The 2011 NFL Draft will be remembered for the stars selected in the first round, as some will undoubtedly become franchise players in the next couple of years.
While the early picks receive all the hype and fan fare, it's the middle and late rounds which ultimately determine wins and losses, and separate promotions from firings in the front offices around the league.
Finding starters on Day 3 (rounds 4-7) requires the ability to scout for hidden gems, to find which guys with some physical flaws may be the best fits for specific systems, which physically gifted players can learn to translate their abilities into football skills and which players have the heart and desire to continue to improve at the next level and earn starting roles.
I'm not here to go over which teams excelled on the final day. Instead, it's time to look at which teams squandered the most opportunities. Let's go...