Draft Order NFL: 2018 NFL Draft Order Round 2: 33. Cleveland Browns: Austin Corbett, RT, Nevada, 34. New York Giants: Will Hernandez, LG, UTEP, 35. Cleveland Browns (from Houston Texans): Nick Chubb, RB, Georgia, 36. Indianapolis Colts: Darius Leonard, MLB, South Carolina State, 37. Indianapolis Colts (from New York Jets): Braden Smith, RG, Auburn, 38. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Ronald Jones, RB, USC, 39. Chicago Bears: James Daniels, C, Iowa, 40. Denver Broncos: Courtland Sutton, WR, SMU, 41. Tennessee Titans (from Oakland Raiders): , 42. Miami Dolphins: Mike Gesicki, TE, Penn State, 43. Detroit Lions (from San Francisco 49ers): Kerryon Johnson, RB, Auburn, 44. San Francisco 49ers (from Washington Redskins): Dante Pettis, WR, Washington, 45. Green Bay Packers: Josh Jackson, CB, Iowa, 46. Kansas City Chiefs (from Cincinnati Bengals): Breeland Speaks, 3-4 RE, Ole Miss, 47. Arizona Cardinals: Christian Kirk, WR, Texas A&M, 48. Los Angeles Chargers: Uchenna Nwosu, ROLB, USC, 49. Philadephia Eagles (from Seattle Seahawks): Dallas Goedert, TE, South Dakota State, 50. Dallas Cowboys: Connor Williams, LG, Texas, 51. Chicago Bears (from Detroit Lions): Anthony Miller, WR, Memphis, 52. Indianapolis Colts (from Baltimore Ravens): Kemoko Turay, ROLB, Rutgers, 53. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Buffalo Bills): M.J. Stewart, CB, North Carolina, 54. Cincinnati Bengals (from Kansas City Chiefs): Jessie Bates III, FS, Wake Forest, 55. Carolina Panthers: Donte Jackson, CB, LSU, 56. New England Patriots (from Los Angeles Rams): Duke Dawson, CB, Florida, 57. Oakland Raiders (from Tennessee Titans):P.J. Hall, DT, Sam Houston State, 58. Atlanta Falcons: Isaiah Oliver, CB, Colorado, 59. Washington Redskins (from New Orleans Saints): Derrius Guice, RB, LSU, 60. Pittsburgh Steelers: James Washington, WR, Oklahoma State, 61. Jacksonville Jaguars: D.J. Chark, WR, LSU, 62. Minnesota Vikings: Brian O'Neill, RT, Pittsburgh, 63. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from New England Patriots): Carlton Davis, CB, Auburn, 64. Indianapolis Colts (from Philadelphia Eagles): Tyquan Lewis, LE, Ohio State, Round 1: 1. Cleveland Browns: Baker Mayfield, QB, Oklahoma, 2. New York Giants: Saquon Barkley, RB, Penn State, 3. New York Jets (from Indianapolis Colts): Sam Darnold, QB, USC, 4. Cleveland Browns (from Houston Texans): Denzel Ward, CB, Ohio State, 5. Denver Broncos: Bradley Chubb, 3-4 LOLB, North Carolina State, 6. Indianapolis Colts (from New York Jets): Quenton Nelson, LG, Notre Dame, 7. Buffalo Bills (from Tampa Bay Buccaneers): Josh Allen, QB, Wyoming, 8. Chicago Bears: Roquan Smith, 3-4 MLB, Georgia, 9. San Francisco 49ers: Mike McGlinchey, LT, Notre Dame, 10. Arizona Cardinals (from Oakland Raiders): Josh Rosen, QB, UCLA, 11. Miami Dolphins: Minkah Fitzpatrick, FS, Alabama, 12. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Cincinnati Bengals): Vita Vea, DT, Washington, 13. Washington Redskins: Da'Ron Payne, NT, Alabama, 14. New Orleans Saints (from Green Bay Packers): Marcus Davenport, LE, UTSA, 15. Oakland Raiders (from Arizona Cardinals): Kolton Miller, RT, UCLA, 16. Buffalo Bills (from Baltimore Ravens): Tremaine Edmunds, MLB, Virginia Tech, 17. Los Angeles Chargers: Derwin James, FS, Florida State, 18. Green Bay Packers (from Seattle Seahawks): Jaire Alexander, CB, Louisville, 19. Dallas Cowboys: Leighton Vander Esch, ROLB, Boise State, 20. Detroit Lions: Frank Ragnow, C, Arkansas, 21. Cincinnati Bengals (from Buffalo Bills): Billy Pice, C, Ohio State, 22. Tennessee Titans (from Kansas City Chiefs): Rashaan Evans, 3-4 MLB, Alabama, 23. New England Patriots (from Los Angeles Rams): Isaiah Wynn, RG, Georgia, 24. Carolina Panthers: D.J. Moore, WR, Maryland, 25. Baltimore Ravens (from Tennessee Titans): Hayden Hurst, TE, South Carolina, 26. Atlanta Falcons: Calvin Ridley, WR, Alabama, 27. Seattle Seahawks (from New Orleans Saints): Rashaan Penny, RB, San Diego State, 28. Pittsburgh Steelers: Terrell Edmunds, FS, Virginia Tech, 29. Jacksonville Jaguars: Taven Bryan, DT, Florida, 30. Minnesota Vikings: Mike Hughes, CB, Central Florida, 31. New England Patriots: Sony Michel, RB, Georgia, 32. Batlimore Ravens (from Philadelphia Eagles): Lamar Jackson, QB, Louisville

