2012 NFL Draft

2012 NFL Draft Tracker

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Pick Team Player Pos Ht Wt School
Round 4 1 (96) St. Louis Rams Chris Givens(video) WR 6'0 195 Wake Forest
Chris Givens
Round 4 2 (97) Miami Dolphins Lamar Miller RB 5'11 212 Miami (FL)
Lamar Miller

National Football Post: Miller got a similar grade as Virginia Tech RB David Wilson, who went in Round 1. He can have a similar impact from Day 1. Miller possesses a natural explosive element to his game and when he puts his foot in the ground, he gets up to speed quickly and can be a home-run threat. Could end up winning the starting job during the 2012 season.


Note: from Dolphins through Colts
Round 4 3 (98) Baltimore Ravens Gino Gradkowski G 6'3 300 Delaware
Note: from Vikings
Round 4 4 (99) Houston Texans Ben Jones(video) C 6'3 316 Georgia
Ben Jones Note: from Buccaneers through Eagles
Round 4 5 (100) Cleveland Browns Travis Benjamin WR 5'10 175 Miami (FL)
Round 4 6 (101) Denver Broncos Omar Bolden(video) CB 5'11 195 Arizona State
Omar Bolden Note: from Jaguars through Buccaneers
Round 4 7 (102) Washington Redskins Kirk Cousins QB 6'3 205 Michigan State
Kirk Cousins

National Football Post: You can never have too many good QBs on a roster and the Redskins got a guy who won't ever be a big-time starter. However, he's the kind of backup who can grind on Robert Griffin III day in and out at practice and bring the best out of him throughout his career.

Round 4 8 (103) Carolina Panthers Frank Alexander DE 6'4 255 Oklahoma
Note: from 49ers through Dolphins
Round 4 9 (104) Carolina Panthers Joe Adams(video) WR 5'11 190 Arkansas
Joe Adams
Round 4 10 (105) Buffalo Bills Nigel Bradham(video) ILB 6'3 240 Florida State
Nigel Bradham
Round 4 11 (106) Seattle Seahawks Robert Turbin(video) RB 5'10 216 Utah State
Robert Turbin
Round 4 12 (107) Kansas City Chiefs Devon Wylie WR 5'9 185 Fresno State
Devon Wylie

National Football Post: He's the definition of a quick-twitch athlete who can separate quickly out of breaks. He also possesses 4.3 speed and can run those deep crossing patterns from the inside. Wylie should contribute early as a slot guy. He looks like the next Wes Welker.

Round 4 13 (108) Denver Broncos Philip Blake(video) C 6'3 320 Baylor
Note: from Jets
Round 4 14 (109) Pittsburgh Steelers Alameda Ta'amu DT 6'3 337 Washington
Alameda Ta'amu

National Football Post: Ta'amu has a tendency to play a bit high and will struggle with hand placement when asked to shed. However, he possesses an elite combination of size, power and burst. The Steelers got a steal here. He may not be as talented as first-rounder Dontari Poe, but Ta’amu could end up having a better career, one similar to standout nose tackle Paul Soliai.


Note: from Redskins through Raiders
Round 4 15 (110) San Diego Chargers Ladarius Green(video) TE 6'6 236 Louisiana-Lafayette
Ladarius Green
Round 4 16 (111) Chicago Bears Evan Rodriguez(video) TE 6'3 250 Temple
Evan Rodriguez

National Football Post: The Bears added one of the draft's most versatile athletes. Rodriguez can play FB, TE and H-back at the next level as he runs well, can create mismatches when split out and will stick as a blocker in the run game. Could be used like the Patriots' Aaron Hernandez.

Round 4 17 (112) Arizona Cardinals Bobby Massie T 6'6 316 Mississippi
Round 4 18 (113) Dallas Cowboys Kyle Wilber(video) OLB 6'5 240 Wake Forest
Kyle Wilber
Round 4 19 (114) Seattle Seahawks Jaye Howard DT 6'3 303 Florida
Jaye Howard Note: from Eagles
Round 4 20 (115) Tennessee Titans Coty Sensabaugh CB 6'0 185 Clemson
Round 4 21 (116) Cincinnati Bengals Orson Charles(video) TE 6'3 241 Georgia
Orson Charles

National Football Post: Charles is one of the better athletes at the position in the draft. He plays fast, has the speed to get down the seam and can be used all over the Cincinnati offense.

