Live 2013 NFL Draft analysis: Third round

Ted Bartlett evaluates draft-eligible prospects in his spare time, among a number of activities he pursues, including managing an accounting team, golf, studying for the CPA exam, insulting various religious figures in writing, and generally, staying ahead of more than a few curves.  During the 2012 NFL Draft, he wiped the passion off of Jeff Legwold's face by nailing the Derek Wolfe pick, when Jeff had never even heard of him.  Ted also focuses on the NFL's business and legal environment, offensive and defensive schemes, going off on unrelated tangents, and all 32 teams in the NFL. Follow along as he offers his instant analysis of tonight's NFL Draft.

# Team Player Pos School
63 Kansas City Travis Kelce TE Cincinnati
This is a very high-value TE, who probably only fell in this draft because he had some off-the-field issues.  His brother Jason is an NFL center for the Eagles, so remember Andy Reid knows the family.  I think he's going to be good for the Chiefs.  
64 Jacksonville Dwayne Gratz CB UConn
For a team that didn't win all that much, UConn has some good defensive prospects in this class.  Gratz is long, and can run.  The Jaguars are starting out working on their secondary, which is a good place to begin a major rebuild.
65 Detroit Larry Warford OG Kentucky
Warford is a really good guard prospect.  The Lions continue to meet their needs without reaching for players.  Among man-blocking guards, he's second behind Warmack for me.
66 Oakland Sio Moore OLB UConn
The UConn train keeps a'rollin.  Moore is a really good athlete, and he can affect the game as a pass rusher, run-stuffer, and coverage guy.
67 Philadelphia Bennie Logan DT LSU
Logan is a high-effort and talented interior DT.  The Eagles are buying pretty low on him here, and I like the pick.
68 Cleveland Leon McFadden CB San Diego State
McFadden is a little slot CB to me.  I think there are a few better CBs left on the board, but if the Browns wanted a nickel guy, this is a solid one.
69 Arizona Tyrann Mathieu CB LSU
The Honey Badger is a fine pick for the Cardinals.  He's very close with Patrick Peterson, who seems to be a good influence on him.  He'll make a lot of plays in the slot.
70 Tennessee Blidi Wreh-Wilson CB UConn
We have ourselves a run on CBs going.  Wreh-Wilson has starter ability in the NFL, and he can contribute early for the Titans.
71 St. Louis TJ McDonald S USC
McDonald is a big hitter as a box safety, and the Rams could use one of those.  I think he'll be a liability in coverage, though.
72 New York Jets Brian Winters OG Kent State
Nice pick for the LOLJets.  Winters is a nasty mauler at guard, and he can step into a big void at the position.  Getting full-time starters here is good work.
73 Tampa Bay Mike Glennon QB North Carolina State
This is a nice scheme fit for Glennon, and the Bucs get a fairly talented thrower of the football to keep Josh Freeman's seat a little bit warm.
74 Dallas Terrance Williams WR Baylor
Williams is a good value here, as much as I didn't view him as highly as some people did.  He can work his way into the lineup over time on that team.
75 New Orleans Terron Armstead OT Arkansas-Pine Bluff
I view this as a steal.  Armstead is nearly the athlete that Lane Johnson is.  He may be better than Jermon Bushrod from day 1. 
76 San Diego Keenan Allen WR California
Excellent value here.  Allen has a lot of good tape, and all things being equal, I think he's the most talented outsdie WR in the class.  It's a little disconcerting to see all three other AFC West teams making smart picks so far this weekend.
77 Miami Dallas Thomas OG Tennessee
Thomas is a player who can compete to start as a rookie at RG.
78 Buffalo Marquise Goodwin WR Texas
This is all about leveraging E.J. Manuel's big arm - the thing about him that I like the best is how he throws the deep ball.  Goodwin is an absolute speedster.
79 Pittsburgh Markus Wheaton WR Oregon State
Wheaton is a guy who can contribute as a rookie within the Steeler WR group.  He's no Mike Wallace, but he can replace some of the things Wallace does.
80 Dallas J.J. Wilcox S Georgia Southern
This is the first guy drafted this weekend who I haven't seen play in any forum.  He looks like he has good size and speed, but I don't know him well.
81 New York Giants Damontre Moore DE Texas A&M
Moore was being called a top 5 pick about 4 months ago.  He had some character issues reported and a slow 40, with a weak bench press.  I was still hoping the Broncos would get him though.  Nice value here.
82 New Orleans (from MIA) John Jenkins NT Georgia
Jenkins is a massive NT, usually carrying around 355 pounds, and carrying it pretty well.  He plays a bit high, but good coaching can make this another steal.  
83 New England Logan Ryan CB Rutgers
I saw this a mile away.  Ryan is a Patriots type of CB, with zone instincts and good ball skills, and he comes from Rutgers, where Bill Belichick has a lot of relationships.
84 Cincinnati Shawn Williams S Georgia
Williams is a big and physical safety who played on a really talented Georgia defense.  I think this is too high for him, because he's not even as good as teammate Bacarri Rambo.
85 Washington Jordan Reed TE Florida
This another steal, because Reed should have been a second rounder.  He's strictly a move TE, but he can really run with the ball when he catches it.  Shanahan will find good ways to get him the ball.
86 Indianapolis Hugh Thornton OG Illinois
Thornton is likely to start as a rookie for the Colts.  He's a big and physical guard, and he can really anchor well in pass protection.
87 Seattle Jordan Hill DT Penn State
Hill is a solid rotational DT for the Seahawks.  He'll never be a star, but he can give you 30 good snaps.
88 San Francisco (from GB) Corey Lemonier OLB Auburn
The 49ers continue to load up on pass rushers.  I'm not Lemonier's biggest fan, but it's not a bad pick here.
89 Houston Brennan Williams OT North Carolina
I had this in the RAMD.  He can start at RT as a rookie for the Texans, and he fits their system really well.
90 Denver Kayvon Webster CB South Florida
Webster is a long CB, who may be usable as a man cover guy on TEs.  Maybe I got my matchup safety?  Let's see him before we criticize him too much.  As for taking a CB, I guess Mike Klis was right.  It's hard to see them carrying 6, but that must be the plan.
91 New England Duron Harmon S Rutgers
Belichick goes to the Rutgers well again.  They've really used a lot of picks on secondary players the last few years.
92 St. Louis Stedman Bailey WR West Virginia
Bailey is a good player, and he can crack the Rams lineup as a posession receiver.
93 Miami (from SF) Will Davis CB Utah State
Miami goes CB again, and doubles down to fill a pretty severe need area.
94 Baltimore Brandon Williams DT Missouri Southern State
Williams is big and strong, and tested as one of the most explosive players at the combine.  He's a Ravens kind of guy.
95* Houston Sam Montgomery DE/OLB LSU
This is about where you think about taking a first round talent who interviewed really poorly.  Compensatory picks are kind of like house money.
96* Kansas City Knile Davis RB Arkansas
Another Mario Fannin.  I don't mean that positively, in case you're wondering.
97* Tennessee Zaviar Gooden OLB Missouri
I like Gooden, and I think he can play as a rookie for the Titans.  At a minimum, he'll help your special teams.

* Compensatory Selection

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