NFL Draft Order 2012: Full List of Selections for Rounds 2 - 3

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NFL Draft Order 2012: Full List of Selections for Rounds 2 - 3
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The Colts now have both Andrew Luck (R) and Coby Fleener (L).

The second day of the NFL draft is over. The second and third rounds are both in the books, and a total of nearly 100 picks have been made.

The second day of the draft didn't quite match the energy of the first, but there were plenty of intriguing picks made throughout the four or so hours it took to complete both rounds.

If you missed any picks, scroll down for a complete list of all the picks that were made in Round 2 and 3.

 

Round 2

1 (33). St. Louis Rams: Brian Quick, WR, Appalachian State

2 (34). Indianapolis ColtsCoby Fleener, TE, Stanford

3 (35). Baltimore Ravens (from Minnesota): Courtney Upshaw, OLB, Alabama

4 (36). Denver Broncos (from Tampa Bay): Derek Wolfe, DT, Cincinnati

5 (37). Cleveland BrownsMitchell Schwartz, OT, Cal

6 (38). Jacksonville JaguarsAndre Branch, DE, Clemson

7 (39). St. Louis Rams (from Washington): Janoris Jenkins, CB, North Alabama

8 (40). Carolina PanthersAmini Silatolu, OG, Midwestern State

9 (41). Buffalo BillsCordy Glenn, OT, Georgia

10 (42). Miami Dolphins: Jonathan Martin, OT, Stanford

11 (43). New York Jets (from Seattle Seahawks): Stephen Hill, WR, Georgia Tech

12 (44). Kansas City Chiefs: Jeff Allen, OG, Illinois

13 (45). Chicago Bears (from St. Louis Rams via Dallas Cowboys): Alshon Jeffery, WR, South Carolina

14 (46). Philadelphia Eagles: Mychal Kendricks, ILB, Cal

15 (47). Seattle Seahawks (from New York Jets): Bobby Wagner, ILB, Utah State

16 (48). New England Patriots (from Oakland): Tavon Wilson, S, Illinois

17 (49). San Diego ChargersKendall Reyes, DT, UConn

18 (50). St. Louis Rams (from Chicago Bears): Isaiah Pead, RB, Cincinnati 

19 (51). Green Bay Packers (from Philadelphia Eagles via Arizona): Jerel Worthy, DT, Michigan State

20 (52). Tennessee Titans: Zach Brown, OLB, North Carolina

21 (53). Cincinnati BengalsDevon Still, DT, Penn State

22 (54). Detroit LionsRyan Broyles, WR, Oklahoma

23 (55). Atlanta FalconsPeter Konz, OG, Wisconsin

24 (56). Pittsburgh SteelersMike Adams, OT, Ohio State

25 (57). Denver Broncos: Brock Osweiler, QB, Arizona State

26 (58). Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Houston Texans): LaVonte David, OLB, Nebraska

27 (59). Philadelphia Eagles (from Green Bay Packers): Vinny Curry, DE, Marshall

28 (60). Baltimore Ravens: Kelechi Osemele, OG, Iowa State

29 (61). San Francisco 49ers: LaMichael James, RB, Oregon

30 (62). Green Bay Packers (from New England Patriots): Casey Hayward, CB, Vanderbilt

31 (63). New York GiantsRueben Randle, WR, LSU

 

As you can see, plenty of big names went in the second round. A good percentage of the players who got drafted in the second round were players we thought were going to get drafted in the first round, including guys like Coby Fleener, Janoris Jenkins, Cordy Glenn, Jonathan Martin and Stephen Hill.

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Other standouts in the second round included college stars LaMichael James and Ryan Broyles, who I figured would come off the board much later due to the torn ACL he suffered late in the 2011 season. 

The most intriguing pick of the second round had to be the Broncos taking Brock Osweiler. He's a project, but he's going to be able to back up Peyton Manning for several seasons. He's going to learn a lot.

 

Round 3

1 (64). Indianapolis Colts: Dwayne Allen, TE, Clemson

2 (65). St. Louis Rams: Trumaine Johnson, CB, Montana

3 (66). Minnesota Vikings: Josh Robinson, CB, Central Florida

4 (67). Denver Broncos (from Cleveland Browns): Ronnie Hillman, RB, San Diego State

5 (68). Houston Texans (from Tampa Bay Buccaneers): Devier Posey, WR, Ohio State

6 (69). Buffalo Bills (from Washington Redskins): T.J. Graham, WR, NC State

7 (70). Jacksonville Jaguars: Bryan Anger, P, Cal

8 (71). Washington Redskins (from Buffalo Bills): Josh Leribeus, OG, SMU

9 (72). Miami Dolphins: Olivier Vernon, DE, Miami

10 (73). San Diego Chargers (from Miami Dolphins, via Carolina Panthers, via Chicago Bears): Brandon Taylor, S, LSU

11 (74). Kansas City Chiefs: Donald Stephenson, OT, Oklahoma

12 (75). Seattle Seahawks: Russell Wilson, QB, Wisconsin

13 (76). Houston Texans (from Philadelphia Eagles): Brandon Brooks, OG, Miami (OH)

14 (77). New York Jets: Demario Davis, OLB, Arkansas state

15 (78). Miami Dolphins (from San Diego Chargers): Michael Egnew, TE, Missouri

16 (79). Chicago Bears: Brandon Hardin, S, Oregon State

17 (80). Arizona Cardinals: Jamell Fleming, CB, Oklahoma

18 (81). Dallas Cowboys: Tyrone Crawford, DE, Boise State

19 (82). Tennessee Titans: Mike Martin, DT, Michigan

20 (83). Cincinnati Bengals: Mohamed Sanu, WR, Rutgers

21 (84). Baltimore Ravens (from Atlanta Falcons): Bernard Pierce, RB, Temple

22 (85). Detroit Lions: Dwight Bentley, CB, Louisiana Lafayette 

23 (86). Pittsburgh Steelers: Sean Spence, OLB, Miami

24 (87). Cleveland Browns (from Denver Broncos): John Hughes, DT, Cincinnati

25 (88). Philadelphia Eagles (from Houston Texans): Nick Foles, QB, Arizona

26 (89). New Orleans Saints: Akiem Hicks, DT, Regina

27 (90). New England Patriots (from Green Bay Packers): Jake Bequette, DE, Arkansas

28 (91). Atlanta Falcons (from Baltimore Ravens): Lamar Holmes, OT, Southern Mississippi

29 (92). Indianapolis Colts (from San Francisco 49ers): T.Y. Hilton, WR, Florida International

30 (93). Cincinnati Bengals (from New England Patriots): Brandon Thompson, DT, Clemson 

31 (94). New York Giants: Jayron Hosley, CB, Virginia Tech

32 (95). Oakland Raiders (compensatory selection): Tony Bergstrom, OT, Utah

 

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The big name in the third round was Russell Wilson, who went 75th overall to the Seattle Seahawks. It will be very interesting to see how the Seahawks use him, as they also have Tarvaris Jackson and Matt Flynn on their roster. 

The most surprising pick had to be the Jaguars using the No. 70 overall pick on Bryan Anger, a punter out of Cal. He's a great punter, but you just don't typically see punters go that early.

You have to feel for Mohamed Sanu. Thanks to a crank caller (see ESPN.com), Sanu thought he was going to be drafted in the first round by the Cincinnati Bengals on Thursday night. Instead, he ended up going No. 83 overall.

Ironically, he still ended up on the Bengals.

 

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