63 KANSAS CITY CHIEFS: TRAVIS KELCE, TE, CINCINNATI
Talented, well-rounded player but durability / character issues are worrisome to say the least.
64 JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS: DWAYNE GRATZ, CB, CONNECTICUT
Athletic height / weight / speed prospect with great strength and toughness is instant starter.
65 DETROIT LIONS: LARRY WARFORD, OG, KENTUCKY
Won't be winning a beauty pageant anytime soon but is an ennormous, powerful road-grader.
66 OAKLAND RAIDERS: SIO MOORE, OLB, CONNECTICUT
Outstanding athlete with a rocked up physique and great speed could be answer on weakside.
67 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES: BENNIE LOGAN, DE, L.S.U.
Athletic potential five-technique in Philly with long arms, great strength and a non-stop motor.
68 CLEVELAND BROWNS: LEON MCFADDEN, CB, SAN DIEGO ST.
Just average physical tools but a smooth athlete who plays better in pads than he tests in shorts.
69 ARIZONA CARDINALS: TYRANN MATHIEU, CB, ex-L.S.U.
Undersized, naturally athletic playmaker with serious character issues was a big risk this early.
70 TENNESSEE TITANS: BLIDI WREH-WILSON, CB, CONNECTICUT
Possessess prototypical measurables and will at least provide quality depth and perhaps more.
71 ST. LOUIS RAMS T.J. MCDONALD, S, USC
(f/BUF): Scouting Report
Terrific size and speed with pro bloodlines and appears to have a clear path to a starting job.
72 NEW YORK JETS: BRIAN WINTERS, OG, KENT ST.
Not a great athlete but strong, powerful and will beat out the disappointing Vladimir Ducasse.
73 TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS: MIKE GLENNON, QB, NORTH CAROLINA ST.
Classic pocket passer with a big arm to develop and provide insurance behind Josh Freeman.
74 DALLAS COWBOYS TERRANCE WILLIAMS, WR, BAYLOR
(f/CAR/SF): Scouting Report
Vertical threat and a good value pick as insurance behind Miles Austin but was it a big need?
75 NEW ORLEANS SAINTS: TERRON ARMSTEAD, OT, ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF
Athletic developmental left tackle will provide some insurance in case Charles Brown struggles.
76 SAN DIEGO CHARGERS: KEENAN ALLEN, WR, CALIFORNIA
Dropped due to speed and durability concerns but profiles as smooth, polished possession type.
77 MIAMI DOLPHINS: DALLAS THOMAS, OT, TENNESSEE
Versatile blocker with good size and athleticism to compete for starting job at tackle or guard.
78 BUFFALO BILLS MARQUISE GOODWIN, WR, TEXAS
(f/STL): Scouting Report
Underachiever with explosive speed but a slight reach and is awfully similar to T.J. Graham.
79 PITTSBURGH STEELERS: MARKUS WHEATON, WR, OREGON ST.
Speedy pass catcher could be a replacement for Emmanuel Sanders if he leaves next offseason.
80 DALLAS COWBOYS: J.J. WILCOX, S, GEORGIA SOUTHERN
Addresses a glaring need but is the former running back from a small school ready to start now?
81 NEW YORK GIANTS: DAMONTRE MOORE, DE, TEXAS A&M
Productive edge pass rusher who slid from an early first round possibility due to poor workouts.
82 NEW ORLEANS SAINTS JOHN JENKINS, DT, GEORGIA
(f/CHI/MIA): Scouting Report
Massive 346-pound (ish?) presence in the middle should anchor new odd front at nose tackle.
83 NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS LOGAN RYAN, CB, RUTGERS
(f/MIN): Scouting Report
Big, physical and a perfect fit for a zone scheme is another attempt to find answers in secondary.
84 CINCINNATI BENGALS: SHAWN WILLIAMS, S, GEORGIA
Prototypical physical tools and intangibles and should compete for starting job at strong safety.
85 WASHINGTON REDSKINS: JORDAN REED, TE, FLORIDA
Athletic pass catching weapon could soon replace Fred Davis, who only signed a one-year deal.
86 INDIANAPOLIS COLTS: HUGH THORNTON, OG, ILLINOIS
Arguably more of a mid-round value but possesses talent and temperment to earn starting job.
87 SEATTLE SEAHAWKS: JORDAN HILL, DT, PENN ST.
Stocky, athletic penetrator in the mold of Anthony Adams but might have been a slight reach.
88 SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS COREY LEMONIER, OLB, AUBURN
(f/GB): Scouting Report
Athletic edge pass rusher to develop and provide depth behind Aldon Smith and Ahmad Brooks.
89 HOUSTON TEXANS: BRENNAN WILLIAMS, OT, NORTH CAROLINA
Large blocker might have gone higher if not for injury and will compete for the right tackle job.
90 DENVER BRONCOS: KAYVON WEBSTER, CB, SOUTH FLORIDA
Nice blend of size / speed but film isn't as impressive and was taken
at least a round too early.
91 NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS: DURON HARMON, S, RUTGERS
MAJOR reach that's arguably on par with or perhaps even worse than Tavon Wilson a year ago.
92 ST. LOUIS RAMS STEDMAN BAILEY, WR, WEST VIRGINIA
(f/ATL): Scouting Report
Smooth, productive pass catcher will reunite with college teammate Tavon Austin in the pros.
93 MIAMI DOLPHINS WILL DAVIS, CB, UTAH ST.
(f/SF/GB): Scouting Report
Rangy former JUCO standout with great size and athleticism is a playmaker in the secondary.
94 BALTIMORE RAVENS: BRANDON WILLIAMS, DT, MISSOURI SOUTHERN ST.
Incredibly stout nose tackle with playmaking ability to provide depth and push Terrance Cody.
95 HOUSTON TEXANS SAM MONTGOMERY, OLB, L.S.U.
(Comp): Scouting Report
Arguably a first round talent who fell due to character concerns but worth the risk at this point.
96 KANSAS CITY CHIEFS KNILE DAVIS, RB, ARKANSAS
(Comp): Scouting Report
Truly rare blend of size and speed but an underachiever with fumbling and durability issues.
97 TENNESSEE TITANS ZAVIER GOODEN, OLB, MISSOURI
(Comp): Scouting Report
Extremely fast, athletic 'backer can play inside or outside and may even push Colin McCarthy.
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