32) Cleveland Browns: Emmanuel Ogbah, DE: The Browns have plenty of picks, which is good because they have plenty of needs. Ogbah has the makeup to add some ferocity to a defensive line that was severely lacking in such last season. It will be very interesting to see what happens with the rest of Cleveland's draft from here.
34) Dallas Cowboys: Jaylon Smith, LB: Wow, and our first major surprise of the night comes with the third pick of the night. Nobody thought Smith would even get drafted by the end of Round 3, much less with the third pick in Round 2. Smith might not even be able to play this year given his knee injury, so this is a curious pick for a team that seems to be in "win now" mode.
» Alex Gelhar: Holy crap, Jaylon Smith?!?! I can't believe this ... and here I thought Rounds 2 and 3 were going to be a bit more tame. Really rooting for Smith, though.
35) San Diego Chargers: Hunter Henry, TE: Henry is easily the best tight end in this draft and should slide in to take over the slot left vacant by Ladarius Green (Steelers). More importantly, this makes Henry the heir apparent to Antonio Gates whose days in the NFL are definitely numbered. In the short term, there might not be much fantasy value here as rookie tight ends are rarely productive, but Henry has the chance to be a very nice option at the position down the road.
» MG: I love this pick here. I'd be interested to see if the Chargers are going to use any multiple tight end sets this season. Regardless, I wouldn't hesitate to spend a pick later in my dynasty rookie drafts on a player who could be a solid producer at his position in the years to come.
» AG: Henry will be a dynamite dynasty pick, but will need a year in redraft unless Gates gets nicked up. Fantastic pick.
36) Jacksonville Jaguars (trade): Myles Jack, LB: Pop some champagne in Duval county, friends, as the Jaguars have selected their second true blue chip player in the draft by ending Myles Jack's fall. This is a fantastic pick bolstering an already intriguing defense that has fantasy sleeper written all over it.
» AG: My word the Jaguars are having an excellent draft. I'm already slotting them in as a defense I'll be trying to draft with one of my final picks in plenty of leagues this fall.
» Adam Rank: Hey everybody! I finally made it to the party. Don't ask where I was at. But I'm just here to let all of those who have talked bad about the Jaguars over the past few years know that I'm on to you. And I won't let you jump on the bandwagon. I'll name names!
37) Kansas City Chiefs: Chris Jones, DT: Jones probably isn't going to be expected to make an immediate impact on a defensive line that is pretty well stocked at the moment. But with Dontari Poe possibly moving on after this season, there's a chance for him to learn for a year before taking over in the middle. In the meantime, it's added depth for one of the better fantasy defenses.
» AG: So Marcas, we've had a run on defensive players here. Which skill position player are you most looking forward to seeing drafted today from a fantasy perspective?
40) New York Giants: Sterling Shepard, WR: The Giants fill a need with the best player still on the board at his position. They now have one of the most talented route-running duos in the league with Shepard and OBJ. He'll be able to pick up all of Rueben Randle's targets, plus a few more, and will have immediate value in fantasy leagues this fall. Shepard will absolutely be worth a late-round flier and will see probably see his stock rise as the season draws nearer. As for dynasty leagues, he's now probably a first-round pick after the big wide receivers go off the board
» AR: I feel like Eli is going to be a trendy pick for the fantasy enthusiast who likes to wait on a QB. Oh, I should note it's Eli Manning. Now that there are two Elis on the team, I'd better be safe and differentiate. Great pick for the Giants. I might start him when the team takes on Washington since Josh Norman will probably get OBJ thrown out of the game.
45) Tennessee Titans: Derrick Henry, RB: Well, things certainly got interesting the Titans backfield with this pick. The team traded for DeMarco Murray this offseason, but now Henry's arrival clouds the backfield split and effectively ruins the value of both players. This pushes Henry down dynasty rookie drafts, and redrafts as well. Fantasy owners will need time to sift through this backfield and come up with any sort of clear picture.
» AR: The crying Jordan face will now be placed on DeMarco Murray. What has he done to make people upset? I guess it's for the best because now I won't over-draft either running back. Because you totally know I was going to.
» AG: Way to go, Titans, ruining more talented running backs for fantasy purposes. Why do NFL General Managers hate us? WHY?!?!
47) New Orleans Saints: Michael Thomas, WR: This is a really good fit for the Saints, who could use some help opposite of Brandin Cooks. Thomas is one of the most talented receivers in this draft, but feel like he wasn't given much of a chance because of the shoddy quarterback play at Ohio State. That kind of stuff shouldn't be a problem with Drew Brees.
