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NFL Mock Draft 2.0: Week 16 Brings Massive Trading

Nov 12, 2016; College Station, TX, USA; Texas A&M Aggies defensive lineman Myles Garrett (15) attempts to sack Mississippi Rebels quarterback Shea Patterson (20) during the second quarter at Kyle Field. Mandatory Credit: Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports
Nov 12, 2016; College Station, TX, USA; Texas A&M Aggies defensive lineman Myles Garrett (15) attempts to sack Mississippi Rebels quarterback Shea Patterson (20) during the second quarter at Kyle Field. Mandatory Credit: Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports /
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Nov 12, 2016; College Park, MD, USA; Ohio State Buckeyes running back Curtis Samuel (4) runs during the first quarter against the Maryland Terrapins at Capital One Field at Maryland Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports
Nov 12, 2016; College Park, MD, USA; Ohio State Buckeyes running back Curtis Samuel (4) runs during the first quarter against the Maryland Terrapins at Capital One Field at Maryland Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports /

41. player. 54. . WR. Ohio State. Curtis Samuel

Cornerback and wide receiver were the Eagles top two needs coming into the draft. After taking Marlon Humphrey in the first round, the Eagles take a reliable weapon for Carson Wentz to work with on offense.

Curtis Samuel has done a bit of everything for Ohio State, playing both running back and wide receiver. The Eagles draft him as a wide receiver, but have piece of mind knowing he can be a running back. With Darren Sproles entering the final season of his career, and Ryan Mathews likely done as an Eagles, Samuel kills two birds with one stone.

87. . CB. Clemson. Cordrea Tankersley . 42. player

You’ll get a chance to see Tankersley on Saturday for Clemson against Ohio State, an opportunity to see just how much of a vital key he his to this Tigers defensive unit. He’s the catalyst in the secondary, boasting traits that make his NFL projection extremely intriguing. It’s obvious to state that the Carolina defense hasn’t been the same sans Josh Norman and that it’s time to find his replacement, and quickly. With Tankersley in the mix, the defensive backfield has the chance to grow with an eye toward the near future.