2012 NFL Draft Grades: 10 Grades Other Experts Are Wrong About

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2012 NFL Draft Grades: 10 Grades Other Experts Are Wrong About
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This time of year, almost all of us who follow the draft spend time after the draft’s conclusion grading each team’s selections. Some may call it a fickle exercise to grade drafts before the players ever step on an NFL field, but it has become a common practice among draft experts.

Many well-known draft analysts have published their own full set of grades, and among all of them, there are certainly grades that I do not agree with. For this slideshow, I have focused on five of the most well-known analysts to publish sets of grades: ESPN’s Mel Kiper Jr., National Football Post, CBS Sports’ Pete Prisco, Sports Illustrated’s Chris Burke and Bleacher Report’s own Matt Miller.

I have a great deal of respect for all of these draft analysts, but we can all certainly have disagreements of opinion. I highlighted two grades in which I thought each expert really went wrong.

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