AFC North: Seven prospects to watch

The NFL draft is just getting started after an interesting first round concluded Thursday.

But the next several rounds are where the good teams make their mark by finding quality players. The AFC North is expected to be a close, multi-team race this season, and every team still has needs to fill.

With that said, here are seven potential prospects to watch Friday:

lastnameTateGolden Tate, WR, Notre Dame

Possible fits: Pittsburgh Steelers, Baltimore Ravens

Skinny: Tate would be off the board if he had prototypical size. He's a very productive player who is physical after the catch. He should fit well in the AFC North.

MaysMaysTaylor Mays, S, USC

Possible fits: Cincinnati Bengals, Cleveland Browns

Skinny: Mays has great physical skills but didn't produce to those abilities. The Bengals and Browns are both looking at safeties at this point in the draft, and Mays is the top prospect at the position on the board.

Arrelious Benn, WR, Illinois

Possible fits: Ravens, Bengals, Browns

Skinny: Benn is another player who doesn't have prototypical size but could fit well in the division. He could be a great addition to just about any AFC North offense.

CodyCodyTerrence Cody, DT, Alabama

Possible fits: Ravens, Steelers

Skinny: In this division, you need as many good defensive linemen as possible. Cody is a quality talent with weight concerns. But in the second round he may be worth the risk.

PricePriceBrian Price, DT, UCLA

Possible fits: Ravens, Bengals, Browns

Skinny: Similar to Cody, getting as many big players in the trenches is always a good idea. Every AFC North team could use depth on the defensive line, and Price could be a solid addition for anyone's rotation.

Bruce Campbell, OT, Maryland

Possible fits: Steelers, Browns

Skinny: Campbell was a projected first-round pick but he's a bit raw. If coached up properly, he could turn out to be one of the steals of this draft.

GronkowskiGronkowskiRob Gronkowski

Possible fits: Ravens, Browns

Skinny: "Big Gronk" is one of the few tight ends in the draft that is physical at the point of attack and a solid threat in the passing game. But he does have injury concerns.

Also keep in mind that quarterbacks Colt McCoy and Jimmy Clausen are two targets for the Browns, as well. We left the pair off the list, because we covered a lot of ground with them earlier on Friday.