Picked by: Pittsburgh Steelers, No. 56 overall
One of the more polarizing figures of the 2012 draft was Mike Adams out of Ohio State.
The big offensive lineman possesses incredible measurables at the offensive tackle position, but he was inconsistent during college. At one point, however, he was in the first-round discussion. He wound up falling all the way to the back of the second round.
The Steelers seemed to have lucked into two great starters—David DeCastro fell into their laps in the first round—but it did not work out that way for them last season. DeCastro tore his ACL before the season started, and Adams was a disappointment.
Adams came off the bench to start the season before becoming a starter in Week 5, allowing seven sacks at right tackle through eight real games of action before finishing the year on the injured list.