2012 NFL Draft Grades

Add a comment April 28th, 2012  

2012 NFL Draft Grades, We are now three rounds down in the 2012 NFL Draft. The 1st round came and went on Thursday night and two more rounds were completed on Friday night. Rounds 4-7 come on Saturday afternoon.

At about the halfway point of the NFL Draft, it’s time for another set of grades. Here’s a recap of the picks in Round 1, Round 2 and Round 3.

The grades at the midway point….

A – Top Of The Class
Redskins: Getting Robert Griffin III changes everything. If the gamble works out, as I think it will, it’s easily worth the risk.

Cowboys: Adding Morris Claiborne is huge, and it came at a reasonable price.

Packers: A little pre-emptive love for this draft, even though there may not be any stars here. I think the Packers have three starters with the first three picks, and they’re all solid values. Starting with Nick Perry, Jerel Worthy in the 2nd round and Casey Hayward, who some had late 1st round buzz, in the 3rd round.

Buccaneers: I’m starting to love this draft. Mark Barron in the 1st round, and Doug Martin at the end of Round 1. Both potential starters and areas of need. Then Lavonte David in the 2nd round, who is also at a position of need. Great picks.

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