33. St. Louis Rams - Demaryius Thomas, WR, Georgia Tech
In drafting Sam Bradford, the receiving corps of Donnie Avery and Laurent Robinson just aren't going to cut it. With Thomas, the Rams would gain a big target with play making ability. Thomas has shown an ability to get open and catch less than ideal passes, something which he may have to get used to in his rookie season.
34. Detroit Lions - Kareem Jackson, CB, Alabama
Someone will take a chance on this kid and they'll probably take it early. If he's on the board for pick 34, the Lions will take him, and he will likely be the best corner on their roster to open up training camp.
35. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Charles Brown, OT, USC
The Bucs currently rely on undrafted Donald Penn to protect their blind side. If Charles Brown is available at 35, the Bucs should invest in the longevity of their franchise quarterback.
36. Kansas City Chiefs - Daryl Washington, OLB, TCU
The Chiefs ranked 31st against the run last season and not only is their defense not getting anymore talented, they're not getting any younger either.
With Mike Vrabel in the twilight of his career, this could be the perfect time to introduce a player like Washington.
37. Philadelphia Eagles - Carlos Dunlap, DE, Florida
I have the Eagles drafting Brandon Graham at 22, but he'll likely transition from DE to OLB with regularity. Based on Dunlap's tape, he likely won't be a full-time starter from day one. Splitting snaps between Dunlap and Graham could create numerous matchup problems for their opposition.
38. Cleveland Browns - Jahvid Best, RB, California
There is a laundry list of teams who will look at Best between the end of the first round and early second. I could see Best going to San Diego, New York, Minnesota, New Orleans, Detroit and a handful of other teams.
The only thing keeping him off those rosters would be greater need at other positions. If the Browns allow him to pass them by, they deserve everything they get.
39. Oakland Raiders - Koa Misi, DE/OLB, Utah
With his recent draft disappointments, I have faith that Al Davis will have a new outlook on the 2010 draft. This pick is a small compromise for Davis. He fills a position which he thought was a glaring weakness in 2010, while still selecting a player that will likely help the team.
40. San Diego Chargers - Arrelious Benn, WR, Illinois
With Vincent Jackson facing a possible suspension for his DUI charge in February, Benn could have an immediate impact on their return game, and potentially be called upon to play flanker for Malcolm Floyd in one of the best passing games in football.
41. Buffalo Bills - Golden Tate, WR, Notre Dame
The Bills need help everywhere, but with Terrell Owens leaving town, they will need a legitimate second option at WR. James Hardy still has some potential, but his career up until now has been a serious disappointment.
The Bills will be cautious not to make the same mistakes. I'm not certain that Tate makes sense for their team, but he will be the best WR available when their pick rolls around.
42. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Morgan Burnett, FS, Georgia Tech
Tampa has three picks inside the first 42 of the draft, all three of which could be paramount to their success in the coming years. Morgan Burnett was unable to workout at the Combine because of a hamstring injury.
At the Georgia Tech pro day, he posted the highest recorded numbers in the broad jump (11'8") and short shuttle (3.92sec), demonstrating tremendous explosiveness.
43. Denver Broncos - Jimmy Graham, TE, Miami: The Broncos are in serious need of options in their passing game. Tony Scheffler is on his way out of town, Brandon Marshall has already left. Jimmy Graham could be the next Antonio Gates, the Broncos can't afford to leave him on the board.
44. New England Patriots - Rob Gronkowski, TE, Arizona
Rob Gronkowski is the best combination tight end in the 2010 draft. Primarily, Gronkowski is a receiver, but his blocking skills are NFL ready.
45. Denver Broncos - Jon Asamoah, OG, Illinois
Some would consider this a reach for Asamoah, I'm sure the Broncos won't. With Cutler and Marshall leaving town, the Broncos will be more dependent on the running game. Interior linemen is a major area of need, if the Broncos pass on Asamoah, there's a considerable drop in talent for the later prospects.
46. New York Giants - Bruce Campbell, OT, Maryland
Teams looking for immediate help in pass protection will likely pass on Campbell. The Giants have the security of two starting tackles, but they're lacking in depth. They could groom Campbell to eventually take over from the declining Kareem MacKenzie.
47. New England Patriots - Jerry Hughes, DE/OLB, TCU
The Pats biggest need going into 2010 is a pass rusher, and with Jerry Hughes they could be selecting the best pass rushing DE/OLB on the board.
Usually Belichick has success in the draft because of his savvy, but this time around it's just dumb luck that a talent like Hughes could fall into his lap.
48. Carolina Panthers - Ricky Sapp, DE/OLB, Clemson
Ricky Sapp is eerily similar to another big time ACC recruit, Julius Peppers. Pep was bigger(6'7" 283lbs), and far more experienced, but if Ricky Sapp can maximize his potential, there is a real possibility that he could recover some of the skill that was lost in the 2010 offseason.