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Matt Miller's Updated 2012 NFL Draft Big Board

Matt MillerFeatured Columnist IVOctober 25, 2016

Matt Miller's Updated 2012 NFL Draft Big Board

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    Pro days are over. The combine and Senior Bowl are distant memories. With all the information we can possibly glean from the 2011 college football season, postseason and workouts, it is time to look at the top 300 players in the 2012 NFL draft class one more time.

    There has been talk of big position shifts—Robert Griffin III overtaking Andrew Luck, Justin Blackmon slipping, Dontari Poe rising. What's truth and what's hype?

    A true big board should be a reflection of film study, not an overreaction to workouts and 40 times. Using my 10 years experience as a coach and scout, here are my top 300 players, by position, for the 2012 draft.


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    The quarterback position may be loaded at the top with rare prospects, but after that, there is a considerable drop-off. 

    Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III are truly elite prospects, but no other quarterback from the 2012 class has a starting grade in year one. The next player likely to be drafted, Ryan Tannehill, carries a second-round grade on my board.


    1. Andrew Luck, Stanford (No. 1 Overall)

    2. Robert Griffin III, Baylor (No. 2 Overall)

    3. Kirk Cousins, Michigan State (Second Round)

    4. Ryan Tannehill, Texas A&M (Second Round)

    5. Brandon Weeden, Oklahoma State (Third Round) 

    6. Brock Osweiler, Arizona State (Fourth Round)

    7. Russell Wilson, Wisconsin (Fourth Round)

    8. Nick Foles, Arizona (Fifth Round)

    9. B.J. Coleman, Chattanooga (Fifth Round) 

    10. Austin Davis, Southern Mississippi (Sixth Round)

    11. Chandler Harnish, Northern Illinois (Seventh Round)

    12. Case Keenum, Houston (Seventh Round)

    13. G.J. Kinne, Tulsa (Undrafted Free Agent)

    14. Kellen Moore, Boise State (Undrafted Free Agent)

    15. Aaron Corp, Richmond (Undrafted Free Agent)

    16. Darron Thomas, Oregon (Undrafted Free Agent)

Running Backs

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    The 2012 draft class has four running backs with "featured back" grades on my board: Trent Richardson, Lamar Miller, Chris Polk and Doug Martin. If you need a No. 1 back, you'd better pick them up early this year.

    While David Wilson and Isaiah Pead have excellent speed, neither has the power to run effectively between the tackles. Same with LaMichael James, who has some fumble concerns on film.

    A late-round sleeper to watch out for? Lennon Creer. This small-schooler has NFL potential oozing out of his pores.


    1. Trent Richardson, Alabama (Top Five)

    2. Lamar Miller, Miami (Fla.) (First Round)

    3. Chris Polk, Washington (First Round)

    4. Doug Martin, Boise State (Second Round)

    5. David Wilson, Virginia Tech (Second Round)

    6. Isaiah Pead, Cincinnati (Third Round)

    7. LaMichael James, Oregon (Third Round)

    8. Bernard Pierce, Temple (Third Round)

    9. Robert Turbin, Utah State (Fourth Round)

    10. Ronnie Hillman, San Diego State (Fourth Round)

    11. Cyrus Gray, Texas A&M (Fourth Round)

    12. Chris Rainey, Florida (Fifth Round)

    13. Tauren Poole, Tennessee (Fifth Round)

    14. Dan Herron, Ohio State (Fifth Round)

    15. Vick Ballard, Mississippi State (Fifth Round)

    16. Terrance Ganaway, Baylor (Fifth Round)

    17. Edwin Baker, Michigan State (Sixth Round)

    18. Davin Meggett, Maryland (Sixth Round)

    19. Bobby Rainey, Western Kentucky (Sixth Round)

    20. Brandon Bolden, Mississippi (Seventh Round) 

    21. Marc Tyler, Southern California (Undrafted Free Agent)

    22. Michael Smith, Utah State (Undrafted Free Agent)

    23. Adonis Thomas, Toledo (Undrafted Free Agent)

    24. Lennon Creer, Louisiana Tech (Undrafted Free Agent)

    25. Foswhitt Whittaker, Texas (Undrafted Free Agent)

    26. Jewel Hampton, Southern Illinois (Undrafted Free Agent)


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    The fullback position isn't used as much these days, but the 2012 NFL draft class features a group of players who will ultimately be starters in select cities. 


