Draft – 2nd round: a quarterback for the Buccaneers and all the detailed choices | Touchdown Actu (NFL Actu)





33 – Jacksonville Jaguars: Tyson Campbell, CB, Georgia

After considering the attack with two selections in the first round, the Jaguars pass to the other side of the ball, and it is to select a surprise at the cornerback position, Tyson Campbell. The Georgia player was expected rather late in the second round. He joins a squad made up of Shaquill Griffin, who arrived in the offseason, and CJ Henderson drafted in 9th position in 2020.

34 – New York Jets: Elijah Moore, WR, Ole Miss

A target for Zach Wilson drafted last night. Rebels pocket wide receiver Elijah Moore joins the Jets. Electric, the player will give an option in the slot at first. This is the 3rd offensive pick in 3 choices for the New Yorkers. Moore joins Corey Davis signed during the free agency.

35 – Denver Broncos (via Falcons): Javonte Williams, RB, North Carolina

The first exchange of the evening is for a runner. The Broncos go up 5 picks to select the versatile and highly productive Javonte Williams. With 19 touchdowns in 2020, he dazzled with his ability to break tackles and provide solutions out of the backfield. He will form an explosive duo with Melvin Gordon.

36 – Miami Dolphins: Javon Holland, S, Oregon

New surprise in back defensives. While Trevon Moerhig is still available, the Florida franchise chooses Javon Holland. Able to play as well in the back of the field in cover as to defend the slot, he reinforces a backfield rich in talent with Xavien Howard and Byron Jones in particular.

37 – Philadelphia Eagles: Landon Dickerson, C, Alabama

Are the Eagles preparing for Jason Kelce’s succession? The 2017 champions select a player playing at the center among the university champions. Physical monster, Dickerson can also evolve to the position of guard. After cashing 50 sacks in 2020, Philly therefore chooses to offer protection to Jalen Hurst.

38 – New England Patriots (via Bengals): Christian Barmore, DL, Alabama

Bill Belichick steps up in the draft. The Patriots picked up the Bengals’ 38th pick to pick up the draft’s best and first defensive tackle, Christian Barmore. A sure bet, he is a complete and powerful player, who will bring to the center of the New England defensive line on three attempts.

39 – Chicago Bears (via Panthers): Teven Jenkins, OT, Oklahoma State

New exchange in a hectic early evening. Chicago climbs a second time in two rounds. After selecting their quarterback of the future, the Bears are now looking to protect him by selecting a solid tackle capable of evolving both right and left.

40 – Atlanta Falcons (via Broncos): Richie Grant, S, UCF

After losing their two holders during the free agency, the Falcons reinforce their last curtain with Richie Grant. Versatile and valuable on the cover, it reinforces a defense that has been suffering, especially in the air for several seasons.

41 – Detroit Lions: Levi Onwuzurike, DL, Washington

The Lions continue to strengthen their lines, after the offensive in the 1st, it is the defense that is considered by the franchise of Michigan with Levi Onwuzurike.

42 – Dolphins (via Giants): Liam Eichenberg, OT, Notre Dame

The Dolphins go up in this 2nd round. With the departure of Ereck Flowers and the passage of Robert Hunt to the post of guard, Miami needed a new tackle. And it is Liam Eichenberg who will come to play on the right, the blind side of Tua Tagovailoa.

43 – Las Vegas Raiders (via 49ers): Trevon Moerhig, S, TCU

The exchanges rain in this second round. And the fall is ultimately over for Trevon Moerhig. The best safety of the vintage strengthens a defense lacking a playmaker. Able to play in the back of the field and also in nickel back, the player will bring his enormous football IQ to Jon Gruden’s men.

44 – Dallas Cowboys: Kelvin Joseph, CB, Kentucky

The Cowboys continue to strengthen their defense. Kentucky cornerback Kelvin Joseph arrives in Dallas. Undeniably talented player, he is also known for his escapades off the field. After Micah Parsons, Mike McCarthy and Dan Quinn will have to channel another of their rookie.

45 – Jacksonville Jaguars: Walker Little, OT, Stanford

Protection for Trevor Lawrence. The Jags’ select the immense tackle of Stanford. A former 5-star recruit, the player does not lack talent but suffers from a heavy injury history. The player could be brooded a year behind Cam Robinson tagged during the offseason.

46 – Cincinnati Bengals (via Patriots): Jackson Carman, OT, Clemson

The long-awaited reinforcement for Joe Burrow is not what we expected. While Sam Cosmi is still available, the Bengals are choosing the player of the 2018 varsity champions. Carman could also play as a guard.

47 – Los Angeles Chargers: Asante Samuel, CB, Florida State

The Chargers reinforce their defensive backfield with Asante Samuel Jr. Son of, he will bring his speed and his vision of the game. Certainly limited by his small size, he is still able to play physically, and a great contribution to the game on the ground for a player of his size. After the departure of Casey Hayward, reinforcements at the post were expected.

48 – San Francisco 49ers: Aaron Banks, OL, Notre Dame

Surprise among the offensive linemen. Not the most well-known guards yet available, Aaron Banks is a physical monster. Trained at the excellent school of Notre Dame accustomed to bringing out talented players on the position, the player is chosen to protect the new quarterback of the franchise Trey Lance and participate in the running game so dear to Kyle Shanahan.

