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Feb 22, 2013; Indianapolis, IN, USA; California wide receiver Keenan Allen speaks at a press conference during the 2013 NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

14.Keenan Allen WR Cal. He’s polished, he’s a big target, he’s got experience. He runs decent routes= 1st round.

15.Xavier Rhodes CB Florida State. A 6’2 cornerback with his experience and athleticism isn’t common. Does not make the amount of plays you would think in terms of passes broken up, is not overly aggressive either.

16.Lane Johnson OT Oklahoma. Only 2 years of experience as a tackle. Was a QB in high school, and started college as a tight end. This is either going to hurt in inexperience, or help with overall knowledge of the game, and ability to succeed. Probably the most athletic tackle in the draft outside of Armstead.

17. Alec Ogletree OLB Georgia. He’s a specific player for a specific system. Any 4-3 team needing a ROLB he could flourish and be a pro bowler from year 1 as he has a tendancy to rack up tackles and be in on every play. If he is drafted as a middle or ILB, his value is not as high, but he will still be productive.

18. DJ Fluker OT Alabama. Fluker could play guard if needed, but is a RT and another cog in the Alabama lineman machine. He’ll be a beast in the NFL if he goes to a run based offense.

19.Corderelle Patterson WR Tennessee. He is tall, long, and fast. He was a JUCO player, and he has one season of Division 1 experience at Tennessee. He’s not a top 10 pick, but someone will take him top 20.

20. Matt Barkley QB USC. He has suffered for staying in school too long and being picked apart, and also for being a USC QB. 2 things that are not his fault. Last year at this time he was a top 5 pick, and possible #1 pick. Nothing has changed, and he is a film studying, highly accurate, QB with multiple years of starting experience. How can anyone knock that? He’ll be the steal of the draft for some team.

21.Desmond Trufant CB Washington. The Trufant brothers strike again.

22.Kenny Vaccaro S Texas. He plays a game like a bigger safety. He runs, covers well, is super aggressive. Can see him playing high or close to the line and anywhere in between.

23.Dion Jordan OLB/DE Oregon. He has loads of athleticism, but there is something missing. Could be Aldon Smith, or Aaron Maybin.

24.Sam Montgomery DE/OLB LSU. He is a better fit as a DE in a 4-3 than a standup OLB in a 3-4. Nevertheless he has been a consistent tackler and sack producer the past 2 seasons.

25. Terrance Williams WR Baylor. Tons of catches the past 2 years. No top 25 team stopped him either as he had monster games in 6 of 7 games he played against top competition.

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