The first round of the NFL Draft has all the big name college football players, but the later rounds are where teams add depth and special team players. Here is the latest second round projections from New Era Scouting and what player your favorite team could target in round two.
The St. Louis Rams have the first choice in round two and the 33<sup>rd</sup> overall pick. Jonathon Martin from Stanford has first round talent, but a mediocre combine performance could see the former Stanford star drop to this spot and that would be great news for a team that needs an upgrade at offensive tackle.
The second line of quarterback prospects could see their names called and the latest projections have Ryan Tannehill going to Buffalo with the 41<sup>st</sup> overall choice. Miami who picks next is expected to take Kirk Cousins from Michigan State and Seattle could take 28-year-old Brandon Weeden from Oklahoma State. All three of these quarterbacks can play in the NFL, but each has something that needs improving to become an elite quarterback, but with good coaching and a little luck, these are names you could hear about for the next 10 years.
The second round of the draft will see some teams reach for prospects, but they generally are the teams that made the playoffs the year before and can afford to take risks to help the franchise in future years, but some teams need to win now and this time of year becomes very important as jobs are on the line and teams can take a major step backwards with a poor off-season.