2011 NFL Draft Second Round Results: Da'Quan Bowers Falls To Buccaneers At No. 51 Overall

We're almost through the second round of the 2011 NFL Draft at Radio City Music Hall in New York City. Here's a look at the middle picks of the round, selections No. 43 overall through No. 52 overall. Take a look.

2011 NFL Draft - Second Round - Picks 11-20 (Nos. 43-52)

11. Minnesota Vikings - Kyle Rudolph (TE - Notre Dame Fighting Irish): I suppose the Vikings forgot that they needed a quarterback. Ryan Mallet was still available, yet the Vikings chose to pass over him. We'll see how that plays out.

12. Detroit Lions - Titus Young (WR - Boise State Broncos): Young was the first wide receiver drafted in the second round, and will join forces with Calvin Johnson in Detroit. Lions are starting to look good (ok, well, better).

13. Denver Broncos - Rahim Moore (S - UCLA Bruins)

14. Denver Broncos - Orlando Franklin (OG - Miami Hurricanes)

15. St. Louis Rams - Lance Kendricks (TE - Wisconsin Badgers)

16. Oakland Raiders - Stefen Wisniewski (C - Penn State Nittany Lions)

17. Indianapolis Colts - Benjamin Ijalana (OT - Villanova Wildcats)

18. San Diego Chargers - Marcus Gilchrist (DB - Clemson Tigers)

19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Da'Quan Bowers (DE - Clemson Tigers): The second straight Clemson product to be drafted, and the Bowers saga is finally over. The once-projected top pick slipped to the No. 51 overall pick.

20. New York Giants - Marvin Austin (DT - North Carolina Tar Heels)

For more on the New England Patriots and their draft, head over to Pats Pulpit. And for all things 2011 NFL Draft related, from the first pick to Mr. Irrelevant and everything in between, check out SB Nation's 2011 NFL Draft Hub and our NFL Draft blog, Mocking The Draft.

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