23 - Minnesota Vikings: Cameron Jordan, DE California The Vikings have suffered a lot of losses along their defensive line with the free agency of Pat Williams and Ray Edwards and the trade of Jared Allen they need some help along the front four. Cameron Jordan can be moved along the line ala Richard Seymour and should offset the loss of Ray Edwards. Though the Vikings will sorely miss Allen and his sack production. 24 - New Orleans Saints: Mikel Leshoure, RB Illinois They lost Pierre Thomas in free agency and still have Corey Ivory, but there are questions of whether he can carry the load. Ingram is off the board but the Saints pick up a big back that has the ability make defences miss with his cuts. He also has the size to absorb hits, may turn out to be a better pro than the former Heisman winner. 25 - Washington Redskins: Corey Liuget, DT Illinois Like a lot of teams late in the first round they are showing a shallow depth chart on the defensive line. We'll go back to back with the Illinois alumn and award the Redskins with Corey Liuget who will be able to help agains the run and find himself disrupting in the backfield. 26 - Denver Broncos: Stephen Paea, DT Oregon State Out goes the thirty four and in comes Stephen Paea, the man who broke the bench press record. His strength translates well to the field and will be hard to stop at the point of attack. He will be able to draw the double teams and open up the way for his linemates. 27 - Indianapolis Colts: Nate Solder, OT Colorado An upgrade at tackle is needed especially with the questions in the quarterback position. Someone needs to stop Matt Flynn or his competition from going to the ground. Throw in the most athletic tackle in the draft, he'll have to grow into the left tackle spot but will be an upgrade over the previous tackle. 28 - Baltimore Ravens: Ryan Kerrigan, OLB Purdue Year in and year out the Ravens defense remains the backbone of the team and here they add some youth and a hardworking pass rusher in Kerrigan. Purdue players have translated well into the pros and working in the same defense as Ngata, Lewis and Suggs will help Kerrigan develop into another beast in that defense. 29 - Chicago Bears: Anthony Castonzo, OT Boston College The offensive line was able to come together in the second half of the season, but there is still work to be done. Boston College has produced several good players along the protective five the last couple years and Anthony should come in and offer a steady presence in the right tackle spot. 30 - New York Jets: Jon Baldwin, WR Pittsburgh It's tough when you have your top receivers as free agents, it's worse when the top two are off the boards well before your pick. The Jets will make up for that big taking a large target for Sanchez to throw at. Baldwin is a borderline first round player, and we're at the borderline so it's only a natural fit. 31 - Baltimore Ravens: Brandon Harris, CB Miami (FL) If there's anything on the defense that the Ravens could use help on, it is at corner. Brandon Harris has some talent and will have some time to develop from a nickel corner to one a starter in the next couple of years. 32 - Miami Dolphins: Jake Locker, QB Washington Chad Henne may not be the answer, so why not bring in one of the more ready quarterbacks in the draft. He's had some experience in a pro offense and can make the throws you want him to. He might run hot or cold, but he won't have to start right away, he'll have half a season before he gets in and the bus drops Henne off. BONUS PICK 33 - New England Patriots: Danny Watkins, OG Baylor Great character player who hails from the great white north, Watkins is a former firefighter that is still growing into his position. Hell of a blocker and very strong, he easily slides in on the right side where Nick Kaczur was let go and Neal retired. A near perfect fit for Bill and the Patriots.