The NFL Draft is just a couple of weeks from now and teams will use this opportunity to add youth and depth to their rosters.
While most of the big name players will hear their name called in the first round, teams will win championships based on players they take in the later rounds. Here is a complete look at the latest round two projections from Walterfootball.com as teams look to add those key players that will lead them to a success in the upcoming football season and beyond.
South Carolina wide receiver Alshon Jeffery is a surprising drop out of the first round, but the Indianapolis Colts would love to add the talented youngster. With Andrew Luck likely the team's top choice in this month's draft, adding a young receiver he can grow some chemistry with could help this team rebound quickly from a disastrous 2011-12 season.
Round two could also see the oldest rookie in the upcoming draft find his new home as quarterback Brandon Weeden is projected to land in Kansas City. Weeden is 28 years old and started playing college football at Oklahoma State after a five-year try to play professional baseball. Weeden is a first round talent, but his age will have him dropping to at least round two as teams have such a short window of opportunity to work with the former Cowboy.
Round two of the NFL Draft will have plenty of talented youngsters, but several of these players have a small flaw in their game and coaches will look to fix those and make these players into starters or key role players for the upcoming season.