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날짜 2012 년 4 월 26 ~ 28 일
시각 오후 8시 EDT (4 월 26 일)
오후 7시 EDT (4 월 27 일)
정오 EDT (4 월 28 일)
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첫 번째 선택 Andrew Luck , QB
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Mr. Irrelevant Chandler Harnish , QB
인디애나 폴리스 콜츠
대부분의 선택 (11) 클리블랜드 브라운
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2012 NFL 초안 의 77 연례 회의이었다 미국 축구 리그 새로 자격 축구 선수를 선택 (NFL) 프랜차이즈. 공식적으로 "NFL 선수 선택 회의"라고 초안, [1] 에서 열렸다 라디오 시티 뮤직 홀 4월 26일에서 28일까지에서 뉴욕시에서. [2] [3] [4] [5] 인디애나 폴리스 콜츠 에 리그 최악의 기록을 컴파일, 2011 2-14 기록과 함께 시즌, 첫 번째 선택에 대한 권리를 가지고 있었다. [6]

4 월 17 일, 인디애나 폴리스의 총감독 Ryan Grigson 은 팀이 Andrew Luck 을 첫 번째 픽으로 삼겠다고 발표 했습니다. "미디어 건틀릿"Luck이 직면하게 될 "미디어 문제"를 예상하여 "올바른 일"이라고 말했습니다. 초안. [7] 행운, 높은 최악의 기록으로 끝낼 것이 자신의 팀을 바라고 팬으로 "행운을 위해 빨아"캠페인의 대상이었다, 몇 년 동안 최고의 쿼터백 전망의 하나로 간주되고 2011 년 시즌 그들이 가지고있는 것, 그래서 행운을 뽑을 기회. 드래프트의 첫 번째와 마지막 픽이 모두 쿼터백 이고 같은 팀이 차지했을 때 드문 일이 발생했습니다 . 챈들러하니 쉬, 콜츠가 드래프트의 최종 선택으로 그를 2012 년에 Mr. Irrelevant 로 만들었습니다 . [8]

상대적으로 초기 단계에서도 2012 년 쿼터백의 강점은 주목 받았습니다. 1970 년 합병 이후 처음으로 5 명의 신인 쿼터백이 오프닝 주에 시작되었습니다. 1 라운드 드래프트 픽인 Luck, Robert Griffin III , Ryan Tannehill , Brandon Weeden , 3 라운드 러셀 윌슨 . [9] [10] 시즌이 끝날 무렵, 3 라운드의 드래프트 픽 Nick Foles , 4 라운드의 Kirk Cousins , 6 라운드의 Ryan Lindley 등 세 명의 신인 쿼터백이 첫 경기를 시작합니다 . [11] [12] [13] 드래프트되지 않은 쿼터백2 라운드 드래프트 픽 브록 오스 와일러 뿐만 아니라 드래프트 이후 팀에 각각 계약 한 Austin Davis , Case Keenum , Kellen Moore 는 결국 후반 시즌에 하나 이상의 NFL 경기에서 쿼터백에서 시작하게됩니다. Luck, Griffin, Wilson은 정규 시즌이 끝나면 Pro Bowl에 이름을 올릴 것이며 Foles, Cousins ​​및 Tannehill은 나중에 경력에서 프로 볼러로 인정받을 것입니다. Wilson, Osweiler 및 Foles는 각각 Super Bowl 우승 팀의 일원이었으며 Nick Foles는 결국 Super Bowl LII 의 MVP가되었습니다 .

드래프트에서는 캐나다 출신 인 Tyrone Crawford ( Dallas Cowboys가 전체 81 위 )와 Philip Blake ( Denver Broncos가 전체 108 위 ), Angolan Christo Bilukidi (전체 189 위 ) 미국 출신아닌 기록적인 5 명의 선수 가 드래프트 되었습니다. Oakland Raiders ), 영국인 Jack Crawford (오클랜드가 전체 158 위), 독일인 Markus Kuhn ( 뉴욕 자이언츠가 전체 239 위 ). [14]

다음은 포지션 별로 선정 된 253 명의 선수를 분석 한 것입니다 .

초기 참가자

기록적인 65 명의 저학년 학생들 은 남아있는 NCAA 자격 을 포기하고 초안에서 선발 될 자격이 있다고 선언했습니다. [15] 65 자격 후배 중, 44 (67.7 %)의 초안 하였다. [16]

주니어 인 Luck의 선발은 첫 번째 전체 선발이 저학년 인 4 연패를 기록했다. 비 시니어가 1990 년처음 드래프트 될 자격이 되었기 때문에 15 개의 첫 번째 종합 픽 (마지막 8 개 중 7 개 포함)이 드래프트에 일찍 들어간 선수였습니다. [17] 이 드래프트에서 선발 된 10 명의 선수 중 8 명은 이전 드래프트 의 기록과 일치하는 비 시니어 였습니다. Mark BarronRyan Tannehill 은 처음 10 명의 드래프트 참가자 중 유일한 두 명의 선배였습니다.

