2011 NFL Mock Draft: Round 2 Draft Predictions for Picks 49-52

Nathaniel UyFeatured ColumnistApril 29, 2011

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2011 NFL Mock Draft Continues as Jaguars Search for Playmaker

In this update, the Jaguars look to add more offensive help at receiver, the Chargers seek an athlete for their secondary and special teams, the Bucs add a high-character offensive lineman and the Giants take a risk on an explosive pass-rusher.

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Here are the Mock Draft Predictions for Picks 49-52


49. Jacksonville Jaguars: Titus Young, WR, Boise State

Adding more weapons on offense to complement the gamebreaking ability of Maurice Jones-Drew is not a bad idea.  And Young has been getting early comparisons to DeSean Jackson.

But some fear he's not as electrifying; whatever the case, another possible playmaker can do the Jags a world of difference.


50. San Diego Chargers: Curtis Brown, CB, Texas

  Brown was able to prove himself as a good athlete during the combine. In fact, he posted an impressive vertical leap of 39.5 inches, as well as good speed. 

He brings immediate special teams help to the Chargers with the promise that he can be a possible starter for the secondary in a few years.


51. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Clint Bolling, OL, Georgia

A four-year starter who is on a mission to convince pro teams that he can play the tackle position at the next level.  He brings leadership, strong character and a very good work ethic to the table, as well as athleticism that at the very least could help him turn into a solid NFL guard.


52. New York Giants: Justin Houston, OLB/DE, Georgia

As an athlete, he is one of the best still available on the board.  However, the recent reports that he tested positive for marijuana during the NFL combine will clearly hurt his draft stock. 

That said, the talents are all there, and he can be a big help to the Giants' pass rush, which makes him a risk worth taking this late in the second round.