2017 NFL draft cheat sheet: Best available, team winners, more

Flurry of trades lead to QB picks (1:23)

Three teams shocked the NFL draft by trading up to get their man. (1:23)

The 2017 NFL draft kicked off with a flurry of Round 1 activity. There's still a ways to go, players to be picked and team fits to be filled.

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Steve Muench's Round 2 mock draft has a handful of offensive players going off the board early. Here are the first three picks for Round 2:

33. Green Bay Packers

Dalvin Cook, RB, Florida State

Green Bay starts off Round 2 after trading back four picks from its first-round slot in exchange for a fourth-round selection. The move does not hurt the Packers' ability to fill their most pressing need with Cook, who's the 17th-ranked player on our board. Cook should help Aaron Rodgers by giving the ground game a much-needed boost and providing him with another playmaker in the passing game.

34. Seattle Seahawks

Cam Robinson, OT, Alabama

Seattle signed offensive linemen Luke Joeckel and Mike Remmers this offseason, but Joeckel signed a one-year deal and the Seahawks should still be in the market for more help offensive tackle after allowing 42 sacks (27th in the NFL) last year. Robinson, the best available OT, has the tools to quickly develop into a starter at left tackle.

35. Jacksonville Jaguars

Forrest Lamp, G, Western Kentucky

Quarterback Blake Bortles has been sacked an NFL-high 140 times in his three seasons, so it's clear that the Jaguars need to address their offensive line. Lamp (16th-ranked player) is a Day 1 starter at guard.