Pick 33 - St. Louis Rams
Jerel Worthy, Defensive Tackle, Michigan State
Notes: Jerel Worthy gives the St. Louis defense an immediate impact and upgrade at defensive tackle. He's the presence the team needs in the middle of their defense.
Pick 34 - Indianapolis Colts
Brandon Thompson, Defensive Tackle, Clemson
Notes: The Colts find a second rookie starter in Thompson, the ideal three-technique defensive tackle for their defense.
Pick 35 - Minnesota Vikings
Jared Crick, Defensive Tackle, Nebraska
Note: Crick is a first-rounder if healthy, but a torn pectoral muscle could hurt his draft stock.
Pick 36 - Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Mohamed Sanu, Wide Receiver, Rutgers
Note: If the Buccaneers want to rediscover Josh Freeman, they need to give him help at wide receiver.
Pick 37 - Cleveland Browns
Brandon Washington, Offensive Guard, Miami (FL)
Note: Brandon Washington left Miami early, but he's ready for the NFL. He's big, fluid and athletic. He's a rookie starter at right guard.
Pick 38 - Jacksonville Jaguars
Vinny Curry, Defensive End, Marshall
Note: The lack of a pass rush on the edge limited the Jaguars' defense in 2011. Curry has Elvis Dumervil or Robert Mathis-style talent.
Pick 39 - Washington Redskins
Mark Barron, Strong Safety, Alabama
Note: If LaRon Landry chooses to leave town, the Redskins will need to make major upgrades. Barron would be that upgrade.
Pick 40 - Miami Dolphins
Nick Foles, Quarterback, Arizona
Note: The Dolphins missed out on a quarterback in Round 1, but land a potential rookie starter with Nick Foles.
Pick 41 - Carolina Panthers
Quinton Coples, Defensive End, North Carolina
Note: Greg Hardy hasn't been the impact the team hoped he would be at left end. Coples can play left end and, in a worst-case scenario, play some defensive tackle.
Pick 42 - Buffalo Bills
Orson Charles, Tight End, Georgia
Note: Buffalo gives Ryan Fitzpatrick help at tight end instead of drafting a potential replacement for him.
Pick 43 - Kansas City Chiefs
Zebrie Sanders, Offensive Tackle, FSU
Note: Sanders has played both left and right tackle at Florida State. He's an immediate upgrade over Barry Richardson on the right side
Pick 44 - Seattle Seahawks
Kirk Cousins, Quarterback, Michigan State
Note: No quarterback in Round 1 means Pete Carroll finds his future franchise quarterback in the second round.
Pick 45 - Dallas Cowboys
Robert Lester, Free Safety, Alabama
Note: Lester hasn't declared yet, but when and if he does he'll be the No. 1 free safety prospect in the class.
Pick 46 - Philadelphia Eagles
Lavonte David, Outside Linebacker, Nebraska
Note: Speed on defense is a major need for Philadelphia. David, combined with Mark Barron, will immediately fix problems on the Eagle defense.
Pick 47 - New York Jets
Billy Winn, Defensive End, Boise State
Note: A big-bodied end with the strength to line up opposite Muhammad Wilkerson at end in the Jets' 3-4 defense.
Pick 48 - New England Patriots (from Oakland Raiders)
Jamell Fleming, Cornerback, Oklahoma
Note: Fleming is a fast-rising player on draft boards. He's an ideal fit at cornerback in the New England scheme.
Pick 49 - San Diego Chargers
Andre Branch, Outside Linebacker, Clemson
Note: Replacing the rotation opposite Shaun Phillips is a need. Antwan Barnes is at best a situational player. Branch is an every-down starter.
Pick 50 - Chicago Bears
Andrew Datko, Offensive Tackle, FSU
Note: Jay Cutler will be back in 2012, but if the Bears want to make another run at the Super Bowl they need better protection. Datko was a first-round talent before injury.
Pick 51 - Philadelphia Eagles (from Arizona Cardinals)
Dwayne Allen, Tight End, Clemson
Note: The Eagles have surprisingly few needs. Getting an athletic pass-catcher at tight end would help out the Philadelphia passing game immensely.
Pick 52 - Tennessee Titans
Kelechi Osemele, Offensive Guard, Iowa State
Note: The Titans' interior offensive line needs remade. Osemele has an NFL body and is ready to start.
Pick 53 - Cincinnati Bengals
Jayron Hosley, Cornerback, Virginia Tech
Note: Cincinnati missed Leon Hall in the playoffs. They really miss Johnathan Joseph. Hosley helps both areas.
Pick 54 - Atlanta Falcons
Coby Fleener, Tight End, Stanford
Note: Tony Gonzalez has one season left in him. Fleener doesn't fill an immediate need, but few players left on the board would help Atlanta right away.
Pick 55 - Detroit Lions
Bobby Wagner, Outside Linebacker, Utah State
Note: The Lions' defense is good, but they found out they're not ready to stand up against an elite offense. Getting faster at outside linebacker is a major step in the right direction.
Pick 56 - Pittsburgh Steelers
Chase Minnfield, Cornerback, Virginia
Note: Tim Tebow is still completing deep balls against Pittsburgh. They need help at cornerback.
Pick 57 - Denver Broncos
David Wilson, Running Back, Virginia Tech
Note: Willis McGahee looked good in 2011. Wilson gives the team speed and a true backup who can stretch a defense.
Pick 58 - New York Giants
Nate Potter, Offensive Tackle, Boise State
Note: William Beatty hasn't stuck at left tackle yet. Nate Potter has the skills to play tackle or possibly guard.
Pick 59 - Houston Texans
Sylvester Williams, Nose Tackle, North Carolina
Note: Williams hasn't entered the draft yet, but if he does he'll become a top nose tackle prospect. He's a logical replacement in the middle of the defense.
Pick 60 - New Orleans Saints
Keenan Robinson, Outside Linebacker, Texas
Note: Keenan Robinson brings something the Saints don't have right now: speed on defense.
Pick 61 - Baltimore Ravens
Kevin Zeitler, Offensive Guard, Wisconsin
Note: Ben Grubbs will hit free agency this summer and is expected to ask for big money. If he goes, Zeitler would be an instant impact replacing him at left guard.
Pick 62 - San Francisco 49ers
Jarius Wright, Wide Receiver, Arkansas
Note: The 49ers will need a wide receiver after cutting Braylon Edwards and with Josh Morgan coming off IR and becoming a free agent.
Pick 63 - New England Patriots
Brian Quick, Wide Receiver, Appalachian State
Note: Quick has the size and hands to be the outside wide receiver the New England Patriots need to draw attention away from their inside game.
Pick 64 - Green Bay Packers
Fletcher Cox, Defensive End, Mississippi State
Note: Fletcher Cox isn't as high on my board as others. I see him filling a role similar to B.J. Raji here—moving around between end and tackle.