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2012 NFL Mock Draft: Projecting Picks for Full 2011 NFL Draft Order

Ryan AlfieriCorrespondent IIIOctober 23, 2016

2012 NFL Mock Draft: Projecting Picks for Full 2011 NFL Draft Order

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    If you have been doing your draft homework, you have probably seen enough mock drafts to memorize the draft order. 

    So, why not throw a wrench in the process and use last year's order for this year's draft class?

    This full seven-round mock draft will assume the team rosters of today as opposed to drafting with last year's strategy. In other words, the Panthers will not be taking Andrew Luck with Cam Newton on the roster. 

    This mock will also assume the final draft order after trades. No trades will be included for simplicity's sake.

1. Carolina Panthers: Morris Claiborne, CB, LSU

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    If the Panthers were actually picking first in this year's draft, there would be a line out the door of teams with trade offers for the first-overall pick. 

    In this case, with a quarterback already in place (and more running backs than they know what to do with), Claiborne becomes the first overall pick. 

    Claiborne is the consensus top corner in the draft and would fill a massive need for the Panthers at corner. Defensive tackle is still the bigger need, but there is no player at the position worth consideration for the top pick in the draft. 

2. Denver Broncos: Robert Griffin III, QB, Baylor

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    The Broncos have their short-term answer at quarterback, but at some point, Manning is going to retire, likely within four years or so. 

    Griffin has already stated how much he would love to learn under Peyton Manning. He probably would not be too thrilled about sitting for at least two or three years, but with Manning's age and neck injuries, no one know how much longer Peyton has left. 

    I gave the Broncos Griffin over Luck because he has a bit more upside than Luck, while Luck is more pro-ready right now. Griffin with several years of top-notch tutoring could be something truly special. 

3. Buffalo Bills: Andrew Luck, QB, Stanford

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    With Andrew Luck on the board, all ties to Ryan Fitzpatrick become meaningless. The Bills would take Luck without hesitation, then worry about dealing with Fitzpatrick's contract later. 

    There is a pretty good chance that Luck would be an upgrade over Fitzpatrick, even as a rookie. Perhaps no prospect has ever been more pro-ready at the quarterback position than Luck. 

4. Cincinnati Bengals: Trent Richardson, RB, Alabama

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    Even though they added another body in BenJarvus Green-Ellis, it would be almost impossible to pass on a talent like Richardson. 

    Richardson may be the best prospect in this entire draft, who only falls to fourth overall because of the position he plays. 

    After adding A.J. Green last year, Andy Dalton wold have quite an arsenal of weapons at his disposal. 

5. Arizona Cardinals: Matt Kalil, OT, USC

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    This pick is just way too easy. Kalil is the best tackle in the draft, and the Cardinals are in sheer desperation for an upgrade on the offensive line. 

    Kalil lacks the "mean streak" you look for in the run game, but as a finesse pass-blocker, you would be hard pressed to find a better prospect. 

    Despite the fact that Arizona decided to bring back Levi Brown, Kalil should immediately start on the left side of the offensive line and stay there for the next 10 years. 

6. Atlanta Falcons: Fletcher Cox, DT, Mississippi State

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    The Falcons are a bit out of place here, as they are much more complete team than the other teams picking at this point in the draft. 

    In any case, this may seem a bit high for Cox, but he is the most complete and explosive defensive tackle in a deep draft class. The Falcons did not get as much out of their defensive line as the talent would suggest, particularly in terms of pass-rush. Cox would give Atlanta an injection of youth at an aging position. 

7. San Francisco 49ers: Michael Floyd, WR, Notre Dame

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    Even after adding Randy Moss to give the Niners a deep threat, he cannot be considered more than a one-year stop gap solution at this point. 

    Floyd is gaining some steam as the draft approaches to the point where he may be able to push him off the wide receiver pedestal. 

    Even if he does not start in his rookie season, he would be a huge presence in the red zone, which is an area in which the 49ers have struggled. 

9. Tennessee Titans: Stephon Gilmore, CB, South Carolina

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    No draftee has seen their stock rise so much in the past two weeks than Stephon Gilmore.

    What is so interesting about his jump into the top 10 is that he did not raise his stock through a workout or 40 time. As teams take a closer look as the draft approaches, Gilmore just seems to show more on tape than just about every cornerback (except for one) in the draft. 

    The Titans, who seemed content to let Cortland Finnegan walk in free agency, would immediately have his replacement with this pick. 

