NFL Mock Draft: Day 2 mock has Redskins address offense, avoid quarterback
85. Baltimore Ravens: EDGE Christian Miller, Alabama
After addressing their offense in the first round, the Ravens focus on defense in the second. They lost Terrell Suggs and C.J. Mosley in free agency, and they will need to replace them. There aren’t any inside linebackers worth picking at this point, so they’ll have to settle for edge help. Miller had a good senior season, logging eight sacks and emerging as a solid all-around player. He would certainly help to replace Suggs and should be a solid all-around player.
86. Houston Texans: OL Elgton Jenkins, Mississippi State
The Texans need to add more than one lineman in this draft. Elgton Jenkins could play either guard or center for the Texans and help settle things a bit more on their interior line. With Andre Dillard at left tackle, Matt Kalil on the inside with Nick Martin and Jenkins, the team’s line would look a lot better.
87. Chicago Bears: EDGE Ben Banogu, TCU
Khalil Mack has been terrific so far for the Bears, and his counterpart, Leonard Floyd, is solid too. That said, adding some depth behind them would be smart. Ben Banogu is a great athlete with a solid frame who could work well in a rotation. He had 34.5 tackles for loss and 17 sacks during his time at TCU, so using him to spell Mack and Floyd would be a smart move.
88. Detroit Lions: TE Kahale Warring, San Diego State
Warring is a rising prospect who could end up going in the third round of the draft. He has nice size (6-6) and good athletic ability. He is raw, but he could turn into a solid starter at tight end. The Lions have a gaping hole at the position, as Eric Ebron didn’t work for them, so perhaps they’ll take a chance on a talent like Warring if they can’t land one of the top tight ends in the class.