Round 1 is in the books, so who's still on the board for Day 2.
Missouri quarterback Drew Lock was 19th on my Harris 100 and I would've taken him well before Daniel Jones. But, he's sitting there at the top of the second round and I've got to say I'm surprised.
All of them are still on the board, minus Josh Jacobs. The run should begin later in Day 2 with guys like David Montgomery (Iowa State), Miles Sanders (Penn State) and Damien Harris (Alabama)
I didn't see two receivers going in the first round and if I had, one of them was certainly going to be from Ole Miss. That didn't happen. Physical freaks D.K. Metcalf and A.J. Brown are still on the board, in addition to Hakeem Butler (Iowa State), #31 on my Harris 100.
Irv Smith Jr. (Alabama) should be the next name off the draft board at the tight end position, but there should be a few more surprises at this position in Round 3.
Jawaan Taylor (Florida) and Cody Ford (Oklahoma) went in the first round in nearly every single mock draft that I read over the past few months. Now, Taylor's fall, if you will, might be related to some injuries that he suffered, while I'm not real sure what kept Ford out of the first round. Dalton Risner (Kansas State) and center Erik McCoy (Texas A&M) are two other players that shouldn't have to wait long to hear their names on Friday night. One other prospect to keep an eye on at the start of Round 2 is offensive tackle Greg Little (Ole Miss).
This was a draft for the big fellas on the defensive line. It felt like nearly every pick in the first round was a defensive linemen. That doesn't leave a ton of them on the board for the start of Friday night. The next interior defensive lineman on my Harris 100 is #57 Dremont Jones (Ohio State).
In a similar way, the edge players came jumping off the board in the first round, but D'Andre Walker (Georgia), #52 on the Harris 100, remains on the board. Another couple of edge rushers to watch in Round 2 are Anthony Nelson (Iowa) and Jaylon Ferguson (La. Tech). Nelson is at #59 and Ferguson is at #65.
Given the Texans strength at this position, I didn't spend a ton of time with the inside linebackers as I normally would leading up to the draft. The clear cut number three behind the two Devins that were taken in the top 10 of this draft is Mack Wilson (Alabama) - I have him at #35 on my Harris 100. I liked him much more than some, even if there were some issues for Wilson in his career at Alabama.
There were only two safeties taken in the first round - Darnell Savage (Maryland - Green Bay) and Johnathan Abram (Mississippi State - Oakland). That leaves guys like Nasir Adderley (Delaware), Juan Thornhill (Virginia), Chauncey Gardner-Johnson (Florida), Deionte Thompson (Alabama) and Amani Hooker (Iowa). I have second-round grades on all of those safety prospects.
There was only one selected in the first round - Deandre Baker (Georgia), so that leaves a ton of capable options in the second round. It starts with Greedy Williams (LSU) a mild surprise to not have been taken in the first round, as was Byron Murphy (Washington). Furthermore, Rock Ya-Sin (Temple), Julian Love (Notre Dame), Trayvon Mullen (Clemson), Lonnie Johnson (Kentucky), Sean Bunting (Central Michigan) and Isaiah Johnson (Houston) are all valued as second/early third cornerback prospects. A team with a corner need should find, at least, one on Friday night. Know of a team like that?