CBSSports.com senior writer Pete Prisco analyzes each pick from Round 3 of the 2013 NFL Draft, grading each team on its draft-night selections. Refresh this page during the round on Friday, April 26, for the latest grades.
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|63||A||Chiefs select: Travis Kelce, TE, Cincinnati |
He might be the best tight end in this class. He had some off-field issues, but this kid is Jason Witten, Part II.
|64||B||Jaguars select: Dwayne Gratz, CB, Connecticut |
They needed help at corner and this kid fills the need. He is a solid cover player. He will compete to start right away.
|65||B||Lions select: Larry Warford, OG, Kentucky |
He is a road grader guard who will be an immediate starter. He faced a lot of top competition and handled himself well.
|66||B||Raiders select: Sio Moore, OLB, Connecticut |
He's an athletic linebacker who can rush and chase down backs. The Raiders get another productive player.
|67||A||Eagles select: Bennie Logan, DT, LSU |
This is one of the biggest steals of the draft. Logan is a productive player who will be better on the next level. Love this pick.
|68||B-||Browns select: Leon McFadden, CB, San Diego State |
He is a nice cover corner, but he's small. That's a concern. I might have taken Jordan Poyer here.
|69||B-||Cardinals select: Tyrann Mathieu, CB, LSU |
He is a good player, if he can stay out of trouble. But he has Patrick Peterson to keep him in line.
|70||B||Titans select: Blidi Wreh-Wilson, CB, Connecticut |
He fills a need to help upgrade the corner spot in a division that features Andrew Luck. He will be the nickel corner.
|71||D+||Rams select: T.J. McDonald, FS, Southern California |
He is stiff and reminds me more of an old-time safety. He doesn't have range.
|72||B-||Jets select: Brian Winters, OG, Kent State |
I like drafting college tackles to move inside and play guard. He is a tough guy.
|73||B||Buccaneers select: Mike Glennon, QB, North Carolina State |
This speaks about Josh Freeman as much as anything. Glennon has a big arm, but he is a statue in the pocket.
|74||A-||Cowboys select: Terrance Williams, WR, Baylor |
This kid has first-round potential. For a team that has two good receivers, this is a heck of pick. One of my favorites.
|75||A-||Saints select: Terron Armstead, OT, Arkansas-Pine Bluff |
He is from a small school but he is a big, nasty player who fills a need.
|76||B-||Chargers select: Keenan Allen, WR, California |
He is a nice, polished receiver who comes in the third round when some had him in the first. The injury concerns are there, however.
|77||B-||Dolphins select: Dallas Thomas, OT, Tennessee |
This is a need for the Dolphins. Now they can keep Jonathan Martin on the right side.
|78||A||Bills select: Marquise Goodwin, WR, Texas |
This is great speed value for the Bills. I love this move. He can fly.
|79||B||Steelers select: Markus Wheaton, WR, Oregon State |
Some coaches raved about this kid being one of the best receivers in the draft. He is a class third-round WR pick by Pittsburgh.
|80||B||Cowboys select: J.J. Wilcox, SS, Georgia Southern |
The Cowboys have a big hole at safety and this is a kid who has been rising lately. He is a big, tough safety.
|81||B||Giants select: Damontre Moore, DE, Texas A&M |
The Giants know how to find defensive ends. It's hard to knock them when they take them.
|82||C||Saints select: Johnathan Jenkins, DT, Georgia |
The concern with Jenkins is his weight. If he can control it, he is a good player in the middle of their defense.
|83||B+||Patriots select: Logan Ryan, CB, Rutgers |
There were some scouts who thought he might have a chance to go into the first round. This is a need pick.
|84||B+||Bengals select: Shawn Williams, SS, Georgia |
He is a rangy safety who will address a position of need in the back end. I like that.
|85||B+||Redskins select: Jordan Reed, TE, Florida |
He is a pass-catching tight end whom the Redskins will love. Fred Davis is coming off a season-ending injury, so it makes sense.
|86||C+||Colts select: Hugh Thornton, OG, Illinois |
He is a tough-guy guard that goes to a team in need of it.
|87||B+||Seahawks select: Jordan Hill, DT, Penn State |
This is a vintage Seahawks pick. They get it. This is a productive inside player on a team that faced a lot of adversity.
|88||A||49ers select: Corey Lemonier, DE, Auburn |
This is another 49ers steal. He is a little light to play defensive end, but he can step in and play outside 3-4 rush linebacker.
|89||B||Texans select: Brennan Williams, OT, North Carolina |
He is an athletic tackle who will push for time at right tackle -- a position of need -- for the Texans.
|90||C||Broncos select: Kayvon Webster, CB, South Florida |
Corner is an issue in terms of age. He's a solid player, but this was a little high. They hit on Chris Harris as an undrafted though, so who knows?
|91||D||Patriots select: Duron Harmon, SS, Rutgers |
Is the reach here for the Patriots? They've done it before. It looks like it.
|92||A-||Rams select: Stedman Bailey, WR, West Virginia |
They got Austin and now Bailey. Nice job by the Rams. This kid is polished.
|93||B-||Dolphins select: Will Davis, CB, Utah State |
It's a need pick, and he has some cover skills, but he needs to get stronger.
|94||B-||Ravens select: Brandon Williams, DT, Missouri Southern State |
He's a big, wide body from a small school who showed well in the postseason. Terrence Cody has been a disappointment, so to makes sense.
|95||B-||Texans select: Sam Montgomery, DE, LSU |
If he can stay on the field, this is a steal. A lot of teams had concerns about his character.
|96||B-||Chiefs select: Knile Davis, RB, Arkansas |
He has injuries that have slowed him and that are a concern. If on the field, he has speed. And we know Andy Reid likes to throw to his backs.
|97||B-||Titans select: Zaviar Gooden, OLB, Missouri |
The Titans love linebackers who can run, and they get another one with the last pick of the third round.