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Spenser Cramer’s 2012 NFL Draft Top 100 Big Board Andrew Luck, QB, Stanford Matt Kalil, OT, USC Robert Griffin, QB, Baylor Trent Richardson, RB, Alabama Morris Claiborne, CB, LSU Justin Blackmon, WR, Oklahoma State Riley Reiff, OT, Iowa Melvin Ingram, DE, South Carolina Luke Kuechly, ILB, Boston College Michael Floyd, WR, Notre Dame David DeCastro, [...]Thanks for reading. Spensers 2012 NFL Draft Top 100 | Big Board is a post from 2012 NFL Mock Draft | New NFL Draft
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Barring the Colts unexpectedly taking Robert Griffin III with the #1 overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft (although many scouts and front office people think that may be the better decision), Andrew Luck will be the pick. We've already seen a ton of highlights of the Stanford product, and that will only increase over the next few weeks as we approach April 26th, the date for the...
The NFL Draft is this month and we'll finally know where everyone is going to land. Until then, we just have Mock Drafts to guess where players where land. Here's a look at the First Ten Picks. #1 Indianapolis - Andrew Luck QB Stanford. The Colts will take the QB that will lead their team
Top Indianapolis Colts officials traveled to Northern California on Monday to conduct a private workout with former Standford quarterback Andrew Luck on Tuesday, according to the Indianapolis Star.Colts owner Jim Irsay tweeted Monday staff members "were flying to Stanford 2c u know who!" The Colts, who will pick first in the upcoming draft, attended Stanford's pro day...
The quest to be the number one overall pick is still a tight race. Some experts have the Colts taking Stanford’s Andrew Luck, whole some have the new face of the franchise coming from Baylor in Robert Griffin the third.
But things may have just changed. A tweet sent out by Jim Irsay this morning indicates that the Colts are bringing in Andrew Luck to a formal private workout this...
So we all know the Colts are most likely drafting Stanford QB Andrew Luck. According to this tweet sent out by owner Jim Irsay they wanted to make the process as fair as possible and give Baylor QB RG3 a private workout to see what he's got. RG3's agent denied the private workout, and that says a lot about where his head is at. Washington. The Colts have no defense...
With all attention focused on the battle to replace Andrew Luck, it can be easy to forget that Stanford has to replace a lot of key starters in other areas. Nowhere is that need bigger, literally and figuratively, than on the offensive line, which has to replace two first-round draft picks in Jonathan Martin and David DeCastro.
1. Indianapolis Colts – QB Andrew Luck, Stanford
No one is buying owner Robert Irsay’s claim that the Colts are still undecided about who to select with the first pick overall. Indy has cleaned house and will rebuild with the obvious selection as their cornerstone. A white and blue “12” jersey is waiting for Luck.
2. Washington Redskins – QB Robert Griffin III
1-Indianapolis-Andrew Luck, QB Stanford 2-Washington(from St. Louis)-Robert Griffin III, QB Baylor 3-Minnesota-Matt Kalil, OT USC 4-Cleveland-Ryan Tannehill, QB Texas A&M 5-Tampa Bay-Morris Claiborne, CB LSU6-St. Louis(from Washington)-Justin Blackmon, WR Oklahoma State 7-Jacksonville-Melvin Ingram, DE South Carolina 8-Miami-Riley Reiff, OT Iowa 9-Carolina-Michael Brockers, DT...