1(33). New York Giants. Landon Collins, SS, Alabama. The Giants upgraded their offensive line in the first round, and add the best SS in the draft by trading up in the second. Not much to complain about with this pick; Collins should be a day 1 starter in New York. Grade: A.
2(34). Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Donovan Smith, OT, Penn State. Smith has the physical gifts and ability to be a starting-caliber tackle in the NFL. That being said, I feel like this is a slight reach on Smith; there were a few other tackles, such as Jake Fisher, who may have been better options on the board. Still, a position of need. Grade: B+
3(35). Oakland Raiders. Mario Edwards, Jr. DT, Florida State. Edwards is a solid defensive tackle, but the other Florida State DT, Eddie Goldman, has more upside. I would have taken Goldman here. This isn't to say that Edwards won't be a great player in the NFL, he could be, but Goldman would have been the better option. Grade: C+
4(36). Jackson Jaguars. T.J. Yeldon, RB, Alabama. The Jaguars need to build around Bortles, and Yeldon is a guy that has the ability to come in and be a solid offensive contributor as a rookie. This is a decent pick, and fills a position of need in Jacksonville. The Jaguars will be an improved team in 2015. Grade: A-.
5(37). New York Jets. Devin Smith, WR, Ohio State. WHAT?! The Jets have done something intelligent and drafted a fast, speedy WR in Devin Smith to give their young quarterback Geno Smith an added weapon. Suddenly we're looking at a Jets front office that seems to know what they are doing. I love this move for the Jets. Grade: A+
6(38). Washington Redskins. Preston Smith, DE, Mississippi State. I get that Randy Gregory has issues, and I get that Smith is a solid defensive talent. However, Gregory would have been worth the gamble here for the Redskins. That being said, this is still a decent pick for the Redskins. Grade: B+
7(39). Chicago Bears. Eddie Goldman, DT, Florida State. Excellent pick for Chicago here. Goldman is a first round talent and could have gone higher, and he fits an obvious position of need in Chicago. Solid player, and solid pick. Grade: A+
8(40). Tennessee Titans. Dorial Green-Beckham, WR, Missouri. This is a HUGE gamble for Tennessee, but with Mariota on board, the Titans need to start pulling together weapons for him. This is an offensive unit in disarray, and Green-Beckham has the talent to be one of the best WRs in this year's draft class. It's a gamble, but it's a solid one. IF Green-Beckham stays in line, the Titans are looking at a future Pro Bowler. Grade: A-
9 (41). Carolina Panthers. Devin Funchess, WR/TE, Michigan. Funchess can play WR and TE, but he also has massive drop issues. That being said, the Panthers need more weapons for Cam Newton, and Funchess could be a Jimmy Graham-type player if he fixes the drop issue and stays healthy. Decent pick. Grade: B+
10 (42). Atlanta Falcons. Jalen Collins, CB, LSU. Collins is one of the top CBs in this year's draft class, and the Falcons have massive holes on defense. Great pick. Grade: A+
11 (43). Houston Texans. Benardrick McKinney, LB, Mississippi State. McKinney is a solid inside linebacker, but the Texans need help on offense. This pick upgrades their defensive unit, but sooner or later they are going to have to address the offensive side of the football. Grade: B.
12 (44). New Orleans Saints. Hau'oli Kikaha, OLB, Washington. Kikaha is an elite pass rusher with some minor flaws in his technique. He'll develop into a solid NFL starter early in his career. I don;'t know if I would have taken him over Randy Gregory, but still a solid pick. Grade: A-.
13 (45). Minnesota Vikings. Eric Kendricks, ILB, UCLA. Kendricks is another guy who floated around as a potential first round pick leading up to the draft. He's a fundamentally sound inside linebacker with a mean streak who will come in and make an immediate impact. He's also a Mike Zimmer-type of player; hard working with high football IQ. Good pick for the Vikings. Grade: A
14 (46). San Francisco 49ers. Jaquiski Tartt, SS, Samford. Tartt is a small school guy with tons of upside. I think he's slightly over-drafted here, but Tartt is still a solid talent. That being said, the 49ers had other needs and Denzel Perryman would have been a far better pick here. Grade: B.
