23. Minnesota Vikings: DT Sharrif Floyd, Florida -- A three-technique who can learn behind a similar player, former first-round pick 33-year-old Kevin Williams.
24. Indianapolis Colts: DE Bjoern Werner, Florida State: German-native and high school exchange student was a quick study. He's an all-effort type, not dominant but capable of developing into a Paul Kruger type. Coach Chuck Pagano coached Kruger in Baltimore.
25. Minnesota Vikings (from SEA): CB Xavier Rhodes, Florida State: With Manti Te'o on the board and a plethora of wide receivers, the Vikings stay with the defensive theme, getting a big cover corner with the draft pick acquired in the Percy Harvin swap with the Seahawks.
26. Green Bay Packers: DE Datone Jones, UCLA: A five-technique defensive end who can play the run and pass effectively, should improve the Packers at a position of need. Had 19.5 tackles for loss in 2012.
27. Houston Texans: WR DeAndre Hopkins, Clemson -- A swift route-runner with sticky hands, finally gives Andre Johnson a wingman to challenge weak-side cornerbacks.
28. Denver Broncos: DT Sylvester Williams, North Carolina -- A strong, quick line-crashing interior defensive lineman who'll challenge opponents on all three downs.
29. Minnesota Vikings (From NE): WR Cordarrelle Patterson, Tennessee -- Vikings give up their second, third, fourth round and seventh round for the raw, but explosive receiver who can return kicks and punts.
30. St. Louis Rams (from ATL): ILB Alec Ogletree, Georgia -- Former safety who plays with that kind of range -- can run quickly to just about any area on the defense from linebacker depth.
31. Dallas Cowboys (from SF): OC Travis Frederick, Wisconsin -- brings a great overall understanding of offensive line play and a high football IQ. Big guy with interesting agility. Can block with power in man situations.
32. Baltimore Ravens: S Matt Elam, Florida -- Short player, but Elam has an outstanding combination of musculature and quickness and he put up a 35.5-inch vertical leap at the scouting combine.