Found January 10, 2012 on Draft Board Insider:
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Quarterbacks    1. Andrew Luck, QB Stanford(jr.)    2. Robert Griffin III, QB Baylor    3. Nick Foles, QB Arizona    4. Ryan Tannehill, QB Texas A&M    5. Brandon Weeden, QB Oklahoma State    6. GJ Kinne, QB Tulsa    7. Kellen Moore, QB Boise State    8. Tyler Wilson, QB Arkansas    9. Kirk Cousins, QB Michigan State    10. BJ Coleman, QB Chattanooga    11. Ryan Lindley, QB San Diego State    12. John Brantley, QB Florida .    13. Case Keenum, QB Houston    14. Geno Smith, QB West Virginia(jr.)    15. Jacory Harris, QB Miami    16. Russell Wilson, QB Wisconsin    17. EJ Manuel, QB Florida State    18. Dominique Davis, QB East Carolina    19. Austin Davis, QB Southern Miss. 
  20. Dan Persa, QB Northwestern    21. Chandler Harnish, QB Northern Illinois    22. Dominique Davis, QB East Carolina    23. Jarrett Lee, QB LSU    24. Zach Collaros, QB Cincinnati    25.  Jordan Jefferson, QB LSU   Lock of the draft-Andrew Luck, QB Stanford
Bust in waiting-Kellen Moore, QB Boise State
Late round sleeper-Ryan Lindley, QB San Diego State
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