15 (47). Philadelphia Eagles. Eric Rowe, CB, Utah. Rowe is a solid CB prospect who will likely start out as a package corner, but could develop into a starting role quickly. He fills a need for Philly, a team in dire need of help in the defensive backfield. Grade: B+
16 (48). San Diego Chargers. Denzel Perryman, ILB, Miami. I'm extremely high on Perryman on a player, and I feel like he could be a dark horse candidate for defensive rookie of the year in 2015. The Chargers get great value with him this late in the second, and he should be a day one starter in San Diego. Grade: A+
17 (49). Kansas City Chiefs. Mitch Morse, G, Missouri. Morse is a solid offensive guard, and the Chiefs need help on their offensive line. That being said, There are better offensive guards still on the board (Cann, for example). This is a bit of a reach for Morse but it does fill a need for the Chiefs. Grade: B.
18 (50). Buffalo Bills. Ronald Darby, CB, Florida State. This would have been a perfect spot for Randy Gregory. The Bills traded Kiko Alonso for LeSean McCoy, and Gregory would have been a solid addition to the Buffalo defensive unit. That being said, Darby is a talented corner who will see playing time in Buffalo. Good pick for the Bills. B+.
19 (51). Cleveland Browns. Nate Orchard, DE, Utah. This is an interesting pick for the Browns. Their defensive front has definitely improved with the addition of Danny Shelton in the first and Orchard in the second. I'd like to see them do more to build around Manziel (or whoever their QB is), however. Grade: B.
20 (52). Miami Dolphins. Jordan Phillips, NT, Oklahoma. Phillips is a great nose tackle, but the Dolphins also just signed Ndamukong Suh. This gives Miami an extremely talented defensive tackle rotation, and should cause nightmares for opposing offenses. Grade: B+
21 (53). Cincinnati Bengals. Jake Fisher, OT, Oregon. Fisher is a great offensive tackle prospect, but do the Bengals need to replace Andrew Whitworth AND Andre Smith? If they plan on Smith moving on after next season, then this is a great pick. If they plan on keeping him around, then this is a slightly shakier pick (although Ogbuehi could move inside to guard as well). Either way, offensive line depth is extremely important when trying to establish the run. Grade: B+
22 (54). Detroit Lions. Ameer Abdullah, RB, Nebraska. The Lions needed to target a running back early this year, but there were way better options still on the board for a full time starter. Detroit could have likely nabbed Abdullah in the third round. A bit of a whiff on the part of the Lions, but it fills a need. Grade: B-.
23 (55). Baltimore Ravens. Maxx Williams, TE, Minnesota. Joe Flacco loves tight ends like Bert from Sesame Street loves pigeons (and if you didn't know, Bert from Sesame Street LOVES pigeons). Maxx Williams is the best tight end in this draft, and with Pitta's health clouded in uncertainty, this is a smart pick for Baltimore. Grade: A+
24 (56). Pittsburgh Steelers. Senquez Golson, CB, Mississippi. Golson isn't one of the top picks at CB, but he still will compete for a starting role in Pittsburgh. Golson has upside, and will see snaps early in Pittsburgh's defense, which has been decimated by injuries. Good pick to fill a hole on defense. Grade: A-.
25 (57). St. Louis Rams. Rob Havenstein, T, Wisconsin. Havenstein is one of the biggest risers in this draft class. He was originally projected as a 5th to 7th round pick, but has worked his way into the second round. He's got tons of upside, but is still improving as well. Havenstein is a guy that has the talent to play regularly now, but will likely develop into an outstanding tackle within a couple of seasons. Intriguing pick for the Rams with lots of upside. Grade: A-.
