Randy Gregory, Jalen Collins Among Best Available Players On NFL Draft Day 2

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Three hours and 25 minutes later, we’re only one-seventh through the 2015 NFL Draft.

There weren’t many huge surprise picks in the first round of the draft Thursday night, but there are plenty of good players for the New England Patriots and the rest of the 31 NFL teams to select from Friday and Saturday, including many with character red flags.

Check out the best remaining players in the 2015 NFL draft:

1. Randy Gregory, edge defender, Nebraska
2. La’el Collins, offensive lineman, LSU
3. Landon Collins, safety, Alabama
4. Eddie Goldman, defensive tackle, Florida State
5. Eli Harold, edge defender, Virginia
6. Dorial Green-Beckham, wide receiver, Oklahoma
7. Jaelen Strong, wide receiver, Arizona State
8. Jalen Collins, cornerback, LSU
9. T.J. Clemmings, offensive lineman, Pittsburgh
10. Eric Kendricks, linebacker, UCLA
11. Jake Fisher, offensive lineman, Oregon
12. Devin Smith, wide receiver, Ohio State
13. Preston Smith, edge defender, Mississippi State
14. Eric Rowe, cornerback, Utah
15. Owa Odighizuwa, edge defender, UCLA
16. Maxx Williams, tight end, Minnesota
17. Carl Davis, defensive lineman, Iowa
18. Denzel Perryman, linebacker, Miami
19. Ronald Darby, cornerback, Florida State
20. Mario Edwards Jr., defensive lineman, Florida State
21. Donovan Smith, offensive lineman, Penn State
22. A.J. Cann, offensive lineman, South Carolina
23. Tevin Coleman, running back, Indiana
24. Jordan Phillips, defensive tackle, Oklahoma
25. Benardrick McKinney, linebacker, Mississippi State
26. Quinten Rollins, cornerback, Miami (OH)
27. Danielle Hunter, edge defender, LSU
28. Grady Jarrett, defensive lineman, Clemson
29. Duke Johnson, running back, Miami
30. D’Joun Smith, cornerback, Florida Atlantic
31. Rashad Greene, wide receiver, Florida State
32. Kevin Lockett, wide receiver, Kansas State

The Patriots’ remaining needs include guard, cornerback, wide receiver, running back and linebacker, where there still are plenty of top players available. The Patriots hold the 64th, 96th and 97th overall picks on the second day of the draft.

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