50. Fletcher Cox, Defensive Tackle, Mississippi State*
Strengths: Has the ideal body type to make an easy transition to the 3-4 defensive end position that's very much in demand. Plays with great leverage. Could shoot up boards.
Weaknesses: Has just average production. Lacks the burst to be as effective playing inside and may be limited to teams running a 3-4 set.
49. Brandon Jenkins, Outside Linebacker, Florida State**
Strengths: An impressive athlete who jumped off 2010 film. Great upside as pass-rusher.
Weaknesses: Production has not matched hype or athleticism. Struggling with double-teams.
48. Ronnell Lewis, Outside Linebacker, Oklahoma**
Strengths: An athletic and talented pass-rusher, Lewis plays right end at Oklahoma but has the skill set to make the drop to outside linebacker in a 3-4 set as an edge pass-rusher.
Weaknesses: Injuries have plagued Lewis' career. He's struggled to stay on the field and could benefit from a healthy season before jumping to the NFL.
47. Ryan Tannehill, Quarterback, Texas A&M
Strengths: A very live arm and upper-level mobility; able to make plays outside the pocket.
Weaknesses: Only in his second year as a starter, Tannehill lacks experience and pocket presence to help early in his career. His second-half play in games this season was a stark contrast to his first halves.
46. Rueben Randle, Wide Receiver, LSU**
Strengths: Has the size and strength to be an impact player in the NFL at the split end position. Is big enough to beat press coverage and does an excellent job going up to high-point the ball.
Weaknesses: Doesn't have elite speed and will have to answer questions about his ability to separate from NFL cornerbacks. Doesn't have a great feel for space on the field.
45. Billy Winn, Defensive End, Boise State
Strengths: Excellent motor with the body and strength to play on the end of the line in a 3-4 defense. Winn could also see himself playing three-technique defensive tackle in a 4-3 set. Very versatile.
Weaknesses: Is limited athletically and doesn't have the burst to be a pass-rusher from the edge. Will fit best when asked to plug gaps and set the edge.
44. Dwayne Allen, Tight End, Clemson
Strengths: A pure pass-catcher but an improving blocker, Allen is a plug-and-play tight end.
Weaknesses: Isn't an explosive player and will drop due to that lack of burst.
43. E.J. Manuel, Quarterback, Florida State**
Strengths: A great athlete who has the arm to make every NFL throw you could think of. Can make defenses pay if he gets outside the pocket.
Weaknesses: Just one year as a full-time starter. Manuel hasn't shown the ability to break down a defense and is very raw as a passer.
42. Brandon Thompson, Defensive Tackle, Clemson
Strengths: A penetrator who can disrupt the backfield from an interior tackle position; Thompson has the chance to really shoot up the board in a weak defensive tackle class.
Weaknesses: Just average strength and technique. Thompson won't be a high-impact player early on.
41. Jerel Worthy, Defensive Tackle, Michigan State
Strengths: Worthy passes the eyeball test. Has the numbers of a top-15 player.
Weaknesses: Worthy has not shown the production to match his talent. He lacks effort.