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33. Jacksonville Jaguars: Ryan Nassib, Quarterback, Syracuse


Nassib has shown up well this season and has finally received some recognition despite playing in the bottom dwelling Big East. Nassib has benefited from a good defense and running game and I feel the Jags can offer him both. If MJD can be happy and healthy, and the defense can be consistent, it wouldn't surprise me if Nassib can be a good starting calibre quarterback.

34. Kansas City Chiefs: Sylvester Williams, Defensive Tackle, North Carolina

Tyson Jackson and Glenn Dorsey haven't lived up to their draft hype due to both their bad play and a system that doesn't suit them. The Chiefs need an impactful five technique and Williams offers great upside and is an even better player than former teammate Marvin Austin.

35. Philadelphia Eagles: Will Davis, Cornerback, Utah State

The cornerbacks of the Eagles look good on paper but that is about it. They need secondary help bad and Davis has even been garnering some first round hype despite playing for a smaller team.

36. Detroit Lions: Kenny Vaccarro, Safety, Texas

The Lions need both cornerback and safety help badly. I'm opting for Vaccarro here because he offers advanced pass coverage skills and some hard hitting. I'm not as big a fan of his as others because I feel his misses too many tackles, but I must admit I think he has great potential and may be the most pro ready safety in the 2013 draft class.

37. Cincinnati Bengals: Tony Jefferson, Safety, Oklahoma

The Bengals have a good safety in Nelson but they need a strong safety who can contribute right away. Jefferson fits the bill as a dynamic and explosive playmaker.

38. Arizona Cardinals: Jordan Poyer, Cornerback, Oregon State

The Cardinals have a good front seven but their secondary leaves a lot to be desired. Poyer was a gamechanger in college and will form an exciting tandem with the inconsistent but talented Patrick Peterson.

39. New York Jets: Bacarri Rambo, Safety, Georgia

Landry looked pretty good to me this season which shocked me but still not convinced partnering him with Bell is enough in the long term. Rambo makes some very stupid plays but he may also be the most talented defensive playmaker in college.

40. Tennessee Titans: Dallas Thomas, Guard, Tennessee

The Titans need some help up front and Thomas offers great upside. Only converted from tackle to guard last season, he was one of the few bright spots for a doomed Tennessee team.

41. Buffalo Bills: Tavon Austin, Wide Receiver, West Virginia

The Bills lack any outside weapons besides Stevie Johnson and a quartet of Johnson, Spiller, Jackson and Austin is as explosive as it gets on offense.

42. Miami Dolphins: Leon McFadden, Cornerback, San Diego State

Trading Vontae Davis away hurt the secondary and giving them a cornerback here seems a good fit. I'm a big fan of McFadden and think he offers immediate starting potential.

43. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Sharif Floyd, Defensive Tackle, Florida

McCoy stepped up this year but I don't think he has any great guys beside him. Floyd has been played out of position at Florida a lot but would offers some great upside in a tandem with the former number three overall pick.

44. Carolina Panthers: David Amerson, Cornerback, NC State

Might project better as a safety in the NFL but Carolina only has one cornerback playing well and that is Gamble. Amerson is a ballhawk and could be a big time talent.

45. San Diego Chargers: Larry Warford, Guard, Kentucky

Huge man who is surprisingly nimble. The Chargers looked awful in both the run agame and in pass protection when I saw their games this season. Warford can help in both areas.

46. St Louis Rams: Matt Elam, Safety, Florida

The safeties of the Rams aren't good enough and Elam, although undersized, would be a big upgrade.

47. Pittsburgh Steelers: Alec Ogletree, Linebacker, Georgia

I've not seen enough of Ogletree to truly know how good he is. Some say he is a first round talent with incredible speed so he would be a bargain here.

48. New York Giants: Chase Thomas, Linebacker, Stanford

Gritty but with limited potential. Broke out this season even more after showing better pass coverage. Could help make Giants pass rush even more troubling.

49. Dallas Cowboys: Chance Warmack, Guard, Alabama

Romo looked pretty good this year, too bad the interior line didn't.

50. Chicago Bears: Steadman Bailey, Wide Receiver, West Virginia

Marshall seemed like the only outside threat for the Bears this season. His skills alone require double coverage and so a deep threat like Bailey could take advantage.

51. Minnesota Vikings: Margus Hunt, Defensive End, SMU

Bit of a random pick but he has similar size to Jared Allen and who better to learn under? Not sure what system Hunt fits yet but I'll take a chance here. Have to add that the guy is a genius. I remember how much sports science he talked during an interview with him. Suppose that comes from his track background too.

52. Cincinnati Bengals: Khaseem Greene, Linebacker, Rutgers

The Bengals have a nice defense but could do with some linebacker help. Anyone who watched Greene this season knows this is a steal.

53. Wasington Redskins: Eric Reid, Safety, LSU

Had a bad senior year but is still a talented player who could have a long term future with the Skins.

54. Baltimore Ravens: Johnny Adams, Cornerback, Mighigan State

Like his junior tape better but is still a scrappy corner that was considered a first round talent.

55. Seattle Seahawks: Brennan Williams, Offensive Tackle, North Carolina

There doesn't seem to be a great right tackle so Williams could fill in.

56. Miami Dolphins: Gavin Escobar, Tight End, San Diego State

Another unknown player who is very good. Can block, catch and do everything else, very solid player and good security blanket for Tannehill.

57. Green Bay Packers: Giovani Bernard, Running Back, North Carolina

The Packers go through little bursts where they seem to have a run game going but it never lasts. Bernard has genuine star quality and the Packers could do worse than take a young, talented back with little wear.

58. San Francisco 49ers: Morgan Breslin, Defenive End, USC

A great pass rusher and playmaker, can bring him in on obvious passing situations and would also provide depth in case of injury. Would have liked Van Noy but he wants his senior year and getting another 3-4 rush specialist is fine.

59. Houston Texans: Zach Ertz, Tight End, Stanford

Had to find a spot for him and seems a good fit here. Both he and Daniels would pose defenses many problems.

60. New England Patriots: Markus Wheaton, Wide Receiver, Oregon State

Some receivers including Welker will be free agents and so taking one of the fastest and most sure handed college receivers seems sensible.

61. Denver Broncos: Alex Okafor, Defensive End, Texas

Not a huge need but there is room for improvement and so they good bpa.

62. Atlanta Falcons: Eddy Lacy, Running Back, Alabama

Turner is on the decline and adding another sledgehammer with a lot more speed and moves will help.

Tyler Bray, Tyler Wilson and Dion Sims were all close but left them off. Phillip Thomas could also go much higher but his bowl game performance left me a little worried by his play. Haven't seen Eric Fisher play so couldn't put him in my mock. Lastly, if some sophomores like Bradley Roby or Louis Nix come out, the landscape could change but I'm guessing they chase a national championship next year.

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