33. Justin Miller CB Clemson 5-9 3/4 201 Physical DB who is one of the best returners in draft. Returned two kickoffs for TDs in same game in '03.
34. Ronald Bartell Jr. CB Howard 6-1 1/4 211 Could sneak into first round. One of the biggest corners on the board and one of the fastest (4.37 40).
35. Jason Campbell QB Auburn 6-4 3/4 230 Fast riser who helped his cause after season was over. Completed 64.6 percent of passes in career.
36. Jonathan Babineaux DT Iowa 6-2 1/8 286 Former fullback had monster '04 with 11 sacks. Has broken his right leg twice.
37. Mark Bradley WR Oklahoma 6-1 3/8 201 Can multitask. In career for Sooners had touchdowns receiving, rushing, passing and on kickoff returns.
38. Reggie Brown WR Georgia 6-1 5/8 196 Tore anterior cruciate ligament in '02 but has rebounded. Fluid player who finds the open spaces.
39. Terrence Murphy WR Texas A&M 6-0 7/8 202 Strong, athletic as well as a quality returner. But did go without a touchdown catch in '03.
40. Barrett Ruud LB Nebraska 6-2 1/2 241 Three-year starter who shattered Huskers tackle record by more than 100.
41. Craphonso Thorpe WR Florida State 6-0 7/8 188 Broke right leg late in '03 season and was spotty catching the ball at times in '04.
42. Justin Tuck DE Notre Dame 6-5 268 Explosive off the snap with big reach. Set Irish single-season record for sacks with 13 1/2 in '03.
43. Chris Spencer C Mississippi 6-2 7/8 309 Former power-lifting champion is the best center on the board.
44. Adam Snyder G Oregon 6-5 3/8 316 Played tackle for Ducks but looking at a move inside in NFL. Durable player who played in 45 games.
45. Jeremy Parquet T Southern Miss 6-6 3/4 323 Three-year starter at right tackle. Needs more strength, but hard to knock off-balance.
46. Vernand Morency RB Oklahoma State 5-9 5/8 212 Former Rockies farmhand just turned 25. Quick feet and knows how to get through traffic.
47. David Greene QB Georgia 6-3 1/2 226 Set Division I record with 42 career wins - breaking Peyton Manning's record.
48. Rob Petitti T Pittsburgh 6-5 7/8 347 Started 49 games at left tackle for Panthers. Weight concerns some - he was 361 pounds at Senior Bowl.
49. Dave Baas C Michigan 6-4 1/2 319 Moved to center from guard for nine games in '04, and that's where the NFL wants him to stay.
50. Vincent Jackson WR Northern Colorado 6-43/4 241 Some see him as a tight end, but he wants to play receiver, and his 4.46 40 at the combine helped his cause.
51. Michael Muņoz T Tennessee 6-5 1/2 306 No question about talent - played both tackle spots for Vols - but has a long list of injuries.
52. Stanley Wilson CB Stanford 5-11 3/4 185 Better athlete than player right now who needs attention to his footwork. Ran for track team.
53. Nick Kaczur G Toledo 6-4 1/2 319 Four-time all-conference player for the Rockets. Native of Canada who will be 26 in July.
54. Channing Crowder LB Florida 6-2 1/4 252 Played two years at Florida. Gifted player with off-the-field baggage - arrested twice and suspended twice.
55. Marlin Jackson CB Michigan 6-0 5/8 198 Played safety and corner. Opponents' quarterbacks avoided him on 88 percent of pass attempts in '04.
56. Alex Smith TE Stanford 6-4 1/8 258 Smooth and polished. Needs a little more strength. Father, Edwin, is a former Broncos defensive end.
57. Elton Brown G Virginia 6-4 7/8 329 Moves well and a good enough athlete that Cavaliers sometimes used him in the goal-line defense.
58. Kevin Burnett LB Tennessee 6-2 7/8 239 Tore left ACL in '02. Got most of his speed back. Started career as a safety for Vols.
59. Charlie Frye QB Akron 6-3 7/8 225 MVP of the Senior Bowl. Tough guy who has played through injuries to set more than 50 school records.
60. Ciatrick Fason RB Florida 6-0 3/4 207 Came out as a junior. Not flashy but played in 38 consecutive games and led SEC in rushing in '04.
61. Adam Terry T Syracuse 6-8 330 One of the biggest players in the draft. A three-year starter at left tackle.
62. Marion Barber III RB Minnesota 5-11 3/8 221 Came out as a junior. Quality athlete who originally was recruited as a defensive back.
63. Bill Swancutt DE Oregon State 6-4 270 Pac-10's co-Defensive Player of the Year in '04. Holds school record with 37 career sacks and had 111/2 twice.
64. Atiyyah Ellison DT Missouri 6-4 1/4 305 Agile player who spent time at defensive tackle and end for the Tigers.
65. Chris Colmer T North Carolina St. 6-5 1/4 310 Gifted, powerful player with an extensive injury history - shoulder, wrist and ankle.
66. Kevin Everett TE Miami (Fla.) 6-4 5/8 241 Had shoulder surgery in January. Hurricanes' second-leading receiver in '04.
67. Bryant McFadden CB Florida State 5-11 3/4 193 Aggressive to the ball and rarely gives up scoring plays - two things NFL coaches like.
68. Vincent Fuller S/CB Virginia Tech 6-1 1/8 189 Played two seasons at safety and two seasons at cornerback for the Hokies.
69. Ray Willis T Florida State 6-5 5/8 327 Intense and powerful drive blocker. Will have to adjust after playing in two-point stance in Seminoles offense.
70. Odell Thurman LB Georgia 6-0 1/8 233 Talented player, but coach Mark Richt got so frustrated with his behavior he sent him to military school.
71. George Gause DE South Carolina 6-4 7/8 275 Soft-spoken player who needs more consistency, but played his best against the SEC heavyweights.
72. Alphonso Hodge CB Miami (Ohio) 5-10 3/4 203 So rarely challenged. he finished career without an interception, though he always covered best receivers.
73. Chris Kemoeatu G Utah 6-3 1/2 344 Power player who needs work in his pass sets. Can be a hothead - was tossed out of two games in '03.
74. Michael Roos T E. Washington 6-6 5/8 320 A three-time All American in Division I-AA. Started 35 consecutive games at left tackle.
75. J.J. Arrington RB California 5-8 7/8 225 Led Division I in rushing yards (2,018) and yards a carry (7.0) in '04. A polished receiver, too.
76. Dan Cody DE Oklahoma 6-5 1/2 254 A former tight end. Missed '02 season after being treated for clinical depression.
77. Junius Coston C N. Carolina A&T 6-33/8 310 Good movement skills. A versatile player who lined up at all five offensive line spots in college career.
78. Jovan Haye DE Vanderbilt 6-2 284 Raised eyebrows when he came out as a junior, but wowed scouts with a 4.74 40 at combine.
79. David Stewart T Mississippi State 6-6 1/2 314 Started 35 games in a row to close his career.