The Atlanta Falcons bolstered their defensive front in a big way in the first round, adding Tyree Wilson from Texas Tech. However, this Atlanta defense is going to need fixes on all three levels, so in the second round, they go back to that side of the ball to bring in a talented cornerback in Emmanuel Forbes from Mississippi State.
Forbes has been a star for Mississippi State since stepping on campus, starting as a true freshman, and making it all the way to being named a first-team All-American this past season. Atlanta plays in an NFC South division that is very winnable going into next season, and by fixing their issues on defense, they could be a real player to win it.
The Green Bay Packers did not add an offensive weapon in the first round, as Brian Branch was selected in this mock draft to fill a safety position that is more than weak going into this offseason. In the second round, they do go out and get a weapon for either Aaron Rodgers or Jordan Love, selecting Dalton Kincaid, an athletic tight end from the University of Utah.
Standing 6-foot-4, Kincaid has the size and speed to be a problem at the next level and was named first-team All-Pac 12 this past season, helping the Utes to the Rose Bowl game. Kincaid would come in and be a real security blanket for the Packers as a rookie, especially if they turn to Love.