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Rounds 2-3 NFL mock draft: Jaguars stop Myles Jack's fall

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With Round 1 of the 2016 NFL Draft in the books, here's a look at how Rounds 2-3 could play out on Friday night. There are still highly talented players available.

Round 2


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A'Shawn Robinson - DT, Alabama

Browns get a big-time run stuffer with the potential to become a better pass rusher than he is now.

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Xavien Howard - CB, Baylor

Howard is the darling of a few teams out there, and the Titans might be one of them.

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34

Kevin Dodd - DE, Clemson

While Dallas would make a big splash by picking Myles Jack, Dodd fits a huge need here.

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35

Hunter Henry - TE, Arkansas

Perfect potential fit with Henry learning from Antonio Gates and stepping into some instant playing time.

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36

Noah Spence - DE, Eastern Kentucky

Ravens address their edge concerns with a boom-or-bust talent.

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37

Reggie Ragland - LB, Alabama

Medical concerns have caused him to drop, but he's physically imposing and has the thumper mentality that the Chiefs love.

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38

Myles Jack - LB, UCLA

Injury concerns have led to his freefall. He'd be a perfect fit here.

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39

Jason Spriggs - OT, Indiana

Spriggs gives Tampa a talented tackle. The Bucs could swing Donovan Smith to the right side.

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40

Tyler Boyd - WR, Pittsburgh

Giants add another target who can complement Odell Beckham's speed.

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41

Chris Jones - DE, Mississippi State

Big, talented and inconsistent. Jones is a prototypical 3-4 defensive end with rush potential.

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42

Mackensie Alexander - CB, Clemson

Dolphins get their cornerback and Alexander gets a chance to play in an aggressive scheme.

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43

Sterling Shepard - WR, Oklahoma

The Titans are looking for a consistent wide receiver and while Shepard duplicates Kendall Wright in some regards, he is as consistent as the sun setting.

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44

Le'Raven Clark - OT, Texas Tech

Traits-based tackle with loads of potential, but needs loads of work. Could become a starter by 2017.

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45

T.J. Green - S, Clemson

Safety who blew up the combine. He offers cover skills from the slot as well.

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46

Jarran Reed - DT, Alabama

Quite frankly, this is way too low for his talent level. Will play in the NFL for years. Devastating hands and upper-body strength.

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47

Cody Whitehair - OG, Kansas State

Another guy who should go earlier. Rock-steady guard prospect with outstanding body control. Might have a future at center.

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48

Kamalei Correa - OLB, Boise State

Twitchy edge talent whose traits are stronger than his tape at this time. He has the potential to become an effective starter.

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49

Jonathan Bullard - DE, Florida

Not a sexy pick, but has the ability to play along the line of scrimmage and can get to the other side of the line.

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50

Emmanuel Ogbah - DE, Oklahoma State

Powerful from the edge and incredibly productive in college. His power complements Vic Beasley's edge speed.

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51

Connor Cook - QB, Michigan State

Cook finally comes off the board to a team with a need to find its quarterback of the future.

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52

Shon Coleman - OT, Auburn

With Duane Brown trying to come back from injury and carrying a large cap number, Coleman offers potential help right now.

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53

Nick Martin - C, Redskins

Redskins get a tough guy in the middle with an ability to help the run game. Good team fit here.

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54

Christian Westerman - OG, Arizona State

Technically sound with an ability to step in and challenge for a starting role immediately. Good talent.

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55

Andrew Billings - DT, Baylor

Billings can work into the rotation and eventually become a starter.

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56

Sean Davis - CB, Maryland

Height, weight, speed and athleticism are all there. Seahawks love the traits and Davis has them. Can play corner or safety.

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57

Deion Jones - LB, LSU

Linebacker with tremendous speed and range. Many NFL insiders believe Jones has sneaky-high upside.

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58

Vonn Bell - S, Ohio State

Coverage-based safety who teams with Artie Burns to help the Steelers tighten up their shaky back end.

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59

Jihad Ward - DE, Illinois

Ward is transitioning from the defensive end spot to a more hybrid spot in this scheme. Has potential as an interior rusher.

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60

Derrick Henry - RB, Alabama

Doesn't this just feel right? One of the ultimate bangers can handle a heavy workload. Henry could truly flourish in this spot.

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61

Maliek Collins - DT, Nebraska

Has disruptive, one-gap qualities. Could be an interesting fit along with Malcom Brown.

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62

Michael Thomas - WR, Ohio State

Panthers pick up receiving help to add to Cam Newton's corps of targets.

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63

Austin Johnson - DT, Penn State

Johnson could go earlier because his motor is so good and he plays so hard. Wade Phillips loves these types of workers.

Follow Lance Zierlein on Twitter @LanceZierlein.

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