63. Kansas City Chiefs: Datone Jones, DE, UCLA (Sr.)
Datone Jones is an explosive rusher from both inside and outside. He has the body and strength to be a great fit as 3-4 defensive end, where the Chiefs need a replacement for unrestricted free agent Glenn Dorsey.
64. Jacksonville Jaguars: Kawann Short, DT, Purdue (Sr.)
The Jacksonville Jaguars need to upgrade at defensive tackle, and Purdue’s Kawann Short is a thick, explosive defensive tackle who is great value in Round 3.
65. Detroit Lions: William Gholston, DE, Michigan State (Jr.)
Lions general manager Martin Mayhew is known to prefer drafting the “best player available,” which Gholston is at this point. He would give the Lions a young pair of defensive ends to bookend their line long-term.
66. Oakland Raiders: Jamar Taylor, CB, Boise State (Jr.)
The Oakland Raiders desperately need to upgrade at cornerback. Jamar Taylor is a physical, instinctive cornerback who would fit the bill.
67. Philadelphia Eagles: Jordan Reed, TE, Florida (Jr.)
Brent Celek is a solid all-around tight end, but as Chip Kelly will likely look to add even more speed to the Eagles offense, a tight end with great athleticism like Jordan Reed could be a very good fit for the system.
68. Cleveland Browns: David Amerson, CB, North Carolina State (Jr.)
David Amerson’s stock dipped sharply over the course of a very up-and-down junior season, but he was once considered a first-round talent. He is a playmaking cornerback with the potential to be a terrific player if he becomes more consistent.
69. Arizona Cardinals: Oday Aboushi, OT/G, Virginia (Sr.)
The Arizona Cardinals need more than just one offensive lineman from the 2013 NFL draft, and Virginia’s Oday Aboushi is a long, athletic lineman who could potentially be an upgrade at right tackle or right guard.
70. Tennessee Titans: Stepfan Taylor, RB, Stanford (Sr.)
The Tennessee Titans have an explosive back in Chris Johnson, but would benefit by adding a more physical, between-the-tackles back like Stepfan Taylor to rotate with him.
71. Buffalo Bills: Stedman Bailey, WR, West Virginia (Sr.)
If the Bills are going to invest in a quarterback early, they also need to invest in more receivers for him to work with. West Virginia’s Stedman Bailey is a potential No. 2 or No. 3 receiver who plays with physicality and can make defenders miss.
72. New York Jets: Robert Lester, FS/SS, Alabama (Sr.)
Robert Lester is a physically-gifted safety with a nose for the ball. He could be a potential starter at either free or strong safety for the Jets.
73. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Zac Dysert, QB, Miami (Ohio) (Sr.)
Josh Freeman’s play has been disappointing for two years running, and the Buccaneers have no plans of extending his contract (which ends after the 2013 season) this offseason, according to the Tampa Bay Times. Zac Dysert is a very solid quarterback prospect who could be a good developmental option to challenge for the starting spot going forward.
74. San Francisco 49ers (from Carolina Panthers): D.J. Swearinger, FS, South Carolina (Sr.)
Dashon Goldson may not be back as an unrestricted free agent, and even if he is, drafting another talented defensive back who can play both safety and cornerback in D.J. Swearinger is a smart idea.
75. New Orleans Saints: Desmond Trufant, CB, Washington (Sr.)
The New Orleans Saints desperately need reinforcements at cornerback, and physical cornerback Desmond Trufant’s stock is on the rise with a strong showing at the Senior Bowl.
76. San Diego Chargers: Chris Faulk, OT, LSU (Jr.)
Chris Faulk’s stock is down after missing the entire 2012 season due to injury, but he is a talented offensive tackle with the potential to be a starter on either side of the line.
77. Miami Dolphins: Cornelius Carradine, DE, Florida State (Sr.)
Cornelius Carradine was on the fast track to being a first-round pick before suffering a torn ACL. But he is a very talented pass-rushing defensive end who could be a third-round steal as a result of his injury.
78. St. Louis Rams: Kyle Long, OL, Oregon (Sr.)
Kyle Long is the brother of Rams defensive end Chris Long and is a high-upside offensive line prospect who could challenge to start or provide depth at both guard and tackle.
