65. St. Louis Rams
Mardy Gilyard, WR, Cinci
Gilyard contributes in two phases of the game: giving the Rams an explosive target, along with instantly upgrading the Rams special teams.
66. Detroit Lions
Rejus Benn, WR, Illinois
The Lions need targets. Benn is highly talented, but his production is a bit of concern, as well as his ability to pick up a pro system.
67. Tampa Bay Bucs
Dexter McCluster, RB/WR, Ole Miss
McCluster adds another talented weapon that can do just about everything on the field.
68. The Washington Redskins forfeited their 3rd Round Pick by using it in the Supplemental Draft.
68. Kansas City Chiefs
AJ Edds, LB, Iowa
Another tough, strong, and fast Iowa linebacker in the Chad Greenway mold. Not quite as good in coverage as Greenway, but has solid technique.
69. Oakland Raiders
Matt Tennant, C, Boston College
Tennant is a solid communicator and technician, and would instantly upgrade a suspect line.
70. Philadelphia (SEA)
Amari Spievey, CB, Iowa
Under the radar talent that would lock down one side of the field and can really bring the wood in run support.
71. Cleveland Browns
Koa Misi, DE/OLB, Utah
Incredibly versatile defender that could end up playing inside for the Browns. Great strength and motor.
72. Buffalo Bills
Linval Joseph, DL, East Carolina
The Bills need a big DL to clog up the middle. Joseph, who is coming late to the NFL Draft party, is quickly rising up boards. Could end up in round 2 when all is said and done.
73. Miami Dolphins
Reshad Jones, S, Georgia
Jones will instantly upgrade the DB play in Miami. Rangy ballhawk that can make plays in the running game as well.
74. Jacksonville Jaguars
Dennis Pitta, TE, BYU
Talented receiving TE that has tons of talent. Dallas Clark type of player that will throw an occasional block.
75. Chicago Bears
Cam Thomas, DL, North Carolina
The Bears love picking solid d-linemen and Cam Thomas has the ability to really clog it up inside.
76. NY Giants
Ben Tate, RB, Auburn
Maybe Tate can channel the Brandon Jacobs from 2007/2008, because Brandon Jacobs version 2009 isn’t cutting it.
77. Tennessee Titans
Dorin Dickerson, TE/WR/HB, Pitt
Athletic Tight End that should be able to replace Alge Crumpler.
78. Carolina Panthers
Dan Lefevour, QB, Central Michigan
Lefevour is a smart kid that has all the NFL throws. He has decent mobility and more upside than the known quantity that are the Panther QB’s.
79. San Francisco 49ers
Dominique Franks, CB, Oklahoma
Franks provides some solid CB depth. Not a big playmaker, but is a solid technician.
80. Denver Broncos
Lamarr Houston, DL, Texas
Versatile lineman that can play inside and out. Can stay stout against the run while penetrating into the backfield.
81. Houston Texans
Patrick Robinson, CB, Florida State
Incredible physical talent that needs to refine his technique to be successful in the NFL.
82. Pittsburgh Steelers
Akwasi Owusu-Ansah, CB, IUP
Incredible talent, but hard to get a good read on his ability with limited quality tape. Could go much higher.
83. Atlanta Falcons
Brandon Ghee, CB, Wake Forest
Incredible speed but doesn’t have the feet to be an elite corner in the NFL yet. After tuning up his technique, look out.
84. Cinci Bengals
John Jerry, OG, Ole Miss
The Bengals could get a bit more physical on the inside of their O-Line. Jerry is a big, strong, man.
85. Cleveland Browns (NWE/OAK)
Jordan Shipley, WR, Texas
Someone needs to form a combination with Josh Cribbs. Shipley could be that guy. Mangini will love this guy’s consistency.
86. Green Bay Packers
Kam Chancellor, S, Virginia Tech
Physical safety that loves to deliver the blow and create turnovers. Should fill a physical void in the Packers safety corps.
87. Philadelphia Eagles
Eric Norwood, DE/OLB/SILB, South Carolina
Solid pickup with low floor and high ceiling. Could be a man without a position.
88. Arizona Cardinals (BAL)
Brandon Lafell, WR, LSU
Good size and decent route-running complement Lafell’s streaky hands. Matt Leinart will love having this big target available.
89. Arizona Cardinals
Jimmy Graham, TE, Miami
The Cardinals have a few decent TE’s, but none with the receiving ability of this Hurricane. Had a GREAT pro-day.
90. Dallas Cowboys
Austen Lane, DE, Murray St.
Cowboys continue to get fast and strong on defense with this quick DE/OLB that has the athleticism of a young Demarcus Ware.
91. San Diego Chargers
Joe Webb, QB/WR, UAB
Incredible athlete that just gains yards.
92. Cleveland Browns (NYJ)
Myron Rolle, S, Florida State
Smart athletic safety that will fit in well with Mangini’s defense. Should continue to develop during his return to football.
93. Minnesota Vikings
Anthony Dixon, RB, Ole Miss
Powerful runner to complement some guy named Adrian Peterson. Great short-yardage runner with sure hands.
94. Indianapolis Colts
Tony Pike, QB, Cincinnati
Quality post-season showing teams that he has the skills to be an NFL starter.
95. New Orleans Saints
Larry Asante, S, Nebraska
Solid safety that will try to fill the huge shoes of one Darren Shaper, not an easy task.
96. Cinci Bengals
Taylor Price, WR, Ohio
Up and down player that has all the talent in the world. If Terrell Owens isn’t in the cards, Price would be a great addition.
97. Tennessee Titans
Thaddeus Gibson, OLB, Ohio State
Quickly rising up draft boards after solid workouts.
98. Atlanta Falcons
Clay Harbor, TE, Missouri State
TE that is shooting up draft boards with his solid athleticism.
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