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2012 second-round mock draft

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33. Rams: Rueben Randle, receiver, LSU.

The Rams grab the top wideout left after missing on Justin Blackmon.

34: Colts: Coby Fleener, tight end, Stanford.

Fleener was first pick Andrew Luck’s college go-to guy.

35. Ravens: Courtney Upshaw, linebacker, Alabama.

Upshaw lacks elite burst, but he is a relentless football player.

36. Broncos: Devon Still, defensive tackle, Penn State.

Interior line is Denver’s top need, and Still is the best tackle left.

37. Browns: Stephen Hill, receiver, Georgia Tech.

Hill is reportedly the No. 3 or 4 wideout on Cleveland’s board.

38. Jaguars: Vinny Curry, defensive end, Marshall.

Curry is a tireless edge rusher, and the Jags need one of those.

39. Rams: Amini Silatolu, guard, Midwestern State.

St. Louis showed interest in Silatolu leading up to the draft.

40. Panthers: Andre Branch, defensive end, Clemson.

Branch is the premier pass rusher remaining at this point.

41. Bills: Cordy Glenn, tackle, Georgia.

Glenn’s game reminds of old Buddy Nix pick Marcus McNeill.

42. Dolphins: Lavonte David, linebacker, Nebraska.

David is a missile, and could start right away at weak side.

43. Seahawks: Peter Konz, guard, Wisconsin.

Konz is a system fit for Seattle and can start at left guard.

44. Chiefs: Bobby Wagner, linebacker, Utah State.

The athletic Wagner could upgrade on Jovan Belcher inside.

45. Rams: Janoris Jenkins, cornerback, North Alabama.

At a need position, the Rams are willing to roll the dice here.

46. Eagles: Brandon Boykin, cornerback, Georgia.

Boykin is a physical slot corner with special return value.

47. Jets: Jonathan Martin, tackle, Stanford.

He wouldn’t struggle to supplant right tackle Wayne Hunter.

48. Patriots: Brian Quick, receiver, Appalachian State.

The Pats could bring this high-upside project along slowly.

49. Chargers: George Iloka, safety, Boise State.

The Bolts wanted Mark Barron, but settle for Iloka at 49.

50: Bears: Bobby Massie, tackle, Ole Miss.

Massie is a long-armed potential left tackle down the road.

51. Eagles: Mychal Kendricks, linebacker, California.

Philly’s outside linebackers can’t tackle; Kendricks can.

52. Titans: Alameda Ta’amu, defensive tackle, Washington.

Tennessee is searching for more girth on the interior line.

53. Bengals: Alshon Jeffery, receiver, South Carolina.

Jeffery and A.J. Green could form a dynamic wideout duo.

54. Lions: Jayron Hosley, cornerback, Virginia Tech.

The Lions wanted to trade up for a corner in the first round.

55. Falcons: Kelechi Osemele, guard, Iowa State.

Osemele was on Atlanta’s radar throughout the early spring.

56. Steelers: Dwayne Allen, tight end, Clemson.

An in-line tight end, Allen can complement Heath Miller.

57. Broncos: Casey Hayward, cornerback, Vanderbilt.

Hayward would be a value pick if he fell into the late 50s.

58. Texans: Mohamed Sanu, receiver, Rutgers.

Sanu is a sure-handed, chain-moving possession threat.

59. Packers: Lamar Miller, running back, Miami.

Miller would add explosiveness to a backfield lacking it.

60. Ravens: Jerel Worthy, defensive tackle, Michigan State.

Worthy takes plays off, but he can dominate when focused.

61. 49ers: Josh Robinson, cornerback, Central Florida.

The Niners like height-weight-speed guys; Robinson is one.

62: Patriots: Trumaine Johnson, defensive back, Montana.

The Boston Globe sent him to the Pats in its first-round mock.

63: Giants: Chris Givens, receiver, Wake Forest.

Givens is a natural replacement for Mario Manningham.