33 JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS: MATT BARKLEY, QB, USC
Potential starting quarterback compensates for average physical tools with top-notch intangibles.
34 SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS MARGUS HUNT, DE, S.M.U.
(f/KC): Scouting Report
Workout Warrior with freakish blend of size, speed and athleticism but is raw and inconsistent.
35 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES: E.J. MANUEL, QB, FLORIDA ST.
Exactly the type of dual-threat weapon that Chip Kelly is looking for to run his system in the NFL.
36 DETROIT LIONS: DAMONTRE MOORE, DE, TEXAS A&M
Productive edge rusher once thought of as a potential Top 10 pick slides due to awful workouts.
37 CINCINNATI BENGALS ERIC REID, S, L.S.U.
(f/OAK): Scouting Report
Arguably a first round talent who is only still available due to some durability issues (shoulders).
38 ARIZONA CARDINALS: MENELIK WATSON, OT, FLORIDA ST.
British import is an impressive physical specimen but has only been playing football two years.
Selection Used in Supplemental Draft (Josh Gordon)
39 NEW YORK JETS: RYAN NASSIB, QB, SYRACUSE
May come off the board as early #8 overall but will be a great fit in Marty Mornhinweg’s system.
40 TENNESSEE TITANS: DATONE JONES, DE, UCLA
Extremely versatile and could see action at either defensive end or defensive tackle in the pros.
41 BUFFALO BILLS: JUSTIN PUGH, OG, SYRACUSE
Undersized but super athletic blocker with outstanding intangibles to help replace Andy Levitre.
42 MIAMI DOLPHINS: JOHNTHAN BANKS, CB, MISSISSIPPI ST.
Jim Thorpe Award winner is a tall, rangy cover guy who is also a true ballhawk in the secondary.
43 TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS: JOHNATHAN HANKINS, DT, OHIO ST.
Massive space-eater will replace Roy Miller in the middle and really compliment Gerald McCoy.
44 CAROLINA PANTHERS: DEANDRE HOPKINS, WR, CLEMSON
Polished pass catcher who does all of the little things and will take pressure off of Steve Smith.
Selection Forfeited as Part of Punishment for "Bounty Gate" Scandal
45 SAN DIEGO CHARGERS: KEVIN MINTER, ILB, L.S.U.
Limited athletically but just a good, tough football player to replace cap casualty Takeo Spikes.
46 ST. LOUIS RAMS: LARRY WARFORD, OG, KENTUCKY
Huge, strong and powerful interior blocker could be the final piece to the offensive line puzzle.
47 DALLAS COWBOYS: KAWANN SHORT, DT, PURDUE
Talented underachiever would fit in quite nicely alongside Jay Ratliff in their new 4-3 scheme.
48 PITTSBURGH STEELERS: JOHNATHAN FRANKLIN, RB, UCLA
Isn't dynamic but a well-rounded player with top intangibles to replace Rashard Mendenhall.
49 NEW YORK GIANTS: ARTHUR BROWN, OLB, KANSAS ST.
Undersized but aggressive, speedy and athletic 'backer could very easily go in the first round.
50 CHICAGO BEARS: ZACH ERTZ, TE, STANFORD
Won't offer much as a blocker but a very good athlete and reliable weapon in the passing game.
51 WASHINGTON REDSKINS: D.J. SWEARINGER, S, SOUTH CAROLINA
Doesn't really stand out physically or athletically but performs much better in pads than shorts.
52 MINNESOTA VIKINGS: ROBERT WOODS, WR, USC
Smooth athlete can contribute in a number of different ways and will help replace Percy Harvin.
53 CINCINNATI BENGALS: TRAVIS FREDERICK, C, WISCONSIN
Big, physical, blue-collar blocker in pivot reunited with former college teammate Kevin Zeitler.
54 KANSAS CITY CHIEFS JAMIE COLLINS, OLB, SOUTHERN MISS
(f/IND/MIA): Scouting Report
Outstanding athlete with excellent speed gets pushed up board due to edge pass rush potential.
55 GREEN BAY PACKERS: MONTEE BALL, RB, WISCONSIN
James Starks and Alex Green were unable to get the job done so a top-notch runner is required.
56 SEATTLE SEAHAWKS: KYLE LONG, OG, OREGON
Athletic blocker with first-rate bloodlines and pedigree can step in at either right tackle or guard.
57 HOUSTON TEXANS: JESSE WILLIAMS, DL, ALABAMA
Intriguing physical specimen has experience at both nose tackle and five-technique in odd front.
58 DENVER BRONCOS: SAM MONTGOMERY, DE, L.S.U.
1st Round talent slides due to some character concerns, a la Ray Edwards and Everson Griffin.
59 NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS: BLIDI WREH-WILSON, CB, CONNECTICUT
Athletic and possesses prototypical blend of size / speed but game tape isn't nearly as impressive.
60 ATLANTA FALCONS: CORNELIUS WASHINGTON, DE, GEORGIA
Underachiever with early 1st Round physical tools may be worth taking a chance on at this point.
61 SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS: JOHN JENKINS, DT, GEORGIA
Simply massive 346-pound space-eater in middle to help replace Isaac Sopoaga at nose tackle.
62 BALTIMORE RAVENS: QUINTON PATTON, WR, LOUISIANA TECH
Not flashy but a reliable possession target who would be a nice replacement for Anquan Boldin.