50. Adoree Jackson, USC, Cornerback
A world class athlete, named Pac-12 defensive player of the year and voted first team all American. His size might hinder him a little but his ability to help a team on specials provides great value.
49. Joe Mixon, Oklahoma, Running back
If you’re just evaluating him on his talent then his is easily a top 50 prospect with serious home run ability as well as being a weapon in the passing game. How far he drops will come down to how people evaluate his off the field issues.
48. Malik McDowell, Michigan state, Defensive tackle
Showed some inconsistency throughout his college career and doesn’t always have the motor you want to see but his all around build and ability could translate to dominant play in the NFL.
47. Gareon Conley, OSU, Cornerback
Has all the athletic tools to play at the next level and has premiere cover skills. The only knock on him is there are some doubts on how he will hold up in the run game and he does lack some physicality at the position.
46. Evan Ingram, Ole Miss, Tight end
He’s got great speed and quickness but don’t expect this guy to put his hand in the dirt in the run game. The only reason he slide is because he is very one dimensional but with the right fit he could become an instant impact player.
45. Ryan Anderson, Alabama, Line-backer
His talent doesn’t jump off the page and his test results won’t necessarily wow you either but he is very consistent playing within himself. Some people see him as a stand-up rusher in situational downs but I see him being more impactful inside at the next level.
44. Cam Robinson, Alabama, Tackle
A huge road grader with top level run blocking ability similar to Ereck Flowers who came out a couple years back. He needs to work on his pass protection as he can get off balance but expect him to be a plug and play right tackle at the next level.
43. Fabian Moreau, UCLA, Cornerback
After bouncing back from injury he put on a show at the combine with his measurable. He’s going to benefit with more reps in the NFL but his natural talent and athleticism is there for all to see.
42. Curtis Samuel, OSU, Running back
It’s hard to pin point what his best position will be in the NFL but with his versatility and a creative offensive mind he could be a dominant playmaker early in his career similar to a guy like Taylor Gabriel.
41. Desmond King, Iowa, Cornerback
He won the Thorpe award in 2015 after 8 interceptions which led to teams completely avoiding him in 2016. With those kind of ball skills and ability to track receivers he could come in and be a nice piece for a zone defence.