44. St. Louis Rams:Kelvin Benjamin, WR, Florida State
The Rams have attempted to upgrade the receiving corps in recent drafts, but the unit is still missing a big-bodied catcher to dominate in the red zone. Benjamin is a touchdown maker with the size-strength combination to dominate smallish defenders near the end zone.
49. New York Jets:Jeremiah Attaochu, OLB, Georgia Tech
The Jets desperately need an athletic edge player with the potential to record 10-plus sacks and make Rex Ryan's defense downright scary. Attaochu is not a finished product, but his motor and first-step quickness could make him a star in the Jets' scheme.
55. Cincinnati Bengals:Marcus Martin, C, USC
The Bengals will undergo an offensive makeover under new offensive coordinator Hue Jackson. The savvy play caller wants to pound opponents with a physical running game directing between the tackles. Martin's an ideal pivot for the scheme with his strength, power and athleticism overwhelming defenders at the point of attack.
60. Carolina Panthers:Jordan Matthews, WR, Vanderbilt
The Panthers must find a No. 1 receiver in this year's draft after parting ways with Steve Smith and Brandon LaFell in the offseason. The SEC's all-time leading receiver is a pro-ready playmaker capable of filling the void as Cam Newton's top target.