79. Dallas Cowboys: Travis Frederick, C/G, Wisconsin (Jr.)
Travis Frederick is a big, powerful interior offensive lineman with good feet. He could be a potential upgrade at either center or guard—both positions of need for the Cowboys.
80. Pittsburgh Steelers: Mike Gillislee, RB, Florida (Sr.)
The Pittsburgh Steelers have a dearth of talent at running back and could get a well-rounded, quick running back at a great value in Florida’s Mike Gillislee.
81. New York Giants: Nickell Robey, CB, USC (Jr.)
The New York Giants have invested considerable draft selections in cornerbacks in recent years, but are still suffering from poor play at the position. Nickell Robey is a small but physical and athletic cornerback who could help improve the Giants in pass coverage.
82. Miami Dolphins (from Chicago Bears): Markus Wheaton, WR, Oregon State (Sr.)
Markus Wheaton is a fast, physical receiver who runs crisp routes and could add another playmaker to the Dolphins’ passing offense as a No. 2 or slot receiver.
83. Minnesota Vikings: Cobi Hamilton, WR, Arkansas (Sr.)
Cobi Hamilton would be the Minnesota Vikings’ third Arkansas receiver draft choice in two years, but drafting another receiver makes sense for a team really lacking talent at the position.
84. Cincinnati Bengals: Johnathan Franklin, RB, UCLA (Sr.)
The Cincinnati Bengals could be in the market for a speed back to rotate with BenJarvus Green-Ellis—a role for which Johnathan Franklin is a good fit.
85. Washington Redskins: Bacarri Rambo, FS, Georgia (Sr.)
The Washington Redskins desperately need to upgrade at safety. Bacarri Rambo is a physically-gifted safety who could develop into a very good safety in both coverage and against the run.
86. Indianapolis Colts: Terron Armstead, OT, Arkansas-Pine Bluff (Sr.)
Terron Armstead is a small-school offensive line prospect with the potential to make a big rise up the board, as he possesses great feet and size and has potential to help a team like the Colts at either tackle or guard spot.
87. Seattle Seahawks: Alvin Bailey, G, Arkansas (Jr.)
Guard is a weak spot for the Seattle Seahawks, and with many offensive linemen already off the board, Alvin Bailey is a good value pick late in Round 3.
88. Green Bay Packers: Sean Porter, OLB, Texas A&M (Sr.)
Sean Porter is a terrific value in the third round. He could provide much-needed depth at linebacker, where he could potentially play either outside or inside in the Packers’ 3-4 defense.
89. Houston Texans: Brandon Williams, NT, Missouri Southern State (Sr.)
The Houston Texans could benefit by adding a truly massive, powerful nose tackle to the middle of their defensive front, and small-schooler Brandon Williams is a talented sleeper who fits the bill.
90. Denver Broncos: Khaled Holmes, C, USC (Sr.)
The Denver Broncos need both talent and depth on their interior line, and they could get a potential starting center or depth from USC’s Khaled Holmes.
91. New England Patriots: John Simon, DE, Ohio State (Sr.)
Ohio State’s John Simon is a similar player to his collegiate defensive line coach, Mike Vrabel. He would be a great fit for the Patriots and should draw Bill Belichick’s attention with his outstanding motor and a likely recommendation from Vrabel's and Belichick's friend, Urban Meyer.
92. Atlanta Falcons: Jelani Jenkins, OLB, Florida (Jr.)
Jelani Jenkins’ stock is down coming off of an injury-riddled junior season, but the Falcons could use an athletic linebacker like him who covers tight ends effectively.
93. Baltimore Ravens: Kwame Geathers, NT, Georgia (Jr.)
The Baltimore Ravens could use another true nose tackle, and Kwame Geathers is a massive-yet-quick interior lineman who fits that bill.
94. San Francisco 49ers: Chase Thomas, OLB, Stanford (Sr.)
Having coached him at Stanford, 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh would know that Chase Thomas is a steal at the end of Round 3 and a good fit to provide depth as a 3-4 outside linebacker.
Dan Hope is an NFL draft Featured Columnist for Bleacher Report.