12. DE Bjoern Werner, Florida State (6-3, 266, 3JR)
Although his motor runs hot/cold at times, Werner shows an excellent blend of speed, power and first-step quickness for a player still learning the game.
13. CB Xavier Rhodes, Florida State (6-2, 210, 4JR)
There are some questions about his long-speed, but Rhodes is a true bump-and-run corner who can match up with physical receivers and stay in their hip pocket.
14. DE Ezekiel Ansah, BYU (6-5, 271, 4SR)
A physical marvel, Ansah has only one year of starting experience and didn't step onto the football field until 2010 but should only develop with more experience.
15. DE Datone Jones, UCLA (6-4, 283, 5SR)
Although he was often miscast on the Bruins' three-man defensive front, Jones has the quickness and hand strength to win in various ways from multiple positions.
16. TE Tyler Eifert, Notre Dame (6-6, 250, 4JR)
Eifert won't create a lot of separation, but he's a better blocker than given credit and one of the best at using his body aggressively to finish contested catches.
17. WR DeAndre Hopkins, Clemson (6-1, 214, 3JR)
While not the biggest or fastest, Hopkins is able to win and be productive with his ability to change gears in his routes, create space and attack the ball in the air.
18. DE Cornellius Carradine, Florida State (6-4, 276, 4SR)
An ACL tear this past November clouds his draft projection, but when healthy, Carradine is one of the most natural pass rushers this draft class has to offer.
19. OLB Jarvis Jones, Georgia (6-2, 245, 4JR)
While he was a productive pass rusher in Athens, Jones has a few concerns moving to the next level, mainly his take-on strength and length to shed blockers.
20. WR Cordarrelle Patterson, Tennessee (6-2, 216, 3JR)
Based on potential and natural talent, Patterson has top-10 pick written all over him with his playmaking ability, but he's still very unpolished in a lot of areas.
21. WR Tavon Austin, West Virginia (5-9, 174, 4SR)
Austin will probably be limited to a slot role in the NFL, but he is an exciting space player with video game-like athleticism and rare change-of-direction skills.
22. DE Damontre Moore, Texas A&M (6-5, 250, 3JR)
Moore probably could have used another season in College Station to develop his pass rush moves, but his athleticism and non-stop motor makes him intriguing.
23. WR Keenan Allen, California (6-2, 206, 3JR)
A talented all-around pass catcher, Allen has the size, speed and strong hands to be a productive target at the next level, but his knee needs to check out medically.
24. MLB Kevin Minter, LSU (6-0, 246, 4JR)