In the latest NFL Draft 2017 updates, the second round of the annual draft was underway on Friday evening from Philadelphia. There were a handful of talented prospects still available to be selected including Florida State running back Dalvin Cook and Alabama offensive tackle Cam Robinson. Also, the Bears made another surprising pick with their first selection of the new round, to join yesterday's shocker when they took a quarterback at the No. 2 pick in the first round. Here's a look at how the NFL Draft's top 10 and a bit beyond unfolded on Friday night.

Second round first five

The first 10 picks of the draft's second round included three safeties, two wide receivers, a running back, offensive tackle, defensive tackle, cornerback, and offensive guard. Green Bay started out day two of the NFL's annual event by taking Washington senior cornerback Kevin King with their first pick. King had 35 tackles and two interceptions during his 2016 NCAA campaign.

The next player off the board was Alabama offensive tackle Cam Robinson. The 6-foot-6 junior Robinson was selected by the Jacksonville Jaguars and joins their other talented pick, running back Leonard Fournette from LSU on the updated roster.

Drafted third in the second round was Michigan State DT Malik McDowell to the Seattle Seahawks, followed by Washington safety Budda Baker to the Arizona Cardinals and East Carolina wide receiver Zay Jones to the Buffalo Bills.

The next five, Bears surprise again?

At the sixth pick in the NFL Draft's second round, or No. 38 overall, the Los Angeles Chargers took offensive guard Forrest Lamp from Western Kentucky. Lamp, a 6-foot-3 senior, played left tackle in college but has the ideal body for the OG or center positions, due to his shorter arms.

The 39th pick was senior safety Marcus Maye from Florida.

The 5-foot-11, 211 pound Gators player had 50 tackles, a sack, and an interception during his last season for Florida. He'll now get a spot on the New York Jets' roster. Pick No. 40 overall went to the Carolina Panthers, who added a wide receiver, Ohio State junior Curtis Samuel.

At No. 41 was Florida State's dynamic running back Dalvin Cook.

The Minnesota Vikings made a trade up to get the pick, adding Cook to the backfield where Adrian Peterson once made a name for himself. Closing out the top 10 of the second round were the New Orleans Saints who took safety Marcus Williams from Utah.

Several picks later, the Chicago Bears were at it again. While analysts expected they might draft a safety such as Connecticut's Obi Melifonwu. Instead, the team opted for Ashland tight end Adam Shaheen. The pick came one night after the team made the first big shocking pick of this year's draft, trading up from No. 3 to No. 2 with the 49ers to draft UNC quarterback Mitch Trubisky. The second move made by the team may have Bears' fans scratching their heads even more as they wonder what management may be thinking.

Another surprising pick in the second round came by the Cincinnati Bengals, as they took Oklahoma running back Joe Mixon with the No. 48 pick overall. Mixon was captured on camera several years ago in an incident where he was seen punching a female in the face inside a fast food restaurant, leading many analysts to wonder if he'd slide past the second round or remain underrated. However, so far it appears that the Cincinnati Bengals are willing to give Mixon a chance in the league.