9. Dallas Cowboys: David DeCastro, OG, Stanford

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    The Cowboys seem to have their tackle situation well in hand after the selection of Tyron Smith in the first round of last year's draft, but the interior of the line could still use some work. 

    Meanwhile, DeCastro is one of the safest prospects in the draft. He does everything well and has almost no weaknesses in his game. 

    Taking a guard this early in the draft is frowned upon, but I would make an exception in DeCastro's case. 

10. Jacksonville Jaguars: Justin Blackmon, WR, Oklahoma State

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    Just a short year ago, the Jaguars pulled the trigger on Blaine Gabbert, hoping he would be their long-term answer at quarterback. Gabbert has been underwhelming to say the least, but having a few receivers to throw to would certainly help in his development. 

    Throughout the draft process, Blackmon was considered to be the best receiver in the draft, period. However, a late surge by Michael Floyd leads to a bit of a fall, and the Jaguars reap the benefits. 

    Blackmon is not necessarily a deep threat, but he is a big-bodied receiver that will be a huge target for Gabbert when he gets in trouble. 

11. Houston Texans: Luke Kuechly, LB, Boston College

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    The Texans have a lot more holes now than they did a few months ago after some head-scratching roster moves, including shipping DeMeco Ryans away for a mid-round pick. 

    Speculation suggests that Ryans was simply not good enough in coverage, and his impact on the field was minimized, limiting his snaps. If that is the case, bringing in Kuechly should solve all of their problems. 

    Luke is fantastic in coverage and is sound in the run game, even if he does not make a lot of "splash" plays. He is not an ideal fit in a 3-4, but he can still be a fine player in almost any scheme. 

12. Minnesota Vikings: Mark Barron, S, Alabama

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    The Vikings may have the worst safety situation in the NFL. They could use a new starter at both spots, and in a division with Aaron Rodgers, Jay Cutler and Matthew Stafford, improving the secondary becomes a major priority. 

    Barron is clearly the best safety in the draft and has a great physical presence in the run game. He can cover a lot of ground in a hurry and would be best used in a center field-type role. 

13. Detroit Lions: Dre Kirkpatrick, CB, Alabama

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    Kirkpatrick's stock has taken a bit of a hit because of Gilmore's rise, but that does not make him any less of a football player. 

    The Lions need a lot of help in the secondary, particularly after losing Eric Wright to free agency. 

    Kirkpatrick is a perfect fit in the Lions scheme. His instincts and awareness make him a better zone than man corner, but that is not to say he cannot do both. 

14. St. Louis Rams: Michael Brockers, DT, LSU

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    The Rams were very soft against the run last season, which is in large part due to their age an ineffectiveness at the defensive tackle position. 

    To me, there are three premier defensive tackles in this year's class: Cox, Brockers and Dontari Poe. With Cox off the board, picking between Brockers and Poe is almost a toss-up. 

    However, Brockers has at least shown a bit more on the field in terms of a run stopper, which is what the Rams need immediately. Given some time, Brockers can evolve into a pass-rusher to round out his game. 

15. Miami Dolphins: Ryan Tannehill, QB, Texas A&M

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    Even though the Dolphins drop seven spots in this mock draft, they get the same result as about 90 percent of "real" mocks. 

    Tannehill is one of the most polarizing players in the draft because of his relative inexperience and tendency to make mistakes, but there is no denying his ability as a thrower. If the Dolphins hit on Tannehill, the Ireland regime will regain its 2008 popularity when they shocked the world and usurped the Patriots to win the AFC East on the heels of a 1-15 season. 

16. Washington Redskins: Cordy Glenn, OT, Georgia

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    Along with the Colts, the Redskins lose the most out of this "new" draft order. They go from drafting a potential star at the quarterback position that could finally bring the franchise out of a decade-long period of dormancy.

    However, they are still in position to take a quality player at a position of need. Cordy Glenn played tackle at Georgia, but his slow feet make him a better fit as a guard. But the Redskins have big holes at both the guard and right tackle positions to test him out at both positions. 

17. New England Patriots: Melvin Ingram, DE, South Carolina

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    For one reason or another, all of the top pass-rushers have slipped to the bottom half of the first round, and the end-starved Patriots are ready to seize the opportunity. 

    Ingram is athletic enough to play in just about any spot in the front seven, including inside linebacker. He will be a perfect chess piece for Belichick to move around all over the defensive line. 

