2017 NFL Mock Draft: Final Four-Round Predictions

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​Round 2 (Picks 49-64)

249WashingtonLarry Ogunjobi, DT
250BuccaneersAlvin Kamara, RB
251BroncosDion Dawkins, OG/OT
252Brownsvia TENSidney Jones, CB
253LionsAlex Anzalone, LB
254DolphinsRaekwon McMillan, ILB
255GiantsAntonio Garcia, OT
256RaidersAdoree Jackson, CB
257TexansBudda Baker, FS/CB
258SeahawksKevin King, CB
259ChiefsJuJu Smith-Schuster, WR
260CowboysAdam Shaheen, TE
261PackersRyan Anderson, OLB
262SteelersEvan Engram, TE
263FalconsMarcus Maye, SS
264Panthersvia NEDan Feeney, OG

57. Texans select Budda Baker, Defensive Back
Baker is a Swiss Army knife who will give the Texans' secondary flexibility. He's everywhere on the field -- he earned 71 tackles, 2 interceptions, and 6 passes defended in his final year -- and he would instantly upgrade their safety and slot spots.

numberFire Says: The Texans ranked sixth-best in Adjusted Defensive Passing NEP per play in 2016, but Baker will solidify that, especially with Kevin Johnson's injuries and Johnathan Joseph's age.

60. Cowboys select Adam Shaheen, Tight End
At 6'6'' and 278 pounds, Shaheen dominated an inferior level of competition to the tune of 867 yards and 16 touchdowns last season. He's incredibly athletic, but will need time to adjust to the NFL, and can do so sitting behind veteran Jason Witten.

numberFire Says: At some point, the Cowboys need to find Witten's replacement. Additionally, Dallas' wideouts posted the seventh-lowest Reception NEP per target in the league.

64. Panthers select Dan Feeney, Offensive Guard
Medical concerns may drive teams away, but not only was Feeney a four-year starter at Indiana, he also played multiple positions, filling in for injured teammates. In 45 career games, Feeney allowed just two sacks.

numberFire Says: Carolina's offense struggled behind poor offensive line play, ranking 21st in rushing success rate and 24th in Sack NEP allowed. A number of upgrades are needed.