2015 NFL Mock Draft 2.0: 2nd Round

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56.) Pittsburgh Steelers – OLB Hau’oli Kikaha, Washington

He’s probably going to struggle in coverage, but Kikaha has a lot of upside as a pass rusher and that is what the Steelers need right now. Even if they bring back free agent Jason Worilds, they still need help off the edge and Kikaha proved he can get to the QB.

57.) Carolina Panthers – WR Phillip Dorsett, Miami

The Panthers scored with their pick of Kelvin Benjamin last year but they have little to no talent besides him at WR. Dorsett would give the Panthers a deep threat they haven’t had since Cam Newton arrived. The Benjamin / Dorsett combo could eventually become one of the more dangerous pairings in the league.

58.) Baltimore Ravens – RB Tevin Coleman, Indiana

The Ravens got a surprisingly effective season from journeyman RB Justin Forsett, but he is a free agent and may get an offer the Ravens can’t afford to match. Last year’s 4th round pick RB Lorenzo Taliaferro is a solid between-the-tackles back, but Coleman has legit 3-down potential and the break away speed that no other Ravens’ back has.

59.) Denver Broncos – TE Clive Walford, Miami

With the inevitable loss of Julius Thomas the Broncos need a replacement at tight end and get a good one in Walford. He’s had some knee injuries which are a bit of red flag, but when healthy Walford is a competent blocker with NFL athleticism and soft hands. Walford could have a monster season with Manning at QB.

60.) Dallas Cowboys – DT Michael Bennett, Ohio St

The Cowboys have already lost DT Henry Melton and are likely to lose DEs Anthony Spencer and George Selvie in free agency. Bennett should be able to step in to Melton’s 3-tech position on day 1 and provide similar production.

61.) Indianapolis Colts – CB Ronald Darby. Florida St

The Colts have a lock down corner in Vontae Davis, but little else at the position. Darby has the speed and athleticism to play corner in the NFL and eventually could give the Colts the talent they need in the secondary to beat the top teams in the AFC.

62.) Green Bay Packers – ILB Stephone Anthony, Clemson

The Packers were short at ILB before they released A.J. Hawk this off-season. Anthony has the ability to be a 3-down player who is solid in all aspects of the game.

63.) Seattle Seahawks – CB Alex Carter, Stanford

The Seahawks are going to lose starting corner Byron Maxwell in free agency, but could replace him with a similar and perhaps more talented player in Carter. He’s a perfect fit for the Seahawks press coverage scheme.

64.) New England Patriots – G Tre Jackson, Florida St

The Pats interior line struggled at times last season and could use an influx of power. They got the job done last year, but a mauling run bloker like Jackson could help re-ignite their interior running game.