18. San Diego Chargers: Quinton Coples, DE, North Carolina

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    Coples is not an ideal fit as a 3-4 outside linebacker, but he has too much upside to turn down at this point in the draft. 

    With the signing of Jarrett Johnson to hold down the linebacker position opposite Shaun Phillips, the Chargers could experiment with how they want to use Coples. 

    Coples, who has experience at both defensive tackle and end, could possibly be worked in as a 5-technique or kicked inside as a 3-technique on passing downs. 

19. New York Giants: Riley Reiff, OT, Iowa

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    For a team that just won the Super Bowl, the Giants have their fair share of holes, particularly on the offensive line. Kareem McKenzie was a massive liability at right tackle all season, and his expiring contract leaves a massive hole in his absence. 

    Reiff is not the ideal prospect in terms of arm length and size, but he is technically sound and should be able to step in and start right away on the right side. 

20. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Doug Martin, RB, Boise State

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    With Greg Schiano calling the shots, there is little doubt that they Bucs will be running the football a lot more, and with greater discipline.

    Martin is not the most explosive player around, but he is consistent and does not put the ball on the ground, which is the main reason why I did not put David Wilson in this spot. Martin will be a stabilizing force alongside LaGarrette Blount.

21. Cleveland Browns: Kendall Wright, WR, Baylor

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    Colt McCoy may not be the answer at quarterback for the Brownies, but it's not like he has had a lot of help in his year-and-a-half of starting experience. 

    Wright has elite speed and will be the field-stretcher Cleveland has been lacking since the days of Braylon Edwards. Now all he Browns need is a quarterback with an arm to take advantage of his speed. 

22. Indianapolis Colts: Jonathan Martin, OT, Stanford

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    To be fair, the Colts probably would have kept Peyton Manning around if they were picking this late in the draft. Without Andrew Luck to draft, the Colts roster is by far the weakest in the NFL, and by a significant margin. 

    However, they can at least add a potential franchise left tackle in Jonathan Martin at a relatively late spot in the draft. Martin is not exceptional at any one aspect of his game, but he is a solid, all-around tackle that would be an immediate upgrade for the Colts. 

23. Philadelphia Eagles: Dontari Poe, DT, Memphis

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    The Eagles are thrilled to see one of the remaining "elite" defensive tackle prospects still on the board this late in the draft. 

    Poe's production at Memphis was underwhelming to say the least. Inhuman combine numbers are hard to ignore. With some time, Poe could be an All-Pro—or a massive bust. 

24. New Orleans Saints: Nick Perry, DE, USC

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    In the "real" draft, the Saints will not be picking until the third round of the draft. But if they were to still have a first-round pick, they would be thrilled to nab a player like Perry this late in the draft. 

    Perry is a bit inconsistent on tape, but he could at least contribute on a rotational basis until he gets the hang of the pro game and develops his skills into a more consistent pass-rusher.  

25. Seattle Seahawks: Courtney Upshaw, DE, Alabama

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    With so many players seeing a rise in their stock, someone was bound to make a tumble down the draft boards. 

    Despite the fact that Upshaw played outside linebacker in a 3-4 at Alabama, his skill set is probably better suited for a base 4-3 end. He is not quite as athletic as Melvin Ingram or Quentin Coples, but he is still an explosive rusher who plays with good technique in the run game. 

    Upshaw would be a perfect replacement for the aging Raheem Brock.

26. Kansas City Chiefs: Dont'a Hightower, ILB, Alabama

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    The Chiefs do not have many holes on their roster, but finding a partner to Derrick Johnson would help in putting this improving defense on another level. 

    Hightower is has a ton of ability and is versatile enough to also be a factor as a pass-rusher on obvious passing downs. The issue with Dont'a is that he tends to almost get bored at times and lose focus in the middle of a game. 

    I have a feeling that once he steps onto an NFL field, those tendencies will go away. 

27. Baltimore Ravens: Peter Konz, C, Wisconsin

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    The Ravens, picking just two spots earlier in this draft, are still in prime position to take the best center in the draft in Peter Konz. 

    After failing to re-sign Ben Grubbs and missing out on Evan Mathis in free agency, the Ravens have a serious issue on their hands in terms of shoring up the interior of their offensive line. 

    Konz is the best center in the draft and is worth a first-round selection, which is somewhat of a rarity. 

