Le'Veon Bell. (Getty Images)
48. Pittsburgh Steelers: Le'Veon Bell, RB, Michigan State -- Great fit for Pittsburgh's offense -- 6-foot-2, 230 pound back who runs lower to the ground than you'd expect. Carries defenders after contact. Less shifty than powerful.
49. New York Giants: Johnathan Hankins, DT, Ohio State -- Reminds me of Vince Wilfork. Hankins is fills a need for pure power up and down the line. And it's important to delineate the difference between off-field conditioning work and on-field effort -- while he clearly needs an NFL strength program and a great trainer to kick his butt, Hankins will make effort plays late into games, even when he's clearly gassed. If he maximizes his physical potential in the weight room, what he takes to the field could be truly special, because you don't see too many players with his combination of strength and quickness.
50. Chicago Bears: Jon Bostic, LB, Florida -- Highest drafted linebacker for the Bears since Brian Urlacher in 2000. Doesn't have Urlacher's agility and coverage instincts, but should excel as a downhill tackler.
51. Washington Redskins: David Amerson, CB, NC State -- Interesting hybrid pass-defender. Can play some elements of certain safety positions with his aggressiveness, and has raw elements needed to play both man and zone coverages at a high level in the future. A project for now.
52. New England Patriots: Jamie Collins, OLB, Southern Miss -- Designated as a LEO end. Can rush off the edge and should provide some rotational explosiveness similar to that Rob Ninkovich gives now.
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