49) Seattle Seahawks (trade): Jarran Reed, DT: The Bears apparently have decided to take the second round off. And I don't know why they are doing Dick Butkus like that. But Seattle trades up to get a pretty good pick for the middle of its defense. This is a really great value pick and he should be able to stuff the run for the Hawks.
» AR: That's mean. Just mean.
51) New York Jets: Christian Hackenberg, QB: The Jets go out and get a quarterback, but this pick isn't likely to have Ryan Fitzpatrick quaking in his boots. Hackenberg shows flashes, but he's far too inconsistent to really be considered for the team's starting job. We'll continue to wait and see what the Jets do with the QB job but it's not likely to be Hackenberg.
» AG: Fitzpatrick has to come back, right? The Jets won't waste a fantasy roster this good with terrible quarterback play in 2016, will they? WILL THEY?!?!
53) Washington Redskins: Su'a Cravens, LB:With teams looking for more players who can handle the Deone Bucannon-like hybrid option, Washington gets a nice pick in Cravens. He's just a comfortable as a run stopper or pass rusher as he is working as a safety. That could come in handy in an offensive minded NFC East.
» AG: Man, I'm not in love with the Boyd pick for Cincinnati. He's a good player, but I think that team needed speed and that is what Boyd lacks. He could be a nice chain mover, but they already had Tyler Eifert and Giovani Bernard to do that. Curious pick for me, and one I'll be staying away from in fantasy for the most part.
» AR: SUPER BOWL!!!!!
» AR: But seriously, I like that Bears pick. You have to get that line in check to compete in the NFC North. Not the sexiest name, but pretty good.
» MG: No, but seriously ... the Bucs took a kicker! In the second round! That pretty much means he's getting drafted in every fantasy league, right?
60) New England Patriots: Cyrus Jones, CB: We had to wait until pick No. 60 before the Patriots made a selection. But now they've added another cornerback to go along with Malcolm Butler and strengthen what was a weak spot for the club. You just know that this is going to work out great for Bill Belichick.
» MG: You know what would be cool? Just hear me out on this. But ... offensive players. Help us out in Round 3, will ya?
» AR: Seriously Penn State fans, stop with the Hackenberg stuff. You can be both a fan and rational at the same time.
» AR: BTW, kicker!
» AR: First of all, props to MJD for getting that name right when he read the selection. Well done. And second, Duuuuuuuuval! Don't act like you've been here all along, pundits. I dare you to pick the Jags to miss the playoffs. I dare you!
» AG: WHERE'S THE OFFENSE?! I'd like some of the running backs to be taken, please. Not because I'm bored or anything, but because they'd be good fits with these teams.
» AR: SUPER BOWL!!!!
» AR: Crying Jordan memes for all of those Jay Ajayi fans out there. You know who you are! Although you have to wonder if they drafted him for his special teams skills, and not to be a featured back. Although that might be more wishing than anything.
» AR: The Lakers just hired Luke Walton! Hell yeah! Kevin Durant is coming to Los Angeles!
» MG: Can we wait until the Warriors hoist another trophy before we get into this? But Kenyan Drake to Miami? Yay, for Jay ... Ajayi!
» AG: I'm super shocked Drake was the third running back off the board, but I guess I'm happy because it gives Ajayi a better shot at remaining the No. 1 back in Miami. Still waiting for Dixon and Booker to come off the board.
» AR: Kevin Faulk should have ripped the mic out of the stand so he could have dropped it. That was a pretty nice moment.
» AR: Justin Hardy is one of my sleepers for the coming year, not that any of you asked. But you really should have asked.
» AR: What the hell,Jets? Man, this draft was getting boring. I was hoping you would do something to spice things up. This wasn't it.
» AR: Dear NFL announcers. We know that Miller played quarterback in college. You don't need to hit us over the head with it every time he does something amazing. BTW, Yahoo his spin move from earlier this year. Dude has some sick skills.
86) Miami Dolphins: Leonte, Carroo, WR: The Dolphins had a receiver with good size, but he's not exactly a burner. He produced at a high level, but injuries and off-the-field concerns nuked his coverage during his senior season. He does have the size, hands and the blocking ability to be a starter in this league.
» AR: Kessler was a highly-rated recruit out of high school. And I really have to believe that the coaching situation at USC hurt his production on the field. If the Browns can bring him along slowly, as you figure, he could be a great value.
97) Seattle Seahawks: Rees Odhlambo, G: He's the caliber of player who could really thrive under Tom Cable.
» AR: I feel like we should just push through and do the fourth-round, right? What time is it on the East Coast? It's not like you have to work tomorrow. Great night for Ohio State. I think they had like 40 guys drafted in the first three rounds. People will smack them for not winning last year, but they did win two years ago. So give them a break.
» AR: Dan Hellie is wearing a pretty nice suit. Stick around for Total Access, won't you?