ESPN’s Mel Kiper Jr released his second mock draft of the year. Kiper had the Giants selecting Colorado offensive tackle, Nate Solder while he had the Jets selecting UCLA safety Rahim Moore.

Kiper on Solder:

Solder is another tackle defined by his athletic frame and ability to move for the position. Probably not an immediate starter at left tackle because of developing pass-blocking skills, Solder still is a good value here. A player with a massive 6-foot-8 frame who manages good leverage at the point of attack, he gets good surge as a run-blocker and works well to the second level. No injury history and very smart, he should become a solid NFL starter in short order.

Kiper on Moore:

I’m split between my own gut and sources on what the Jets could do here. They have to improve the defensive line, but it’s also a deep draft at those positions. Moore represents great value at a need position, the top safety in the draft and a guy who can fly all over the field to intercept passes for coach Rex Ryan, who knows how to get pressure and create forced throws.

Kiper had Nick Farley going first to Carolina, Da’Quan Bowers going second to Denver, and Cameron Newton going third to Buffalo. In case you’re interested, Kiper had the Patriots selecting Cal defensive end Cameron Jordan at 17 and Maryland wide out Torrey Smith at 28.