37. WR Quinton Patton, Louisiana Tech (6-0, 204, 5SR)
Although he doesn't look like much physically, Patton has the foot quickness to create after the catch and always seems to be playing fast but always under control.
38. TE Travis Kelce, Cincinnati (6-5, 255, 5SR)
The younger brother of Eagles center Jason, Kelce is the top senior tight end in this class with the strength and speed to be a consistent receiving and blocking threat.
39. RB Eddie Lacy, Alabama (5-11, 231, 4JR)
A strongly-built back, Lacy was productive behind a smash-mouth line, but he also created some yards on his own, staying light on his feet and running over tacklers.
40. QB Ryan Nassib, Syracuse (6-2, 227, 5SR)
The second QB on the board, Nassib's touch and accuracy tend to waver, but he is a strong-armed passer with the feet, smarts and mentality to be an NFL starter.
41. OG Dallas Thomas, Tennessee (6-5, 306, 5SR)
With very good starting experience at both tackle and guard over his collegiate career, Thomas isn't dominant in any one area, but he plays steady and balanced.
42. DT Sylvester Williams, North Carolina (6-3, 313, 5SR)
Although he's still relatively new to the game of footall, Williams has an athletic skill-set with the strength and potential to develop into a quality NFL starter.
43. TE Zach Ertz, Stanford (6-5, 249, 4JR)
Although he needs to develop his strength to better sustain at the point, Ertz stays focused as a receiver and plays with vacuum hands to make impressive grabs.
44. C Travis Frederick, Wisconsin (6-4, 312, 4JR)
The top center this draft class has to offer, Frederick has the power to be a road grader in the middle with the football IQ to adjust to what the defense is doing.
45. WR Robert Woods, USC (6-0, 210, 3JR)
Although he's not the biggest or fastest, Woods is a sharp route runner with very good quickness in his breaks to create separation and do something with the ball.
46. DE Alex Okafor, Texas (6-5, 264, 4SR)
Although he lacks the speed and edge burst to get consistent pressure on the pocket, Okafor uses his violent, powerful hands to grip, rip and tear through blockers.
47. OT DJ Fluker, Alabama (6-5, 339, 4JR)
While there are concerns that he lacks the fluidity to stay on the edges in the NFL, Fluker has the base, length and power to dominate defenders when in position.
48. QB Matt Barkley, USC (6-3, 227, 4SR)
Although his size, athleticism and arm strength are average at best, Barkley has NFL-level skills between his ears that will carry him further than his physical skill set.
49. DE Sam Montgomery, LSU (6-3, 262, 4JR)