49 – Arizona Cardinals: Rondale Moore, WR, Purdue

The special receivers draft continues. Second Moore, Rondale, lands with the Cardinals. Used mainly in the slot at Purdue, it joins DeAndre Hopkins, Christian Kirk and AJ Green in a group of receivers that promises to be complementary and explosive.

50 – New York Giants (via Dolphins): Azeez Ojulari, Edge, Georgia

Good pick for the G-Men. Expected at the end of the 1st round, Georgia’s pass rusher slipped to New York despite a trade back made by the franchise in the early evening. Ojulari will bring the pressure on the outside that Joe Judge players lack. Big potential and big progress in 2020, the player is explosive and complete.

51 – Washington Football Team: Sam Cosmi, OT, Texas

End of the fall for the Longhorns tackle. The capital franchise takes advantage of the windfall to get their hands on the long-awaited blind side tackle. With violent hands and very good in his lateral movements, he will be responsible for protecting Ryan Fitzmagic.

52 – Cleveland Browns (via Panthers, Bears): Jeremiah Owosu-Koramoah, LB, Notre Dame

Expected in most forecasts for the 1st round, Jeremiah Owosu-Koramoah arrives in Cleveland. The Browns recover a very versatile linebacker, capable of evolving against the race, or turning into a slot cornerback or safety to defend the pass. “Jok”, in addition to being an excellent player, fills a void in the workforce.

53 – Tennessee Titans: Dillon Radunz, OT, North Dakota State

After the huge flop of the selection of Isaiah Wilson in the first round last year, the Titans had to strengthen. Their choice goes to 2nd division player, former bodyguard of Trey Lance, Dillon Radunz. Athletic and versatile, he will bring a lot to the racing game, much to the delight of Derrick Henry.

54 – Indianapolis Colts: Dayo Odeyingbo, Edge, Vanderbilt

Very versatile player, Dayo Odeyingbo arrives from Indianapolis. After Kwity Paye, the Colts recover a second edge. Athletic, solid, able to play against the run and the pass, his selection allows Matt Eberflus to reinforce his defensive line.

55 – Pittsburgh Steelers: Pat Freiermuth, TE, Penn State

While we expected rather protection for Big Ben, it is ultimately a target that is chosen with the second tight end of this draft. Pat Freiermuth, nicknamed “baby Gronk” will nevertheless bring his blocker qualities to help the line.

56 – Seattle Seahawks: Dwayne Eskridge, WR, Western Michigan

We were waiting for a cornerback or a tackle, so Seattle obviously drafted… a receiver. Dynamic and explosive wide receiver D’Wayne Eskridge joins the Seahawks. Threat and depth with reliable hands, he joins DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett as Russell Wilson’s target.

57 – Los Angeles Rams: Tutu Atwell, WR, Louisville

Deprived of the 1st round, this is the first selection in the draft for the Los Angeles franchise. And despite the need on the lines, he’s a new target for new quarterback Matt Stafford. Pocket catcher, the Louisville player will bring his explosiveness and his ability to swallow spaces.

58 – Kansas City Chiefs: Nick Bolton, LB, Missouri

The offensive line having been reinforced during the free agency, the Chiefs decide to arm their linebacker squad with Nick Bolton. A real tackle machine, he is a versatile player, with a great quality of leadership, which will not be too much to regain the title lost last year.

59 – Carolina Panthers (via Browns): Terrace Marshall, WR, LSU

After an entirely defensive 2020 draft and a 2021 first pick also in defense, Matt Rhule and Carolina finally decide to consider the attack by offering a target to Sam Darnold. LSU wide receiver Terrace Marshall bolsters a squad that lost Curtis Samuel in the offseason. Versatile and fast, it also has very reliable hands. He finds in Caroline his former offensive coordinator in Louisiana Joe Brady.

60 – New Orleans Saints: Pete Werner, LB, Ohio State

The Saints continue to draft players expected below. Tall, powerful and athletic, Pete Werner arrives in New Orleans. With the departure of Kwon Alexander and the place to be taken, this recruitment makes sense.

61 – Buffalo Bills: Carlos Basham, Edge, Wake Forest

Surprise in Buffalo, despite the selection of Gregory Rousseau in the first round, the Bills leave on a pass rusher with their second choice.

62 – Green Bay Packers: Josh Myers, OL, Ohio State

The Packers have lost Corey Linsley. So they needed a center. Incredibly, Creed Humphrey was always available. But Green Bay chose Josh Myers of Ohio State. Myers is a good, solid and consistent player, but not necessarily the best player available.

63 – Kansas City Chiefs: Creed Humphrey, OL, Oklahoma

And since the Packers didn’t take it, the Chiefs are taking advantage. They want to protect Patrick Mahomes at all costs, and prove it with this choice.

64 – Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Kyle Trask, QB, Florida

There he is the replacement for Tom Brady. Kyle Trask will be able to train behind the best, in a more than complete team. Tom Brady is 43 and said he played until he was 45. 2 years of waiting before taking the reins for the quarterback of Florida.

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