2012 NFL Draft

2012 NFL Draft Tracker

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Pick Team Player Pos Ht Wt School
Round 5 1 (136) Indianapolis Colts Josh Chapman(video) DT 6'1 310 Alabama
Josh Chapman

National Football Post: Chapman is one of the few draft prospects capable of anchoring a 3-4 front. He fell to this spot because of medical concerns, but if he can heal properly, the Colts got a steal.

Round 5 2 (137) Denver Broncos Malik Jackson(video) DE 6'5 270 Tennessee
Malik Jackson Note: from Rams
Round 5 3 (138) Detroit Lions Tahir Whitehead OLB 6'2 228 Temple
Note: from Vikings
Round 5 4 (139) Minnesota Vikings Robert Blanton(video) CB 6'1 200 Notre Dame
Robert Blanton Note: from Browns
Round 5 5 (140) Tampa Bay Buccaneers Najee Goode ILB 6'1 241 West Virginia
Round 5 6 (141) Washington Redskins Adam Gettis G 6'4 280 Iowa
Round 5 7 (142) Jacksonville Jaguars Brandon Marshall OLB 6'1 245 Nevada
Round 5 8 (143) Carolina Panthers Josh Norman(video) CB 6'0 190 Coastal Carolina
Josh Norman

National Football Post: Norman is a top-60 talent. He displays a great feel in coverage, wastes little motion when asked to click and close, and possesses a big frame. There were some character concerns attached that likely caused him to fall, but if he can overcome those inconsistencies, Norman could develop into a starter for the Panthers.

Round 5 9 (144) Buffalo Bills Zebrie Sanders T 6'6 307 Florida State
Zebrie Sanders

National Football Post: The Bills added a gifted athlete at offensive tackle. He can mirror laterally, reach the edge and redirect in space. Sanders has a tough time playing with consistent leverage and anchoring on contact. He needs to get stronger to have a chance of sticking on the roster.

Round 5 10 (145) Tennessee Titans Taylor Thompson DE 6'6 287 Southern Methodist

National Football Post: Thompson is one of the most interesting prospects in this year's draft. He started at defensive end this year, but was asked to make the move back to tight end at the Players All-Star Classic. The Titans could use him on either the offensive or defensive side of the ball. However, long term, his best chance to make an impact looks to be at tight end.

Note: from Dolphins
Round 5 11 (146) Kansas City Chiefs DeQuan Menzie CB 6'0 198 Alabama
Round 5 12 (147) Buffalo Bills Tank Carder ILB 6'3 237 TCU
Note: from Seahawks
Round 5 13 (148) Detroit Lions Chris Greenwood CB 6'1 195 Albion
Note: from Raiders
Round 5 14 (149) San Diego Chargers Johnnie Troutman G 6'4 314 Penn State
Round 5 15 (150) St. Louis Rams Rokevious Watkins G 6'4 340 South Carolina
Note: from Bears
Round 5 16 (151) Arizona Cardinals Senio Kelemete(video) G 6'4 301 Washington
Senio Kelemete

National Football Post: Kelemete played left tackle this past year, but will likely be moved inside to guard at the next level. On tape he showcases the ability to fire off the ball low and create a real snap into contact as a run blocker. He needs to improve his balance laterally in pass protection, but looks like a potential long-term starter for the Cardinals.

Round 5 17 (152) Dallas Cowboys Danny Coale WR 6'0 200 Virginia Tech
Round 5 18 (153) Philadelphia Eagles Dennis Kelly T 6'8 306 Purdue
Round 5 19 (154) Seattle Seahawks Korey Toomer LB 6'3 237 Idaho
Note: from Jets
Round 5 20 (155) Miami Dolphins Josh Kaddu(video) OLB 6'3 235 Oregon
Josh Kaddu Note: from Titans
Round 5 21 (156) Cincinnati Bengals Shaun Prater(video) CB 5'11 185 Iowa
Shaun Prater
Round 5 22 (157) Atlanta Falcons Bradie Ewing FB 6'0 245 Wisconsin
Bradie Ewing
Round 5 23 (158) Oakland Raiders Jack Crawford(video) DE 6'5 273 Penn State
Jack Crawford

National Football Post: The Raiders added a big, talented defensive lineman. Crawford showcases "plus" size, length and power into contact. He flashes the ability to bend, but for the most part plays too upright. Nevertheless, if he improves his overall pad level, he'll outplay his draft selection.

Note: from Lions
Round 5 24 (159) Pittsburgh Steelers Chris Rainey RB 5'9 174 Florida

National Football Post: The Steelers continue to impress, this time adding a dynamic RB/WR. Rainey is a slight athlete who won't take the pounding of being an every-down type option. However, you can line him up all over the offense, get him the football in space and let him create in the open field. Rainey is a home-run threat every time he gets his hands on the football and should create a ton of mismatches for the Pittsburgh offense.

Round 5 25 (160) Cleveland Browns Ryan Miller(video) T 6'8 295 Colorado
Note: from Broncos
Round 5 26 (161) Houston Texans Randy Bullock K 5'9 212 Texas A&M
Round 5 27 (162) New Orleans Saints Corey White DB 6'1 210 Samford
Round 5 28 (163) Green Bay Packers Terrell Manning(video) OLB 6'3 224 North Carolina State
Terrell Manning Note: from Patriots through Packers
Round 5 29 (164) Atlanta Falcons Jonathan Massaquoi(video) DE 6'2 250 Troy
Note: from Ravens
Round 5 30 (165) San Francisco 49ers Darius Fleming(video) OLB 6'2 255 Notre Dame
Round 5 31 (166) Cincinnati Bengals Marvin Jones(video) WR 6'3 202 California
Marvin Jones Note: from Patriots
Round 5 32 (167) Cincinnati Bengals George Iloka(video) SS 6'3 216 Boise State
George Iloka Note: from Giants
Round 5 33 (168) Oakland Raiders Juron Criner(video) WR 6'4 215 Arizona
Juron Criner Note: compensatory selection
Round 5 34 (169) Baltimore Ravens Asa Jackson(video) CB 5'10 188 Cal Poly
Asa Jackson Note: compensatory selection
Round 5 35 (170) Indianapolis Colts Vick Ballard(video) RB 5'11 220 Mississippi State
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