Found April 26, 2012 on Philly Sports Live:
1 Andrew Luck QB Colts 2 Robert Griffin III QB Redskins 3 Trent Richardson RB Browns 4 Matt Kalil OT Vikings 5 Justin Blackmon WR Jaguars 6 Morris Claiborne DB Cowboys 7 Mark Barron S Buccaneers 8 Ryan Tannehill QB Dolphins 9 Luke Kuechly ILB Panthers 10 Stephon Gilmore DB Bills 11 Dontari Poe DT Chiefs 12 Fletcher Cox DT Eagles  13 Michael Floyd WR Cardinals 14 Michael Brockers DT Rams 15 Bruce Irvin OLB Seahawks 16 Quinton Coples DE Jets 17 Dre Kirkpatrick DB Bengals 18 Melvin Ingram DE Chargers 19 Shea McClellin OLB Bears 20 Kendall Wright WR Titans 21 Chandler Jones DE Patriots 22 Brandon Weeden QB Browns 23 Riley Reiff OT Lions 93 24 David DeCastro OG Steelers 25 Dont’a Hightower ILB Patriots 26 Whitney Mercilus DE Texans 27 Kevin Zeitler OG Bengals 28 Nick Perry DE Packers 29 Harrison Smith S Vikings 30 A.j. Jenkins WR 49ers 31 Doug Martin RB Buccaneers 32 David Wilson RB Giants
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