2018 NFL Draft: Grades and analysis for every team's pick in the second round
Pete Prisco grades every second-round pick of the 2018 NFL Draft
Day 2 of the 2018 NFL Draft is complete and Pete Prisco analyzed each pick from Round 2 of the 2018 NFL Draft, grading each team on its draft-night selections. Refresh this page during the round for the latest grades.
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33. Austin Corbett, OG, Nevada
This is a good pick of a guy scouts loved as a guard. He was a college tackle but will move to guard.
34. Will Hernandez, OG, UTEP
They had to get a mauler inside and this guy is certainly that. He will be an immediate starter.
35. Nick Chubb, RB, Georgia
This is where you take your backs. If Chubb's knees hold up, this is a good pick
36. Darius Leonard, OLB, South Carolina State
He was a guy who scouts kept mentioning as a riser late In the process. He is a playmaking linebacker who will upgrade their defense.
37. Braden Smith, OG, Auburn
The Colts clearly upgraded their line with Quenton Nelson and Smith. Good player, but they still have a ton of defensive needs.
38. Ronald Jones II, RB, USC
I think he will be a special back with home-run ability. Great pick.
39. James Daniels, C, Iowa
There were some medical concerns, but this is a good pick by the Bears. He can play guard or center.
40. Courtland Sutton, WR, SMU
I don't think he runs well enough and some scouts question if he's tough enough.
41. Harold Landry, DE, Boston College
If they get Landry from 2016 this will pay off in a big way. They need edge help, so it makes sense.
42. Mike Gesicki, TE, Penn State
They get one of the best pass-catching tight ends in the draft. Adam Gase will love him.
43. Kerryon Johnson, RB, Auburn
I love this pick. The Lions have their lead runner. He will be a big-time producer on the ground.
44. Dante Pettis, WR, Washington
I love what he will add to their offense and he's also a dynamic return man. Kyle Shanahan will love him.
45. Joshua Jackson, CB, Iowa
They add a guy who had first-round talent to go with Jaire Alexander. Jackson has great ball skills.
46. Breeland Speaks, LB, Mississippi
This is a little high for him, but they do need pass-rush help. He had seven sacks last year and is an interesting prospect.
47. Christian Kirk, WR, Texas A&M
They need to get faster and Kirk will do that. This is a young receiver to grow with Josh Rosen.
48. Uchenna Nwosu, LB, USC
He is a smallish pass rusher, but Gus Bradley will use him a variety of ways. Flexibility is important.
49. Dallas Goedert, TE, South Dakota St.
He is a nice pass-catching tight end who will replace Trey Burton. I like this pick for the Eagles.
50. Connor Williams, OT, Texas
I don't think he's a as good as many others do. Where does he play? Is Collins going back to guard?
51. Anthony Miller, WR, Memphis
The Bears land one of the best receivers in this draft. I think this kid will be a game-changer for Mitchell Trubisky.
52. Kemoko Turay, LB, Rutgers
He looks the part, but his production didn't match. He's a classic boom-or-bust prospect. But worth the risk for the Colts.
53. M.J. Stewart, CB, North Carolina
He's a tall corner who assesses a major need. It should be a wake-up call to Vernon Hargreaves.
54. Jessie Bates, S, Wake Forest
He is an athletic safety who will add some depth to a secondary that needs help.
55. Donte Jackson, CB, LSU
The Panthers wanted to get faster and they got the fastest player in this draft. He is a nice cover player but he is smallish at the position.
56. Duke Dawson, CB, Florida
He is a feisty corner who helps fill a major need. He's another Florida corner who might be better on the next level.
57. P.J. Hall, DT, Sam Houston St.
This is a little high with some other defensive tackles on the board. He is short but quick and strong, but they need help up front
58. Isaiah Oliver, CB, Colorado
This is a nice value pick in the second round. You can never have enough corners in this division.
59. Derrius Guice, RB, LSU
As a player, this is a great value. But there are major character concerns.
60. James Washington, WR, Oklahoma St.
They replace Martavis Bryant with a vertical threat, but he needs to learn to do more.
61. D.J. Chark, WR, LSU
They needed a bigger speed threat, but is he much more than a burner? He has to show it.
62. Brian O'Neill, OT, Pittsburgh
I love when a former basketball player who is a good athlete is taken as a tackle. Now they can keep Mike Remmers at guard if they want.
63. Carlton Davis, CB, Auburn
I liked this kid's tape. He's a feisty corner who was a three-year starter in a big-time conference. That matters.
64. Tyquan Lewis, DE, Ohio State
The Colts are trying to fix their pass rush, but this is high for him. He was really good in 2016.
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