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2015 NFL Draft: Best players available in the second round

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The first round of the 2015 NFL Draft is over. Players have been selected, hats have been worn and Twitter spoiled the picks... again. But there are still SIX more rounds left to go this weekend and the Ravens still have nine more picks left to make. On Friday night, the NFL will hold rounds two and three starting at 7:00 PM Eastern on NFL Network and ESPN2.

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The first round of the 2015 NFL Draft is over. Players have been selected, hats have been worn and Twitter spoiled the picks... again. But there are still SIX more rounds left to go this weekend and the Ravens still have nine more picks left to make. On Friday night, the NFL will hold rounds two and three starting at 7:00 PM Eastern on NFL Network and ESPN2.

There are still a lot of really good players left on the board after day one. A few of them were even expected to go in the first round with fewer still expected to be top 10 capable picks. We've covered guys like Randy Gregory, Dorial Green-Bekham and La'El Collins slipping down due to character issues, so it is worth keeping an eye on those players as the second round starts.

List courtesy of Dan Kadar at Mocking The Draft

5. Randy Gregory, 6'6, 240 pounds, OLB/DE, Nebraska
12. La'el Collins, 6'4 5/8, 308 pounds, OT, LSU
13. Eddie Goldman, 6'4, 320 pounds, DT, Florida State
17. Dorial Green-Beckham, 6'6, 225 pounds, WR, Oklahoma
19. Eric Kendricks, 6'0, 230 pounds, ILB, UCLA
22. T.J. Clemmings, 6'4 5/8, 307 pounds, OT, Pittsburgh
23. Landon Collins, 6'0, 222 pounds, S, Alabama
28. Jaelen Strong, 6'3, 212 pounds, WR, Arizona State
29. Maxx Williams, 6'4, 250 pounds, TE, Minnesota
30. Paul Dawson, 6'2, 230 pounds, OLB, TCU
31. Owamagbe Odighizuwa, 6'3 1/2, 266 pounds, DE, UCLA
32. P.J. Williams, 6'0, 196 pounds, CB, Florida State
33. Jalen Collins, 6'2, 198 pounds, CB, LSU
35. Preston Smith, 6'4 3/4, 270 pounds, DE, Mississippi State
37. Jay Ajayi, 6'0, 216 pounds, RB, Boise State
38. Jordan Phillips, 6'6, 334 pounds, DT, Oklahoma
39. Denzel Perryman, 5'10 5/8, 242 pounds, ILB, Miami
41. Carl Davis, 6'4 5/8, 321 pounds, DT, Iowa
42. Benardick McKinney, 6'5, 249 pounds, ILB, Mississippi State
43. A.J. Cann, 6'3, 313 pounds, G, South Carolina
44. Jake Fisher, 6'6 1/8, 306 pounds, OT, Oregon
45. Michael Bennett, 6'2, 288 pounds, DT, Ohio State
46. Clive Walford, 6'4 1/8, 254 pounds, TE, Miami
47. Tevin Coleman, 6'1, 210 pounds, RB, Indiana
48. Devin Smith, 6'0 3/8, 190 pounds, WR, Ohio State
50. Markus Golden, 6'2 1/4, 255 pounds, DE, Missouri
52. Quinten Rollins, 5'11, 193 pounds, CB, Miami (OH)
54. Devin Funchess, 6'5, 230 pounds, WR, Michigan
55. Ameer Abdullah, 5'8 1/4, 198 pounds, RB, Nebraska
56. Grady Jarrett, 6'0 7/8, 288 pounds, DT, Clemson
57. Eli Harold, 6'4, 250 pounds, OLB/DE, Virginia
59. Ronald Darby, 5'11, 195 pounds, CB, Florida State
60. Lorenzo Mauldin, 6'3 5/8, 256 pounds, OLB/DE, Louisville
62. Alex Carter, 6'0, 202 pounds, CB, Stanford
64. Eric Rowe, 6'0 3/4, 205 pounds, S/CB, Utah
66. Hau'oli Kikaha, 6'2 1/2, 246 pounds, OLB/DE, Washington
67. Ellis McCarthy, 6'5, 325 pounds, DT, UCLA
68. Nate Orchard, 6'3 1/4, 251 pounds, OLB/DE, Utah
69. Hayes Pullard, 6'0 1/4, 236 pounds, ILB, Southern California
70. Jesse James, 6'7, 254 pounds, TE, Penn State
72. Mario Edwards, 6'3, 294 pounds, DE, Florida State
73. Trey Flowers, 6'2 1/2, 268 pounds, DE, Arkansas
74. Duke Johnson, 5'9, 206 pounds, RB, Miami
75. T.J. Yeldon, 6'2, 221 pounds, RB, Alabama
76. Henry Anderson, 6'6 3/8, 287 pounds, DE, Stanford
77. Brett Hundley, 6'3, 227 pounds, QB, UCLA
78. Danielle Hunter, 6'5 1/8, 252 pounds, DE, LSU
79. Xavier Cooper, 6'4, 299 pounds, DT, Washington State
80. Daryl Williams, 6'5, 327 pounds, OT, Oklahoma
81. Sammie Coates, 6'1 3/4, 213 pounds, WR, Auburn
82. Tre Jackson, 6'4, 330 pounds, G, Florida State
83. Ali Marpet, 6'3 3/4, 307 pounds, G/OT, Hobart College
84. Jeremiah Poutasi, 6'6, 330 pounds, OT, Utah
85. Kevin White, 5'9 3/8, 180 pounds, CB, TCU
86. Hroniss Grasu, 6'3, 297 pounds, C, Oregon
87. Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, 5'10, 185 pounds, CB, Oregon
88. James Sample, 6'2 1/8, 209 pounds, S, Louisville
89. Rob Havenstein, 6'7 3/8, 332 pounds, OT, Wisconsin
90. Jamison Crowder, 5'8 1/8, 174 pounds, WR, Duke
92. Marcus Hardison, 6'3 1/8, 311 pounds, DT, Arizona State
93. David Cobb, 5'10 3/4, 229 pounds, RB, Minnesota
94. Steven Nelson, 5'10 1/8, 197 pounds, CB, Oregon State
95. Tyler Lockett, 5'9 5/8, 181 pounds, WR, Kansas State
96. Josue Matias, 6'6, 325 pounds, G, Florida State
97. Josh Shaw, 6'0 5/8, 203 pounds, CB, Southern California
98. Za'Darius Smith, 6'4 5/8, 270 pounds, DE, Kentucky
99. Donovan Smith, 6'5 3/4, 341 pounds, OT, Penn State
100. Joey Mbu, 6'2 3/4, 315 pounds, DT, Houston

For Baltimore, they selected wide receiver Breshad Perriman with their first round pick, but could still go after wide receivers in the second round with Jaelen Strong and Dorial Green-Beckham are still available. The Ravens have made it no secret that they want a pass rusher and Randy Gregory sits atop the BPA lists. Corner back is something that the Ravens could target in the second round with P.J. Williams and Jalen Collins not too far down the list. The tight end Maxx Williams could see the Ravens' interest as current tight end Dennis Pitta's return is still up in the air.

Round 2:
#58
Round 3:
#90
Round 4:
#122
#125 (From Detroit for Haloti Ngata)
#136 (Comp pick)
Round 5:
#158 (From Detroit for Haloti Ngata)
#171 (Comp pick)
#175 (Comp pick)
Round 6:
#203 (From Dallas for Rolando McClain)

Who from this list would you want the Ravens to draft? Anyone worthy of moving up or is there a guy you think falls to the Ravens?