1 (65). San Diego Chargers (from Houston)—Cody Latimer, WR, Indiana
Trading down pays off again for the Chargers, who get Keenan Allen some help at wide receiver.
2 (66). New England Patriots (from Washington)—Troy Niklas, TE, Notre Dame
Rob Gronkowski is great, but can he stay healthy? Troy Niklas is some nice insurance, and head coach Bill Belichick would figure out a way to get both on the field if Niklas pays off early.
3 (67). Oakland Raiders—Austin Seferian-Jenkins, TE, Washington
The Raiders get sniped here a bit at tight end, but Austin Seferian-Jenkins is still a good pick for them.
4 (68). Atlanta Falcons—Tre Mason, RB, Auburn
He might need wrist surgery soon, but Tre Mason is still arguably the best running back in the class. The third round is a nice discount for the Falcons, who need to plan for 30-year-old Steven Jackson's eventual departure.
5 (69). Oakland Raiders (from Tampa Bay)—Telvin Smith, LB, Florida State
Versatile linebacker Telvin Smith could help shore up the position in a big way.
6 (70). Jacksonville Jaguars—Allen Robinson, WR, Penn State
Justin Blackmon is still suspended indefinitely, and Cecil Shorts III seems to get injured every third week. The Jaguars need some help at the position, and Allen Robinson is that man here.
Robinson may well go much higher than this, but his average speed could be problematic. He does have good size at 6'3" and 220 pounds, though. That is nearly the exact same size as Jordy Nelson, who isn't known to be a burner himself.
7 (71). New England Patriots (from Cleveland)—Bishop Sankey, RB, Washington
The Patriots just keep falling into good picks.
Despite losing LeGarrette Blount, New England still has Stevan Ridley and Shane Vereen. The former is prone to fumbleitis and the latter to injury, however, and both are in the final year of their rookie deals.
Drafting a running back could be in the cards for the Patriots, and Sankey could be just as good as any of this year's prospects.
8 (72). San Francisco 49ers (from Minnesota)—Bashaud Breeland, CB, Clemson
Another move for the 49ers, who need help at cornerback and want to ensure they get their man here.
9 (73). Buffalo Bills—Stanley Jean-Baptiste, CB, Nebraska
The Bills could use another cornerback.
10 (74). New York Giants—Ed Reynolds, FS, Stanford
Even though the Giants brought Stevie Brown back, they could still use a safety in the draft.
11 (75). St. Louis Rams—David Fales, QB, San Jose State
The Rams are going to have to face the music on quarterback Sam Bradford at some point, right? Unless he finally lives up to that first-overall status this season, it's the end of the line for the former Oklahoma star.
12 (76). Detroit Lions—Phillip Gaines, CB, Rice
Detroit has stacked the offense enough. It's time to address that secondary, and Phillip Gaines is an excellent third-round option. Gaines had a fantastic combine, showing off a great combination of size and athleticism.
13 (77). Minnesota Vikings (from Tennessee via San Francisco)—Billy Turner, OT, North Dakota State
The interior offensive line needs some work in Minnesota, and Billy Turner is the best available lineman in this draft. Well, if we don't count Brandon Thomas, who is only falling because he tore his ACL working out for the New Orleans Saints during draft season.
14 (78). Dallas Cowboys—Kyle Van Noy, OLB, BYU
Every draft sees unexpected falls. BYU's Kyle Van Noy has been a fringe first-rounder for much of draft season—including twice in mock drafts by yours truly—but he could just as easily fall into the third round or further if teams like other pass-rushers better.
In this case, looking closer at the position revealed some gems who could well go before Van Noy, pushing him into the third round where the Cowboys are stealing him here.
15 (79). Baltimore Ravens—Devonta Freeman, RB, Florida State
Who knows what will stem from Ray Rice's off-field issues. The Ravens chose not to cut their starting running back after he allegedly knocked his fiancee unconscious, according to ESPN.com's Jamison Hensley, but they may be looking ahead at the position regardless.
Rice's play has declined over the past couple of seasons, particularly last year when he averaged a horrific 3.1 yards per carry. Poor run blocking was part of the problem, but Rice has simply not looked like his old, spry self.
Bernard Pierce lies in wait to swipe that starting gig, but the Ravens would do well to add some help. Devonta Freeman is a great option here in the third round.
16 (80). New York Jets—C.J. Fiedorowicz, TE, Iowa
The Jets brought back Jeff Cumberland, but they could use another quality tight end.
17 (81). Miami Dolphins—Jack Mewhort, OT, Ohio State
As mentioned earlier, the Dolphins need help at multiple positions on the offensive line. Jack Mewhort projects to be a right tackle at the next level, potentially sealing a revolving door of turnstiles at the position.
18 (82). Tennessee Titans (from Chicago)—Jimmy Garoppolo, QB, Eastern Illinois
Quarterback Jake Locker looked pretty good last season before being knocked out with injury, but the Titans could be looking to hedge their bet here in the draft. That may be especially true because there is a new regime in town with Ken Whisenhunt.
Jimmy Garoppolo had some hype behind him in recent weeks, and he is a nice developmental option for Tennessee.
