Best Players Available in Day Three

"Lamar Miller"

Miller's shoulder injury affecting his draft stock?

The 2nd and 3rd rounds of the 2012 NFL Draft was interesting to say the least.  Jacksonville’s selection of a 3rd round punter was only trumped by the Cleveland Browns taking Cincinnati DT John Hughes with the 87th pick and then the GM saying he was sweating it out.  Wow.  I don’t think you needed to sweat that one out, Tom.  I’m not going to pretend to know more than these guys who spend their work days analyzing players but certainly some head scratchers.  The good news is that there are some solid players still on the board.  We’ll go directly off our top 200 players board for our top available prospects.

RankNameSchoolPositionFINAL GRADE
44Bobby MassieOle MissOT6
51Ronnell LewisOklahomaOLB6
54Lamar MillerMiamiRB6
63Brandon BoykinGeorgiaCB5.9
66Orson CharlesGeorgiaTE5.9
67Josh NormanCoastal CarolinaCB5.9
70Jared CrickNebraskaDE5.9
72Miles BurrisSan Diego St.OLB5.9
75Jarius WrightArkansasWR5.9
80James BrownTroyOG5.8
81Devon WylieFresno St.WR5.8
84Ryan SteedFurmanCB5.8
86Trevor GuytonCaliforniaDE5.8
87Leonard JohnsonIowa St.CB5.8
88Marvin JonesCaliforniaWR5.8
90Alfonzo DennardNebraskaCB5.8
91Malik JacksonTennesseeDE5.8
92Keenan RobinsonTexasOLB5.7
96Greg ChildsArkansasWR5.7
97Brandon MosleyAuburnOT5.7
98Terrell ManningNC StateOLB5.7
99Joe AdamsArkansasWR5.7
101Zebrie SandersFlorida St.OT5.7
102Josh ChapmanAlabamaDT5.7
103Omar BoldenArizona St.CB5.7
104Christian ThompsonSouth Carolina St.FS5.7
105Brandon WashingtonMiamiOG5.7
107Coty SensabaughClemsonCB5.7
109Cam JohnsonVirginiaDE5.7
111Chase MinnifieldVirginiaCB5.7
112Robert TurbinUtah St.RB5.7
113Chris GivensWake ForestWR5.6
114Alameda Ta’amuWashingtonDT5.6
115DeQuan MenzieAlabamaFS5.6
116Chris PolkWashingtonRB5.6
117James Michael-JohnsonNevadaILB5.6
118Philip BlakeBaylorOC5.6
119Joe LooneyWake ForestOG5.6
120Frank AlexanderOklahomaDE5.6
122Josh KaaduOregonOLB5.6
124David MolkMichiganOC5.6
126Mike DanielsIowaDT5.5
128Phillip ThomasSyracuseFS5.5
129Juron CrinerArizonaWR5.4
131Ron BrooksLSUCB5.4
132Markelle MartinOklahoma St.FS5.4
133Ladarius GreenUL-LafayetteTE5.4
135Audie ColeNC StateILB5.4
136Jordan WhiteWestern MichiganWR5.4
137B.J. ColemanUT-ChatanoogaQB5.4
138Danny TrevathanKentuckyOLB5.4
139Danny CoaleVirginia TechWR5.4
140Kyle WilberWake ForestOLB5.4
141Rishard MatthewsNevadaWR5.4
142Michael BrewsterOhio St.OC5.4
143Jonathan MassaquoiTroyOLB5.4
144Nigel BradhamFlorida St.OLB5.4
145Billy WinnBoise St.DE5.4
146Matt McCantsUABOT5.4
147Dominique HamiltonMissouriDT5.4
148Marvin McNuttIowaWR5.4
149Micah PellerinHamptonCB5.4
150Nate PotterBoise St.OT5.3
151Tommy StreeterMiamiWR5.3
152Tauren PooleTennesseeRB5.3
153Jaye HowardFloridaDT5.3
154Robert BlantonNotre DameCB/FS5.3
155B.J. CunninghamMichigan St.WR5.3
156Antonio AllenSouth CarolinaSS5.3
157Dwight JonesNorth CarolinaWR5.3
158George IlokaBoise St.FS5.3
159James HannaOklahomaTE5.3
160Shaun PraterIowaCB5.3
161Michael SmithUtah St.RB5.3
162Tom ComptonSouth DakotaOT5.3
163Kirk CousinsMichigan St.QB5.3
164Jack CrawfordPenn St.DE5.3
165Eric PageToledoWR5.3
166LaVon BrazillOhioWR5.3
167Chris RaineyFloridaRB/WR5.3
168DaJohn HarrisUSCDT5.3
169Nick ToonWisconsinWR5.3
170Coryell JudieTexas A&MCB5.3
171Brett RoyNevadaDE5.2
172Sammy BrownHoustonOLB5.2
173Adrian HamiltonPrairie View A&MDE/OLB5.2
174Vick BallardMississippi St.RB5.2
175Adam GettisIowaOG5.2
176Deangelo PetersonLSUTE5.2
177Ben JonesGeorgiaOC5.2
178Senio KelemeteWashingtonOG5.2
179Rico WallaceShenandoahWR5.2
180Jerry FranklinArkansasILB5.2
182Emmanuel AchoTexasOLB5.2
184Thomas MayoCal (PA)WR5.2
185Terrance GanawayBaylorRB5.2
186Duke IhenachoSan Jose St.SS5.2
187Jason SloweyWestern OregonOC5.2
188Tank CarderTCUOLB5.2
189Bradie EwingWisconsinFB5.1
190Hebron FangupoBYUDT5.1
191Vontaze BurfictArizona St.ILB5.1
193Dan HerronOhio St.RB5.1
194Trent RobinsonMichigan St.FS5.1
195Travis LewisOklahomaOLB5.1
196Markus ZusevicsIowaOT5.1
197Cyrus GrayTexas A&MRB5.1
199Brandon LindseyPittsburghOLB5.1
200Patrick EdwardsHoustonWR5.1



