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Cordy Glenn likely cemented his place in the first round at the NFL Combine.
23. Detroit Lions: G/T Cordy Glenn, Georgia
Cordy Glenn showed up at the Senior Bowl and really caught some eyes, then followed up with an excellent Combine. The Detroit Lions will need some help on the offensive line, as Jeff Backus seems likely to leave. It isn't even outside the realm of possibility for Cordy to end up the starter at left tackle.
24. Pittsburgh Steelers: OT Riley Reiff, Iowa
The Pittsburgh Steelers always seem to struggle protecting Ben Roethlisberger. The team announced that they will be moving right tackle Marcus Gilbert over to Starks' left tackle spot. That leaves an opening for Riley Reiff at right tackle.
25. Denver Broncos: CB Stephon Gilmore, South Carolina
The Broncos will want some immediate impact from the Draft with Peyton Manning in the fold, and they need to start looking at replacements for Andre Goodman.
26. Houston Texans: WR Stephen Hill, Georgia Tech
No team in the NFL was in 3-Tight End sets more often than the Houston Texans. They would like to change that by getting someone better to play opposite Andre Johnson. Hill is the real deal.
27. New England Patriots: CB Janoris Jenkins, North Alabama
Bill Belichick needs the help in his defensive secondary badly, and has a history of taking players from Urban Meyer's program. Janoris Jenkins has serious talent, but his off-field issues have also been serious.
28. Green Bay Packers: LB Courtney Upshaw, Alabama
The Packers have had trouble finding a pass-rush presence to play opposite Clay Matthews in their 3-4 defense. I believe Courtney Upshaw would be perfect for that job because of his being a well-rounded run stopper as well as pass rusher.
29. Baltimore Ravens: OT Jonathan Martin, Stanford
The combination of Michael Oher at right tackle and Bryant McKinnie at left tackle were not cutting it in 2011. Joe Flacco is not great under pressure, so the team will need to make sure they get as good tackle play as they can.
30. San Francisco 49ers: DT Alamaeda Ta'amu, Washington
Harbaugh will be familiar with Ta'amu from coaching against Washington at Stanford. Ta'amu should be able to train on as Isaac Sopoaga's eventual replacement at nose tackle.
31. New England Patriots: DE Vinny Curry, Marshall
The Patriots seem set to lose Mark Anderson via free agency, and may lose Andre Carter as well. Both players rushed the passer well in 2011. Rumors have Vinny rising up into the first round.
32. New York Giants: G Kevin Zeitler, Wisconsin
The Giants are another team that need help along the offensive line. They would prefer to get a strong tackle here but none available, including the overrated Mike Adams of Ohio State, grade this high. When all is said and done, Kevin Zeitler should be regarded as a first rounder.