Top Prospects Left on Day 2 of NFL Draft

The San Francisco 49ers traded back two spots in the first round and made Oregon defensive lineman Arik Armstead the 17th overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft. Now the 49ers will have to wait until pick 46 (second round, pick 14) to be on the clock again, unless of course, #TraderTrent decides to move up in the second round.

As it stands right now, San Francisco will pick twice on Friday as the team also holds the 79th overall pick (third round, pick 15).

The NFL.com seven-round mock draft has the 49ers using the picks on Auburn wide receiver Sammie Coates and TCU inside linebacker Paul Dawson.

Matt Miller, Bleacher Report's NFL Draft lead writer, projects San Francisco will draft Samford safety Jaquiski Tartt and Stanford defensive lineman Henry Anderson.

With that, here's some of the top-ranked players left on the board going into day two of the draft.

According to NFL Network's[Mike Mayock

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(Note: These rankings were released before the controversy surrounding La'el Collins was made public)

Quarterback:

  1. Marcus Mariota – Oregon
  1. Jameis Winston – Florida State
  1. Bryce Petty – Baylor
  1. Garrett Grayson – Colorado State
  1. Brett Hundley – UCLA

Running Backs:

  1. Melvin Gordon – Wisconsin
  1. Todd Gurley – Georgia
  1. Ameer Abdullah – Nebraska
  1. Duke Johnson – Miami (Fla.)
  1. Tevin Coleman – Indiana

Wide Receiver:

  1. Kevin White – West Vriginia
  1. Amari Cooper – Alabama
  1. DeVante Parker – Louisville
  1. Breshad Perriman – Central Florida

T-5. Dorial Green-Beckham – Missouri

T-5. Nelson Agholor – USC

Also Taken: Philip Dorsett – Miami (Fla.)

Tight End:

  1. Maxx Williams – Minnesota
  1. Clive Walford – Miami (Fla.)
  1. Blake Bell – Oklahoma
  1. Nick O'Leary – Florida State
  1. Tyler Kroft - Rutgers

Interior Offensive Linemen:

  1. Brandon Scherff – Iowa
  1. Cameron Erving – Florida State
  1. Laken Tomlinson – Duke
  1. A.J. Cann – South Carolina
  1. Tre' Jackson – Florida State

Offensive Tackle:

  1. La'el Collins – LSU
  1. Ereck Flowers – Miami (Fla.)
  1. D.J. Humphries – Florida
  1. Andrus Peat – Stanford

T-5. T.J. Clemmings – Pittsburgh

T-5. Cedric Ogbuehi – Texas A&M

Interior Defensive Linemen:

  1. Leonard Williams – USC
  1. Arik Armstead – Oregon
  1. Malcom Brown – Texas
  1. Danny Shelton – Washington

T-5. Eddie Goldman – Florida State

T-5. Jordan Phillips – Oklahoma

Edge Rusher:

  1. Dante Fowler, Jr. – Florida
  1. Randy Gregory – Nebraska
  1. Vic Beasley – Clemson
  1. Bud Dupree – Kentucky
  1. Shane Ray – Missouri

Linebacker:

  1. Paul Dawson – TCU
  1. Eric Kendricks – UCLA
  1. Stephone Anthony – Clemson
  1. Denzel Perryman – Miami (Fla.)
  1. Benardrick McKinney – Mississippi State

Cornerback:

  1. Trae Waynes – Michigan State
  1. Jalen Collins – LSU
  1. Marcus Peters – Washington
  1. Kevin Johnson – Wake Forest

T-5. Eric Rowe – Utah

T-5. Byron Jones – Connecticut

Safety:

  1. Landon Collins – Alabama
  1. Shaq Thompson – Washington
  1. Damarious Randall – Arizona State
  1. Quinten Rollins – Miami (Ohio)
  1. Alex Carter – Stanford
 

Top players left, according to ESPN'sTodd McShay

  1. Randy Gregory – OLB – Nebraska
  1. Eddie Goldman – DT – Florida State
  1. Devin Smith – WR – Ohio State
  1. Erik Kendricks – ILB – UCLA
  1. Jaelen Strong – WR – Arizona State
  1. Landon Collins – S – Alabama
  1. Eli Harold – OLB – Virginia
  1. T.J. Clemmings – OT – Pittsburgh
  1. Jake Fisher – OT – Oregon
  1. Devin Funchess – WR – Michigan

And finally, the best players available according to Bleacher Report's Matt Miller

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