    1. Evan Rodriguez, Temple (Fifth Round)

    2. Brad Smelley, Alabama (Sixth Round)

    3. Bradie Ewing, Wisconsin (Sixth Round)

    4. Emil Igwenagu, Massachusetts (Seventh Round)

    5. Chad Diehl, Clemson (Undrafted Free Agent)

    6. Cody Johnson, Texas (Undrafted Free Agent)

    7. Drake Dunsmore, Northwestern (Undrafted Free Agent)

Wide Receivers

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    One major area where my big board is different from the mainstream: Alshon Jeffery is the No. 1 wide receiver on this board.

    Jeffery's 2010 season, when he had a decent quarterback situation, was dominant. He outpaced A.J. Green and Julio Jones in production that year. His 2011 was less impressive as Stephen Garcia fell by the wayside, but the talent is there for Jeffery to dominate.


    1. Alshon Jeffery, South Carolina (Top 10)

    2. Michael Floyd, Notre Dame (Top 10)

    3. Justin Blackmon, Oklahoma State (First Round)

    4. Kendall Wright, Baylor (First Round)

    5. Stephen Hill, Georgia Tech (First Round)

    6. Rueben Randle, LSU (First Round)

    7. Mohamed Sanu, Rutgers (Second Round)

    8. Chris Givens, Wake Forest (Second Round)

    9. Brian Quick, Appalachian State (Second Round)

    10. Marvin Jones, California (Second Round)

    11. Nick Toon, Wisconsin (Third Round)

    12. Joe Adams, Arkansas (Third Round)

    13. Greg Childs, Arkansas (Third Round)

    14. Jarius Wright, Arkansas (Third Round)

    15. A.J. Jenkins, Illinois (Third Round)

    16. Chris Owusu, Stanford (Third Round)

    17. Devon Wylie, Fresno State (Third Round)

    18. Marvin McNutt, Iowa (Third Round)

    19. T.Y. Hilton, Florida International (Fourth Round)

    20. Juron Criner, Arizona (Fourth Round)

    21. Tommy Streeter, Miami (Fla.) (Fourth Round)

    22. Rishard Matthews, Nevada (Fourth Round)

    23. Jeff Fuller, Texas A&M (Fourth Round)

    24. Dwight Jones, North Carolina (Fourth Round)

    25. Ryan Broyles, Oklahoma (Fifth Round)

    26. DeVier Posey, Ohio State (Fifth Round)

    27. T.J. Graham, North Carolina State (Fifth Round)

    28. Danny Coale, Virginia Tech (Fifth Round)

    29. Marquis Maze, Alabama (Fifth Round)

    30. B.J. Cunningham, Michigan State (Fifth Round)

    31. Eric Page, Toledo (Sixth Round)

    32. Gerell Robinson, Arizona State (Sixth Round)

    33. Tim Benford, Tennessee Tech (Seventh Round)

    34. Junior Hemingway, Michigan (Seventh Round)

    35. Lance Lewis, East Carolina (Seventh Round)

    36. LaVon Brazill, Ohio (Seventh Round)

    37. Keshawn Martin, Michigan State (Seventh Round)

Tight Ends

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    The innovation of NFL offenses is beginning to shift as teams look for more athletic tight ends who can spread the field and contribute in the red zone. Today's tight end must be quick, strong and able to separate from defenders.

    The 2012 tight end class is deceptively strong. There won't be a top-10 pick here, but the top five players all have the assets to be first-year starters.


    1. Coby Fleener, Stanford (First Round)

    2. Dwayne Allen, Clemson (Second Round)

    3. Orson Charles, Georgia (Second Round)

    4. Ladarius Green, Louisiana-Lafayette (Third Round)

    5. Deangelo Peterson, LSU (Fourth Round)

    6. Michael Egnew, Missouri (Fourth Round)

    7. Brian Linthicum, Michigan State (Fifth Round)

    8. Kevin Koger, Michigan (Fifth Round)

    9. George Bryan, North Carolina State (Fifth Round)

    10. Rhett Ellison, Southern California (Sixth Round)

    11. James Hanna, Oklahoma (Sixth Round)

    12. Nick Provo, Syracuse (Sixth Round)

    13. Cory Harkey, UCLA (Seventh Round)

    14. Chase Ford, Miami (Fla.) (Seventh Round)

    15. David Paulson, Oregon (Seventh Round)

    16. Tyler Urban, West Virginia (Undrafted Free Agent)

    17. Beau Reliford, Florida State (Undrafted Free Agent)

    18. Anthony Miller, California (Undrafted Free Agent)

    19. Brad Herman, Iowa (Undrafted Free Agent)

    20. Andrew Szczerba, Penn State (Undrafted Free Agent)

Offensive Tackles

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    There is no Joe Thomas or Jake Long here, but Matt Kalil is a sure-fire starter from day one. Expected to be drafted in the top five, Kalil has All-Pro potential.

