50. Zach Ertz, Tight End, Stanford
Ertz is a major threat in the passing game but isn't a real asset as a blocker.
49. Robert Woods, Wide Receiver, USC
Woods runs great routes and has deceptive speed. He'll be a solid addition, albeit not flashy.
48. Logan Ryan, Cornerback, Rutgers
Ryan has good length and plays with good instincts.
47. Alec Ogletree, Linebacker, Georgia
Ogletree's stock is based on his potential, which comes from his excellent athleticism.
46. Sio Moore, Linebacker, Connecticut
Moore is underrated and brings a ton of versatility to the table.
45. Jonathan Cyprien, Safety, Florida International
Cyprien is a small-school safety who packs a punch. He has a chance to continue to rise up draft boards.
44. John Jenkins, Nose Tackle, Georgia
Jenkins is a space eater who's a perfect fit as a nose tackle in a 3-4 system.
43. D.J. Fluker, Offensive Tackle, Alabama
Fluker is a massive offensive tackle who has some issues handling speed rushers.
42. Menelik Watson, Offensive Tackle, Florida State
Watson is an excellent athlete but needs a lot of time to fully develop into a consistent player.
41. Jordan Reed, Tight End, Florida
Reed is a well-rounded tight end who excels as both a blocker and pass-catcher.
40. Quinton Patton, Wide Receiver, Louisiana Tech
Patton has a ton of speed and runs clean routes. He just has a knack for getting open.
39. Stedman Bailey, Wide Receiver, West Virginia
Bailey is a terrific route-runner who has the speed to vertically attack a defense.
38. Mike Glennon, Quarterback, NC State
Glennon's good size and strong arm give him a ton of potential.
37. Matt Barkley, Quarterback, USC
Barkley lacks top-end arm strength but makes up for it with savvy and experience.
36. Ryan Nassib, Quarterback, Syracuse
Nassib boasts solid arm strength and the ability to make quick decisions.
35. Matt Elam, Safety, Florida
Elam is a hard hitter who also features the speed needed to hold up in coverage.