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2010 NFL draft day 2: Best of the rest

Now that the first round of the NFL draft is in the books, here's a look at some of the top prospects left on the board when teams resume drafting at 6 p.m.

Jimmy Clausen, QB, Notre Dame. A surprise that he went undrafted in the first round, it's expected he'll go somewhere in the top half of the second round. Browns, Raiders, Bills, Vikings 49ers, Seahawks in the mix.

Colt McCoy, QB, Texas. Was expected to last this long, though some pundits had him going late in the first round. Minnesota picks second tonight. Could it be McCoy or Clausen? Or do both QBs drop some more? 

Lamarr Houston, DT, Texas. A deep draft of defensive linemen, as evidenced by his availability.

Brandon Ghee, CB, Wake Forest. Will be a very good value in second or third round.

Rob Gronkowski, TE, Arizona. A late-rising prospect. Only one tight end taken in the first round.

* Sergio Kindle, OLB, Texas. A top pass rushing prospect.

Taylor Mays, S, USC. Some had him projected as a late first-round pick. Questionable tackling skills caught up to him.

Charles Brown, T, USC. Cowboys were interested, but chose to move up in first round to get Dez Bryant.

Everson Griffen, DE, USC. Caught up in numbers game with glut of solid defensive linemen.

Terrence Cody, DT, Alabama. Couldn't beat out tackles like Dan Williams and Jared Odrick in the first round.

Bruce Campbell, T, Maryland. Workout warrior at combine. Not involved in early run on elite tackles.

Carlos Dunlap, DE, Florida. Work ethic questions cause him to drop out of first round. 

Brian Price, DT, UCLA. 2009 PAC-10 Defensive Player of the Year.

Golden Tate, WR, Notre Dame. Had great numbers at Notre Dame last year, including 15 TDs.

* Rodger Saffold, T, Indiana. Projected as a low first-round pick. Very solid prospect.

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