34. Buccaneers – Eli Harold – DE – Virginia – Scouting Report
Harold would compete for a starting job in the spot recently vacated by Michael Johnson.
35. Raiders – Shaq Thompson – LB – Washington – Scouting Report
As a linebacker or strong safety, Thompson can be a playmaker in Oakland, which they desperately need on defense.
36. Jaguars – Michael Bennett – DT – Ohio State – Scouting Report
Bennett has the potential to develop into a dangerous interior pass-rusher from the three-tech spot.
37. Jets – Nelson Agholor – WR – USC – Scouting Report
Agholor lacks elite upside but looks like a quality slot receiver who could be a safety net for a young quarterback in New York.
38. Redskins – Eddie Goldman – DT – Florida State – Scouting Report
Goldman has the potential to develop into a dominant run-stuffing nose tackle, and could help boost the ‘Skins run defense.
39. Bears – Breshad Perriman – WR – UCF – Scouting Report
Perriman is too raw to make a substantial impact as a rookie, but he could have a similar career path Alshon Jeffery.
40. Giants – Phillip Dorsett – WR – Miami FL – Scouting Report
The Giants aren’t sure what to expect from Victor Cruz, and they’ve made it known they’ll consider a receiver in the draft.
41. Rams – Preston Smith – DE – Mississippi State – Scouting Report
Obviously not a glaring need, but Smith would be an upgrade to the d-line rotation over Eugene Sims.
42. Falcons – Benardrick McKinney – LB – Mississippi State – Scouting Report
If McKinney last this long he would be a massive upgrade over Paul Worrilow, who is far more productive in IDP fantasy leagues than real life.
43. Browns – Maxx Williams – TE – Minnesota – Scouting Report
In the long term, Williams could actually be an upgrade over Jordan Cameron, who the Browns failed to re-sign.
44. Saints – Jordan Phillips – DT – Oklahoma – Scouting Reports
Phillips is in a lot of first-round mocks, but questions about his effort at Oklahoma could lead to a fall.
45. Vikings – Todd Gurley – RB – Georgia – Scouting Report
Even if Peterson returns, it would be wise to find someone to lighten his load as he gets older.
46. 49ers – Paul Dawson – LB – TCU – Scouting Report
For off-field reasons this is a risk, but Dawson could be a dangerous playmaker at inside linebacker in the 49ers scheme.
48. Chargers – Hau’oli Kikaha – LB – Washington – Scouting Report
Injuries make this a risky pick, but Kikaha could provide the Chargers an upgrade to their pass-rush.
51. Texans – Cedric Ogbuehi – OT – Teas A&M – Scouting Report
Ogbuehi had a rough final year at A&M, but could come in and compete for the starting job at right tackle.
52. Eagles – Brett Hundley – QB – UCLA – Scouting Report
If Hundley lasts this long, I expect Kelly to be interested. It’s a very low-risk, high-reward pick for a team that isn’t desperate for a quarterback.
55. Cardinals – T.J. Yeldon – RB – Alabama – Scouting Report
yeldon would be an ideal power back to complement the more elusive Andre Ellington.
56. Steelers – Lorenzo Mauldin – LB – Louisville – Scouting Report
Mauldin perfectly fits the profile of a Steelers outside linebacker. He’s inconsistent, but should eventually excel in their scheme.
57. Panthers – Devin Smith – WR – Ohio State – Scouting Report
Smith is little more than a deep threat, but could be a nice complementary piece to Kelvin Benjamin in Carolina.
58. Ravens – Mike Davis – RB – South Carolina – Scouting Report
The Ravens have to find a younger option at running back. Davis and Forsett would give them a solid 1-2 punch.
59. Broncos – Devin Funchess – WR/TE – Michigan – Scouting Report
If they’re giving it one last shot with Manning, it makes sense to find another instant-impact weapon to replace Julius Thomas.
63. Seahawks – Rashad Greene – WR – Florida State – Scouting Report
Greene has the speed to stretch the field and could emerge as a solid No. 2 or No. 3 option in Seattle.
64. Patriots – Tevin Coleman – RB – Indiana – Scouting Report
The Patriots need another weapon at running back to fill the role occupied by Shane Vereen the past few seasons. .