33. Indianapolis Colts, DL Jerel Worthy, Michigan State
Jerel Worthy slips in my recent mock, but the Indianapolis Colts could use his bulk up the middle in an attempt to rebuild a weak defense.
34. St. Louis Rams, RB Chris Polk, Washington
Stephen Jackson is still running hard, but there is no telling when he is going to hit that wall that all running backs hit in their late 20s. Polk can be a a featured back in the NFL, expect the Rams to go here.
35. Minnesota Vikings, CB Jayron Hosley, Virginia Tech
Antoine Winfield saw his game drop off a great deal in 2011, the Vikings needs to address this position with a youngster. Jayron Hosley gives them value at a need position.
36. Tampa Bay Buccaneers, CB Jamell Fleming, Oklahoma
Aqib Talib's run-in with the law may prevent him from playing in 2012. Even if the Buccaneers No. 1 corner is able to get on the field, they need an upgrade at the No. 2 corner position. Fleming brings them experience and ability in the second round here.
37. Cleveland Browns, TE Dwayne Allen, Clemson
Robert Griffin III gets an all-around receiving threat here in Dwayne Allen. The former Clemson tight end will come in and immediately become a solid safety valve between the hashes.
38. Jacksonville Jaguars, G Cordy Glenn, Georgia
Jacksonville has some nice, young offensive linemen led by Euguene Monroe. However, it is going o be hard to pass up on the value they get here in Glenn. He will only help open up larger holes for Maurice Jones-Drew.
39. Washington Redskins, QB Ryan Tannehill, Texas A&M
Missing the Senior Bowl due to injury is really going to hurt Tannehill's draft stock, especially with the Skin's coaches leading the North. Nonetheless, he does have ample time to prove he is the third-best quarterback in the draft. Washington goes with enormous upside here.
40. Miami Dolphins, QB Nick Foles, Arizona
Ryan Tannehill and Nick Foles are 3A and 3B in my book. Miami gets their man in the Arizona signal caller. His ceiling is incredibly high and he could actually come in and start sooner rather than later.
41. Buffalo Bills, LB LaVonte David, Nebraska
I didn't address the Bills defense in the first round, so I go with the best available player at a need position. David possesses all the athletic ability that is needed to be a standout inside linebacker in their 4-3 scheme. It helps solidify their front seven.
42. Carolina Panthers, LB Donta' Hightower, Alabama
They address the defense again in the second round with a perfect fit for their 3-4 defense. Hightower will add a nice amount of athleticism to the front seven.
43.Seattle Seahawks, RB David Wilson, Virginia Tech
Marshawn Lynch might be going beast mode on us, but he isn't a spring chicken by any stretch of the imagination. They get extremely good value with a possible featured back in the second round.
44. Kansas City Chiefs, WR Mohamed Sano, Rutgers
Dwayne Bowe might be leaving via free agency. Even if he returns, they are going to need to get more weapons on the outside. Sano is a big target with soft hands.
45. Dallas Cowboys, S Markelle Martin, Oklahoma
The Boys' address their secondary with their first two picks after going corner in the first round. Martin was somewhat of a late bloomer, but he came on strong in 2011.
46. Philadelphia Eagles, WR Dwight Jones, North Carolina
We have absolutely no idea if DeSean Jackson is going to return to Philadelphia next season. They get a contingency plan here in Dwight Jones who will give Michael Vick a big target on the outside.
47. New York Jets, RB Doug Martin, Boise State
If Nick Foles was here, I could easily see the Jets going in that direction. Instead, I see them reaching for a running back that does have what it takes to make a consistent impact. Need, but not much value here.
48. New England Patriots, LB Vinny Curry, Marshall
Your secondary is only as good as your pass rush. Outside of Andre Carter the Patriots really don't have one. Get an elite pass rusher and it makes your secondary better, just ask the 49ers.
