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29. New England Patriots: Mark Barron (Safety, Alabama Crimson Tide)
The New England Patriots desperately need players at the safety spots, as they've used Julian Edelman at the position at times this season. Nick Saban, who was the defensive coordinator under Bill Belichick with the Cleveland Browns, runs a similar system to the Patriots. So it seems likely that New England would take Alabama Crimson Tide safety Mark Barron with their late first-round pick.
30. Detroit Lions: Alfonzo Dennard (Cornerback, Nebraska Cornhuskers)
The Detroit Lions have done very well with their last few draft classes. The team is consequently greatly improved, but there are still a few problem areas, namely the secondary. If Nebraska Cornhuskers cornerback Alfonzo Dennard is still available, the Lions will snatch him up (especially if they don't re-sign Eric Wright).
31. Baltimore Ravens: Zebrie Sanders (Offensive Tackle, Florida State Seminoles)
The Baltimore Ravens are my projected AFC Champion. They have very few weak spots but may lose several offensive lineman in the free-agency period. Florida State Seminoles offensive tackle Zebrie Sanders would be a good player to add some depth.
32. Green Bay Packers: Kevin Reddick (Linebacker, North Carolina Tar Heels)
No one knows who'll win the Super Bowl, but the Green Bay Packers are the safest bet. The Packers also (unsurprisingly) are the most complete team in the NFL. One of the few areas they could improve on is outside linebacker, where they could use another star opposite Clay Matthews. Thus, they will take North Carolina Tar Heel Kevin Reddick, who amassed 67 tackles this season.