It is generally understood in draft circles that Andrew Luck of Stanford is not only the best player in the 2012 NFL draft class, but the best player from the last 10-25 years of draft classes. If Luck is the consensus No. 1 overall player, who is No. 2?
There is no consensus, and even on my big board the spot at No. 2 has been a revolving door. Vontaze Burfict made an appearance, as have Alshon Jeffery and Matt Kalil. It should come as no surprise then that this week there is a new No. 2 overall player.
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