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26. Denver Broncos: DE Datone Jones, UCLA
With Derek Wolfe moving inside in this scenario to join first-round pick Kawann Short, the need for the Broncos to get a starting end is there. Datone Jones is similar to Patrick Kerney both in build and in his play. Jones has 10-sack potential every year and could end up as the ideal fit on a line with Short, Wolfe and Elvis Dumervil.
27. New England Patriots: S Jonathan Cyprien, Florida International
The Patriots have an excellent free safety in Devin McCourty. They need a strong safety, though, and Tavon Wilson isn't a good fit for it. Jonathan Cyprien is a coverage safety who can knock you into next Tuesday. That would be ideal for a Patriots secondary that hasn't had an enforcer like that since Rodney Harrison.
28. Atlanta Falcons: RB Giovani Bernard, North Carolina
Michael Turner is a likely cut with a salary of over 5.5 million in 2013 and a performance that doesn't justify it. Giovani Bernard is an explosive talent at running back, both as a runner and a receiver. He can break a long run at any time and is effective between the tackles—something Atlanta needs to compliment Jacquizz Rodgers.
29. Baltimore Ravens: OL Travis Frederick, Wisconsin
The Ravens have four pieces to a very talented offensive line under contract for 2013: Matt Birk, Kelechi Osemele, Marshall Yanda and Michael Oher. They need the fifth man to tie everything together. Frederick can start as a guard and then, when Birk retires, he will move to center long term.
30. San Francisco 49ers: WR Robert Woods, Southern California
In a case of best player available, the 49ers take Robert Woods and have a wide receiver who can actually contribute—unlike A.J. Jenkins. Woods runs excellent routes and can find the soft spots in zones. He would be a nice present for Colin Kaepernick after earning the starting job.