65 TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS: JEREMIAH POUTASI, OT / OG, UTAH
Versatile blocker who could play either tackle or guard to shore up
major issues in the trenches.
66 TENNESSEE TITANS: DANIELLE HUNTER, OLB, L.S.U.
Underachiever looks every bit the part of a 1st Round pick on paper but wasn't overly productive.
67 JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS: T.J. YELDON, RB, ALABAMA
Toby Gerhart was a disappointment and Denard Robinson profiles as more of a situational type.
68 OAKLAND RAIDERS: JOSH SHAW, CB / S, USC
Impressive physical specimen in the secondary who could project to either corner or safety.
69 WASHINGTON REDSKINS: AMEER ABDULLAH, RB, NEBRASKA
May not have the size to be a workhorse but would be a perfect change-of-pace to Alfred Morris.
70 NEW YORK JETS: DUKE JOHNSON, RB, MIAMI (FL)
Underrated runner to bolster rushing attack that has left something to be desired in recent years.
71 CHICAGO BEARS: P.J. WILLIAMS, CB, FLORIDA ST.
Arguably a 1st Round talent but slides due to character concerns following recent
72 ST. LOUIS RAMS: BRYCE PETTY, QB, BAYLOR
At the absolute least depth / insurance is needed behind a still somewhat unproven Nick Foles.
73 ATLANTA FALCONS: DAVID JOHNSON, RB, NORTHERN IOWA
Super productive small school runner with impressive size to compete with Devonta Freeman.
74 NEW YORK GIANTS: ADRIAN AMOS, S, PENN ST.
Big and versatile defensive back with ability to see action at free safety or match up in the slot.
75 NEW ORLEANS SAINTS RONALD DARBY, CB, FLORIDA ST.
Underachiever with a very intriguing blend of size, speed and athleticism plus a lot of upside.
76 MINNESOTA VIKINGS: PAUL DAWSON, LB, T.C.U.
Undersized but a terrific 'backer capable of projecting either inside or outside at the next level.
77 CLEVELAND BROWNS: GARRETT GRAYSON, QB, COLORADO ST.
Josh McCown isn't the answer and Johnny Manziel certainly can't be counted on at this point.
78 NEW ORLEANS SAINTS TRE JACKSON, OG, FLORIDA ST.
(f/MIA): Scouting Report
Big, physical blocker who will help shore up the interior following the trade of Ben Grubbs.
79 SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS: JALEN COLLINS, CB, L.S.U.
Reinforcements are required in the secondary following losses of Chris Culliver and Perrish Cox.
80 KANSAS CITY CHIEFS: SENQUEZ GOLSON, CB, OLE MISS
True playmaker in the secondary who lacks ideal size but appears ideally suited for a nickel role.
81 BUFFALO BILLS: BRETT HUNDLEY, QB, UCLA
A first round talent with considerable upside but lacks polish and must become more consistent.
82 HOUSTON TEXANS: DORAN GRANT, CB, OHIO ST.
Impressive size / speed prospect to provide depth and eventually replace Johnathan Joseph.
83 SAN DIEGO CHARGERS: HAU'OLI KIKAHA, OLB, WASHINGTON
Other than Jeremiah Attaochu there's little or nothing to speak of when it comes to pass rushers.
84 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES: RASHAD GREENE, WR, FLORIDA ST.
Slight but polished pass catcher to compete for the #3 job and further bolster the passing attack.
85 CINCINNATI BENGALS: TYLER KROFT, TE, RUTGERS
Intriguing developmental prospect for depth since Jermaine Gresham's return is in doubt.
86 ARIZONA CARDINALS: LORENZO MAULDIN, OLB, LOUISVILLE
Positional 'tweener but dangerous edge pass rusher with a fantastic motor and good intangibles.
87 PITTSBURGH STEELERS: JEFF HEUERMAN, TE, OHIO ST.
Underrated prospect gets job done as a blocker and may have been underutilzed as a pass catcher.
88 DETROIT LIONS: TYLER LOCKETT, WR, KANSAS ST.
Small but extremely speedy slot receiver can also contribute as a return man on special teams.
89 CAROLINA PANTHERS: JUSTIN HARDY, WR, EAST CAROLINA
Cupboard is almost bare at wideout so they double-dip with a possession receiver from the region.
90 BALTIMORE RAVENS: GRADY JARRETT, DT, CLEMSON
Undersized nose tackle compensates for physical shortcomings with technique, leverage and effort.
91 DALLAS COWBOYS: D'JOUN SMITH, CB, FLORIDA ATLANTIC
Big, speedy cover guy adds much needed depth since Morris Claiborne has been a disappointment.
92 DENVER BRONCOS: JAQUISKI TARTT, S, SAMFORD
Physical small schooler with terrific blend of size, speed and athleticism to replace Rahim Moore.
93 INDIANAPOLIS COLTS: HRONISS GRASU, C, OREGON
Started three different players at the center position last season. What more needs to be said?
94 GREEN BAY PACKERS: ALEX CARTER, CB, STANFORD
Big, physical and aggressive with pro bloodlines and ability to play corner or safety in the pros.
95 SEATTLE SEAHAWKS: TY SAMBRAILO, OG, COLORADO ST.
James Carpenter bolted in free agency and J.R. Sweezy has one year remaining on his contract.
96 NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS: CHRIS CONLEY, WR, GEORGIA
Yet another swing at the wideout position for the Pats with this big and very fast pass catcher.
97 NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS MARCUS HARDISON, DT, ARIZONA ST.
(Comp): Scouting Report
Reinfrocements are probably needed on the interior following the departure of Vince Wilfork.
98 KANSAS CITY CHIEFS DERRON SMITH, S, FRESNO ST.
(Comp): Scouting Report
Lacks prototypical size and has some durability concerns but is equal parts fast and aggressive.
99 CINCINNATI BENGALS MARKUS GOLDEN, DE, MISSOURI
(Comp): Scouting Report
Average size and speed but solid production and intangibles along with a nice program pedigree.