Recap: 2018 NFL Draft Rounds 2-3

April 28, 2018

Rounds 2 and 3 of the 2018 NFL Draft took place Friday night at AT&T Stadium in Dallas.  Here are some of the fantasy highlights and as well as a pick-by-pick summary.

+Derrius Guice to Redskins at No. 59
Ideal landing spot

+Steelers trade up to get Rudolph at No. 75
He’ll team up with former Oklahoma State teammate James Washington (drafted in Rd 2) in Pittsburgh

+Round 2 run on RB’s
No. 35 – Nick Chubb (Georgia) -> Browns
No. 38 – Ronald Jones (USC) -> Bucs
No. 43 – Kerryon Johnson (Auburn) -> Lions

+Dolphins grab a TE Mike Gesicki from Penn State with 42nd pick
He’ll be a great fit in the new look Dolphins’ offense under head coach Adam Gase and has clear path to starting job.

Here is a pick-by-pick summary:


Pick No. Team Player Position School
33 Browns Austin Corbett OL Nevada
34 Giants Will Hernandez G UTEP
35 Browns Nick Chubb RB Georgia
36 Colts Darius Leonard LB South Carolina State
37 Colts Braden Smith G Auburn
38 Buccaneers Ronald Jones II RB USC
39 Bears James Daniels C Iowa
40 Broncos Courtland Sutton WR SMU
41 Titans Harold Landry OLB Boston College
42 Dolphins Mike Gesicki TE Penn State
43 Lions Kerryon Johnson RB Auburn
44 49ers Dante Pettis WR Washington
45 Packers Josh Jackson CB Iowa
46 Chiefs Breeland Speaks DL Ole Miss
47 Cardinals Christian Kirk WR Texas A&M
48 Chargers Uchenna Nwosu OLB USC
49 Eagles Dallas Goedert TE South Dakota State
50 Cowboys Connor Williams OL Texas
51 Bears Anthony Miller WR Memphis
52 Colts Kemoko Turay DE Rutgers
53 Buccaneers M.J. Stewart CB North Carolina
54 Bengals Jessie Bates III S Wake Forest
55 Panthers Donte Jackson CB LSU
56 Patriots Duke Dawson CB Florida
57 Raiders P.J. Hall DL Sam Houston State
58 Falcons Isaiah Oliver CB Colorado
59 Redskins Derrius Guice RB LSU
60 Steelers James Washington WR Oklahoma State
61 Jaguars D.J. Chark WR LSU
62 Vikings Brian O’Neill OT Pittsburgh
63 Buccaneers Carlton Davis CB Auburn
64 Colts Tyquan Lewis DE Ohio State


Pick No. Team Player Position School
65 Raiders Brandon Parker OT North Carolina A&T
66 Giants Lorenzo Carter OLB Georgia
67 Browns Chad Thomas DE Miami (Fla.)
68 Texans Justin Reid S Stanford
69 Giants B.J. Hill DT N.C. State
70 49ers Fred Warner LB BYU
71 Broncos Royce Freeman RB Oregon
72 Jets Nathan Shepherd DT Fort Hays State
73 Dolphins Jerome Baker LB Ohio State
74 Redskins Geron Christian OT Louisville
75 Chiefs Derrick Ndadi DT Florida State
76 Steelers Mason Rudolph QB Oklahoma State
77 Bengals Sam Hubbard DE Ohio State
78 Bengals Malik Jefferson OLB Texas
79 Seahawks Rasheem Green DE USC
80 Texans Martinas Rankin C Mississippi State
81 Cowboys Michael Gallup WR Colorado State
82 Lions Tracy Walker S Louisiana-Lafayette
83 Ravens Orlando Brown OT Oklahoma
84 Chargers Justin Jones DT N.C. State
85 Panthers Rashaan Gaulden CB Tennessee
86 Ravens Mark Andrews TE Oklahoma
87 Raiders Arden Key DE LSU
88 Packers Oren Burks OLB Vanderbilt
89 Rams Joe Noteboom OT TCU
90 Falcons Deadrin Senat DT South Florida
91 Saints Tre’Quan Smith WR UCF
92 Steelers Chukwuma Okorafor OT Western Michigan
93 Jaguars Ronnie Harrison S Alabama
94 Buccaneers Alex Cappa OT Humboldt State
95 49ers Tarvarius Moore S Southern Miss
96 Bills Harrison Phillips DT Stanford
97 Cardinals Mason Cole C Michigan
98 Texans Jordan Akins TE UCF
99 Broncos Isaac Yiadom CB Boston College
100 Chiefs Dorian O’Daniel OLB Clemson

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