The 2011 NFL Draft resumes on Friday night, with the second and third rounds taking place at 6 p.m.EDT at Radio City Music Hill in New York City.
In its second round mock draft, SB Nation has the New England Patriots drafting North Carolina wide receiver Greg Little with the first pick in the second round (No. 33 overall), saying that Little will be the Pats' guy unless head coach Bill Belichick decides to trade the pick away per usual.
33. New England Patriots: Greg Little, WR, North Carolina. Bill Belichick will probably just trade out of this pick, as he usually does, but Little has risen dramatically, and the Pats have taken risks on Tar Heel receivers before.
Little had 724 receiving yards and five touchdowns on 62 catches in 2010. In three years with the Tar Heels, Little has amassed 969 receiving yards and six touchdowns on 86 career receptions.
New England is also in possession of the No. 56 overall pick and the No. 60 overall pick in the second round. SB Nation has the Pats taking Miami defensive end Allen Baily at No. 56 and Villanova offensive tackle Ben Ijalana.
56. New England Patriots: Allen Bailey, DE, Miami (FL). This pick acquired from New Orleans. One of the draft's most gifted athletes, Belichick could conceivably use Bailey at outside linebacker or defensive end.
60. New England Patriots: Ben Ijalana, OT, Villanova. Sure, they added Nate Solder in the first round, but more depth is needed, and Ijalana has elite-level capability as a projected guard.
Bailey finished with 106 tackles and 19 sacks in four seasons with the Hurricanes. Iljalana started all 53 games in his four year career with the Wildcats.