49. San Diego Chargers, WR Nick Toon, Wisconsin
I don't think we can be sold on the idea that Vincent Jackson will be in San Diego next season. If that is the case, they will need to get another wide receiver. Toon gives them that big-bodied target on the outside.
50. Chicago Bears, G Kevin Zeitler, Wisconsin
Gabe Carimi missing the majority of his rookie season hurt this unit. Even with him onboard, it is nothing to write home about. All Zeitler did was open up holes for Montee Ball and protect Russell Wilson at Wisconsin. Great value pick at a need position. Also reunites him with his former Badger teammate.
51. Philadelphia Eagles, OT Levy Adcock, Oklahoma State
A lot of the focus on Philadelphia's lackluster season was on their defense, but this unit continued to struggle. Adcock would give them a nice young tackle for the future.
52. Tennessee Titans, DL Fletcher Cox, Mississippi State
It is important the Titans build a front seven that will be capable of stopping the two-headed monster in Houston. Fletcher Cox gives them a defensive lineman that can transition inside and outside. He will make an immediate impact. Somewhat of a steal considering he is 38 on my big board.
53. Cincinnati Bengals, DE/LB Andre Branch, Clemson
Now that the Bengals appear set on offense, they need to address the future of this front seven. Andre Branch is your prototypical 4-3 defensive end, giving them depth and talent moving forward.
54. Detroit Lions, CB Chase Minnifield, Virginia
The Virginia corner was slated as a first-round pick when the earliest mocks came out prior to the 2011 regular season, he slipped a bit over the course of this season. Still, the Lions need to address their secondary and he gives them some value at a need position.
55. Atlanta Falcons, OT Zebrie Sanders, Florida State
Sanders is an extremely-high-ceiling player that needs some seasoning. Sam Baker is just not getting it done at tackle. This is a win-win for the Falcons who gave up their first-round pick in the Julio Jones trade last season.
56. Pittsburgh Steelers, S Bacarri Rambo, Georgia
Ryan Clark and Troy Polamalu are not getting any younger. At some point the Steelers will have to address both safety positions. Here I have them going with a raw, but talented player. They will be able to ease him into the starting lineup, giving the Georgia star time at adapt to the next level.
57. Denver Broncos, WR Rueben Randle, Louisiana State
While Damaryius Thomas has come up big this postseason, Denver still needs to address their wide receiver position. In Randle, they get a player that can stretch the field and contribute immediately.
58. New York Giants, LB Ronnell Lewis, Oklahoma
I am in the minority opinion that Lewis translates well as a 4-3 inside linebacker, which is exactly what the Giants need right now. Mark Herzlich may have a solid career ahead of him, but is a project right now.
59. Houston Texans, WR Jarius Wright, Arkansas
Wright would give the Texans a solid No. 2 receiver opposite Andre Johnson. I went with need and value here, which indicates Houston is pretty much set on defense at this point.
60. New Orleans Saints, DT Brandon Thompson, Clemson
The Saints gave up five yards per rush this season and Aubrayo Franklin is set to become a free agent. They get a really nice interior lineman who I have rated No. 31 on my big board.
61. Baltimore Ravens, S Robert Lester, Alabama
Much like the Pittsburgh Steelers, this team is in need of a young safety. While it isn't assured Robert Lester will be coming out, I think it's going to happen.
62. San Francisco 49ers, LB Brandon Jenkins, Florida State
Despite the emergence of Aldon Smith as one of the best, young pass rushers in the league, San Francisco could use someone opposite him in their 3-4 scheme. Really good value pick here.
63. New England Patriots, S Antonio Allen, South Carolina
Defense, defense and more defense: this will be the name of the game for New England in April. Antonio Allen may see his stock rise during the Senior Bowl, which means he could be off the board. If not, the Patriots grab him quickly.
64. Green Bay Packers, CB Brandon Boykin, Georgia
I came close to going with LaMichael James here, who would give Green Bay just another added dimension on offense. Instead, they go with need in a player that continually surprises scouts with his exceptional coverage ability