Day two of the 2017 NFL Draft was in full effect Friday night as the National Football League put two more rounds in the books from Philadelphia.

While day two never has the appeal that the opening night carries, a lot of great football players found new homes in rounds two and three on Friday night in front of thousands.

Now the focus will shift to the third and final day when the fourth round opens at noon, and the last round, the seventh, won’t end until around seven p.m. on Saturday night. In that time, several teams will hope to find a player they didn't spend any type of high-pick on, but that produced enough in college to where they believe he can play at a high level in the pros.

It's a process teams have become found of, getting the most bang for their buck hoping to cash in on players who can make the big money one day after proving themselves. If the player doesn't succeed, they toss him to the side and start over. Low-risk, high reward type of situation.

Day three and still plenty of quality players available

While all the big names are long gone, there are still some seasoned players as well as 'diamonds in the rough' left over for the taking as Day three gets underway on Saturday. Several teams still have well-documented, and listed needs that haven't been addressed. As those needs begin to by met, several gems will be discovered in the process as many teams look to these rounds for developmental projects.

Below is a list of the top 20 remaining available players on day three of the 2017 NFL Draft from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

  • Samaje Perine – Runningback (Oklahoma)
  • Desmond King – Cornerback (Iowa)
  • Dede Westbrook – Wide Receiver (Oklahoma)
  • Dorian Johnson – Guard (Pittsburgh)
  • George Kittle – Tight End (Iowa)
  • Jordan Leggett – Tight End (Clemson)
  • Damontae Kazee – Cornerback (San Diego St.)
  • Jermaine Eluemunor – Tackle (Texas A&M)
  • Corn Elder – Cornerback (Miami, Florida)
  • Donnel Pumphrey – Runningback (San Diego St.)
  • Carl Lawson – Defensive End (Auburn)
  • Jaleel Johnson – Defensive Tackle (Iowa)
  • Isaiah Ford – Wide Receiver (Virginia Tech)
  • Skai Moore – Linebacker (South Carolina)
  • Deatrich Wise Jr – Edge (Arkansas)
  • Bucky Hodges – Tight End (Virginia Tech)
  • Josh Malone – Wide Receiver (Tennessee)
  • Tyler Orlosky – Center (West Virginia)
  • Roderick Johnson – Tackle (Florida State)
  • Caleb Brantley – Defensive line (Florida)

While the list of players and possible late-round gems could go on for days, these are the best currently available for everyone with a draft pick in the fourth round and beyond.