    After Kalil, there is little hope for a pure left tackle. Riley Reiff and Mike Adams look best on the right side. Jonathan Martin has been somewhat overrated and could be better on the right side too. Teams needing a left tackle may not find their answers in 2012.


    1. Matt Kalil, Southern California (Top Five)

    2. Riley Reiff, Iowa (First Round)

    3. Mike Adams, Ohio State (First Round)

    4. Jonathan Martin, Stanford (First Round)

    5. Mitchell Schwartz, California (Second Round)

    6. Zebrie Sanders, Florida State (Second Round)

    7. Bobby Massie, Mississippi (Third Round)

    8. Brandon Mosley, Auburn (Third Round)

    9. Matt McCants, UAB (Fourth Round)

    10. Jeff Allen, Illinois (Fourth Round)

    11. Tony Bergstrom, Utah (Fourth Round)

    12. Nate Potter, Boise State (Fourth Round)

    13. Matt Reynolds, Brigham Young (Fifth Round)

    14. Andrew Datko, Florida State (Fifth Round)

    15. Tom Compton, South Dakota (Fifth Round)

    16. Lamar Holmes, Southern Mississippi (Fifth Round)

    17. Donald Stephenson, Oklahoma (Sixth Round)

    18. Marcel Jones, Nebraska (Sixth Round)

    19. Levy Adcock, Oklahoma State (Sixth Round)

    20. Dustin Waldron, Portland State (Sixth Round)

    21. Landon Walker, Clemson (Sixth Round)

    22. Jeff Adams, Columbia (Sixth Round)

    23. Don Barclay, West Virginia (Seventh Round)

    24. Markus Zusevics, Iowa (Seventh Round)

    25. John Cullen, Utah (Seventh Round)

    26. Josh Oglesby, Wisconsin (Seventh Round)

    27. Trevor Olson, Northern Illinois (Seventh Round)

Offensive Guards

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    Rarely does an offensive guard find his way into the top 10 of the NFL draft order, but this year, it just might happen.

    David DeCastro is an elite guard prospect, showing the footwork and strength to be a dominant player at virtually any position along the line. Don't be shocked if he's drafted within the first six or seven picks.


    1. David DeCastro, Stanford (Top 10)

    2. Cordy Glenn, Georgia (First Round)

    3. Kelechi Osemele, Iowa State (First Round)

    4. Kevin Zeitler, Wisconsin (Second Round)

    5. Brandon Washington, Miami (Fla.) (Second Round)

    5. Amini Silatolu, Midwestern State (Second Round)

    6. James Brown, Troy (Third Round)

    7. Senio Kelemete, Washington (Third Round)

    8. Brandon Brooks, Miami (Ohio) (Fourth Round)

    9. Lucas Nix, Pittsburgh (Fifth Round)

    10. Josh LeRibeus, Southern Methodist (Sixth Round)

    11. Jaymes Brooks, Virginia Tech (Sixth Round)

    12. Ryan Miller, Colorado (Sixth Round)

    13. Desmond Wynn, Rutgers (Sixth Round)

    14. Derek Dennis, Temple (Seventh Round)

    15. Joe Looney, Wake Forest (Seventh Round)

    16. Jeremiah Warren, South Florida (Undrafted Free Agent)

    17. Kelvin Beachum, Southern Methodist (Undrafted Free Agent)

    18. Antoine McClain, Clemson (Undrafted Free Agent)

    19. Rishaw Johnson, California (PA) (Undrafted Free Agent)


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    Few positions carry the importance of a center. Not only are they first in the line of defense in front of the quarterback, but they are responsible for line calls, assignments and protection packages pre-snap.

    The 2012 draft features just one player carrying a first-round grade, with others scattered throughout the remaining rounds who have varying levels of ability to contribute right away.