28. New Orleans Saints: Devon Still, DT, Penn State

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    The Saints gave up a lot of yards on the ground last year and clearly need to get better in the middle of their defense. 

    Still leads the pack of the next group of defensive tackles that don't quite have the upside as the top three guys, but put on solid tape in their senior seasons that warrant first-round consideration. 

29. Chicago Bears: Amini Silatolu, OG, Midwestern State

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    Silatolu may come from a small school, but there is nothing small about his game. At 6'3", 325 lbs, Silatolu has all of the tools to be a quality guard at the next level.

    Amini was actually a tackle at Midwestern State, but he has a skill set that is more suitable for guard and would be an upgrade over most of the players on the Bears offensive line. 

30. New York Jets: Chandler Jones, DE, Syracuse

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    Picking this late in the draft would put the Jets out of contention for the top pass-rushers, which is why the Jets turn Chandler Jones for a solution to their pass-rush woes. 

    Jones is a bit of a project, but he is explosive and has incredible length and size that would translate well to an outside linebacker. 

    Jones' college production has been limited by injuries, but if he can stay healthy in the NFL, he could become a very good player with some time. 

31. Pittsburgh Steelers: David Wilson, RB, Virginia Tech

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    Even though running back will not be as much of a need once Rashard Mendenhall becomes available, the Steelers are known for taking the best player available and letting them sit on the bench and learn under veteran starters. 

    However, Wilson will be able to contribute right away in Mendenhall's absence.

    Wilson has all of the physical tools to be a special back at the next level, but he has some trouble finding his holes and picking up blocks. He is also known to put the ball on the ground. 

    If he can clean up his game, the Steelers may have found a steal at the end of the first. 

32: Shea McClellin, OLB, Boise State

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    You would be hard-pressed to find a unit that regressed more in one season than the Packers defense. They had some injuries, but several players simply did not perform to their usual standards.

    Finding a presence opposite Clay Matthews would help the Packers from giving up so many big plays that led to the abrupt end of their season.

    Meanwhile, McClellin's stock has been on the rise over the past few weeks, and perhaps enough to warrant a first-round pick. 

    McClellin played in a three-point stance at Boise, which will allow him to play in either a 4-3 or a 3-4. He is not necessarily a sack artist, but he is quick off the ball and holds up well in coverage. 

Round 2 (Picks 33 to 48)

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    33. New England Patriots: Janoris Jenkins, CB, Northern Alabama

    Jenkins is a supremely talented corner with character concerns. Perhaps the "Patriot way" will straighten him out. 

     

    34. Buffalo Bills: Rueben Randle, WR, LSU

    Raw route runner with a lot of upside; good fit in the Bills offense.

     

    35. Cincinnati Bengals: Alshon Jeffery, WR, South Carolina

    Alshon has some character questions, but that has not stopped the Bengals in the past. 

     

    36. San Francisco 49ers: Kevin Zeitler, G, Wisconsin

    The Niners are able to fill their biggest need at right guard without having to reach.

     

    37. Cleveland Browns: Coby Fleener, TE, Stanford

    Somehow, the most explosive tight end in the draft falls to the weapons-needy Browns in the second round. 

     

    38. Arizona Cardinals: Whitney Mercilus, DE, Illonis

    Mercilus has too much natural ability to pass up at this point in the draft. 

     

    39. Tennessee Titans: Jerel Worthy, DT, Michigan State

    This is great value for a team that needs some new blood along their defensive line, especially after losing Jason Jones to free agency. 

     

    40. Dallas Cowboys: Brandon Thompson, DT, Clemson

    Thompson will be able to step in and fill the Cowboys' need as a 5-technique defensive end, or even perhaps give Jay Ratliff some rest at nose tackle. 

     

    41. Washington Redskins: Brandon Weeden, QB, Oklahoma State

    Remember, in this mock, RGIII is not a Redskin; Mike Shanahan cannot survive another season with Rex Grossman at the helm.

     

    42. Houston Texans: Bobbie Massie, OT, Ole Miss

    The Texans need to find a replacement for Eric Winston, and Massie can play right away on the right side. 

     

    43. Minnesota Vikings: Josh Robinson, CB, Central Florida

    On draft day, Robinson may sneak into the first round, and the Vikings need a ton of help at corner. 

     

    44. Detroit Lions: Mike Adams, OT, Ohio State

    Adams will slide on draft day because he tested positive for marijuana at the combine, but he still has first-round talent.

