With the Saints utilizing a 3-4 base defense in 2013, athletic and versatile stand-up pass rushers are important pieces to what Rob Ryan wants to do. Beasley does a nice job converting speed to power and flashes intriguing pass rush skills.
28. New England Patriots - Stephon Tuitt, DL, Notre Dame
The Patriots need to build depth on the defensive line and New England covets versatile front-seven players who can fill several roles. Tuitt moves well for his size and has versatile experience lining up all over the defensive line in college.
29. San Francisco 49ers - Jason Verrett, CB, TCU
San Francisco needs to get younger at cornerback and Verrett would be a good fit at nickel and also compete for a starting role as a rookie.
30. Carolina Panthers - Allen Robinson, WR Penn State
Can the Panthers really go another off-season without finding more weapons for Cam Newton? Robinson has been one of the most productive receivers over the past few seasons, for several different quarterbacks. He isn't overly special athletically, but he is a natural at the position.
31. Denver Broncos - Kony Ealy, DE, Missouri
With Shaun Phillips and Robert Ayers both hitting free agency after the season, the pass rush could be an area of need for the Broncos in the draft. Ealy has first round tools and his NFL ceiling is higher than his production in college would indicate.
32. Seattle Seahawks - Zach Martin, OG, Notre Dame
The starting offensive guards in Seattle have produced inconsistent results so far this season. Martin, who lines up at left tackle for the Irish, projects best at guard where he could be worth a first-round pick.