초안 주문 결정

드래프트 순서는 일반적으로 이전 시즌 의 각 팀 기록을 기반으로 하며, 포스트 시즌에 진출한 팀 은 플레이 오프에 실패한 팀을 선택합니다. [18]

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DL 수비 라인 맨 DT 수비 태클 FB 풀백 FS 무료 안전
가드 HB 중위 케이 Placekicker KR 킥 리턴
LB 라인 배커 LS 긴 도미 OT 공격 태클 OL 공격적인 라인 맨
NT 코 태클 펀터 PR 펀트 반 환자 QB 쿼터백
RB 다시 실행 에스 안전 SS 강력한 안전성 결핵 테일 백
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첫 번째 종합 픽인 Andrew Luck은 4x Pro Bowl 선택이었으며 인디애나 폴리스 콜츠 를 7 년 동안 4 번 플레이 오프로 이끌었 습니다.
2013 년 NFL 올해의 수비 선수 인 Luke KuechlyCarolina Panthers에 의해 전체 9 번째 픽으로 드래프트되었습니다 .
Kansas City Chiefs가 종합 11 위를 차지한 수비 태클 Dontari Poe 는 2 개의 Pro Bowls에 등장했습니다.
시애틀 시호크스 가 3 라운드에 진출한 러셀 윌슨 은 슈퍼 볼 2 개와 프로 볼 7 개에 출연했습니다.
Rnd. 선택 # NFL 팀 플레이어 Pos. 칼리지 Conf. 메모
1 1 인디애나 폴리스 콜츠 앤드류 럭 QB Stanford 팩 -12
1 2 워싱턴 레드 스킨스 로버트 그리핀 III QB 베일러 빅 12 세인트루이스 [R1 - 1] ;
2011 Heisman 트로피 수상자 [N 2]
1 클리블랜드 브라운 트렌트 리처드슨 RB 앨라배마 비서 미네소타 [R1 - 2]
1 4 미네소타 바이킹 매트 칼릴 OT USC 팩 -12 클리블랜드 [R1 - 3]
1 5 잭슨빌 재규어 저스틴 블랙 몬 WR 오클라호마 주 빅 12 탬파베이 [R1 - 4]
1 6 달라스 카우보이 Morris Claiborne CB LSU 비서 워싱턴 통해 세인트루이스 [R1 - 5]
1 7 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 마크 배런 에스 앨라배마 비서 잭슨빌 [R1 - 6]
1 8 마이애미 돌핀스 Ryan Tannehill QB 텍사스 A & M 빅 12
1 9 캐롤라이나 팬더 스 Luke Kuechly LB 보스턴 칼리지 ACC
1 10 버팔로 빌 스테판 길모어 CB 사우스 캐롤라이나 비서
1 11 Kansas City Chiefs 돈 타리 포 DT 멤피스 C-USA
1 12 필라델피아 이글스 플레쳐 콕스 DT 미시시피 주 비서 로부터 시애틀 [R1 - 7]
1 13 애리조나 카디널스 마이클 플로이드 WR 노트르담 산업 (FBS)
1 14 세인트 루이스 램스 마이클 브로커 스 DE LSU 비서 달라스 [R1 - 8]
1 15 시애틀 시호크스 브루스 어빈 DE 웨스트 버지니아 빅 이스트 필라델피아 [R1 - 9]
1 16 뉴욕 제츠 Quinton Coples DE 노스 캐롤라이나 ACC
1 17 신시내티 벵갈 스 드레 커크 패트릭 CB 앨라배마 비서 오클랜드 [R1 - 10]
1 18 샌디에이고 충전기 멜빈 잉그램 LB 사우스 캐롤라이나 비서
1 19 시카고 베어스 Shea McClellin DE 보이시 주 MW
1 20 테네시 타이탄 켄달 라이트 WR 베일러 빅 12
1 21 뉴 잉글랜드 패트리어츠 챈들러 존스 DE 시러큐스 빅 이스트 신시내티 [R1 - 11]
1 22 클리블랜드 브라운 브랜든 위든 QB 오클라호마 주 빅 12 애틀랜타 [R1 - 12]
1 23 디트로이트 라이온스 라일리 리프 OT 아이오와 빅텐
1 24 피츠버그 스틸러스 David DeCastro Stanford 팩 -12
1 25 뉴 잉글랜드 패트리어츠 Dont'a Hightower LB 앨라배마 비서 덴버 [R1 - 13]
1 26 휴스턴 텍사스 휘트니 머실 러스 DE 일리노이 빅텐
