Found December 28, 2012 on New NFL Draft:
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NFL Mock Draft Recently declared underclassmen as of 12/27/12DeAndre Coleman, DT, Cal-6’4”, 305 lbs.-Interesting decision here, as Coleman has only been a full time starter for one year.  With only three sacks this season and five for his career, Coleman isn’t going to be a head turner.  He is fairly explosive and has plenty of experience as 5 technique end.  With little depth in the latter rounds, Coleman will be drafted.  ROUND:5-6Tyler Eifert, TE, Notre Dame-6’5”, 250 lbs.-Eifert is the consensus #1 TE in the draft.  Excelling at both blocking and receiving, he’s sure to be a first round pick.  ROUND:1Tony Jefferson, CB/FS, Oklahoma-5’11”, 205 lbs.-A superb blitzer and playmaker, Jefferson will draw some attention if he can get his 40 under 4.40.  Although very physical and recognizant, Jefferson needs to work on his technique, especially in coverage.  It’s also rumored he is simply declaring to follow his close friend, Kenny Stills.  One more year may have elevated him to the fi
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