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2011 NFL Draft: ESPN's Todd McShay Second Round Mock Draft, Plus News

The last of today's mock drafts comes from ESPN's Todd McShay and it is pretty similar to a few others, so here ya go.

34. Bengals, Andy Dalton, QB, TCU
41. Redskins, Colin Kaepernick, QB, Nevada
59. Browns, Titus Young, WR, Boise State

Same old, same old.

Shutdown Corner feels Nevada Quarterback Colin Kaepernick has great value for round two:

Why did he fall? The only quarterback in NCAA history to throw for over 10,000 yards and run for over 4,000 in the same career, Kaepernick was the other player I thought might see a look in the first round. People tend to dismiss the Pistol as a gimmick offense, but when you look at Kaepernick's game tape, and isolate his skills from the scheme, I don't know how you can't see a guy who has a bright future in the pros. He just needs the right system and personnel to make it all work.

Surprised to not see Andy Dalton on that list, because he seems to be a good value pick as well with his experience as a four-year starter.

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