33. DT Brian Price, UCLA - A real fireplug in a 4-3 scheme, Price is an aggressive and quick defender who will spend a lot of time in opposing backfields.
34. OT Charles Brown, USC - Brown is a former tight end who isn't great with power in run blocking, but he's a great fir in any zone-blocking scheme with his experience and agility.
36. OT Rodger Saffold, Indiana - An underrated and complete blocker, Saffold is a longtime starter with a great overall sense of line play. Could be someone's sleeper pick.
37. RB Jahvid Best, Cal - Best is an explosive playmaker who can blast a play outside and blow by everybody. Injury concerns drop him a bit. Might be a real bargain here.
38. DE Carlos Dunlap, Florida - At 6-6 and 280 pounds, running a 4.6 40, Dunlap brings ridiculous athleticism to the table. He'll need some finishing work to make a real difference as an NFL pass rusher, though.
39. DT Terence Cody, Alabama - Getting down to 350 pounds has allowed Cody to look quicker in drill and up his draft stock. A one-dimensional run-stopper, but it's quite a dimension.
40. DT Tyson Alualu, Cal - Cal was one of three BCA teams that played a 3-4 base defense, and Alualu excelled as and end in that scheme. In the pros, he probably projects better inside in a 4-3 front.
41. CB Patrick Robinson, Florida - Robinson has all the athleticism in the world, but he'll have to shore up his inconsistent play at the next level.
42. S Nate Allen, FSU - South Florida brings some estimable talent to this year's draft, and Allen may be the most impressive. A complete player whose hasn't reached his peak.
43. LB Daryl Washington, TCU - At 6-2 and 230 pounds, Washington will need the right scheme to succeed, but he's got intriguing safety-type skills and could be an agile 3-4 inside guy.
44. QB Tim Tebow, Florida - The most controversial player in this class; either you love the intangibles or cringe at the delivery. The truth is somewhere in-between - Tebow will need the right system to succeed.
45. DT Lamarr Houston, Texas - Slightly eclipsed by a ridiculous tackle class, Houston is a natural three-tech who plays with the force of a nose tackle.
46. OG Vladimir Ducasse, UMass - A big man with surprising agility and somewhat raw technique, Ducasse is a project player to a point, but a potentially rewarding one.
48. OT Bruce Campbell, Maryland - Campbell is certainly the most athletic offensive lineman this year; one doesn't expect tackles to be this ripped. It's a shame the game tape doesn't yet match up.