50. Josh Chapman, DT, Alabama
Strength: Big, zero-technique tackle is a great fit for two-gap defense at nose tackle. Weakness: Chapman hasn't been as productive as hoped, and he looks out of shape at times.
49. Vinny Curry, DE, Marshall
Strength: Curry has the ideal size and burst for a pass rusher once in the NFL. Weakness: Curry may be a man without a position. Is he a 40-system end or 30-scheme linebacker?
48. Robert Lester, FS, Alabama
Strength: On paper, Lester has it all—his size, strength and vision are top notch. Weakness: Lester is very stiff in coverage and may not be fast enough to cover deep thirds.
47. Chase Minnfield, CB, Virginia
Strength: Minnifield has ideal height and length and looks fluid on film. Weakness: He is a thin, lanky cornerback who struggles to come up in run support. Cannot press in zero coverage.
46. Mark Barron, SS, Alabama
Strength: Barron is a hard-hitting safety with great vision and aggression. Weakness: Barron lacks the burst and flexibility to flip in coverage or make a break on the ball.
45. D.J. Fluker, OT, Alabama
Strength: Fluker looks like an elite tackle. Big, strong, very agile. Weakness: Somewhat inexperienced as a pass protector. Can be beaten with speed rush outside.
44. Jerel Worthy, DT, Michigan State
Strength: Worthy passes the eye-ball test. Has the numbers of a Top 15 player. Weakness: Worthy has not shown the production to match his talent. He lacks effort.
43. Dwayne Allen, TE, Clemson
Strength: A pure pass catcher, but an improving blocker, Allen is a plug-and-play tight end. Weakness: Isn't an explosive player and will drop due to that lack of burst.
42. Whitney Mercilus, DE, Illinois
Strength: Among the best defensive ends in college, Mercilus is a good athlete and productive player. Weakness: Good production, but gets by with pure speed rushes. Must develop second and third move.
41. Markelle Martin, FS, Oklahoma State
Strength: Martin has quickness and agility to drop into coverage and even lock up with tight ends. Weakness: Lacks the ball-hawking ability of a first-round safety. Martin is also undersized and would need to add bulk.