26 (58). Arizona Cardinals. Markus Golden, DE, Missouri. Golden has the physical tools to develop into a starting defensive end, but his production has been relatively lacking. He's a guy most people projected as a 4th or 5th round pick; he's a reach here. Grade: C+
27 (59). Denver Broncos. Ty Sambrailo, OT, Colorado State. Ask me about this pick again in 5 years. Sambrailo is the toughest tackle in this draft to analyze. Some think he's elite, some think he's terrible. Denver isn't a team with a lot of holes, and they're gambling on upside here. Sambrailo has lots of it. Grade: B
28 (60). Dallas Cowboys. Randy Gregory, OLB, Nebraska. With the 60th pick in the NFL draft, the Dallas Cowboys select a top-ten-caliber talent. If they can keep Randy Gregory out of trouble, then this is going to be one of the biggest steals in this year's draft. Great pick for the Cowboys, who need help on defense. Grade: A+
29 (61). Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Ali Marpet, G/C, Hobart. Marpet had a great showing at the combine and the senior bowl, but this feels like a reach. He's going to need a few years of development before he's ready to take on top talent in the NFL. Huge reach with huge upside. The Bucs are taking a big gamble here, but this could pay out in the long run. Grade: C+.
30 (62). Green Bay Packers. Quinten Rollins, CB, Miami (Ohio). An additional cornerback helps in Green Bay, and Rollins is a solid player, but Green Bay has much bigger holes than corner. I'd have gone tight end or ILB here. Good player, good fit, bigger needs. Grade: B+.
31 (63). Seattle Seahawks. Frank Clark, DE, Michigan. Clark is another guy that is a bit overdrafted. The Seahawks could have benefited more from a WR here, and there are other DE prospects out there. That being said, Clark has the potential to be a solid player. He has shown flashes of explosiveness, and fits Seattle's system. Grade: B.
32 (64). New England Patriots. Jordan Richards, SS, Stanford. Some of Bill Belichick's moves make sense. This isn't one of those moves. Yes, the Patriots need secondary help. However, this is a HUGE reach for Richards. He has coverage issues and needs to improve to be an every down starter at the next level. Grade: C.
1(65). Indianapolis Colts. D'Joun Smith, CB, Florida Atlantic. This is an interesting pick for Indy. They need a running back, but Smith offers a ton of upside. A small school player who has been flashy at times, Smith could develop into an NFL starter and will likely be a package guy early on in his career. Lots of upside though. Grade: B.
2 (66). Tennessee Titans. Jeremiah Poutasi, OG, Utah. With Cann still on the board, I would have taken him over Poutasi. Poutasi isn't a bad player, but Cann has more upside and more raw talent. That being said,Poutasi has the talent to contribute early in his career, and nice to see the Titans continuing to build around Mariota. Grade: B+.
3 (67). Jacksonville Jaguars. A.J. Cann, G, South Carolina. Great pick for the Jaguars. Cann is one of the top 3 guard prospects in the draft, and to get him here is a huge value. This is a team on the rise and with a solid effort on day 3, could be a surprise playoff team in 2016. Great move for Jacksonville. Grade: A+.
4 (68). Oakland Raiders. Clive Walford, TE, Miami. The Raiders need more offensive weapons for Carr, and Walford offers intriguing upside. This isn't a great year for tight ends, but Walford is one of the best players in a weak class. Good move for Oakland. Grade: B+.
5 (69). Seattle Seahawks. Tyler Lockett, WR, Kansas State. The Seahawks missed Percy Harvin in 2015, and Lockett is a speedy guy that offers Harvin-type speed. Russell Wilson needs some weapons to throw to, and Lockett immediately upgrades this offense, especially combined with Jimmy Graham. Grade: A-.
6 (70). Houston Texans. Jaelen Strong, WR, Arizona State. Andre Johnson is no longer in Houston, and the Texans need to fill the void left in his absence. Strong is a guy that some projected as a first round pick, and has huge upside. This is an excellent pick for Houston, and Strong should see a lot of action early in his career. Grade: A+.
