lacks top end ball skills, but could make for a very intriguing project to a team in day two. Rather significant upside. Tevin Coleman, RB. Indiana (5'11" 206 lbs.) Workhorse 'back who produced heavily despite playing behind an unimpressive offensive line. Greatest strength is his refusal to go down, but can also be a weakness as he too often looks for the home run. Still, a smooth-cutting between the tackle rusher who can maintain speed off contact. Lacks open-field elusiveness of some others and relatively unproven as a pass catcher. Honorable mentions... Jalen Collins, CB. LSU (6'1" 203 lbs.) - New school boundary corner; size/speed/length. T.J. Yeldon, RB. Alabama (6'1" 226 lbs.) - Decisive bruiser with instincts; keeps feet moving. Eric Kendricks, ILB. UCLA (6'0" 232 lbs.) - Stat freak with an aggressive downhill demeanor. Donovan Smith, OT. Penn State (6'6" 338 lbs.) - Day one starter at guard/right tackle. Eli Harold, DE/OLB, UVA (6'3" 247 lbs.) - Gets regular pressure; fluidity to play in space. Let me hear it on Twitter: @NFLDraftUpdate

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