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40. Orson Charles, TE, Georgia
Charles certainly hasn't helped himself this offseason, but in a very thin tight end class, Charles' stock will not fall too far.
41. Jeff Allen, OL, Illinois
If you can pass block in this league, teams will find a place for you. Allen might be a better left guard than tackle in the NFL.
42. B.J. Coleman, QB, UT-Chattanooga
Coleman can make all the throws, even if he is a bit erratic at times. As a developmental quarterback, I'm not sure there is a better one.
43. Brandon Brooks, OL, Miami (OH)
An enormous prospect with the ability to bend, Brooks was probably the biggest combine snub of 2012. I'd be shocked if he made it past the fourth round.
44. Chris Givens, WR, Wake Forest
Givens has incredible speed, if he is a bit rough around the edges as a receiver. Look for him to be drafted as a vertical threat near the end of day two.
45. Nick Toon, WR, Wisconsin
Toon isn't going to be a "separation" guy down the field, but he can really shine on crossing routes over the middle and jump balls.
46. Brock Osweiler, QB, Arizona State
Osweiler is a born leader with the confidence and ability to lead an NFL team. With his arm and athleticism, he is bound to improve with NFL coaching and a decent offense to run.
47. Kirk Cousins, QB, Michigan State
Cousins doesn't face down pressure well, but he has all the intangibles and an NFL arm. He is a backup right now, with the ability to develop into an above-average starter.
48. Zebrie Sanders, OT, Florida State
Sanders' stock has slipped a bit as of late, but he is a smart lineman that has some upside at the next level. His college tape will get him drafted in the first four rounds.
49. Isaiah Pead, RB, Cincinnati
Part of the second tier of running backs, Pead is a guy I really like. His shiftiness and speed will get him drafted at the start of day three at the latest.
50. Robert Turbin, RB, Utah State
Turbin is a powerful runner with some versatility—he isn't just a "cloud of dust" power runner.