89. Seattle Seahawks: Markus Wheaton, WR, Oregon St.
The Seahawks love speed, and Markus Wheaton has that in spades. He ran a 4.34 unofficial 40-yard dash at the combine while, more importantly, putting together an excellent 2012 season on the field. He projects well as either an outsider burner or a speedy slot guy. Seattle could use both.
90. Green Bay Packers: Montee Ball, RB, Wisconsin
Montee Ball is as scrutinized as any running back in this class, but his college production is undeniable. His best chance at success is in a zone-blocking scheme, making him a natural fit with the home-state Packers.
91. Houston Texans: Terron Armstead, OT, Arkansas-Pine Bluff
The Texans could use help all across the offensive line but also have the luxury of being able to pick a developmental player.
Terron Armstead has the biggest buzz among offensive lineman thanks to his mind-blowing 40-yard dash time (4.65 unofficially) and raw athletic ability. The small-school player might not be ready to step in right away, but is a risk well worth taking.
92. Denver Broncos: Jelani Jenkins, ILB/OLB, Florida
The Broncos could use inside and outside linebacking help, and Jelani Jenkins could play either position after putting on weight before the combine. He also displayed surprising strength on the bench press (27 reps) and is one of the more athletic 'backers available.
93. New England Patriots: Brandon Williams, NT, Missouri Southern
The Patriots need some help on the interior of the defensive line to pair with Vince Wilfork. Brandon Williams could be the guy to help Wilfork now and eventually replace him at nose tackle.
94. Atlanta Falcons: Le'Veon Bell, RB, Michigan St.
Some might think this a little high for Bell. He had an All-American year at Michigan St., but his ability to produce at the NFL level as an over-sized back has been questioned.
He put many of those fears to rest at the combine by demonstrating his speed with an official 4.52 40-yard dash and his quick feet with a top three finish in the cone drill and a top 10 finish in the 20-yard shuffle. Atlanta needs a big back to pair with Jacquizz Rodgers.
95. San Francisco 49ers: Brandon Jenkins, OLB, Florida St.
Once more, the 49ers have the luxury of drafting a player with tons of upside. Brandon Jenkins has battled injuries throughout his collegiate career but has the talent to be a starting defensive end or rush linebacker. Jenkins will be a nice rotational player in the present and could take over for Ahmad Brooks in the future.
96. Baltimore Ravens: Steadman Bailey, WR, West Virginia
Despite dominating the playoffs, Anquan Boldin might be cut this offseason due to his big contract and declining play. Even if he isn't, someone will need to be groomed to replace him. Bailey isn't the flashiest player, but would be a nice complement to Torrey Smith in the Ravens' offense.
Projected Compensatory Picks
97. Houston Texans: Will Davis, CB, Utah St.
The Texans have already been talking with some cornerbacks this offseason, including Will Davis, and with good reason. Heading into 2013, Houston has only four cornerbacks on roster. Brandon Harris has shown improvement, but Roc Carmichael hasn't shown much of anything. Depth is needed, and Will Davis is a potential second-round talent who may slip.