2018 NFL Draft Results

Round 2

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  1. Cleveland Browns: Austin Corbett, RT, Nevada C- Grade

    Austin Corbett is a really good right tackle. He is a massive reach despite having the versatility to play all five positions on the offensive line.

  2. New York Giants: Will Hernandez, LG, UTEP A+ Grade

    I know the Giants got the Jaguars left guard in Free Agency. Will Hernandez can beat him out for the left guard spot. Hernandez pass blocks for Eli Manning and run blocks for Saquon Barkley.

  3. Cleveland Browns: Nick Chubb, RB, Georgia A- Grade

    Cleveland got a great running back in Nick Chubb. Probably someone New England should have took at 31. Baker Mayfield has a running back he can depend on in Nick Chubb here.

    I did a film session of Nick Chubb. Chubb did a great job on tape and I have to say that Nick Chubb is a pretty complete running back when healthy.

  4. Indianapolis Colts: Darius Leonard, MLB, South Carolina State F Grade

    The Colts needed a middle linebacker. This is a huge reach though.

  5. Indianapolis Colts: Braden Smith, RG, Auburn A- Grade

    Braden Smith has the versatility to play left guard or right guard. Quenton Nelson and Will Hernandez are pure left guards. The fact that Braden Smith has such remarkable versatility as well as his refined technique is what makes him a candidate that may creep into the first round.

    Braden Smith dominated the 2018 NFL Combine. He built on that at Auburn's Pro Day and looked even better in positional drills at Auburn's Pro Day then he did at the 2018 NFL Combine. The Colts got the top left guard and the top right guard in the draft so Andrew Luck should be thrilled.

  6. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Ronald Jones, RB, USC D Grade

    Tampa Bay just took a two down back at 38. This pick gets a D grade for me since Ronald Jones does not have the pass protection of a three down back.

  7. Chicago Bears: James Daniels, C, Iowa B- Grade

    Chicago gets a center for depth here. James Daniels is my top center.

  8. Denver Broncos: Courtland Sutton, WR, SMU C+ Grade

    Courtland Sutton isn't as effective as a route runner as Christian Kirk or D.J. Chark. This is a good pick, but its a reach considering Sutton is the fourth best receiver in the draft.

  9. Tennessee Titans: Harold Landry, 3-4 ROLB, Boston College B Grade

    Harold Landry is a good pick here and addresses another need. They gave up a second and third round pick. This pick gets a solid B grade.

  10. Miami Dolphins: Mike Gesicki, TE, Penn State A+ Grade

    I had a first round grade on Mike Gesicki. I love this pick considering Miami got the top tight end.

  11. Detroit Lions: Kerryon Johnson, RB, Auburn C Grade

    Detroit gave up way too much to move up for Kerryon Johnson who I got a late second round grade on. This pick gets a C grade for me.

  12. San Francisco 49ers: Dante Pettis, WR, Washington F Grade

    I had a sixth round grade on Dante Pettis. Huge reach for someone who may end up as a backup receiver.

  13. Green Bay Packers: Josh Jackson, CB, Iowa A+ Grade

    The Packers traded Damarious Randall. Kevin King is not a field cornerback. He covered #2 receivers at Washington while Sidney Jones covered the number one targets so that makes Jones > King. Josh Jackson out of Iowa is a field cornerback that can anchor Green Bay's secondary for years to come and unlike Rollins or King he can cover number one wide receiver targets. I've heard reports that the Packers love Josh Jackson and that he's their favorite cornerback in the draft, but I've heard just as many reports about them wanting to move up for a cornerback too.

    Green Bay doubled up at cornerback. They got Josh Jackson and Jaire Alexander. Green Bay has had an awesome 2018 NFL Draft so far.

  14. Kansas City Chiefs: Breeland Speaks, 3-4 RE, Ole Miss F Grade

    Huge reach by Kansas City. This pick is an F grade.

  15. Arizona Cardinals: Christian Kirk, WR, Texas A&M A+ Grade

    Josh Rosen gets another weapon to throw to. He's got Larry Fitzgerald and Chad Williams and now Christian Kirk in the slot. This is a fantastic start for Arizona with Josh Rosen and Christian Kirk.

