Re-stack your NFL draft board for Day 2
Alabama defensive lineman Jarran Reed, front no number, begins to run a drill in front of teammates during team practice for the NCAA Cotton Bowl college football game against Michigan State Monday, Dec. 28, 2015, in Arlington, Texas. (AP Photo/LM Otero)
FLOWERY BRANCH — Now that the bizarre first round is over, you can use our position-by-position series to re-stack your draft board for Day 2 of the NFL draft which starts at 7 p.m.
Several players projected to go in the first round are still on the board including Alabama’s Reggie Ragland, Jarran Reed and A’Shawn Robinson. UCLA linebacker Myles Jack is also still on the board.
NFL DRAFT 2016 – POSITION BY POSITION SERIES
Sunday, April 17 — QUARTERBACKS
Rams quest for franchise quarterback behind big trade –Wentz or Goff?
D. Led’s breakdown of the Quarterbacks
A look at the top 10 Quarterbacks in the draft
Monday — RUNNING BACKS
D Led’s breakdown of the Running backs — Is Derrick Henry the next Charles Muncie?
A look at the top 10 Running backs
Tuesday – WIDE RECEIVERS
D. Led’s breakdown of the Wide receivers
A look at the top 10 Wide receivers
Wednesday — TIGHT ENDS
D. Led’s breakdown of the Tight ends
A look at the top 10 tight ends
Thursday — OFFENSIVE LINEMEN
D. Led’s breakdown of the Offensive linemen
A look at the top 10 offensive linemen
Friday — DEFENSIVE LINEMEN
D. Led’s breakdown of the Defensive linemen
A look at the top 10 defensive linemen
Saturday, April 23 — LINEBACKERS
Falcons searching for hybrid linebacker/safeties
D. Led’s breakdown of the Linebackers
A look at the top 10 linebackers
Sunday, April 24 — CORNERBACKS
D. Led’s breakdown of the cornerbacks
A look at the top 10 cornerbacks
Monday, April 25 — SAFETIES
D. Led’s breakdown of the Safeties
A look at the top 10 Safeties
Tuesday, April 26
D. Led’s breakdown of the Specialists, kickers, punters and returners
A look at the top 5 punters and top 5 kickers
The AJC’s D. Orlando Ledbetter and CineSport’s Pete Mundo break down Atlanta’s selection of Florida safety Keanu Neal at #17 and look ahead to other needs the Falcons must address.