7 (71). Chicago Bears. Hroniss Grasu, C, Oregon. The Bears continue to draft players who will likely start early on in their career. With Matt Garza moving on, Chicago needed a center, and Grasu is one of the best center talents in this year's draft. Solid pick at a position of need for the Bears. Grade: A.
8 (72). St. Louis Rams. Jamon Brown, OT, Louisville. Brown is a hard-working, great talent at the tackle position, and helps the Rams continue to build their offensive line. Smart pick for the Rams. Grade: A-.
9 (73). Atlanta Falcons. Tevin Coleman, RB, Indiana. Coleman is one of the top running back prospects in the draft. He is definitely a top 5 RB in this class, potentially a top 3. This is a huge value this late after several running backs are off the board. Good value for the Falcons here. Grade: A.
10 (74). New York Giants. Owamagbe Odighizuwa, DE, UCLA. Great pick for the Giants. Odighizuwa has the raw talent to become one of the elite pass rushers from this year's draft class. He's still raw, but has tons and tons of upside. Great value for the Giants at 74 overall. Grade: A+.
11 (75). New Orleans Saints. Garrett Grayson, QB, Colorado State. Drew Brees' replacement in a couple of seasons? While the Saints need a backup QB, there are better options than Grayson out there. Grayson has the upside to be the best QB from this class, but he also has many holes in his game and most likely will be a journeyman-type QB in the NFL. The Saints had other needs. Grade: C.
12 (76). Kansas City Chiefs. Chris Conley, WR, Georgia. The Chiefs need help at receiver, and Conley is a solid talent. Fun fact? Conley scored more TDs in his last season at Georgia than Chiefs WRs have scored in the last year. The Chiefs need help at this position, and Conley should be a good value here. Grade: B+.
13 (77). Cleveland Browns. Duke Johnson, RB, Miami. Johnson is a good running back, but why take him when you have two second year players on roster that have shown a few flashes? Johnson could take the starting role in Cleveland, but they had other needs as well. Still, RB helps. Grade: B.
14 (78). New Orleans Saints. P.J. Williams, CB, Florida State. Williams is a solid CB and the Saints need help on defense. Good pick for the Saints. Grade: B+.
15 (79). San Francisco 49ers. Eli Harold, OLB, Virginia. Harold is a guy that could have gone at the end of the first or beginning of the second round. The 49ers must have been thrilled to get him at 79. This is a great value pick for the 49ers, who need youth on their defense. Great pick. Grade: A+.
16 (80). Detroit Lions. Alex Carter, CB, Stanford. The Lions are finally addressing their holes at cornerback. Carter has some holes in his game but still could develop into a solid starter. The Lions needed help at corner and Carter will provide that. Grade: B+.
17 (81). Buffalo Bills. John Miller, G, Louisville. The Bills could use a few things here, but Miller provides them with a solid option at guard. Miller is talented, and should help Buffalo establish the run early and often with McCoy. Grade: A-.
18 (82). New York Jets. Lorenzo Mauldin, OLB, Louisville. Not a pick to be thoroughly excited about, but not a pick to hate either. Mauldin is a capable player who will see playing time and make some solid plays with the Jets. Decent pick. Grade: B.
19 (83). San Diego Chargers. Craig Mager, CB, Texas State. Mager feels like a reach here. Decent CB but a small school guy with some holes in his game. Lots of upside, but lots of risk. Grade: B-.
20 (84). Philadelphia Eagles. Jordan Hicks, OLB, Texas. Hicks would have gone much higher if he didn't have medical concerns. If he can stay healthy, he's going to be an outstanding player and a steal at 84 overall. Solid gamble pick for the Eagles. Grade: A-.
21 (85). Cincinnati Bengals. Tyler Croft, TE, Rutgers. Tyler Croft isn't a bad player, and the Bengals could use a TE to pair with Tyler Eifert. However, if they want a TE to pair with Eifert, they could just re-sign Jermaine Gresham, who remains a free agent. I don't get this pick. The Bengals had other, bigger needs. Grade: C.
