NFL Draft 2015: Round 2, Picks 17-32

   Pick (Rnd)

17 (2)

Kansas City

Mitch Morse, OT, Missouri

Andy Reid loves drafting linemen and he's good at it. This kid can play tackle and center.

18 (2)

Buffalo

Ronald Darby, CB, Florida State

With their first pick, the Bills go defense. Not surprising with Rex Ryan suring up much of Buffalo's offensive attack during free agency.

19 (2)

Cleveland

Nate Orchard, DE, Utah

Another pass rush threat in a ground-talented AFC North.

20 (2)

Miami

Jordan Phillips, DT, Okalahoma

Big, run-stopping body up front to join Ndamukong Suh in Miami.

21 (2)

Cincinnati

Jake Fisher, OT, Oregon

Big tackle to protect Andy Dalton. Second lineman taken for the Bengals.

22 (2)

Detroit

Ameer Abdullah, RB, Nebraska

Second Big Ten back chosen in 2015. With Reggie Bush gone, the Lions needed depth in their backfield.

23 (2)

Baltimore

Max Williams, TE, Minnesota

Baltimore traded up past Pittsburgh who had Williams in their sights. Highest rated tight end in the draft.

24 (2)

Pittsburgh

Senquez Golson, CB, Ole Miss

With several corners already off the board, Golson goes to a Pittsburgh team that sees AJ Green and the other quickly improving receiving corps of the AFC North twice a year.

25 (2)

St. Louis

Rob Havenstein, OT, Wisconsin

Big lineman looking to pave the way for first-round selection, Todd Gurley, in 2015 and beyond.

26 (2)

Arizona

Markus Golden, DE, Missouri

First Missouri D-End off the board. Should slide in nicely to the Cardinals 3-4 scheme.

27 (2)

Denver

Ty Sambrailo, OT, Colorado State

Drafting lineman is always a good move when you're protecting 39-year old quarterbacks.

28 (2)

Dallas

Randy Gregory, OLB, Nebraska

Dallas lands another defensive stud with question marks. Regardless, one of the most talented LB/DE's in the draft.

29 (2)

Tampa Bay

Ali Marpet, C, Hobart and William Smith

First non-Division-1 player selected, and possibly the future starting center for Jameis Winston.

30 (2)

Green Bay

Quentin Rollins, CB, Miami (OH)

Green Bay, who leads the league in drafting their own talent, adds this 5'11'' corner at pick 60.

31 (2)

Seattle

Frank Clark, DE, Michigan

Seattle hasn't been shy or stupid drafting defensive game-changers. Clark comes down from the Big Ten.

32 (2)

New England

Jordan Richards, SS, Stanford

With the last pick of the second round, the Patriots, who already took Malcom Brown in the first, add to a defense that lost Vince Wilfork to the Houston Texans.


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