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49. Jacksonville Jaguars: Quenton Carter, S Oklahoma
The Jaguars have a huge need at safety and have to reach a little here for the second-best one in the draft.
50. San Diego Chargers: Brooks Reed, DE Arizona
The Chargers need a pass-rushing outside linebacker. Reed looks like a Clay Matthews clone and should have no trouble converting.
51. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Ryan Williams, RB Virginia Tech
LeGarrette Blount was impressive last year, but the Bucs need a faster every down back.
52. New York Giants: Mikel Leshoure, RB Illinois
Leshoure is a bigger back who would make Brandon Jacobs expendable. In my opinion, he's the best running back in the draft.
53. Indianapolis Colts: Jurrell Casey, DT USC
The Colts' run defense has been pathetic for a while. Casey is a stout gap-clogger who should help to improve their defense in the trenches.
54. Philadelphia Eagles: Orlando Franklin, G Miami
The Eagles continue to rebuild their offensive line with the best player available here.
55. Kansas City Chiefs: Randall Cobb, WR Kentucky
The Chiefs need someone to throw to other than Dwayne Bowe. Cobb did everything for Kentucky's offense and is a serious play-maker.
56. New Orleans Saints: Mason Foster, LB Washington
The Saints need help at outside linebacker, and Foster is ready to start on Day One on the weak side.
57. Seattle Seahawks: Rodney Hudson, C/G Florida State
The Seahawks started building their line last year and continue that by bringing in some versatility on the interior.
58. Baltimore Ravens: Torrey Smith, WR Maryland
Baltimore has a lot of possession receivers but no one who can stretch the field. Smith is super-fast and could be scary paired with Anquan Boldin.
59. Atlanta Falcons: Jabal Sheard, DE Pitt
John Abraham will be 33 and Atlanta needs to bring in someone to keep him fresh. Sheard is a perfect fit here.
60. New England Patriots: Marcus Cannon, OT/G TCU
Matt Light is a free agent, and Logan Mankins has been problematic. Cannon has some versatility and is a huge body on the front line.
61. San Diego Chargers: Quan Sturdivant, LB North Carolina
The Chargers need help at middle linebacker, too. Sturdivant is strong and instinctive and a good fit for the 3-4 defense.
62. Chicago Bears: Terrell McClain, DT South Florida
With the departure of Tommie Harris, the Bears are gonna need another defensive tackle to keep guards off their linebackers. McClain is the best one remaining.
63. Pittsburgh Steelers: Greg Little, WR North Carolina
Hines Ward is probably on his last season, and he'll be hard to replace. Little is the kind of receiver who can make the big third-down catch and throw a big block on the edge.
64. Green Bay Packers: Dontay Moch, OLB Nevada
This is a big reach, but I think the Packers will fall in love with his speed and upside lining up across from Clay Matthews. That could be scary.