Seattle- DE Darrell Taylor (Tenn), IL Damien Lewis (LSU)
Never doubt Pete Carroll and his ability to build a good defense. As long as Russell Wilson is healthy, this team has a shot. If the defense can just not suck for half a quarter every game, then Wilson can get you wins. Darrell Taylor and Damien Lewis seem like worthy picks for the vaunted Seahawks defense.
Grade: B+ (Would like more balance with their draft, and maybe go get a running back in case Chris Carson gets hurt again.)
San Francisco – None
After a great first day, San Francisco didn’t do anything in day two.
Grade: F (Hello, McFly, hello!?)
Arizona – OT Josh Jones (Houston)
Not an impressive hall in on day two, but Josh Jones is a position of need. He easily could’ve been a first-rounder had the breaks went differently but instead the Cardinals get a steal in round three.
Grade: B (He still fell for a reason, however.)
Los Angeles (Rams) – RB Cam Akers (FSU), WR Van Jefferson (Florida), OLB Terrell Lewis (Alabama), SAF Terrell Burgess (Utah)
The Rams need so much help and look they might have gotten it. When you get four starting quality players in two rounds, you did something right. Now they just need to hope that Terrell Lewis and Terrell Burgess can be what the defense needs and that Van Jefferson and Cam Akers step up on offense and fill in where needed.
Grade: A- (I’m not unimpressed with these names.)