    1. Peter Konz, Wisconsin (First Round)

    2. Ben Jones, Georgia (Second Round) 

    3. Michael Brewster, Ohio State (Third Round)

    4. Philip Blake, Baylor (Fourth Round)

    5. David Molk, Michigan (Fifth Round)

    6. Quentin Saulsberry, Mississippi State (Fifth Round)

    7. Garth Gerhart, Arizona State (Seventh Round)

    8. Grant Garner, Oklahoma State (Undrafted Free Agent)

    9. Mason Cloy, Clemson (Undrafted Free Agent)

    10. Scott Wedige, Northern Illinois (Undrafted Free Agent)

    11. William Vlachos, Alabama (Undrafted Free Agent)

Defensive Ends

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    As the NFL moves to a passing league on offense, defenses will continue to load up on players who can rush the passer and create havoc in the backfield. The 2012 class of defensive ends is loaded.

    Players like Nick Perry, Andre Branch, Whitney Mercilus and others will all see a potential move to outside linebacker in 3-4 defenses. Those players are notated with a "3-4."


    1. Nick Perry, Southern California (Top 10) (3-4)

    2. Quinton Coples, North Carolina (First Round)

    3. Andre Branch, Clemson (First Round) (3-4)

    4. Whitney Mercilus, Illinois (First Round) (3-4)

    5. Chandler Jones, Syracuse (Second Round) (3-4)

    6. Vinny Curry, Marshall (Second Round) (3-4)

    7. Jared Crick, Nebraska (Second Round)

    8. Billy Winn, Boise State (Second Round)

    9. Tyrone Crawford, Boise State (Third Round)

    10. Cam Johnson, Virginia (Third Round) (3-4)

    11. Malik Jackson, Tennessee (Third Round)

    12. Jake Bequette, Arkansas (Third Round) (3-4)

    13. Trevor Guyton, California (Third Round)

    14. Jack Crawford, Penn State (Fourth Round)

    15. Olivier Vernon, Miami (Fla.) (Fourth Round) (3-4)

    16. Jacquies Smith, Missouri (Fifth Round) (3-4)

    17. Donte Paige-Moss, North Carolina (Fifth Round)

    18. Derrick Shelby, Utah (Fifth Round)

    19. Julian Miller, West Virginia (Sixth Round)

    20. Justin Francis, Rutgers (Sixth Round)

    21. Frank Alexander, Oklahoma (Sixth Round)

    22. Taylor Thompson, Southern Methodist (Seventh Round)

    23. Ernest Owusu, California (Seventh Round)

    24. Scott Solomon, Rice (Seventh Round)

    25. Ryan Van Bergen, Michigan (Seventh Round)

Defensive Tackles

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    Defensive tackles are among the first positions scouts and general managers look at when building an elite defense. Start in the middle and build out.

    The 2012 class of defensive tackles lacks elite producers like Nick Fairley, Marcell Dareus or Ndamukong Suh. Instead, this year's class is heavy on potential.


    1. Michael Brockers, LSU (Top 10)

    2. Fletcher Cox, Mississippi State (First Round)

    3. Dontari Poe, Memphis (First Round)

    4. Kendall Reyes, Connecticut (First Round)

    5. Jerel Worthy, Michigan State (First Round)

    6. Devon Still, Penn State (First Round)

    7. Mike Martin, Michigan (Second Round)

    8. Josh Chapman, Alabama (Second Round)

    9. Brandon Thompson, Clemson (Second Round)

    10. Alameda Ta'amu, Washington (Third Round)

    11. Kheeston Randall, Texas (Third Round)

    12. Marcus Forston, Miami (Fla.) (Fourth Round)

    13. Derek Wolfe, Cincinnati (Fourth Round)

    14. DaJohn Harris, Southern California (Fifth Round)

    15. Jaye Howard, Florida (Fifth Round)

    16. Brett Roy, Nevada (Fifth Round)

    17. Mike Daniels, Iowa (Fifth Round)

    18. Nicolas Jean-Baptiste, Baylor (Sixth Round)

    19. Hebron Fangupo, Brigham Young (Sixth Round)

    20. Akiem Hicks, Regina (Seventh Round)

    21. Vaughn Meatoga, Hawaii (Undrafted Free Agent)

    22. Travian Robertson, South Carolina (Undrafted Free Agent)

    23. Tydreke Powell, North Carolina (Undrafted Free Agent)

    24. DeAngelo Tyson, Georgia (Undrafted Free Agent)

Outside Linebackers

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    Much like defensive ends, finding outside linebackers who can rush the passer and/or drop into coverage is essential in today's NFL.

