Andre Branch is a sleeper pass rusher no more. (Getty Images)
38: Jacksonville Jaguars -- Andre Branch, DE, Clemson -- A natural pass-rusher with some ability in space, Branch will provide the Jags with some much-needed edge pressre.
39: St. Louis Rams -- Janoris Jenkins, CB, North Alabama -- Jeff Fisher has never shied away from athletic marvels with character issues, and the Rams now have a very interesting buddy for Cortland Finnegan in their defensive backfield. Jenkins raised a bunch of red flags after getting kicked off the Florida team, but even a cursory look at his tape will tell you how good he can be -- if he gets his head together.
40: Carolina Panthers -- Amini Silatolu, OL, Midwestern State -- Silatolu's potential was the sole province of various tape geeks until he started mashing it up at the Senior Bowl. With a big-boy offense like Carolina's, he could stick outside at tackle, or kick inside and become an elite guard.
41: Buffalo Bills - Cordy Glenn, OT, Georgia -- Another big lineman who can do a lot of things. In Chan Gailey's offense, he might be a move guard, but his best fir is as an offensive tackle in a roll-right system. A good front-side pass blocker with surprising agility for his size.
42: Miami Dolphins - Jonathan Martin, OT, Stanford -- The run on O-linemen continues with a guy who needs a conservative offense with heavy tight-end sets. He'll be well-coached as he was in college, but I really question whether he has the functional agility at left tackle, and his root strength on the right side.
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