Redrafting the 2012 NFL Draft

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Redrafting the 2012 NFL Draft
Joe Nicholson-US PRESSWIRE

Despite spending thousands of hours grading every prospect entering the draft each year, no one truly knows how each player will pan out until he puts the pads on and starts playing against NFL veterans. 

With hindsight being 20/20, there are GMs around the league that are kicking themselves for the mistakes they made in the draft. 

In this two-round redraft, the players are not evaluated just on their production in the NFL alone. While their performance over the last few weeks will have significant weight, someone like Michael Brockers is not going to go undrafted just because he's been dealing with a nagging ankle injury. 

In other words, both NFL production and potential will be weighed equally.

For the sake of simplicity, draft positions are based on the final order after the draft was completed. Here is a two-round redraft of the 2012 draft.

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