33. St. Louis Rams: Jayron Hosley, Cornerback, Virginia Tech
Even after adding Cortland Finnegan to the mix, the Rams are going to have to get young and more talented at corner. Jayron Hosley is a player than can come in and contribute immediately.
34. Indianapolis Colts: Stephen Hill, Wide Receiver, Georgia Tech
Andrew Luck gets some more help in the passing game with this selection. I have Hill with a first-round grade, so they get value at a need position.
35. Minnesota Vikings: Alshon Jeffery, Wide Receiver, South Carolina
Percy Harvin became more of a consistent threat on the outside for the Vikings in 2011, but they need more help at wide receiver. Michael Jenkins just isn't the answer as the No. 2 wide receiver. The addition of Jeffery enables Minnesota to look to the future and get a player that should contribute in the slot immediately.
36. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Lavonte David, Linebacker, Nebraska
The Buccaneers were downright horrible on defense towards the end of the 2011 season. In short, they need to get some help in the front seven. David provides them with upside and speed at the linebacker position.
37. Cleveland Browns: Brandon Weeden, Quarterback, Oklahoma State
They would be wise to wait until the second round to find competition for Colt McCoy at the quarterback position. Reaching for a quarterback with either of their first-round picks makes no sense right now. Weeden has a tremendous amount of upside and possesses better NFL skills than McCoy.
38. Jacksonville Jaguars: Rueben Randle, Wide Receiver, Louisiana State
Despite signing Laurent Robinson in free agency, the Jaguars are in need of more help on the outside. Robinson and Mike Thomas will not scare opposing defenses. Randle has the ability to stretch the field and could make an immediate impact.
39. St. Louis Rams: Chris Polk, Running Back, Washington (From Washington Redskins)
Steven Jackson is getting to that age where running backs start to slow down a great deal. Additionally, this is an extremely deep draft in terms of this position. It just makes sense for them to get that eventual replacement for Jackson. Polk has first-round value as well.
40. Carolina Panthers: Chase Minnifield, Cornerback, Virginia
They need a tremendous amount of help all along the defensive side of the ball. Carolina struggled to stop the passing game in 2011 and need to get younger at the corner position. Minnifield is physical at the line and can provide some help as a nickel guy early in his career before moving to the outside after he gains some more experience.
41. Buffalo Bills: Chandler Jones, Defensive End, Syracuse
The Bills are quickly building a nice core on the defensive side of the ball to go along with that electric offense. Jones provides them with an immediate burst at the defensive end and outside linebacker position. He should be helped a great deal with Mario Williams and Mark Anderson on the roster.
42. Miami Dolphins: Mohamed Sanu, Wide Receiver, Rutgers
This is all about rebuilding when it comes to the Dolphins. They not only need to replace Brandon Marshall, they need to get more depth and talent at wide receiver. Sanu has not had a great postseason, but provides them with size and physicality on the outside.
43. Seattle Seahawks: Whitney Mercilus, Defensive End, Illinois
It would be a shame for Seattle to waste the production of Red Bryant in the front four. The massive defensive linemen will create gaps on the outside by taking up double teams. This is where Mercilus comes into play. While he doesn't have a tremendous amount of upside, there is value and need with this selection.
44. Kansas City Chiefs: Alameda Ta'amu, Defensive Tackle, Washington
The Chiefs have been looking for an anchor along the defensive line in free agency without much success. Acquiring a massive body like Ta'amu will make the rest of their front seven that much better.
45. Dallas Cowboys: Alfonzo Dennard, Cornerback, Nebraska
After passing up on a corner in the first round, the Cowboys get tremendous value here. Dennard was considered a first-round talent just a month ago, but has since seen his stock level out. The Nebraska product is as physical as they come and will help Dallas make the transition to a younger secondary.
46. Philadelphia Eagles: Brandon Boykin, Cornerback, Georgia
It isn't a secret that the Eagles are attempting to trade Asante Samuel. I expect that to get done prior to the draft later this month. If that is the case, they are going to have to find a nickel guy that can come in and contribute immediately. Boykin improved every single year in college and should be a real find in the second round.
47. New York Jets: Brian Quick, Wide Receiver, Appalachian State
A great combination of value and need here. I actually have a late first-round grade on Brian Quick, who is going to turn some heads in the NFL. The Jets are also desperate to add young talent at wide receiver. This should be a no-brainer.
48. New England Patriots: Devon Still, Defensive Line, Penn State
They continue to build that defense with a prototypical New England defensive lineman. Still has the ability to maintain his gap in the trenches, which creates holes for oncoming pass-rushers on the outside. He has first-round talent, so this is a steal.