  16. Los Angeles Chargers: Uchenna Nwosu, ROLB, USC B Grade

    Solid pickup by the Chargers here. They get depth behind Denzel Perryman here.

    Uchenna Nwosu can be a very good pass rusher plus he's a natural at stopping the run and dropping back into coverage. He can do it all and is a prototypical outside linebacker for the Los Angeles Chargers.

  17. Philadelphia Eagles: Dallas Goedert, TE, South Dakota State B Grade

    Philadelphia gets a number two tight end next to Zach Ertz. Goedert is talented enough to start right away. Great pickup by the Philadelphia Eagles here.

  18. Dallas Cowboys: Connor Williams, LG, Texas A+ Grade

    Dallas takes Texas left tackle Connor Williams here who is versatile enough to play left tackle, left guard, right guard, or right tackle. This is an awesome additon by the Dallas Cowboys at pick 50 to solidify the offensive line at left guard. This is an A+ pick.

  19. Chicago Bears: Anthony Miller, WR, Memphis B Grade

    I like Anthony Miller. Chicago gave the New England Patriots a 2019 second round pick to move up for Anthony Miller which is why this is getting a B grade.

  20. Indianapolis Colts: Kemoko Turay, ROLB, Rutgers D Grade

    Indianapolis reached big time here. This was an awful pick by the Colts.

  21. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: M.J. Stewart, CB, North Carolina D Grade

    I like M.J. Stewart. Taking him over cornerbacks with the ceiling of a Pro Bowl cornerback whether it be Donte Jackson, Isaiah Oliver, Holton Hill, Isaac Yiadom, or Carlton Davis feels pretty irresponsible though when Tampa Bay's bigger need is at safety.

  22. Cincinnati Bengals: Jessie Bates III, FS, Wake Forest D. Grade

    Cincinnati needed a free safety. There were much better players on the board though. Cincinnati passed on DeShon Elliott, Ronnie Harrison, Justin Reid, and Kyzir White here. Bates lacks the strength you want in a safety and the only reason I'm not giving the Bengals an F grade is because they got a player who the Steelers loved.

    I did a film session of Jessie Bates. He's better than I thought he'd be. I had a fourth round grade on Jessie Bates III prior to this film session and I incorporated SWOT reports into my Bates film session.

  23. Carolina Panthers: Donte Jackson, CB, LSU A+ Grade

    I had a first round grade on Donte Jackson. I had Jackson graded higher than Jaire Alexander and Denzel Ward. Superb pick by Carolina to make ammends for their first round selection with D.J. Moore.

  24. New England Patriots: Duke Dawson, CB, Florida F Grade

    See my writeup on Tampa Bay at 53 to know why this pick gets an F grade. Duke Dawson is nothing more then a career backup.

  25. Oakland Raiders: P.J. Hall, DT, Sam Houston State C Grade

    There are two to three defnesive tackles worthy of top 50 grades. I like Hall as a future starter, but there is no question this is a reach in the second round.

  26. Atlanta Falcons: Isaiah Oliver, CB, Colorado A+ Grade

    Isaiah Oliver was the top cornerback on the board. Oliver is just an awesome value pick this late in the second round. Easily an A+ grade.

  27. Washington Redskins: Derrius Guice, RB, LSU A+ Grade

    The Redskins get a huge steal in Derrius Guice here. Guice is an awesome value pick with three down ability who could be a huge steal for Washington here.

  28. Pittsburgh Steelers: James Washington, WR, Oklahoma State D Grade

    The Steelers got the Billetnikoff Award winner in James Washington as a replacement to Martavis Bryant. Now Pittsburgh has Antonio Brown, JuJu Smith-Schuster, and James Washington in the slot.

    Washington balled out on tape, but struggled in the draft process leading up to the 2018 NFL Draft. Pittsburgh only gets spared the F grade due to need and due to the fact that Washington was my top ranked wide receiver at one point.

  29. Jacksonville Jaguars: D.J. Chark, WR, LSU A Grade

    D.J. Chark was the top wide receiver on the board. Excellent value pick for the Jacksonville Jaguars.

  30. Minnesota Vikings: Brian O'Neill, RT, Pittsburgh B Grade

    Brian O'Neill can be great with the right development. He goes to a team that signed overpaid offensive tackles to long-term contracts and gets to develop in that situation.

  31. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Carlton Davis, CB, Auburn B Grade

    Carlton Davis is someone that will not move to a nickel role no matter what. I'm not sure if he's got an attitude problem, but Tampa Bay already has a lot of depth at cornerback and will not get the most out of him even though he's got the ceiling oif a Pro Bowl cornerback which is why this pick gets a B grade instead of an A grade.

  32. Indianapolis Colts: Tyquan Lewis, LE, Ohio State F Grade

    Tyquan Lewis was a sixth round prospect just like Sam Hubbard. In fact, it's kind of amazing that the Colts took Lewis before Hubbard.

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