19 (83). Cleveland Browns (from Pittsburgh)—Charles Sims, RB, West Virginia
The Browns can indulge themselves a bit after a nice mock draft thus far. They were able to sign free agency's best running back, Ben Tate, for a meager $6.2 million, but they could use some depth at the position.
20 (84). Arizona Cardinals—Keith McGill, CB, Utah
The Cardinals need to add some depth at cornerback behind Patrick Peterson and Tyrann Mathieu.
21 (85). Kansas City Chiefs (from Green Bay)—Donte Moncrief, WR, Mississippi
There isn't much help for Dwayne Bowe at wide receiver in Kansas City. Donte Moncrief might not step into a contributing role right away because he is raw, but he has the potential to become a great option in that offense.
22 (86). Philadelphia Eagles—Paul Richardson, WR, Colorado
The Philadelphia Eagles locked up Riley Cooper and Jeremy Maclin this past offseason with new contracts, but they ripped a hole in their passing offense when they released DeSean Jackson.
Paul Richardson is a fine option to replace Jackson. The speedy receiver out of Colorado might be of slight appearance at 6'1" and 175 pounds, but he isn't much thinner than Jackson.
23 (87). Green Bay Packers (from Kansas City)—Arthur Lynch, TE, Georgia
Jermichael Finley is still looking for work after that horrific neck injury last year, and the Green Bay Packers may be looking for a new tight end.
Arthur Lynch is the antithesis to Finley at tight end, a big blocker rather than an athletic seam threat, but he is a big target who could be a big help as a blocker.
24 (88). Cincinnati Bengals—Dakota Dozier, OG, Furman
The interior of that offensive line in Cincinnati needs a boost. Small-school guard Dakota Dozier might need a little seasoning before he can start at the next level, but he should be nice depth at the very least here.
25 (89). San Diego Chargers—Trevor Reilly, OLB, Utah
The Chargers continue their defensive overhaul by taking another front seven player, Trevor Reilly.
26 (90). Indianapolis Colts—Jordan Tripp, OLB, Montana
The Colts need help at linebacker in a bad way. Jordan Tripp is a versatile defender coming out of small-school Montana, though he may be a bit undersized.
27 (91). New Orleans Saints—Terrance West, RB, Towson
Mark Ingram finally paid off a bit last season for the Saints, but that doesn't mean he will ever live up to that first-round status.
New Orleans retained Pierre Thomas after threatening to trade him, but the Saints may be looking toward the future at running back. Terrance West is a quality back with massive production in college, albeit in the Football Championship Subdivision.
28 (92). Arizona Cardinals (from Carolina)—Tom Savage, QB, Pittsburgh
All of that hype surrounding Tom Savage did him little good, at least in terms of getting selected near the top of the draft here.
Who knows where he will land, but this seems like a likely enough spot.
29 (93). New England Patriots—Trent Murphy, OLB, Stanford
The Patriots get themselves an athletic pass-rusher here who could come in and contribute on passing downs right away.
30 (94). San Francisco 49ers—Dominique Easley, DT, Florida
If any team can afford to take an injured player, it's the San Francisco 49ers. The fact they took Marcus Lattimore and Tank Carradine last year without much hope they would contribute in 2013 is evidence enough, and the 49ers still have plenty of draft picks despite moving up twice in this draft.
Dominique Easley might be the best defensive tackle in the draft. His injury is the only reason he isn't a lock for the top 15. As it stands, he may not make it out of the second round.
31 (95). Denver Broncos—E.J. Gaines, CB, Missouri
The Broncos need some depth at cornerback. Gaines is an experienced cornerback, a senior coming out of an SEC school. He isn't incredibly athletic, but he is a quality player who can be a good special teamer and provide solid depth to any team at the next level.
32 (96). Minnesota Vikings (from Seattle)—Ego Ferguson, DT, LSU
The Vikings landed Linval Joseph in free agency, but they could use more help at defensive tackle.
33 (97). Pittsburgh Steelers (compensatory)—Davante Adams, WR, Fresno State
The Steelers need to shore up the receiver position after Emmanuel Sanders and Jerricho Cotchery departed in free agency. Lance Moore isn't that guy, and Markus Wheaton is an unproven commodity.
Davante Adams needs some work, but he could prove to be a nice receiver at the next level.
34 (98). Green Bay Packers (compensatory—Bruce Ellington, WR, South Carolina
Versatility is the name of the game here for Bruce Ellington. The former basketball player could line up all over the field at the next level, giving the Packers a couple of Swiss army knives when paired with Randall Cobb.
35 (99). Baltimore Ravens (compensatory)—Jarvis Landry, WR, LSU
This is a nice little wide receiver run to close out the third round. It also shows how deep this class is.
Steve Smith might have shored up the receiver position for the Ravens, but they can certainly use more help. A good slot receiver would be particularly nice for quarterback Joe Flacco and that offense, and Jarvis Landry fits that bill nicely here.
36 (100). San Francisco 49ers (compensatory)—Shayne Skov, LB, Stanford
The 49ers have the dynamic duo of NaVorro Bowman and Patrick Willis, but the former is coming back from a torn ACL, and Patrick Willis is already up to 29 years old. Shayne Skov would add nice depth at middle linebacker for the 49ers, at the very least.
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