Round 4 22 (117) San Francisco 49ers Joe Looney G 6'3 320 Wake Forest
Joe Looney Note: from Lions
Round 4 23 (118) Minnesota Vikings Jarius Wright WR 5'10 180 Arkansas
Jarius Wright

National Football Post: Wright is another good fourth-round value. He can play quick out of his breaks, isn't afraid to run down the seam and take a hit and should mature into a "plus" slot guy for the Vikings.


Note: from Falcons through Browns
Round 4 24 (119) Washington Redskins Keenan Robinson(video) OLB 6'3 239 Texas
Keenan Robinson Note: from Steelers
Round 4 25 (120) Cleveland Browns James-Michael Johnson(video) ILB 6'2 240 Nevada
James-Michael Johnson Note: from Broncos
Round 4 26 (121) Houston Texans Keshawn Martin WR 5'11 189 Michigan State
Round 4 27 (122) New Orleans Saints Nick Toon(video) WR 6'3 220 Wisconsin
Nick Toon
Round 4 28 (123) Philadelphia Eagles Brandon Boykin(video) CB 5'10 183 Georgia
Brandon Boykin

National Football Post: Boykin is a gifted athlete who plays more physical than his frame would indicate. He isn't the most consistent of tacklers, but he's got a great feel in zone coverage and showcases the short-area quickness to hold his own in man. He's the type of slot guy the Eagles desperately needed to add in their secondary. Great value here.


Note: from Packers
Round 4 29 (124) Buffalo Bills Ron Brooks DB 6'0 177 LSU
Note: from Ravens
Round 4 30 (125) Detroit Lions Ronnell Lewis(video) OLB 6'2 244 Oklahoma
Ronnell Lewis Note: from 49ers
Round 4 31 (126) Houston Texans Jared Crick DE 6'6 285 Nebraska
Jared Crick Note: from Buccaneers through Patriots and Broncos
Round 4 32 (127) New York Giants Adrien Robinson TE 6'4 267 Temple
Round 4 33 (128) Minnesota Vikings Rhett Ellison(video) TE 6'5 250 USC
Rhett Ellison Note: compensatory selection
Round 4 34 (129) Oakland Raiders Miles Burris OLB 6'3 235 San Diego State
Miles Burris Note: compensatory selection
Round 4 35 (130) Baltimore Ravens Christian Thompson FS 6'0 213 South Carolina State
Christian Thompson

National Football Post: The Ravens landed one of the NFP's highest rated FS prospects. He has an ideal size/speed combo and could mature into one of the best safety prospects to come out of this draft. A great fourth-round selection.


Note: compensatory selection
Round 4 36 (131) New York Giants Brandon Mosley T 6'6 305 Auburn
Brandon Mosley Note: compensatory selection
Round 4 37 (132) Green Bay Packers Mike Daniels(video) DT 6'1 280 Iowa
Note: compensatory selection
Round 4 38 (133) Green Bay Packers Jerome McMillian DB 5'11 203 Play-in Team
Note: compensatory selection
Round 4 39 (134) Minnesota Vikings Greg Childs WR 6'3 217 Arkansas
Note: compensatory selection
Round 4 40 (135) Dallas Cowboys Matt Johnson DB 6'1 212 Eastern Wash.
Note: compensatory selection

Top-Ranked Prospects from National Football Post

Top nfl Draft Prospects
Rank Player Pos. Ht. Wt. School Round Pick Tm
Current Status: Round 7
Last 3 Picks
Pk Tm Player Pos School
15 (222) Dallas Cowboys Caleb McSurdy LB Montana
16 (223) Detroit Lions Travis Lewis OLB Oklahoma
17 (224) New England Patriots Alfonzo Dennard CB Nebraska
Next 2 Picks
Pk Tm Player Pos School
18 (225) Green Bay Packers not yet drafted - -
19 (226) San Diego Chargers David Molk C Michigan