22 (86). Arizona Cardinals. David Johnson, RB, Northern Iowa. Small school running back with tons of talent to add to their background. Johnson would have been a 2nd round pick if he played in a bigger program, and should do well at the next level. Good pick for the Cardinals. Grade: A.
23 (87). Pittsburgh Steelers. Sammie Coates, WR, Auburn. This is a big value pick for Pittsburgh. Coates should have gone higher in my opinion, and Big Ben will be happy to have another weapon to throw to. Solid pick. Grade: A+.
24 (88). Minnesota Vikings. Danielle Hunter, DE, LSU. Hunter is an extremely talented DE prospect who will make an impact for Mike Zimmer early in his career. Grade: B+.
25 (89). St. Louis Rams. Sean Mannion, QB, Oregon State. The Rams need a backup plan at QB just in case Foles isn't what they thought he was. Mannion is one of the more underrated QBs in the draft, and while this might be early for him, he's still a decent pick here. That being said, I would have rather seen them build around Foles and build a more complete offense. Grade: B-.
26 (90). Baltimore Ravens. Carl Davis, DT, Iowa. Davis is a defensive tackle prospect that is just slightly off of the top level of talent in this draft. This is a huge value pick for them at 90, and he should step right into Ngata's spot in the Baltimore Defense. Grade: A.
27 (91). Dallas Cowboys. Chaz Green, T, Florida. The Cowboys continue to build offensive line depth. Green feels like a developmental guy, and the Cowboys already have a deep line, so this pick could have been used to shore up other positions and address other needs. Still, Green isn't a bad developmental/depth player. Grade: B-.
28 (92). Denver Broncos. Jeff Heuerman, TE, Ohio State. The Broncos needed to replace Julius Thomas, and they do with this pick. Maxx Williams would have been a better option for them, but at 92 overall, Heuerman is a better value and Peyton can make any TE look good. Grade: B+.
29 (93). Indianapolis Colts. Henry Anderson, DE, Stanford. Solid rotational player who will see playing time as a rookie. Anderson has the potential to play a big role as a rotational guy early in his career even if he's not an every down starter early on. Good upside too. Grade: A-.
30 (94). Green Bay Packers. Ty Montgomery, WR, Stanford. Once again, the Packers ignore team needs to go for the top guy on their board. Montgomery is a solid WR with Cordarrelle Patterson-type ability, but they still need a TE. Grade: B.
31 (95). Washington Redskins. Matt Jones, RB, Florida. The Redskins could use a RB to pair with Alfred Morris, but this is a reach for Jones, especially with Jay Ajayi still on the board. Yes, Ajayi has injury concerns, but he's the better option here. Plus, RB isn't exactly a glaring need in Washington. Grade: C.
32 (96). Cleveland Browns. Xavier Cooper, DT, Washington State. Cleveland finishes revamping their defensive line rotation by adding Cooper, who is a high-character player with a strong work ethic and good technique. Grade: B.
33 (97). New England Patriots. Geneo Grissom, DE, Oklahoma. Grissom is a good player, but this is a slight reach as well; Grissom projected as a 5th or 6th round player. That being said, he played all over the field, and that's what Belichick most likely liked about him. He fits NE's system, and should see playing time early. Grade: B+.
34 (98). Kansas City Chiefs. Steven Nelson, CB, Oregon State. Nelson is a decent player who will likely be a rotational/substitution guy early on in his career. That being said, he has the upside to develop quickly into a starter in the NFL. Nice pick for the Chiefs late. Grade: A-.
35 (99). Cincinnati Bengals. Paul Dawson, ILB, TCU. Dawson reminds me a lot of Vontaze Burfict. First round talent, character questions and questions about his onfield abilities. Dawson was a steal at 99, and will likely play a major role in the Bengals defense in 2015, especially if Burfict isn't healthy. Grade: A+