     

    45. Denver Broncos: Kendall Reyes, DT, Connecuit

    The Broncos need a lot of help at defensive tackle. Reyes may not come from a big football school, but he has big-time upside and athleticism.

     

    46. Denver Broncos: Lavonte David, LB, Nebraska

    A solid, physical player who will solidify the Broncos linebacking corps. 

     

    47. St. Louis Rams: Brian Quick, WR, Appalachian State

    Quick is a very raw prospect that has a lot of physical tools to work with. He can step immediately and be a great red-zone threat.

     

    48. Oakland Raiders: Andre Branch, DE/OLB, Clemson

    As they move to a 3-4 defense, the Raiders need to find a pass-rusher to replace Kamerion Wimbley.

Round 2 (Picks 49 to 64)

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    49. Indianapolis Colts: Jared Crick, DE, Nebraska

    Crick is an ideal fit as a 3-4 defensive end as the Colts begin to rebuild their defense.

     

    50. San Diego Chargers: Brandon Brooks, G, Miami (Ohio)

    The Chargers need someone to fill the void left by Kris Dielman's retirement.  

     

    51. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Jayron Hosley, CB, Virginia Tech

    Hosley is an instinctual ball hawk and an ideal zone corner that would be a great fit in the Bucs' secondary. 

     

    52. New York Giants: Lamar Miller, RB, Miami

    With Brandon Jacobs out of the picture, the Giants need a compliment to Ahmad Bradshaw. Miller is borderline first-round talent; to get him at this point of the draft is a steal. 

     

    53. Chicago Bears: Stephen Hill, WR, Georgia Tech

    Adding Brandon Marshall certainly adds talent to the depth chart, but he is not a deep threat, which is where Hill comes in. 

     

    54. Philadelphia Eagles: Ronnell Lewis, OLB, Oklahoma

    Even after adding DeMeco Ryans, the Eagles linebacking corps could still use more talent. 

     

    55. Kansas City Chiefs: Kevin Zeitler: OG, Florida State

    Adding one more piece to a much-improved offensive line would give Matt Cassel all the tools he will ever need in a make-or-break year. 

     

    56. New England Patriots: Vinny Curry, DE/OLB, Marshall

    More pass rush help for a defense that will be trying to replace its top two defensive ends from 2011. 

     

    57. Detroit Lions: Brandon Boykin, CB, Georgia

    Adding another potential starter at corner in Boykin could put the Lions defense over the top. 

     

    58. Baltimore Ravens: Harrison Smith, FS, Notre Dame

    Ed Reed is not going to be around forever; Smith can start his career by learning from the best to ever play the game. 

     

    59. Cleveland Browns:Chris Polk, RB, Washington

    The Browns proved last year that they were virtually unable to move the ball without a consistent presence at the running back position. 

     

    60. Houston Texans: Mohamed Sanu, WR, Rutgers

    Sanu is a high-scharacter guy that would be a perfect compliment to Andre Johnson and can do a lot of things out of the slot. 

     

    61. San Diego Chargers: Josh Chapman, DT, Alabama

    They were able to bring back Antonio Garay, but he had a down year in 2011. Chapman would give Garay some added rest and the Chargers some insurance if Garay does not improve. 

     

    62. Miami Dolphins: Dwayne Allen, TE, Clemson

    If the Dolphins plan on starting Ryan Tannehill in year one, it would be wise to surround him with as many weapons as possible. 

     

    63. Pittsburgh Steelers: Almameda Ta'amu, DT, Washington

    Casey Hampton only has a few years left, and the Steelers love to fill their holes before before they open. 

     

    64. Green Bay Packers: Bruce Irvin, DE, West Virginia

    Even though the Packers already filled this need in the first round, Irvin provides too much value at this spot to pass up. 

