Will Ben Sinnott and Cooper Beebe hear their names in rounds 2 and 3 of NFL Draft?

Kansas State did not have any players selected in the first round of the NFL Draft, but there is a high chance they will have a few selected on day two.
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In 2023, the Wildcats had one player taken in the first round of the NFL Draft and it was the last pick in the first round. This year, no Wildcats were taken in the first round, but it will be a shock if none are taken in the second or third round either.

The top two players that will most likely be taken out of Kansas State are tight end Ben Sinnott and offensive lineman Cooper Beebe. Looking at ESPN's best available, Sinnott is the third-best tight end left on the board and Beebe is the second-best guard on the board.

With the number of offensive players taken in the first round, it seemed like the perfect opportunity for Beebe or Sinnott to come off the board. However, only one tight end was taken, Brock Bowers from Georgia, and nine offensive linemen, just two guards, came off the board.

It is not outrageous to say that Sinnott and Beebe will definitely hear their names called in either the second or third round on day two. With the number of rookie quarterbacks taken in the first round, teams will need offensive linemen to protect their new futures. Sinnott can also be a good pass catcher for either a rookie or veteran QB along with a great blocker.

Beebe would be a great addition to any team as he has played just about every position on the line and can be a versatile player on any team. Teams in the second round that could be a good fit for Beebe would be the New York Jets, the Baltimore Ravens, or the Philadelphia Eagles. All three teams need a solid offensive lineman who can protect the quarterback at all costs.

Sinnott could benefit a lot of teams with his ability to catch the ball and run routes well. He is also a good blocker on the line or in front of the ball. His speed is good, not great, but enough for a tight end.

The NFL Draft will resume rounds two and three on ESPN Friday, April 26 at 7:00 p.m. ET.