49. Jacksonville Jaguars
Justin Houston, OLB, Georgia
The Jaguars love to double up on a position.
50. San Diego Chargers
Stefen Wisniewski, G/C, Penn State
Wisniewski is an ultra-smart and competitive blocker. This Penn State prospect is the versatile pick to fill multiple interior-line positions.
51. Tampa Bay Bucs
Drake Nevis, DT, LSU
Nevis is a short guy, but disrupts the offensive backfield like its his job – which, I guess, it will be.
52. New York Giants
Mason Foster, OLB, Washington
Foster brings a lot of speed and athleticism to the OLB position, something the Giants really have a need for. He is an absolute tackling machine.
53. Kansas City Chiefs
Jonathan Baldwin, WR, Pittsburgh
Baldwin and Bowe would be a very talented, but enigmatic duo.
54. Indianapolis Colts
Sione Fua, DL, Stanford
Fua is a guy that can clog the middle effectively, allowing the DE’s to get after the quarterback.
55. Philadelphia Eagles
John Moffitt, OG/C, Wisconsin
Moffitt is a nasty interior lineman with the ability to play both guard and center. He runs well for a bigger guy.
56. New Orleans Saints
Kyle Rudolph, TE, Notre Dame
Witten-esque end that can block, catch the underneath routes, and get vertical when he is asked to. Coming off of a season-ending injury may drop him to the 2nd round like Rob Gronkowski in 2010.
57. Seattle Seahawks
Mikel Leshoure, RB, Illinois
Powerful runner that dances just a bit too much for our liking.
58. Baltimore Ravens
Jerrel Jernigan, WR, Troy
The Ravens will need to re-stock the WR position, as it continues to age. Jernigan has the blazing speed to be that guy for Joe Flacco.
59. Atlanta Falcons
Lance Kendricks, TE, Wisconsin
With Tony Gonzalez mulling retirement, Kendricks would provide the dual-threat tight end that Matt Ryan and the Falcons have grown accustomed to.
60. New England Patriots
Kenrick Ellis, DL, Hampton
Ellis could be a dominant 3-4 defensive end with the ability and size to move inside if needed. His character concerns are just that, concerns. If he checks out, he will be a steal.
61. Chicago Bears
Leonard Hankerson, WR, Miami
Hankerson was an incredibly productive college-receiver that has the all-around game that the Bears need. He runs strong routes, while having the speed and athleticism to create separation.
62. San Diego Chargers (NYJ)
Ben Ijalana, OL, Villanova
With nimble feet, solid strength, and good technique, Ijalana is instant help for an o-line that will need it very soon. He can play four positions on the line.
63. Pittsburgh Steelers
Brandon Burton, CB, Utah
Burton is a very talented corner whose solid all-around game will get him picked in the first two rounds. The Steelers could use some youth and depth at the position.
64. Green Bay Packers
Rodney Hudson, OG, Florida State
Versatile lineman that is solid in both run and pass blocking. Hudson will be a star if he can keep his bulk up at the next level.
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