2012 NFL Draft

2012 NFL Draft Tracker

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NFL Tracker by Round
Pick Team Player Pos Ht Wt School
Round 7 1 (208) Indianapolis Colts Justin Anderson G 6'5 342 Georgia
Round 7 2 (209) St. Louis Rams Aaron Brown LB 6'0 237 Hawaii
Round 7 3 (210) Minnesota Vikings Audie Cole(video) OLB 6'5 239 North Carolina State
Audie Cole

National Football Post: There isn't anything sexy about his game. However, he's a tough, instinctive kid who can play off blocks against the run, tackle well and beat up the tight end off the line. A 4-3 strongside backer in the Ben Leber mold. A good value for the Vikings late in the draft.

Round 7 4 (211) Tennessee Titans Scott Solomon DE 6'3 270 Rice

National Football Post: He's a better athlete than given credit for off the edge, can play with power and has a motor that runs non-stop. However, he’s not just a try-hard guy, Solomon has the ability to slip blocks through contact and can be just as productive for the Titans as some of the defensive ends taken earlier in the draft.


Note: from Browns through Vikings
Round 7 5 (212) Tampa Bay Buccaneers Michael Smith RB 5'9 205 Utah State

National Football Post: He was a standout at the Players All-Star Classic this year and despite being a reserve behind Robert Turbin he’s got NFL talent. He should find a niche in Tampa as he has the ability to be dynamic in the open field and is a better than advertised runner between the tackles. Another potential late-round running back standout.

Round 7 6 (213) Washington Redskins Richard Crawford DB 5'11 191 SMU
Round 7 7 (214) Indianapolis Colts Tim Fugger LB 6'4 250 Vanderbilt
Note: from Jaguars through Jets
Round 7 8 (215) Miami Dolphins Kheeston Randall(video) DT 6'5 295 Texas
Kheeston Randall
Round 7 9 (216) Carolina Panthers D.J. Campbell DB 6'0 205 California
Round 7 10 (217) Washington Redskins Jordan Bernstine DB 5'11 205 Iowa
Note: from Bills
Round 7 11 (218) Kansas City Chiefs Jerome Long DL 6'5 265 San Diego St.
Round 7 12 (219) Minnesota Vikings Trevor Guyton(video) DE 6'3 280 California

National Football Post: Guyton isn't explosive off the edge, but he plays with a good motor, can gain leverage and overpower through contact. He's more of a base end in a 4-3, but I could see him getting some rep inside as a potential three-technique. Either way, I like his potential as a two-down run defender on the edge.


Note: from Lions through Seahawks
Round 7 13 (220) Chicago Bears Greg McCoy CB 5'10 181 TCU
Round 7 14 (221) Arizona Cardinals Nate Potter(video) T 6'6 300 Boise State
Nate Potter
Round 7 15 (222) Dallas Cowboys Caleb McSurdy LB 6'1 245 Montana
Round 7 16 (223) Detroit Lions Travis Lewis(video) OLB 6'2 227 Oklahoma
Travis Lewis

National Football Post: Travis Lewis looked like a potential top-50 pick coming into the year. However, he dealt with injuries all season, played through them and ultimately killed his draft stock. Nevertheless, he’s a tough kid who can play the weakside LB in a 4-3 front and if healthy I think the Lions got themselves a long-time starter in the linebacking corps.


Note: from Vikings through Eagles and Patriots
Round 7 17 (224) New England Patriots Alfonzo Dennard CB 5'10 205 Nebraska
Alfonzo Dennard

National Football Post: Dennard was considered a potential first-round pick. However, he didn’t run well at the combine and had some off-field concerns pop up in recent weeks. But, the idea that a talent like this could fall to the Patriots this late is mind-boggling. He’s a tough kid who can play press, loves to mix it up in the run game and has the attributes to mature into a starter on the outside or slot man early in his career.


Note: from Packers through Jets
Round 7 18(225) Green Bay Packers not yet drafted - - - -
Round 7 19 (226) San Diego Chargers David Molk(video) C 6'2 286 Michigan
David Molk
Round 7 20 (227) Miami Dolphins Rishard Matthews WR 6'2 215 Nevada
Note: from Titans
Round 7 21 (228) Jacksonville Jaguars Jeris Pendleton DT 6'2 322 Ashland
Jeris Pendleton Note: from Bengals
Round 7 22 (229) Philadelphia Eagles Bryce Brown RB 6'0 220 Kansas State
Note: from Falcons
Round 7 23 (230) Oakland Raiders Nathan Stupar LB 6'1 234 Penn St.
Note: from Lions
Round 7 24 (231) Pittsburgh Steelers Toney Clemons WR 6'2 210 Colorado
Round 7 25 (232) Seattle Seahawks Greg Scruggs DE 6'4 285 Louisville
Note: from Broncos through Jets
Round 7 26 (233) Tampa Bay Buccaneers Drake Dunsmore TE 6'3 235 Northwestern
Note: from Texans
Round 7 27 (234) New Orleans Saints Marcel Jones T 6'7 320 Nebraska
Round 7 28 (235) New England Patriots Jeremy Ebert WR 6'0 195 Northwestern
Note: from Packers
Round 7 29 (236) Baltimore Ravens DeAngelo Tyson DE 6'2 306 Georgia
Round 7 30 (237) San Francisco 49ers Cam Johnson(video) DE 6'4 270 Virginia
Cam Johnson
Round 7 31 (238) Kansas City Chiefs Junior Hemingway WR 6'1 222 Michigan
Note: from Patriots
Round 7 32 (239) New York Giants Markus Kuhn DT 6'4 303 N.C. State
Round 7 33 (240) Pittsburgh Steelers David Paulson TE 6'4 241 Oregon
Note: compensatory selection
Round 7 34 (241) Green Bay Packers Andrew Datko(video) T 6'6 321 Florida State
Andrew Datko Note: compensatory selection
Round 7 35 (242) New York Jets Antonio Allen(video) SS 6'2 202 South Carolina
Antonio Allen Note: compensatory selection
Round 7 36 (243) Green Bay Packers B.J Coleman QB 6'4 220 Chattanooga
B.J Coleman Note: compensatory selection
Round 7 37 (244) New York Jets Jordan White(video) WR 6'0 215 Western Michigan
Note: compensatory selection
Round 7 38 (245) Cleveland Browns Trevin Wade CB 5'11 192 Arizona
Note: compensatory selection
Round 7 39 (246) Pittsburgh Steelers Terrence Frederick CB 5'10 184 Texas A&M
Note: compensatory selection
Round 7 40 (247) Cleveland Browns Brad Smelley RB 6'3 229 Alabama
Note: compensatory selection
Round 7 41 (248) Pittsburgh Steelers Kelvin Beachum G 6'3 306 Southern Methodist
Kelvin Beachum Note: compensatory selection
Round 7 42 (249) Atlanta Falcons Travian Robertson DT 6'4 303 South Carolina
Note: compensatory selection
Round 7 43 (250) San Diego Chargers Edwin Baker RB 5'9 210 Michigan State
Note: compensatory selection
Round 7 44 (251) Buffalo Bills John Potter K 6'2 209 Western Michigan
Note: compensatory selection
Round 7 45 (252) St. Louis Rams Daryl Richardson RB 5'11 195 Abilene Christian
Note: compensatory selection
Round 7 46 (253) Indianapolis Colts Chandler Harnish(video) QB 6'2 220 Northern Illinois
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