NFL Mock Draft: Day 2 mock has Redskins address offense, avoid quarterback
81. Minnesota Vikings: WR Terry McLaurin, Ohio State
The Vikings could use a third receiver for their offense. Laquon Treadwell hasn’t panned out so far, and last year, former Redskins receiver Aldrick Robinson was playing key snaps for the team. Terry McLaurin averaged 20 yards per catch and had 11 touchdowns last year for Ohio State, and he’s a great special teams player. The Vikings could use him in a multitude of ways, so he should garner consideration here.
82. Tennessee Titans: WR David Sills, West Virginia
The Titans added a slot weapon in Adam Humphries during free agency. Now, they add a big red-zone target to take some attention away from Corey Davis. Sills played receiver in each of the past two seasons and posted an absurd 33 touchdowns during those two years. He isn’t a great athlete, but he should be a jump-ball threat and will win some physical battles for the ball. Marcus Mariota will like lobbing up passes to him, especially in the end-zone.
83. Pittsburgh Steelers: WR DaMarkus Lodge, Ole Miss
The run on receivers continues. The Steelers need to add some more depth at receiver after trading Antonio Brown. While Lodge hasn’t got as much attention as his Ole Miss teammates, he has a nice skill set and could find a home as a No. 2 receiver at the NFL level. Pairing Lodge with JuJu Smith-Schuster and James Washington would be a good move for the Steelers.
84. Seattle Seahawks: S Juan Thornhill, Virginia
The Seahawks like athletes and they could use another defensive back. Thornhill played well at Virginia and looked great on the field at the combine. His interviews weren’t very good, but the Seahawks may be willing to overlook them, as they look to continue to add athletes to their defense.