The NFL draft is a tough thing to predict. Some players and teams find perfect marriages, while other prospects and organizations find themselves careening into draft-bust misery or free agency.
In the months leading up to the draft, prospects fluctuate like New York weather reports. Former potential first-rounders can find themselves destined for the bargain bin, while unknowns might shoot to the top with promising combines and character.
Brady Quinn has become the poster boy for players whose stock fell precipitously on draft day. Who will join him in 2012?