From the very early stages of the first round to the bottom of the final round, every single NFL draft pick comes into the league with a myriad of different questions.
The more questions the player has, the more of a chance he is going to become a bust. The less questions that a prospect has, the more of an opportunity he is going to have to stick in the NFL.
It is a pure math game.
It does seem that the 2012 NFL draft class has more questions than in the past. This is probably due to the lack of "elite" talent available on the board and the number of solid prospects that spanned into the middle rounds.
Is Andrew Luck going to take the torch from Peyton Manning and run with it? Will Robert Griffin III suffer the same fate as so many No. 2 overall picks at the quarterback position before him? Is Jim Brown right about Trent Richardson?
This article will answer those questions and many more, in regard to each first-round pick from the 2012 NFL draft as they enter their rookie seasons.