#33 Overall to #37

By PFC Draft Writer David Willemssen @DavidWillemssen

#33 Overall the Jacksonville Jaguars select Safety Jonathan Crypien Florida International.

Crypien fits Gus Bradley’s defensive scheme well. He’s a large safety who is a heavy hitter at 217 lbs. He showed that he could handle bigger receivers while at the senior bowl. He fits the mold of a Kam Chancellor and will be playing that type of roll for the Jaguars. He does lacks straight line speed, but this is a solid pick for the Jags.

#34 Overall the Tennessee Titans Trade up with the 49ers swapping 2nd rounders and giving 3rd round pick in 2014 draft as well as a 7th this year. The 34th overall pick for the Titans is… WR Justin Hunter Tennessee

Justin Hunter is a burner with tremendous straight line speed. He’ll be able to give you good yards after the catch if you get him in space. He does not make a lot of people miss, but rather just runs away from them. He has suspect hands as he had a 10% drop rate at Tennessee. He will need to work on beating the press in the pros. Some are really high on Hunter’s ability, but beating the press can quickly kill a young receiver’s career.

#35 Overall the Philadelphia Eagles Select Tight End Zach Ertz Stanford.

I believe it is telling the 49ers pass on Ertz while Harbaugh recruited him and they had a need for a second TE. Chip Kelly gets a athletic tight end to play in the fast paced offense. Ertz will be able to play in the slot and run down the seam smoothly. He has good hands and tracks the ball well. He will need to develop as a blocker in the NFL.

#36 Overall the Detroit Lions Select Cornerback Darius Slay Mississippi State.

The corner opposite Jonathan Banks is selected. Slay showed up as a athletic corner with great closing speed. He absolutely tore up the combine in tests and did good in the drills. The technique will need to be polished and he needs to become more physical at the point of attack. There is high upside for Slay and the Lions fill a need.

#37 Overall the Cincinnati Bengals Select Running Back Giovani Bernard North Carolina.

With no running backs taken in the first round it is no surprise to have Bernard the first one taken. He is a good change of pace back who has quick feet. He will need to work on pass protection, but does a good job coming out of the backfield. A huge need is filled for the Bengals.