25. Denver: RB David Wilson, Virginia Tech — Wilson has the breakaway speed that Knowshon Moreno doesn't. The Broncos also could use a receiver for Peyton Manning and will consider a center.
26. Houston: WR Rueben Randle, LSU — Lined up opposite Andre Johnson, Randle could take some of the pressure off that Pro Bowl receiver. Randle is tall and lean at 6-4, 205 pounds.
27. New England: DE Nick Perry, USC — Scouts call Perry a relentless "high-motor" guy, and he appears to be just the type Bill Belichick likes. He had a Pac-12-high 9 1/2 sacks last season.
28. Green Bay: OG Amini Silatolu, Midwestern State — The Packers are always looking to upgrade their offensive line, and Silatolu would be a quality addition, although a lightly experienced one.
29. Baltimore: C Peter Konz, Wisconsin — The Ravens are looking for their next Matt Birk, and that just might be the reliable Konz, the best center in this draft class.
30. San Francisco: DT Devon Still, Penn State — The 49ers are a physical team who will look to build on what they established in their first season under Jim Harbaugh. Still fits that pattern.
31. New England: DT Kendall Reyes, Connecticut — Reyes might be around if the Patriots wait, and they also need secondary help, but his stock is climbing and he wouldn't be a bad pickup here.
32. New York Giants: DT Jerel Worthy, Michigan State — But for all the talent at defensive tackle in this draft, Worthy would go in the top half of the first round. The Giants need depth on the interior.