33) Kansas City Chiefs
Kevin Minter, ILB, LSU
Minter is a big, athletic linebacker who can make plays from the inside linebacker position.
34) Jacksonville Jaguars
Tyler Wilson, QB, Arkansas
I am not sure if the experiment with Blaine Gabbert is over, but if the Jaguars can add Wilson, they should. He is an excellent quarterback with as lot of upside.
35) Cincinnati Bengals (via Oakland Raiders)
Giovani Bernard, RB, North Carolina
Bernard has explosion in his game that the Bengals do not get form their current running back group.
36) Philadelphia Eagles
Brandon Jenkins, DE, Florida State
The Eagles have some defenders that are getting long in the tooth, and Jenkins fits the 4-3 defense the Eagles run perfectly.
37) Detroit Lions
Eric Reid, S, LSU
The Lions really need some help at the safety position. Starters Amari Spievey has a very bad concussion, and there is some thought that he may not return. Reid is an instant starter for the Lions.
38) San Diego Chargers
D.J. Fluker, OT, Alabama
Fluker is a dynamic right tackle with incredible size. He stabilizes the Chargers offensive line.
39) Buffalo Bills
Jarvis Jones, OLB, Georgia
Jones has spinal stenosis, and the back issue has him slipping. He is a great value here.
40) Cleveland Browns
Forfeited the pick due to the selection of Josh Gordon in the supplemental draft in 2012.
41) Tennessee Titans
Khaseem Greene, LB, Rutgers
Green is a very solid outside linebacker who is a very productive player and can help the Titans linebacker group right away.
42) Carolina Panthers
Aaron Dobson, WR, Marshall
Dobson has sneaky-fast speed and perhaps the best pair of hands in the draft. He makes unbelievable catches and pairs nicely on the other side of wide receiver Steve Smith. Dobson has an immense catching radius and will help the often inaccurate Cam Newton.
43) Arizona Cardinals
Matt Barkley, QB, USC
Barkley is a value pick for the Cardinals at this point in the draft. There are concerns about his arm strength, but he is a very polished quarterback having played in the USC pro-style offense.
44) Tampa Bay
David Amerson, S, North Carolina State
Amerson played at cornerback in college, but the transition to safety is best for him at the NFL level. Paired with Mark Barron, the Buccaneers have a fantastic pair of safeties who can play the deep half of the field, and step up to defend the run.
45) Miami Dolphins
Matt Elam, S, Florida
Elam pairs nicely with Dolphins cornerback Sean Smith. The Dolphins have a few aging pieces in their secondary and Elam helps them in the long-term.
46) New Orleans Saints
Forfeited the pick (Bounty-Gate)
47) New York Jets
Xavier Rhodes, CB, Florida State
Rhodes is a very big cornerback who can play a very physical brand of football. The Jets can use his size and skill in their secondary.
48) St. Louis Rams
Cordarrelle Patterson, WR, Tennessee
Patterson has a great blend of size, speed and athletic ability, and a team like the Rams could really use him to stretch the field.
49) Pittsburgh Steelers
Sylvester Williams, DT, North Carolina
Williams is a player that can benefit from great leadership in the locker room and a coaching staff that can get him ready to play. He is a prefect fit for the Steelers. Even though he is listed as a DT, Williams would be a great fit to take the job from the aging Brett Keisel as a 3-4 defensive DE.
50) Dallas Cowboys
Cobi Hamilton, WR, Arkansas
The Cowboys need a third option in the passing game, and a player that can take the torch from Miles Austin. Hamilton is a polished wide receiver, and a player that Cowboys can put to work right away.
51) New York Giants
Justin Pugh, OT, Syracuse
The Giants have an aging group of offensive linemen, and the addition of Pugh helps the line get younger. He is a capable tackle and a player the Giants can take their time with.
52) Chicago Bears
Ricky Wagner, OT, Wisconsin
The Bears need to find a way to keep their quarterback upright, and the addition of Wagner injects the line with some young talent.
53) Minnesota Vikings
Michael Glennon, QB, North Carolina State
Glennon is a developmental player, but there are lots of things to like in his game. He is very raw, but he is a player with very good upside and there are concerns with current quarterback Christian Ponder and his future with the Vikings.
54) Cincinnati Bengals
Tony Jefferson, S, Oklahoma
Jefferson has great physical skills and will step up and deliver a blow to a ball carrier. He has great instincts and is athletic enough to make a difference immediately.
55) Washington Redskins
Melvin White, CB, Louisiana-Lafayette
White is a upgrade for the secondary with great size at 6'1" and 195 pounds. He is an athletic cornerback with very solid coverage skills.
56) Seattle Seahawks
Margus Hunt, DE, SMU
Hunt is an enormous football player with exceptionally long arms and good physical skills. He is another player that could step in and help right away.
57) Miami Dolphins (trade from Indianapolis)
Sharrif Floyd, DT, Florida
Floyd is as very under rated football player and a plug-and-play piece for the Dolphins.
58) Baltimore Ravens
Robert Alford, CB, Southeastern Louisiana
Alford is a small school football player but he is a baller. He will be participating in the Senior Bowl, and he will get to show off his skills on a the big stage. I fully expect him to show well against better competition, ultimately raising his draft stock. Simply put, Alford can flat out play.
59) Green Bay Packers
Lawrence Warford, OG, Kentucky
Warford is an upgrade for the struggling Packers offensive line. Aaron Rodgers has been sacked more in 2012 than any other quarterback, and the offensive line help is necessary.
60) New England Patriots
Brandon Williams, DT, Missouri-Southern
Williams is a small school product but he is an athletic marvel. At 6'2" and 335 pounds, Williams is expected to run a sub five second 40-yard dash. He is a violent football player who set the schools sack record as a senior, playing all along the defensive line, but mainly from the nose.
Williams is a name to remember, as he is playing at the Senior Bowl and a good performance there and at the combine will send him rocketing up the boards like Dontari Poe did last year.
61) San Francisco 49ers
Marquess Wilson, WR, Washington State
Wilson is a dynamic player who excels in jump ball situations and in spreading the field. Wilson is super thin and needs to add some bulk, but he is a very talented wide receiver.
62) Denver Broncos
Datone Jones, DE, UCLA
Jones is a player that is very versatile. He can play in multiple positions in a variety of sets. Jones has had a great senior season and is a good value late in Round 2.
63) Houston Texans
Da'Rick Rogers, WR, Tennessee Tech
The Texans need a player with some explosive skill to line up on the other side of Andre Johnson. Rogers is that player and he has great size at 6'3" and 205 pounds with good athletic abilities.
64) Atlanta Falcons
Andre Ellington, RB, Clemson
The Falcons only have so much more time with current back Michael Turner. Jason Snelling and Jaquizz Rogers are adequate, but the Falcons need a primary running back to take Turner's job when he is done.