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How Were the Top 50 2012 NFL Draft Prospects Rated as College Football Recruits?

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How Were the Top 50 2012 NFL Draft Prospects Rated as College Football Recruits?
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Who was the more highly touted quarterback recruit, Robert Griffin III or Andrew Luck?

The 2012 NFL Draft has plenty of star power and big-name prospects to go around. While the two top quarterback prospects, Robert Griffin III and Andrew Luck, are likely going to hog up most of the spotlight between now and draft weekend, there are still plenty of other top prospects NFL teams would love to get their hands on in late April.

This year’s crop of talent is a varied mix of players with diverse backgrounds. Some players have been basically guaranteed a spot in the pros since the day they entered college as elite high school recruits, while other less-heralded prospects have had to work their way up to make names for themselves at smaller, less prestigious schools.

So which of this year’s top draft prospects were high school all-stars, and which ones were high school afterthoughts?

Well, here's a look at how the top 50 prospects in the 2012 NFL Draft class were rated as college football recruits.

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