The Big 12 is on tap today.
Robert Griffin, QB
All the talent in the world – will be a developmental pick in the middle rounds that could pay huge dividends down the road.
Kelechi Osomele, OL
A huge lineman that could play guard or right tackle in the NFL, Osomele is just starting to reach his immense potential. He has the size and ability to be a first round selection in the 2012 NFL Draft.
Greg Brown, CB
Brown is a raw corner with a ton of innate ability, but needs to improve his fundamentals. Could sneak up some draft boards with a solid 2011 season.
David Garrett, CB
Garrett is a small guy that will need to excel on special teams and in sub packages to make it in the NFL.
Michael Egnew, TE
Not much of a blocker, but Egnew is a great receiving tight-end. Should be the top TE taken in the draft – probably in the first fifty picks.
Landry Jones, QB
I have Jones ranked as our number three QB prospect in the 2012 NFL Draft, behind Barkley and Luck. If he can improve on his solid sophomore season, we see him as a possible Top 5 talent.
Justin Blackmon, WR
Blackmon is one of the top receivers in a really special class. This Cowboy would have probably been a 1st-round pick in the 2011 NFL Draft, but will go even higher in 2012.
Kheeston Randall, DL
Randall is a quick 1-gap tackle that stands up well against the run. Is a top-50 pick right now, but if he shows progress with his rush moves he could easily be a 1st rounder.
Jeff Fuller, WR
Fuller is going to be a 1st-down machine in the NFL. Should get consideration at the end of the first round of the 2012 NFL Draft.
Lonnie Edwards, OG
Might be an undrafted free-agent, but Edwards has what it takes to be a backup lineman in the NFL.