Notre Dame's Louis Nix, the No. 2-rated defensive tackle and No. 24 overall prospect, was the top name still on the board, followed by Southern Cal wide receiver Marqise Lee.
UCLA guard Xavier Su'a Filo (No. 27 overall) is the top-rated offensive linemen entering Day2, while Fresno State quarterback Derek Carr sits in the most interesting position. The Houston Texans hold the top pick in Round 2, and Carr is the clear top-rated passer remaining, but the Texans would be hard-pressed to select the younger brother of the franchise's first ever draft pick - David Carr (2002), who struggled through five inglorious seasons with the expansion team.
The second and third rounds of the draft take place starting at 7 p.m. ET on Friday, with the remaining rounds taking place on Saturday.
TOP 10 AVAILABLE PLAYERS
1. DT Louis Nix, Notre Dame
The prototypical nose tackle, teams running a 3-4 scheme will be interested in the Notre Dame product early on day two. Off-season knee surgery is likely the main reason he fell out of the first round, but Nix is too talented of a big man to last long in the second round.
2. WR Marqise Lee, Southern Cal
Considered by some to be a no-brainer first rounder, Lee should begin a run of 5-7 receivers drafted in the second round. He battled some drops and the long-term durability with his slight frame is a concern, but he's a playmaker down the field and dangerous after the catch.
3. OG Xavier Su'a-Filo, UCLA
A blocker with starting experience at tackle and guard, Su'a-Filo is the top offensive lineman left on the board and one of the top guards available in this class. He needs to clean up a few mechanical flaws, but has the natural skill-set to step in early and be a reliable NFL starer.
4. QB Derek Carr, Fresno State
Who will be the first quarterback drafted on day two? The favorite is Carr, who has the golden arm and leadership intangibles that should have him come off the board somewhere in the top 50 picks. The Oakland Raiders at pick No. 36 are a strong possibility to land the in-state product.
5. OT Cyrus Kouandjio, Alabama
Just how bad are those knees? Kouandjio was dinged at the NFL Scouting Combine due to long-term durability concerns and although doctors later cleared him, it was enough to push him out of the top 32 picks. He has first round ability so in the second round, he becomes a value pick and worth the risk.
6. DT Timmy Jernigan, Florida State
A versatile interior player who can stuff the run, rush the passer and occupy multiple blocks, Jernigan's ability to play in any scheme will make him an attractive player on day two. A reported failed drug test at the Combine could be one of the reasons he didn't hear his name called in the first round.
7. DE Demarcus Lawrence, Boise State
A talented pass rusher, Lawrence emerged the last few seasons as one of the more underrated prospects in the country. He's still rough around the edges and multiple one-game suspensions are a black eye on his resume, but players like him that can bend the edge are always in high demand.
8. WR Allen Robinson, Penn State
One of the most productive targets in this draft, Robinson leaves Penn State second in school history in career catches (177). He isn't the fastest (4.58 40-yard dash) and needs to tighten his routes, but he accelerates well with aggressive hands to attack the ball and out-muscle defenders.
9. DE Kony Ealy, Missouri
A player with first round tools, Ealy has very smooth athleticism for his size with excellent movement skills and active hands, but just needs to understand how to use them. While raw in several areas, he is an attractive prospect to groom as left defensive end who can also kick inside to tackle.
10. OT Morgan Moses, Virginia
A mammoth human being, Moses lined up at left and right tackle in college with the length and wingspan to engulf rushers. He needs to improve his leverage and overall consistency, but projects as a reliable starter on either side and moves well for a player his size.