33. Rams: Alshon Jeffery, South Carolina, WR
The Rams didn't go with a wide receiver in the first round, so why not go with someone that was once considered a first-round selection? Makes sense to me.
34. Colts: Mark Barron, Alabama, SS
Many have Mark Barron going in the top 15 of this year's draft, but I'm not buying it. I like him right here with Indianapolis.
35. Vikings: Rueben Randle, LSU, WR
Minnesota needs to continue to build around Christian Ponder and they need to supply him with the best talent possible. It's just simple.
36. Buccaneers: Doug Martin, Boise State, RB
LeGerrette Blount might be a quality running back, but he shouldn't be the featured back and needs to have someone split carries with—that's where Doug Martin comes in.
37. Browns: Kevin Zeitler, Wisconsin, OB
The Browns need to continue adding talent to their offensive unit, as it was putrid in 2011.
38. Jaguars: Stephen Hill, Georgia Tech, WR
Blaine Gabbert isn't going to get any better unless if he has talent to throw to.
39. Rams: Lamar Miller, Miami, RB
Over the past few seasons, the Rams have failed to have a quality running back behind Steven Jackson. Lamar Miller should be able to be that guy.
40. Panthers: Andre Branch, Clemson, DE
Carolina went with a value back in the first round and now will address a need with the selection of defensive end Andre Branch.
41. Bills: Brandon Weeden, Oklahoma State, QB
Is anyone really sold on Ryan Fitzpatrick? Perhaps Brandon Weeden is the guy to lead the Buffalo Bills in 2012 and in the future.
42. Dolphins: Vinny Curry, Marshall, DE
Miami needs a ton of help in the pass-rushing department and Vinny Curry is the best available.
43. Seahawks: Chandler Jones, Syracuse, DE
Seattle didn't have much of a pass-rusher presence in 2011 aside from Chris Clemons, perhaps that will change with the selection of Chandler Jones.
44. Chiefs: Kendall Reyes, UConn, DT
Kansas City needs some help along their defensive front and UConn's Kendall Reyes is by far the best available at this point.
45. Cowboys: Jared Crick, Nebraska DE
The Dallas Cowboys could solidify their defensive front seven with this selection as Jared Crick is one of this year's top run-stopping defensive ends.
46. Eagles: Janoris Jenkins, North Alabama, CB
I'm assuming that Asante Samuel wont be back in 2012 and the Eagles will gladly welcome Janoris Jenkins—despite his character issues as you can't deny that he's one hell of a talent.
47. Jets: Mohamed Sanu, Rutgers, WR
The Jets wont be bringing back Plaxico Burress for another go-around in 2012. With that being said, they need to find his replacement and Mohamed Sanu could certainly be that guy.
48. Patriots: Shea McClellin, Boise State, OLB
This is a perfect match for New England and Shea McClellin as he's versatile enough to play multiple positions on the defensive side of the ball.
49. Chargers: Lavonte David, Nebraska, OLB
San Diego needs to add some depth at outside linebacker and Lavonte David is the best available at this point for the Chargers.
50. Bears: Amini Silatolu, Midwestern State, OG
Let's just say that Chicago's offensive line is a complete mess.
51. Eagles: Bobby Wagner, Utah State, LB
The Eagles need to find some production out of their linebackers in 2012 and the time to win is now for Andy Reid as this could very well be his last chance in Philly.
52. Titans: Brandon Brookes, Miami (Ohio), OG
The Titans need to add some stability at the offensive guard position if they want to continue winning games in 2012.
53. Bengals: Brandon Washington, Miami, OG
Cincinnati needs to find a replacement for offensive guard Nate Livings and it certainly appears that Brandon Washington out of Miami can be that guy to fill in and take the starting job.
54. Lions: Josh Robinson, UCF, CB
Detroit really has one of the worst secondaries in the NFL and needs to address that immediately.
55. Falcons: Kelechi Osemele, Iowa State, OL
Kelechi Osemele is a versatile offensive linemen that can fill multiple needs for the Atlanta Falcons.
56. Steelers: Brandon Thompson, Clemson, DT
Pittsburgh's defensive line is aging fast and it's time to start infusing that group with some youthful talent.
57. Broncos: Dwayne Allen, Clemson, TE
The Denver Broncos have Peyton Manning at quarterback but now it's time to find him some receivers to throw to—so why not bring in one of the draft's most talented receiving tight ends?
58. Texans: Chris Givens, Wake Forest, WR
Andre Johnson really needs someone to step up and perform well at the No. 2 wide receiver position for the Houston Texans.
59. Packers: Chris Polk, Washington, RB
Green Bay hasn't had a decent running game in quite sometime. Hopefully Chris Polk can change that entering 2012.
60. Ravens: Bobby Massie, Mississippi, OT
Baltimore really needs to stabilize their offensive line if they want Joe Flacco to succeed at any level in 2012.
61. 49ers: Jayron Hosley, Virginia Tech, CB
The only weakness to the San Francisco 49ers defense is their secondary—so adding Jayron Hosley wouldn't be that bad of an idea.
62. Patriots: David Wilson, Virginia Tech, RB
The Patriots lost BenJarvus Green-Ellis to free agency and may have Stevan Ridley and Shane Vereen entering their second seasons, but adding someone to their running back corps isn't something that we should be shocked about.
63. Giants: Isaiah Pead, Cincinnati, RB
New York needs to add another body to replace the loss of Brandon Jacobs via free agency.