43: New York Jets: Stephen Hill, WR, Georgia Tech -- After getting torched by Randy Moss a few years back, the Jets get the closest thing I've seen to Moss from a pure upfield burner perspective. Hill didn't have great stats in Tech's prehistoric offense, and he doesn't run a lot of routes, but he's got the kind of raw quickness that can't be coached. Hard worker and a great kid -- he is all upside. AFC East cornerbacks just got a little nervous.
44: Kansas City Chiefs: Jeff Allen, OL, Illinois -- With Eric Winston manning the right tackle slot, expect the athletic Allen to either start right away at right guard, or move around. Ideal move guard for the Chiefs' power/speed combo offense.
45: Chicago Bears (from St. Louis Rams) -- Alshon Jeffrey, WR, South Carolina -- A tough receiver, but this is a curious move with LSU's Rueben Randle on the board. Jeffrey struggles with weight issues and can't separate well. Comparing him to Marques Colston is a but nuts -- Colston had a much better grasp of the fundamentals out of college.
46: Philadelphia Eagles -- Mychal Kendricks, LB, Cal -- A perfect fit to play outside in the Eagles' defense -- through the Andy Reid era, there's always been premium on athletic move 'backers who can cover the flats and still bring it in run fits.
47: Seattle Seahawks (from New York Jets) -- Bobby Wagner, LB, Utah State -- Wagner is an ideal Pete Carroll linebacker -- he can rush the edge and play in space; he's a two-tier player with the ability to play in nickel fronts as well. Between Wagner and Bruce Irvin, Seattle front seven just got a lot faster.
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