In this video, we highlight three talented football players projected to be selected on the second day of the draft. Sony Michelle, a Georgia running back, played a pivotal role in Georgia's run to the national championship game. His reputation for speed and versatility was established during his time as a five-star prospect at American Heritage High School in Florida. Not only does Michelle stand out for his physicality and athleticism, but he also possesses the mental capacity to overcome injuries and criticism, ensuring his consistency as a player. While he may not immediately start in the NFL, Michelle is expected to make an immediate impact for any team that chooses him. Another player to watch is Georgia linebacker Lorenzo Carter. Standing at an impressive 6 feet 6 inches tall and weighing 250 pounds, Carter's athletic frame allows him to make significant plays off the edge. Excelling in both football and basketball in high school, Carter initially prioritized basketball. However, his potential in football has become increasingly apparent.