49. New York Giants
Arthur Brown, LB, Kansas State (SCOUTING REPORT)
Arthur Brown has 1st round tape. However, a player that can probably only play the “Will” position in the NFL might fall come draft day. That said, I’ll be shocked if he falls out of the top fifty picks.
50. Chicago Bears
Corey Lemonier, DE, Auburn (SCOUTING REPORT)
Lemonier is a prospect that leaves you scratching your head. He is so good at times, rushing the QB from edge with ferocity. Other times, you want to avert your eyes. I doubt he’ll last past the second round – a pass-rush needy team might even take a crack at him in the top twenty.
51. Washington Redskins
Aaron Dobson, WR, Marshall (SCOUTING REPORT)
Dobson is a guy that can bail quarterbacks out with ridiculous hands and a penchant for being able to separate down the field.
52. Minnesota Vikings
Justin Hunter, WR, Tennessee (SCOUTING REPORT)
Few players have the size, speed and athleticism of Hunter. He isn’t a polished receiver, but the Vikings need guys that can get open for Christian Ponder.
53. Cincinnati Bengals
Sylvester Williams, DT, North Carolina (SCOUTING REPORT)
I’ve heard from many in the know that Williams may end up a first round selection – perhaps even a high one. I don’t see that due to his inconsistency, but next to Geno Atkins, Williams would have a chance to be a nightmare as a rotational defensive lineman.
54. Miami Dolphins (via IND)
Damontre Moore, DE/OLB, Texas A&M* (SCOUTING REPORT)
I really like Moore as a prospect, but the more I hear, the more I think that the NFL doesn’t. His free-fall should end somewhere on day two of the draft.
55. Seattle Seahawks
Robert Woods, WR, USC* (SCOUTING REPORT)
Add another talented receiver to Russell Wilson’s arsenal and you start thinking that the Seahawks are legitimately ready to challenge the 49ers for the top spot in the NFC.
56. Green Bay Packers
Stedman Bailey, WR, West Virginia (SCOUTING REPORT)
With Greg Jennings on the way out of Green Bay, Stedman Bailey comes in to run precise routes and catch everything in sight. He can even spell Randall Cobb on return duties.
57. Houston Texans
Menelik Watson, OL, Florida State
Watson is a raw prospect, but he could develop into a perennial pro-bowl tackle given proper coaching.
58. Denver Broncos
Kyle Long, OL, Oregon
I’m not a huge fan of Long’s game, but he is certainly athletic and NFL scouts seem to like what they see. I’d much rather have him on day three, but word is that he might sneak into the first round.
59. New England Patriots
Jamar Taylor, CB, Boise State
Depending on the Aqib Talib and Alfonzo Dennard situations, as well as Ras-I Dowling’s health, the annual rite of the Patriots drafting a cornerback near the top of the draft could very well happen again. Taylor is a nice press corner that plays well in man coverage – look out for him at the end of the first round.
60. Atlanta Falcons
Jordan Poyer, CB, Oregon State (SCOUTING REPORT)
The Falcons are re-tooling their defensive backfield and should look no further than the heady Poyer. He is an all-around player that can do whatever the Falcons need him to do.
61. San Francisco 49ers
Terrance Williams, WR, Baylor (SCOUTING NOTES)
No Randy Moss? No problem. With AJ Jenkins perhaps getting some playing time and Terrance Williams in the fold, the 49ers should have no trouble stretching the field.
62. Baltimore Ravens
DJ Swearinger, CB/S, South Carolina (SCOUTING NOTES)
Even if Ed Reed does return for another season, the need to draft his eventual replacement is clear. Swearinger can contribute in a lot of different spots in the backfield, while learning from the best to ever play the position.