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21. Quinton Patton, WR San Francisco 49ers: Jim Harbaugh already loves his wide receiver of the future. Patton is off to a much better start than A.J. Jenkins was last year, too.
22. Josh Boyce, WR New England Patriots: He could end up being the sneaky player that steals a lot of the rookie action that Dobson owners will be hoping for.
23. Zach Ertz, TE Philadelphia Eagles: The Eagles will have a new offense this season that calls for more athletic, field stretching options. The Eagles have a void to fill at the TE position, and Chip Kelly's spread offense will open things up through the middle for Ertz.
24. Conner Vernon, WR Oakland Raiders: He ran the best dig route of any WR in the 2013 class through Senior Bowl and Combine evaluation. A Duke grad, Vernon was undrafted, but he is smart as a tack and likely will catch on quickly in a slot role.
25. Theo Riddick, RB Detroit Lions: Jahvid Best has been done for years due to his concussions, and Mikel Leshoure and Joique Bell are both one-dimensional in their own ways. Riddick could carve out a niche between the 20s early in halves to start in rotation with Reggie Bush—and that could yield RB3 dividends.
26. Andre Ellington, RB Arizona Cardinals: This is not the best situation for Ellington, hence the low grade. Ryan Williams will be returning and Rashard Mendenhall is a former first-rounder, so the competition will be stiff for the rookie out of Clemson.
27. Terrance Williams, WR Dallas Cowboys: This was a great spot for Williams to land. The best possible scenario is for him would be to land a 2011 Laurent Robinson-type role, which is not out of the question. Williams needs some refinement, though, and it could be halfway through the season before he starts receiving 40 percent or more of offensive snaps. Also, if Miles Austin gets injured, things could get interesting.
28. Ryan Swope, WR Arizona Cardinals: Swope is a great speed addition to a Cardinals aerial attack that will be much improved with a very serviceable Carson Palmer taking over the reigns at QB. Expect bounceback seasons out of Larry Fitzgerald and Michael Floyd in 2013, with Swope being the slot complement.
29. Matt Scott, QB Jacksonville Jaguars- Blaine Gabbert needs to show major progression this season or his days in Jacksonville could be numbered. Matt Scott had the second-best throwing performance at the combine, and he brings a rare mobility that could be brutal in a backfield with Maurice Jones-Drew. He was signed as an undrafted free agent, but he could be worth a stash if you don't believe in Blaine Gabbert.
30. Christine Michael, RB Seattle Seahawks: A terrific athlete that would have been a ridiculous steal had he gone somewhere else falls into a backfield with an elite veteran in Marshawn Lynch and sturdy second-year stud Robert Turbin ahead of him. The Seahawks also took Spencer Ware in the 2013 draft who is reminiscent of LaGarrette Blount. Marshawn Lynch may serve his suspension for his 2012 DUI incident at some point in 2013, though, and if someone will need to step up, Michael has the goods to do it.