    The 2012 class is highlighted by college defensive ends who will likely see a change to outside linebacker in the NFL. Melvin Ingram, Courtney Upshaw and Shea McClellin will all be asked to stand up after spending at least some time at end in college.


    1. Melvin Ingram, South Carolina (First Round) (3-4)

    2. Courtney Upshaw, Alabama (First Round) (3-4)

    3. Shea McClellin, Boise State (First Round) (3-4)

    4. Zach Brown, North Carolina (Second Round)

    5. Bobby Wagner, Utah State (Second Round)

    6. Lavonte David, Nebraska (Second Round)

    7. Ronnell Lewis, Oklahoma (Second Round) (3-4)

    8. Jonathan Massaquoi, Troy (Second Round) (3-4)

    9. Keenan Robinson, Texas (Third Round)

    10. Sean Spence, Miami (Fla.) (Third Round)

    11. Josh Kaddu, Oregon (Fourth Round)

    12. Bruce Irvin, West Virginia (Fourth Round) (3-4)

    13. Demario Davis, Arkansas State (Fourth Round)

    14. Kyle Wilber, Wake Forest (Fourth Round) (3-4)

    15. Emmanuel Acho, Texas (Fourth Round)

    16. Terrell Manning, North Carolina State (Fourth Round)

    17. Nigel Bradham, Florida State (Fifth Round)

    18. Tyler Nielsen, Iowa (Fifth Round)

    19. Travis Lewis, Oklahoma (Sixth Round)

    20. Brandon Lindsey, Pittsburgh (Sixth Round) (3-4)

    21. Tank Carder, TCU (Sixth Round)

    22. Darius Fleming, Notre Dame (Seventh Round) (3-4)

    23. Adrian Robinson, Temple (Seventh Round) (3-4)

    24. Danny Trevathan, Kentucky (Seventh Round)

    25. Tahir Whitehead, Temple (Undrafted Free Agent)

    26. Miles Burris, San Diego State (Undrafted Free Agent)

    27. Jerrell Harris, Alabama (Undrafted Free Agent) (3-4)

Inside Linebackers

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    Finding the next Patrick Willis or Ray Lewis is on the mind of every NFL general manager when they look for an inside linebacker. The 2012 class features no such player.

    Luke Kuechly has been widely hyped as a can't-miss linebacker prospect, but when grading out Kuechly, we see more of a second-rounder than a top-15 player. Kuechly's inability to take on blockers is a major concern.


    1. Dont'a Hightower, Alabama (First Round)

    2. Luke Kuechly, Boston College (Second Round)

    3. James-Michael Johnson, Nevada (Second Round)

    4. Mychal Kendricks, California (Third Round)

    5. Audie Cole, North Carolina State (Third Round)

    6. Jerry Franklin, Arkansas (Fourth Round)

    7. Vontaze Burfict, Arizona State (Fourth Round)

    8. Chris Galippo, Southern California (Fifth Round)

    9. Max Gruder, Pittsburgh (Fifth Round)

    10. Najee Goode, West Virginia (Sixth Round)

    11. Shawn Loiseau, Merrimack (Sixth Round)

    12. Adrien Cole, Louisiana Tech (Seventh Round)

    13. D.J. Holt, California (Undrafted Free Agent)

    14. Chris Marve, Vanderbilt (Undrafted Free Agent)

    15. Garrick Williams, Texas A&M (Undrafted Free Agent)


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    We continue to hear that "it's a passing league now." It is, which is why we could see six cornerbacks drafted within the first round.

    Morris Claiborne is a legitimate top-five player, while five other cornerbacks carry a Round 1 grade. The big wild card in this class? Janoris Jenkins. The troubled cornerback has top-10 talent, but his big question marks off the field could keep him out of the first round.

