Minter is an aggressive thumper and physical presence against the run with enough range to make plays near the sideline but has some holes in pass coverage.
25. LB Arthur Brown, Kansas State (6-0, 241, 5SR)
His lack of size and growth potential might limit him in some schemes, but Brown quickly diagnoses the action and wastes little time attacking with explosiveness.
26. CB Desmond Trufant, Washington (6-0, 190, 4SR)
There is no question that Trufant has the natural fluidity and athleticism to start at the next level, but his technique needs refinement to improve his consistency.
27. QB Geno Smith, West Virginia (6-2, 218, 4SR)
Although he can't be ruled out as the No. 1 overall pick with his passing skill set, Smith isn't a flawless prospect and there are concerns about his pro potential.
28. DT Jesse Williams, Alabama (6-3, 323, 5SR)
Williams has the power and stout anchor to hold up at nose tackle but also has the first-step quickness and motor to play other positions on the defensive line.
29. S Kenny Vaccaro, Texas (6-0, 214, 4SR)
Although he needs to do a better job breaking down and finishing in space, Vaccaro has the physical nature and athleticism to cover in space and defend the run.
30. CB Johnthan Banks, Mississippi State (6-2, 185, 4SR)
A ballhawking defensive back, Banks has room to tighten his technique and be more consistent, but he has very good height, length and confidence for the position.
31. LB Alec Ogletree, Georgia (6-3, 242, 3JR)
A run-and-chase linebacker, Ogletree has a lean build and too often gets hung up in the trash, but his explosive speed and range will push him up most draft boards.
32. DT Johnathan Hankins, Ohio State (6-3, 320, 3JR)
Although he battled fatigue issues as an every-down defender in college, Hankins carries his weight well and offers scheme versatility to win with range and power.
33. CB Jamar Taylor, Boise State (5-11, 192, 5SR)
Taylor is a quick-footed, fluid corner with loose hips and a professional work ethic and while he needs to get stronger against the run, he has NFL starting potential.
34. MLB Manti Te'o, Notre Dame (6-1, 241, 4SR)
A determined, smart football player, Te'o has room to improve his on-field anticipation and consistency, plus the off-field concerns make his draft stock hazy.
35. S, Jonathan Cyprien, Florida International (6-0, 217, 4SR)
A Louis Delmas-like safety prospect, Cyprien plays overaggressive at times and takes a lot of chances, but he is a physical striker with the range to hold up in coverage.
36. OG Larry Warford, Kentucky (6-3, 332, 4SR)
He'll get himself in trouble when he overextends, but Warford moves extremely well for a man his size, blocking well in motion and anchoring in pass protection.