92. New England Patriots - Tyler Sash - Safety - Iowa
Finally, the Patriots wrap up the second day with their sixth pick of the first three rounds. As a team without many holes to fill, New England could begin making picks based on their type of player and perceived special teams value. Tyler Sash certainly seems to fit the team's mold. His instincts, tackling ability, and ball-hawking ability make him similar to the Ravens' Tom Zbikowski as a prospect. Sash figures to be ready to play on defense, but his upside there is limited.
93. Chicago Bears - Stefen Wisniewski - Center/Guard - Penn State
With long-time center, Olin Kreutz, an unrestricted free agent this offseason, the Bears could look to the draft for a young replacement. By now, everyone knows about the offensive line woes that Chicago had a year ago. Stefen Wisniewski is a versatile interior lineman who is comfortable quarterbacking the line from the center position or playing either guard spot. His technique, size, and experience ought to win him playing time immediately here.
94. New York Jets - Jerrell Powe - Nose Tackle - Mississippi
With Kris Jenkins' future with the Jets in serious jeopardy, nose tackle appears to be a very draftable need for the team. Sione Pouha has been able to fill in admirably in the past, but New York will be looking to add some stability and talent at the position. Jerrell Powe is a bit of an enigma. He possesses the talent to be a legitimate starter at the next level, but his play dropped off in 2010. If he can dedicate himself, he may be ready to contribute early on in his NFL career.