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Green Bay Packers fans cheer during the first round of the 2015 NFL Football Draft, Thursday, April 30, 2015, in Chicago. (AP Photo/Paul Beaty)

The second and third rounds of the NFL draft had a bit of a local flavor on Friday, as three former Utes were selected.

Utah defensive back Eric Rowe went 47th overall (second round) to Philadelphia, while defensive end Nate Orchard followed four picks later, being picked by Cleveland. Offensive lineman Jeremiah Poutasi followed in the third round, as Tennessee snagged him at N0. 66 overall.


Utah ties selected in the 2015 NFL draft


Read through the blog below for a recap of the day.

Live Blog NFL Draft Day 2
 


Here's some stories to get you all caught up on all things related to the draft.

The first round of the 2015 NFL draft: Pick by pick, trade by trade

Ranking the 26 Utah ties selected in the NFL Draft's first round

2015 Deseret News NFL Mock Draft: Wide receivers and defensive linemen dominate

Ranking the biggest quarterback draft busts in NFL history

What the past 20 years reveal about BYU, Utah and Utah State and the NFL draft

Where national outlets project when locals prospects will be taken


National experts weigh in on the BYU Cougars' top NFL prospects

National experts weigh in on the Utah Utes' top NFL prospects

National experts weigh in on Utah State's top NFL prospects


Dick Harmon: NFL teams will be more picky about draft prospects' character; BYU's pro pipeline drying up

Dick Harmon: Utes clearly lead local rankings of NFL draft prospects