    1. Morris Claiborne, LSU (Top Five)

    2. Stephon Gilmore, South Carolina (First Round)

    3. Jamell Fleming, Oklahoma (First Round)

    4. Dre Kirkpatrick, Alabama (First Round)

    5. Casey Hayward, Vanderbilt (First Round)

    6. Janoris Jenkins, North Alabama (Second Round)

    7. Brandon Boykin, Georgia (Second Round)

    8. Josh Robinson, UCF (Second Round)

    9. Trumaine Johnson, Montana (Second Round)

    10. Ron Brooks, LSU (Second Round)

    11. Alfonzo Dennard, Nebraska  (Second Round)

    12. Dwight Bentley, Louisiana-Lafayette (Third Round)

    13. DeQuan Menzie, Alabama  (Third Round)

    14. Omar Bolden, Arizona State (Third Round)

    15. Shaun Prater, Iowa (Fourth Round)

    16. Josh Norman, Coastal Carolina (Fourth Round)

    17. Jayron Hosley, Virginia Tech (Fourth Round)

    18. Chase Minnifield, Virginia (Fourth Round)

    19. Leonard Johnson, Iowa State  (Fourth Round)

    20. Coryell Judie, Texas A&M (Fifth Round)

    21. Asa Jackson, Cal Poly (Fifth Round)

    22. Micah Pellerin, Hampton (Fifth Round)

    23. Ryan Steed, Furman (Sixth Round)

    24. Donnie Fletcher, Boston College (Sixth Round)

    25. Mike Harris, Florida State (Sixth Round)

    26. Justin Bethel, Presbyterian (Seventh Round)

    27. Keith Tandy, West Virginia (Seventh Round)

    28. Chris Greenwood, Albion (Seventh Round)

    29. Coty Sensabaugh, Clemson (Seventh Round)

    30. Trevin Wade, Arizona (Undrafted Free Agent)

    31. Charles Brown, North Carolina (Undrafted Free Agent)

    32. Emanuel Davis, East Carolina (Undrafted Free Agent)

    33. Terrence Frederick, Texas A&M (Undrafted Free Agent)

    34. D'Anton Lynn, Penn State (Undrafted Free Agent)

    35. Robert Blanton, Notre Dame (Undrafted Free Agent)

    36. Cliff Harris, Oregon (Undrafted Free Agent)

Free Safeties

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    The 2012 NFL draft class doesn't feature an elite free safety prospect, but there are a solid number of players who can become starters early in their NFL careers.

    George Iloka is a big, rangy safety who could line up at free or strong safety. Markelle Martin is fluid, quick and a solid hitter. Both could be rookie starters.


    1. George Iloka, Boise State (Second Round)

    2. Markelle Martin, Oklahoma State (Second Round)

    3. Trenton Robinson, Michigan State (Third Round)

    4. Janzen Jackson, McNeese State (Third Round)

    5. Aaron Henry, Wisconsin (Fourth Round)

    6. Christian Thompson, South Carolina State (Fourth Round)

    7. Eddie Whitley, Virginia Tech (Fifth Round)

    8. Tramain Thomas, Arkansas (Sixth Round)

    9. Brandon Hardin, Oregon State (Seventh Round)

    10. Tysyn Hartman, Kansas State (Seventh Round)

    11. Damien Jackson, Mississippi (Undrafted Free Agent)

    12. Jerrell Young, South Florida (Undrafted Free Agent)

    13. Blake Gideon, Texas (Undrafted Free Agent)

    14. Phillip Thomas, Syracuse (Undrafted Free Agent)

Strong Safeties

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    Need a strong safety? This is a loaded crop of players ready to make a big impact early on.

    Both Mark Barron and Harrison Smith could be drafted in Round 1. Brandon Taylor is a solid hitter who would be great in the box against the run.

    A late-round sleeper to keep an eye on? Kelcie McCray of Arkansas State.


    1. Mark Barron, Alabama (First Round)

    2. Harrison Smith, Notre Dame (Second Round)

    3. Antonio Allen, South Carolina (Third Round)

    4. Brandon Taylor, LSU (Third Round)

    5. Duke Ihenacho, San Jose State (Fourth Round)

    6. Kelcie McCray, Arkansas State (Fourth Round)

    7. Eddie Pleasant, Oregon (Fifth Round)

    8. Matt Daniels, Duke (Fifth Round)

    9. Sean Cattouse, California (Sixth Round)

    10. Winston Guy, Kentucky (Sixth Round)

    11. Charles Mitchell, Mississippi State (Seventh Round)

    12. Cyhl Quarles, Wake Forest (Undrafted Free Agent)

    13. Johnny Thomas, Oklahoma State (Undrafted Free Agent)

    14. Sean Richardson, Vanderbilt (Undrafted Free Agent)

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