The 2011 NFL Draft was one filled with surprise, big board free-falls and extremely head-scratching reaches.
Reaches normally occur most frequently during Round 1, and this was no exception.
Throughout the entire first round, teams continued to make one reach after another.
So what were the biggest reaches of the whole draft?
Let's find out.
It's rare that the first overall pick of the draft can be considered a reach, but that was the case this year.
Cam Newton was not a top-10 prospect on most people's boards, yet the Panthers made him the first overall pick of the entire draft.
Quite a risky pick, but the sky's the limit for this kid.
Picking 26th overall due to the fact that the Baltimore Ravens exceeded the time limit on their pick, the Kansas City Chiefs made one of the biggest reaches of the first round.
The Chiefs needed another receiver to play across from Dwayne Bowe, and they got that.
I'm not going to say this was a horrible pick, but it was certainly a reach.
I can't think of one mock draft that had Baldwin going in the first round, and just about everybody agreed he was a second-round pick.
Even Titus Young, who was also a second-round prospect, would have been a better pick here.
I love Jake Locker, and I think he'll be a fantastic NFL player.
But that doesn't mean he wasn't a reach.
He was ranked somewhere from three to five on most people's quarterback rankings, and I can't think of a person who had him ranked above Blaine Gabbert.
Yet, with the eighth overall pick, Tennessee passed on Gabbert as their new franchise QB. They instead took Locker, who was thought of by most as a fringe first-round pick.
After seeing three quarterbacks go in the top 10, the Minnesota Vikings panicked and reached by about a full round for Christian Ponder.
Players such as Nick Fairley and Prince Amukamara were still on the board when the Vikings made this pick.
At least this most likely means Brett Favre is officially done.
With the 25th overall pick of the draft, the Seattle Seahawks shocked the world.
They used that pick to select Alabama OG/T James Carpenter, who was thought of by most as a late second-round to early third-round pick.
What made this pick even more alarming was the fact that much better offensive linemen, including Gabe Carimi and Derek Sherrod, were still on the board.
Just a puzzling, puzzling pick.