Round 3

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    65 Carolina Panthers  Alfonzo Dennard  CB  Nebraska 
    66  Cincinnati Bengals  Orson Charles TE  Georgia 
    67  Denver Broncos  Trumaine Johnson CB  Montana 
    68  Buffalo Bills  Nick Toon   WR  Wisconsin 
    69  Arizona Cardinals  Josh Norman CB  Costal Carolina 
    70  Kansas City Chiefs  Jamell Fleming CB  Oklahoma 
    71  Dallas Cowboys  Kelechi Osemele  OG Iowa State 
    72  New Orleans Saints  Mychal Kendricks OLB  Cal 
    73  New England Patriots  Ben Jones Georgia 
    74  New England Patriots  Antonio Allen South Carolina 
    75  Seattle Seahawks  Zach Brown OLB  North Carolina 
    76  Jacksonville Jaguars  Cam Johnson DE  Virginia 
    77  Tennessee Titans  Brandon Washington OG  Miami 
    78  St. Louis Rams  Tommy Streeter WR  Miami 
    79  Washington Redskins  Marvin McNutt WR  Iowa 
    80  San Francisco 49ers  Dwight Bentley CB  Louisiana Lafayette 
    81  Oakland Raiders  Chase Minnifield  CB  Virginia 
    82  San Diego Chargers  Bernard Pierce RB Temple 
    83  New York Giants  Nate Potter OT  Boise State 
    84  Tampa Bay Buccaneers  Keenan Robinson  ILB  Texas 
    85  Baltimore Ravens  Dontay Moch DE  Nevada 
    86  Kansas City Chiefs  Ryan Broyles WR  Oklahoma 
    87 Indianapolis Colts  Philip Blake  OC  Baylor 
    88 New Orleans Saints  Sean Spence OLB  Miami 
    89 San Diego Chargers  Terrell Manning OLB  NC State 
    90  Philadelphia Eagles  Senio Kelemete OG  Washington 
    91  Atlanta Falcons  Ladarius Green TE  Louisana-Lafayette 
    92  Oakland Raiders  A.J. Jenkins WR  Illonis 
    93  Chicago Bears  Kirk Cousins QB  Michigan State 
    94  New York Jets  LaMichael James RB  Oregon 
    95  Pittsburgh Steelers  Leonard Johnson  CB Iowa State 
    96  Green Bay Packers  Robert TUrbin RB  Utah State 
    97  Carolina Panthers  Marvin McNutt WR   Iowa

Round 4

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    98 Carolina Panthers Casey Hayward  CB  Vanderbuilt 
    99 Seattle Seahawks  Eric Page WR  Toledo 
    100 Buffalo Bills  Billy Winn DT  Boise State 
    101 Cincinnati Bengals  Chris Givens  WR Wake Forest 
    102 Cleveland Browns  Mike Martin DT  Michigan 
    103 Arizona Cardinals  Jonathan Massaquoi DE  Troy 
    104 Tampa Bay Buccaneers  Keith Tandy CB  West Virginia 
    105 Washington Redskins  Ryan Miller OG  Colorado 
    106 Minnesota Vikings  Marvin Jones WR  Cal 
    107 Seattle Seahawks  Ronnie Hillman RB  San Diego State 
    108 Denver Broncos  Nigel Bradham ILB  Florida State 
    109 Tennessee Titans  Marcus Forston DT  Miami 
    110 Dallas Cowboys  Derek Wolfe DT  Cincinatti 
    111 Miami Dolphins  Tyrone Crawford DE  Boise State 
    112  St. Louis Rams  Jeff Fuller WR  Texas A&M 
    113  Oakland Raiders  David Molk Michigan 
    114 Jacksonville Jaguars  Coryell Judie CB  Texas A&M 
    115 San Francisco 49ers  Duke Ihenacho San Jose State 
    116 Philadelphia Eagles  Russel Wilson QB  Wisconsin 
    117 New York Giants Janzen Jackson McNeese State 
    118 Kansas City Chiefs  Brandon Taylor LSU 
    119 Indianapolis Colts  DeQuan Menzie CB  Alabama 
    120 Philadelphia Eagles  Mike Brewster Ohio State 
    121 Jacksonville Jaguars  Matt McCants OT  Alabama, Birmingham 
    122 Buffalo Bills  Brandon Lindsey DE  Pittsburgh 
    123 Baltimore Ravens  DeVier Posey WR  Ohio State 
    124 Cleveland Browns  Frank Alexander DE  Oklahoma 
    125 Oakland Raiders  Akiem Hicks DT  Regina 
    126 New York Jets  Bobby Wagner  ILB Utah State 
    127 Houston Texans  Michael Egnew TE  Missouri 
    128 Pittsburgh Steelers  Travis Lewis OLB  Oklahoma 
    129 Denver Broncos  George Iloka Boise State 
    130 Tennessee Titans  T.Y. Hilton WR  Florida International 
    131 Green Bay Packers Oliver Vernon DE  Miami 


