2013 NFL Draft: DraftInsider’s Mock Draft 3.0

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49) New York GiantsGavin Escobar TE San Diego State

Martellus Bennett had a surprisingly productive year with the Giants, but Escobar is a better fit long term.

50) Chicago BearsDavid Amerson S North Carolina State

Major Wright and Chris Conte are just too questionable to be long term answers for the bears at Safety.

51) Washington RedskinsAlex Okafor DE Texas

The Redskins defensive line is full of journeyman, and Okafor could help begin the youth transition in D.C.

52) Minnesota VikingsRyan Nassib QB Syracuse

I’m not sold on the fact that the Vikings have given up on former first round pick Christian Ponder. At worst, Nassib is insurance.

53) Cincinnati Bengals – Giovani Bernard RB North Carolina

The Bengals fill their most pressing need with a great value pick in the versatile Bernard.

54) Miami DolphinsKhaseem Greene OLB Rutgers

Greene may be one of my favorite players in this entire draft. Extremely versatile prospect who can assist Miami in various roles.

55) Green Bay Packers Travis Frederick C/OG Wisconsin

Frederick fills the void left by stop gap and recently retired Jeff Saturday. Also provides versatility along the offensive line.

56) Seattle SeahawksTerron Armstead OG Arkansas Pine-Bluff

Armstead is hands down the most versatile offensive lineman in the entire draft. Can play any position needed for Seahawks.

57) Houston Texans Jesse Williams DL Alabama

Can play multiple techniques and provides depth along defensive line for Texans.

58) Denver BroncosJohn Jenkins DT Georgia

Jenkins can play in either the 3-4 or the 4-3. Could be a great pair with Derek Wolfe inside for the Broncos.

59) New England PatriotsRobert Woods WR USC

Woods could end up being Brady’s favorite target if indeed Wes Welker does leave via free agency.

60) Atlanta FalconsMontee Ball RB Wisconsin

Ball could be a plug-n-play player for the falcons who provides versatility in contrast to Jaquizz Rogers

61) San Francisco 49ersVance MacDonald TE Rice

With the departure of Delanie Walker, the 49ers are going to need another tight end which they love to use in multiple sets.

62) Baltimore Ravens Jordan Reed TE Florida

Dennis Pitta is a good tight end for the ravens, but Reed provides versatility in so many ways as a great second option behind him.

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