Author: Brad

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  • Jsteppling

    a punter?????? Stunning. Bizarre. ….And I never heard of john hughes. But he just got taken ahead of josh chapman and brandon thompson and Dominique hamilton and Alameda Ta-amu and …….JOHN HUGHES????????? Big winners for me so far are st louis, steelers, the bucs, cincy, and green bay. I think others are mixed…..I m not feeling the Lions this draft and I HATE the jets. Rex needs medication…treatment is available. He has talent but all are the wrong fit. Anyway, if you told me ronnell lewis would be available start of day three, I would have said you were crazy.

    • bradc11

      I’m equally stunned by Anger and Hughes. I’m with you on Lewis. I thought he was a 3rd at the latest with a good chance at being taken at the end of the 2nd. There are some red flags with him but no criminal stuff. I’m a bit surprised.

  • Bex_R1986

    Here’s a bold prediction for you. Punter Brian Stahovich of San Diego State gets selected in the 4th round. A lot of teams took him in for a pre-draft visit, and that Jags third round pick may have worried those teams that if they want him, they might have to grab him early! Otherwise someone else might do it. Lets see if it happens!

    A bizarre couple of rounds to say the least! I quite liked John Hughes in the one Cincinnati game I saw last season, but I mocked him to Pittsburgh in the 7th round, pick 249! Huge reaches on Posey, T.J. Graham, LeRebeus, Hardin, Holmes and Foles too. Most could be gotten later so the logic is a little odd.

    On a positive note, I’m very pleased with the Buccs trio of Barron, Martin and David! Hitting needs at solid value. Keep it up!

    • Brad

      Stahovich is probably the next punter off the board and who knows now that Anger came off the board. I would guess the 5th. but I wouldn’t be surprised if it was the 4th.