NFL Draft 2012: Biggest Steals of the Second Round

NFL Draft 365Official AccountApril 27, 2012

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The first steal in the second round came as the Buffalo Bills selected Cordy Glenn, offensive tackle, from Georgia. Glenn was a projected first round pick, so Buffalo’s ability to grab him with the 41st pick is a major boon for the organization. 

Similarly, wide receiver Stephen Hill from Georgia Tech was another first round projection by Matt Miller, but dropped to 43rdto the New York after the Jets traded with Seattle to move up on the board. Hill is a big and physical wideout, who can also block downfield.

Prior to the draft, Matt Miller viewed Alshon Jeffery as the No. 7 overall player in the entire 2012 draft, so St. Louis was very fortunate to have the South Carolina wideout land in its lap. Jeffery has huge upside and tremendous athletic ability at the wide receiver positions. 

Stayed tuned all weekend as Bleacher Report provides wall-to-wall coverage of the 2012 NFL Draft. Bleacher Report Draft Expert Matt Miller is live at Radio City Music Hall with all the news and analysis. 

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Cordy Glenn NFL Player Comparison Video


Stephen Hill NFL Player Comparison Video


Alshon Jeffrey NFL Player Comparison Video



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