2012 NFL Mock Draft: A Look at the Complete First Round

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2012 NFL Mock Draft: A Look at the Complete First Round
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The NFL regular season is rapidly coming to a close, meaning the majority of NFL teams need to start focusing on the NFL draft. The upcoming draft has a lot potential stars who are capable of coming in and making an instant impact.

Stanford's Andrew Luck is the top overall prospect, and is a lock to be the first player selected. Many feel Luck is a can't-miss prospect who will quickly become an NFL star.

However, Luck isn't the only quarterback with star potential.

This quarterback class could also feature USC's Matt Barkley, Baylor's Robert Griffin III and Oklahoma's Landry Jones. Each of these quarterbacks have the potential to develop into franchise quarterbacks. Luck still appears a notch head of the rest of the class, though.

The quarterback position isn't the only one possessing talented players. Offensive tackle also has two players who could find themselves selected in the Top Five. Stanford's Jonathan Martin and USC's Matt Kalil could develop into All-Pro tackles.

Defensively the cornerback position has a lot of talented players. LSU's Morris Claiborne is at the top of the class, and will likely come off the board in the Top 10.

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