49. San Diego Chargers: Jonathan Martin, Offensive Tackle, Stanford
One of the biggest drops in this mock draft is Martin, who was tasked to protect Andrew Luck's blindside the last few seasons at Stanford. He has first-round potential, but has seen his stock drop after a bad combine performance. San Diego gets value at a need position here.
50. Chicago Bears: Mike Adams, Offensive Tackle, Ohio State
Much like Martin before him, Adams was projected to be a sure fire first-round pick just a couple months ago. He also struggled in skill specific drills at the combine, showing a lot of rawness to his game. The Bears will be getting a player that can start after learning the nuances of the game and fixing his lateral movement ability.
51. Philadelphia Eagles: Brandon Thompson, Defensive Tackle, Clemson
Once again, the Eagles address a poor front seven here. Thompson was one of the best gap-maintaining defensive tackles in college football last season. His performance along the interior of Clemson's defensive line was one of the primary reasons that teammate Andre Branch racked up double-digit sacks in 2011.
52. Tennessee Titans: Ben Jones, Center, Georgia
This is a position that the Titans could have easily gone in the first round. However, cornerback seemed to be more pressing of a need. Jones is the second-best center in the draft and provides them extremely good value in the latter half of the second round.
53. Cincinnati Bengals: Bobby Wagner, Linebacker, Utah State
Even before his outstanding pro day performance, I had Wagner as a fringe first-round pick. He is dominating going sideline to sidelines, has great physical ability in terms of coverage and can get to the quarterback consistently on blitzes. There is no way that Cincinnati passes up on the stud linebacker should he fall to them.
54. Detroit Lions: Zach Brown, Linebacker, North Carolina
While Brown is an extremely raw linebacker, it is hard to deny the physical ability that the young linebacker possesses. He can fly to the ball on the outside, consistently closing down running lanes. What worried me about Brown is his inability to read plays and shed blocks. Will need some seasoning in order to make an impact in the NFL.
55. Atlanta Falcons: Bobby Massie, Offensive Tackle, Mississippi
Sam Baker isn't the long-term answer for the Falcons at the tackle position. They also failed to sign an immediate upgrade from the marginal veteran. While Massie wont be able to make an immediate impact, he has some tremendous upside. More of a projection pick than anything else.
56. Pittsburgh Steelers: Kelechi Osemele, Offensive Line, Iowa State
This is where the Steelers address their offensive line concerns. Despite being incredibly raw, Osemele does possess that raw talent that their coaching staff could work with. He can play both tackle or guard at the next level. Expect them to take the Iowa State product should he fall here and then decide what to do with him later.
57. Denver Broncos: Jamel Fleming, Cornerback, Oklahoma
I have a late first-round grade on Fleming, but in a deep draft class at this position, some prospects are sure to fall. The Broncos get tremendous value as a position of need. Fleming will be able to make an immediate contribution in pass defense and is already a pretty damn good player.
58. Houston Texans: Mike Martin, Defensive Line, Michigan
They have a really nice rotation going along the front three of this up-and-coming defense, but that doesn't mean Houston wont add another key cog. Martin is one of the most underrated defensive players in the draft. He can play both inside and outside depending on game specific situations.
59. Green Bay Packers: Markelle Martin, Safety, Oklahoma State
It doesn't appear that Nick Collins will be able to return from that devastating neck injury. If that is the case, the Packers are going to have to find a replacement. Martin has a tremendous amount of upside as a free safety and would form a nice young safety tandem with Morgan Burnett.
60. Baltimore Ravens: David Wilson, Running Back, Virginia Tech
Ray Rice is going to be the Ravens' primary running back for the foreseeable future. He still needs to have a complementary guy in the backfield. Wilson is an extremely raw back, but possesses some one of the best natural skill sets of any offensive player in the draft.
61. San Francisco 49ers: Kevin Zeitler, Guard, Wisconsin
This is where the 49ers go to address their only major need. Adam Snyder, who was a marginal player, left for the Arizona Cardinals in free agency. That created a hole along the offensive line. Zeitler should be able to come in and start immediately after playing in a pro-style blocking scheme at Wisconsin.
62. New England Patriots: Marvin Jones, Wide Receiver, California
They stray away from the defensive side of the ball with this because because the value was too great to pass up. Jones was a victim of horrible quarterback play at Cal; this forced a lot of us to overlook his game. The talented young receiver can stretch the field and has one of the softest set of hands in the entire draft. Definitely a first-round value here.
63. New York Giants: Orson Charles, Tight End, Georgia
Despite signing Martellus Bennett, the Giants need to get another threat at the tight end position. Just a month ago, Charles was considered a late first-round pick. Following an average combine performance and subsequent DUI arrest, his stock has dropped. Make no mistake about it, the talent is there.