NFL Mock Draft: Day 2 mock has Redskins address offense, avoid quarterback
41. Denver Broncos: DL Zach Allen, Boston College
The Broncos could use some extra talent on the defensive line. Zach Allen is one of the best players on the board and is flying under the radar in a top-heavy defensive line class. He has a well-rounded skill set and while he could use some more pass-rushing moves for the next level, he has the skills needed to thrive as a scheme-versatile defensive lineman. The Broncos will be happy to land him here.
42. Cincinnati Bengals: OT Kaleb McGary, Washington
The Bengals decided to sign John Miller and Bobby Hart to big free-agent deals in the offseason. That’s not going to help their offensive line much, as both of those players are backup caliber guys. They need to add some starting competition for the right side of the line. McGary is a late riser who should go on Day 2. He has a massive frame (6-7, 317 pounds) and showed well on tape. He could be a strong player at right tackle for the NFL level, so grabbing him here is a sensible move.
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43. Detroit Lions: DL Jeffery Simmons, Mississippi State
With their third pick in the draft, the Lions can take a chance on an injured talent. Simmons probably would have been a top-20 pick before suffering a torn ACL in the pre-draft process. Simmons had 30 tackles for loss and seven sacks over the past two seasons combined, and he could be a weapon down the road for Matt Patricia’s defense. Even if he doesn’t play in 2019, he could be a steal for the Lions down the road.
44. Green Bay Packers: EDGE Chase Winovich, Michigan
The Packers will probably be a bit sad about missing out on Simmons here, but Chase Winovich is a fine consolation prize. The Packers have added to their edge rush in free agency by signing Za’Darius and Preston Smith, but they could still use some depth at the position. Winovich is a high-motor guy who was consistently productive at Michigan. He would be an ideal rotational player, and the Packers could figure out a way to use all three pass rushers in packages to improve their defense.