Round 5

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    132 Carolina Panthers Joe Adams WR Arkansas
    133 Buffalo Bills Brock Osweiler QB Arizona State
    134 Cincinnati Bengals Kheeston Randall DT Texas
    135 Kansas City Chiefs Audie Cole ILB NC State
    136 Arizona Cardinals Greg Childs WR Arkansas
    137 Cleveland Browns Trenton Robinson S Michigan State
    138 New England Patriots Jake Bequette DE Arkansas
    139 Minnesota Vikings Markelle Martin S Oklahoma State
    140 Kansas City Chiefs Nick Foles QB Arizona
    141 Green Bay Packers Tank Carder OLB TCU
    142 Tennessee Titans Joe Adams WR Arkansas
    143 Dallas Cowboys Shaun Prater CB Iowa
    144 Houston Texans Matt Conrath DE Virginia
    145 Atlanta Falcons Cliff Harris CB Oregon
    146 Washington Redskins Malik Jackson DE Tennessee
    147 Jacksonville Jaguars Isiah Pead RB Cincinnati
    148 Oakland Raiders Trevin Wade CB Arizona
    149 Philadelphia Eagles Donnie Fletcher CB Boston College
    150 Cleveland Browns Mitchell Schwartz OT Cal
    151 Tampa Bay Buccaneers DeAngelo Peterson TE LSU
    152 Houston Texans Cyrus Gray RB Texas A&M
    153 New York Jets Jarrett Boykin WR Virginia Tech
    154 Seattle Seahawks Trevin Wade CB Arizona
    155 Washington Redskins Levy Adcock OT Oklahoma State
    156 Seattle Seahawks Danny Coale WR Virginia Tech
    157 Detroit Lions Neiko Thorpe CB Auburn
    158 St. Louis Rams Kyle Wilber DE Wake Forest
    159 New England Patriots Darron Thomas QB Oregon
    160 Chicago Bears Toy Dye S UCLA
    161 Philadelphia Eagles Matt Daniels S Duke
    162 Pittsburgh Steelers Terrance Ganaway FB Baylor
    163 San Francisco 49ers Aaron Henry S Wisconsin
    164 Baltimore Ravens Lucas Nix OT Pittsburgh
    166 Baltimore Ravens Phillip Thomas S Syracuse

Round 6

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    166 Carolina Panthers Aaron Henry  Wisconsin 
    167 Cincinnati Bengals  D.J. Woods WR  Cincinnati 
    168 Minnesota Vikings  Brandon Mosley OT   Auburn 
    169 Buffalo Bills  Eddie Whitley Virginia Tech 
    170 Minnesota Vikings  Tom Compton OT  South Dakota 
    171 Arizona Cardinals  Christian Thompson South Carolina State 
    172 Minnesota Vikings  Rhett Ellison TE  USC 
    173 Seattle Seahawks  Tim Fugger DE  Vanderbuilt 
    174 Miami Dolphins  Jack Crawford DE  Penn State 
    175 Tennessee Titans  Edwin Baker RB  Michigan State 
    176 Dallas Cowboys  Brian Peters Northwestern 
    177 Washington Redskins  Case Keenum QB  Houston 
    178 Washington Redskins  Drake Dunsmore TE  Northwestern 
    179 Green Bay Packers  William Vlachos OC  Alabama 
    180 Baltimore Ravens  Micah Pellerin CB  Hampton 
    181 Oakland Raiders  Donte Paige-Moss DE  North Carolina 
    182 San Francisco 49ers  Jordan White WR  Western Michigan 
    183 San Diego Chargers  G.J. Kinne QB   Tulsa 
    184 Arizona Cardinals  Chris Rainey RB Florida 
    185 New York Giants  Sammy Brown OLB  Houston 
    186 Green Bay Packers  DaJohn Harris DT  USC 
    187 Tampa Bay Buccaneers  Grant Garner OC  Oklahoma State 
    188 Indianapolis Colts  Vick Ballard TE  Mississippi State 
    189 Denver Broncos  Tauren Poole RB  Tennessee 
    190 San Francisco 49ers  Tyler Nielsen OLB  Iowa 
    191 Philadelphia Eagles  Brian Linthicum TE  Michigan State 
    192 Atlanta Falcons  Charles Brown CB  UNC 
    193 Philadelphia Eagles  Winston Guy Kentucky 
    194 New England Patriots  Vick Ballard RB  Mississippi State 
    195 Chicago Bears  Jeremy Ebert WR  Northwestern 
    196 Pittsburgh Steelers  Ryan Steed CB  Furman 
    197 Green Bay Packers  Blake Gideon Texas 
    198 New York Giants  Logan Harrell  DT   Fresno State
    199 Kansas City Chiefs  Miles Burris ILB   San Diego State 
    200 Minnesota Vikings Rishaw Johnson OG  California (PA) 
    201 San Diego Chargers  Garth Gerhart Arizona State 
    202 New York Giants  David Paulson TE  Oregon 
    203 Carolina Panthers  Coty Sensabaugh CB   Clemson

