2013 NFL Draft results: Tyrann Mathieu headlines the 3rd round

Kevin C. Cox

Picks continued to fly off the board as the second day of the 2013 NFL Draft came to an end with the third round.

The second day of the 2013 NFL Draft came to a close on Friday with Tennessee closing out the draft with the final pick of the third round.

Plenty of talent was still available in the third round with Detroit and Oakland making solid picks early with Larry Warford and Sio Moore. The Arizona Cardinals made headlines a few picks later, drafting Tyrann Mathieu from LSU. Mathieu proved to be a playmaker on the field during his college career, but numerous off-the-field issues caused him to miss his final season at LSU and fall down draft boards.

Mathieu wasn't the only big name to come off the board in the third round. Defensive end Damontre Moore, once talked about as a potential top 10 pick, slid down to the middle of the third round, going to the New York Giants with the No. 81 pick. San Francisco continued to be one of the busiest teams in the draft, trading up to select Corey Lemonier with the 88th pick.

Here is the complete list of third round selections.

Pick Team Player Position School
63. Kansas City Chiefs Travis Kelce Tight End Cincinnati
64. Jacksonville Jaguars Dwayne Gratz Cornerback Connecticut
65. Detroit Lions Larry Warford Guard Kentucky
66. Oakland Raiders Sio Moore Linebacker Connecticut
67. Philadelphia Eagles Bennie Logan Defensive Tackle LSU
68. Cleveland Browns Leon McFadden Cornerback San Deigo State
69. Arizona Cardinals Tyrann Mathieu Cornerback LSU
70. Tennessee Titans Blidi Wreh-Wilson Cornerback Connecticut
71. St. Louis Rams T.J. McDonald Safety USC
72. New York Jets Brian Winters Guard Kent State
73. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Mike Glennon Quarterback North Carolina State
74. Dallas Cowboys Terrance Williams Wide Receiver Baylor
75. New Orleans Saints Terron Armstead Tackle Arkansas-Pine Bluff
76. San Diego Chargers Keenan Allen Wide Receiver California
77. Miami Dolphins Dallas Thomas Tackle Tennessee
78. Buffalo Bills Marquise Goodwin Wide Receiver Texas
79. Pittsburgh Steelers Markus Wheaton Wide Receiver Oregon State
80. Dallas Cowboys J.J. Wilcox Safety Georgia Southern
81. New York Giants Damontre Moore Defensive End Texas A&M
82. New Orleans Saints John Jenkins Defensive Tackle Georgia
83. New England Patriots Logan Ryan Cornerback Rutgers
84. Cincinnati Bengals Shawn Williams Safety Georgia
85. Washington Redskins Jordan Reed Tight End Florida
86. Indianapolis Colts Hugh Thornton Guard Illinois
87. Seattle Seahawks Jordan Hill Defensive Tackle Penn State
88. San Francisco 49ers Corey Lemonier Defensive End Auburn
89. Houston Texans Brennan Williams Tackle North Carolina
90. Denver Broncos Kayvon Webster Cornerback South Florida
91. New England Patriots Duron Harmon Safety Rutgers
92. St. Louis Rams Stedman Bailey Wide Receiver West Virginia
93. Miami Dolphins Will Davis Cornerback Utah State
94. Baltimore Ravens Brandon Williams Defensive Tackle Missouri Southern State
95. Houston Texans Sam Montgomery Defensive End LSU
96. Kansas City Chiefs Knile Davis Running Back Arkansas
97. Tennessee Titans Zaviar Gooden Linebacker Missouri

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