2012 NFL 7-Round Mock Draft: Where Do All the Quarterbacks End Up?

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2012 NFL 7-Round Mock Draft: Where Do All the Quarterbacks End Up?
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Andrew Luck is almost certainly the No. 1 overall pick

Every week or two, I update my seven-round NFL mock draft -- lately, it had been trouble, as players announced that they were entering and some admitted that they were returning to school for their junior or senior seasons. But now, it should get easier as the Jan. 15 deadline has passed for players declaring for the NFL Draft.

In this slideshow, I will show where I think all the quarterbacks will land -- unfortunately, this year's draft should be much better than it actually is, as Southern California's Matt Barkley and Oklahoma's Landry Jones said they would be coming back to their respective schools. Both were projected to be first-round selections, so teams looking for a quarterback will have to wait for next year.

Over the last five years, there have been an average of 12.2 quarterbacks taken in a seven-round draft; however, I look for that number to increase this year, as there are a number of quality prospects that could be taken in the later rounds.

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