Round 7

40 of 40
    204 Denver Broncos  Josh Bush Wake Forest
    205 Seattle Seahawks  Broderick Green FB  Arkansas 
    206 Buffalo Bills  Marcel Jones OT  Nebraska 
    207 Cincinnati Bengals  Markus Zusevics OT  Iowa 
    208 New York Jets  Isiah Frey CB  Nevada 
    209 Detroit Lions  Rishard Matthews WR  Nevada 
    210 Atlanta Falcons  James Hanna TE  Oklahoma 
    211 San Francisco 49ers Cordarro Law DE  Southern Miss 
    212 Tennessee Titans Danny Trevathan ILB  Kentucky 
    213 Washington Redskins  Jeff Allen OT Illinois 
    214 Houston Texans  Jason Slowey OG  Western Oregon 
    215 Minnesota Vikings  James-Michael Johnson ILB  Nevada 
    216 St. Louis Rams  Asa Jackson CB  Cal Poly 
    217 Washington Redskins  Taveon Rogers WR  New Mexico State 
    219 New England Patriots  Jacquies Smith OLB  Missouri 
    220 Dallas Cowboys  DeAngelo Tyson DE  Georgia 
    221 New York Giants  Austin Pasztor OG  Virginia 
    222 Tampa Bay Buccaneers  Zach Collaros QB  Cincinnati 
    223 Kansas City Chiefs  Bradley Sowell OT  Ole Miss 
    224 Washington Redskins  Tony Bergstrom OT  Utah 
    225 Baltimore Ravens Chris Gallppo ILB  USC 
    226 New Orleans Saints  Danny Hrapmann Southern Miss 
    227 New York Jets  Kyle Martens PT  Rice 
    228 St. Louis Rams  Lance Dunbar RB  North Texas 
    229 St. Louis Rams  Brandon Hardin CB  Oregon State 
    230 Atlanta Falcons  Bryce Brown RB  Kansas State 
    231 Miami Dolphins  Josh Kaddu OLB  Oregon 
    232 Pittsburgh Steelers  Blair Walsh Georgia 
    233 Green Bay Packers  Matt Reynolds OT  BYU 
    234 San Diego Chargers  Marcus Dowtin ILB  Northern Alabama 
    235 Miami Dolphins  Davin Meggett RB  Maryland 
    236 Minnesota Vikings  Mark Asper  OT Oregon 
    237 Philadelphia Eagles  Ben Burkett Northwestern 
    238 Tampa Bay Bay Buccaneers  Brandon Bolden  RB Ole Miss 
    239 San Francisco 49ers  Scott Wedgie Northern Illinois 
    240 Philadelphia Eagles  D.J. Holt ILB  Cal 
    241 Oakland Raiders  Darius Fleming OLB  Notre Dame 
    242 Seattle Seahawks  Alfred McCullough OG  Alabama 
    243 New Orleans Saints  Chandler Harnish QB  Northern Illinois 
    244 Carolina Panthers  James Wilson OG  Florida 
    245 Buffalo Bills  Tydreke Powell DT  UNC 
    246 Cincinnati Bengals  Demario Davis ILB  Arkansas State 
    247 Denver Broncos Toney Clemons WR  Colorado 
    248 Cleveland Browns  Bryan Anger P Cal 
    249 Arizona Cardinals  B.J. Coleman QB Tennessee-Chattanooga 
    250 San Francisco 49ers  Joseph Nicolas Miami 
    251 Tennessee Titans  Justin Francis DE  Rutgers 
    252 Dallas Cowboys  Rodney McLeod Virginia 
    253 Washington Redskins  Eddie Pleasant Oregon 
    254 Houston Texans  Chad Diehl FB  Clemson 

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