All the talk about the 2012 NFL Draft focuses on the likes of Andrew Luck and Justin Blackmon, but the next great player is just as often found in a later round. Tom Brady wasn't selected until the sixth round in 2000, while Kurt Warner went undrafted in 1994.
There are a number of excellent college football players who (for whatever reason) are not expected to be drafted until the later rounds in April. However, some of them still have the potential to be as good as their counterparts taken in the first round. Here are five of them.