1 27 신시내티 벵갈 스 케빈 자 이틀 러 위스콘신 빅텐 에서 뉴 올리언스 를 통해 뉴 잉글랜드 [- 14 R1]
1 28 그린 베이 패커 닉 페리 LB USC 팩 -12
1 29 미네소타 바이킹 해리슨 스미스 에스 노트르담 산업 (FBS) 볼티모어 [R1 - 15]
1 30 샌프란시스코 49ers AJ 젠킨스 WR 일리노이 빅텐
1 31 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 더그 마틴 RB 보이시 주 MW 뉴 잉글랜드 통해 덴버 [R1 - 16]
1 32 뉴욕 자이언츠 데이비드 윌슨 RB 버지니아 공대 ACC
2 33 세인트 루이스 램스 브라이언 퀵 WR 애팔 래 치아 주 SoCon
2 34 인디애나 폴리스 콜츠 코비 플레너 TE Stanford 팩 -12
2 35 볼티모어 까마귀 코트니 업쇼 LB 앨라배마 비서 미네소타 [R2 - 1]
2 36 덴버 브롱 코스 데릭 울프 DT 신시내티 빅 이스트 탬파베이 [R2 - 2]
2 37 클리블랜드 브라운 미첼 슈워츠 OT 캘리포니아 팩 -12
2 38 잭슨빌 재규어 안드레 브랜치 DE Clemson ACC
2 39 세인트 루이스 램스 Janoris Jenkins CB 노스 앨라배마 걸프 사우스 워싱턴 [R2 - 3]
2 40 캐롤라이나 팬더 스 아 미니 실라 톨루 중서부 주 LSC
2 41 버팔로 빌 Cordy Glenn OT 그루지야 비서
2 42 마이애미 돌핀스 조나단 마틴 OT Stanford 팩 -12
2 43 뉴욕 제츠 스티븐 힐 WR 조지아 공대 ACC 로부터 시애틀 [R2 - 4]
2 44 Kansas City Chiefs 제프 앨런 일리노이 빅텐
2 45 시카고 베어스 Alshon Jeffery WR 사우스 캐롤라이나 비서 달라스 통해 세인트루이스 [R2 - 5]
2 46 필라델피아 이글스 미찰 켄드릭 스 LB 캘리포니아 팩 -12
2 47 시애틀 시호크스 바비 와그너 LB 유타 주 WAC 뉴욕 제트 [R2 - 6]
2 48 뉴 잉글랜드 패트리어츠 타본 윌슨 에스 일리노이 빅텐 오클랜드 [R2 - 7]
2 49 샌디에이고 충전기 Kendall Reyes DT 코네티컷 빅 이스트
2 50 세인트 루이스 램스 이사야 피드 RB 신시내티 빅 이스트 시카고 [R2 - 8]
2 51 그린 베이 패커 Jerel Worthy DT 미시간 주 빅텐 애리조나 통해 필라델피아 [R2 - 9]
2 52 테네시 타이탄 잭 브라운 LB 노스 캐롤라이나 ACC
2 53 신시내티 벵갈 스 데본 스틸 DT Penn State 빅텐
2 54 디트로이트 라이온스 라이언 브로 일스 WR 오클라호마 빅 12
2 55 애틀랜타 팔콘 피터 콘즈 위스콘신 빅텐
2 56 피츠버그 스틸러스 마이크 아담스 OT 오하이오 주 빅텐
2 57 덴버 브롱 코스 브록 오스 와일러 QB 애리조나 주 팩 -12
2 58 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 라 본테 데이비드 LB 네브래스카 빅텐 휴스턴 [R2 - 10]
2 59.5 뉴 올리언스 성도 선택 몰수 [ 몰수 선택 1]
2 59 필라델피아 이글스 비니 커리 DE 마샬 C-USA 그린 베이 [R2 - 11]
2 60 볼티모어 까마귀 Kelechi Osemele 아이오와 주 빅 12
2 61 샌프란시스코 49ers 라 마이클 제임스 RB 오레곤 팩 -12
2 62 그린 베이 패커 케이시 헤이워드 CB Vanderbilt 비서 뉴 잉글랜드 [R2 - 12]
2 63 뉴욕 자이언츠 루벤 랜들 WR LSU 비서
64 인디애나 폴리스 콜츠 드웨인 앨런 TE Clemson ACC
65 세인트 루이스 램스 트루 메인 존슨 CB Montana 빅 스카이
66 미네소타 바이킹 조쉬 로빈슨 CB 플로리다 중부 C-USA
67 덴버 브롱 코스 로니 힐먼 RB 샌디에이고 주 MW 클리블랜드 [R3 - 1]
68 휴스턴 텍사스 DeVier Posey WR 오하이오 주 빅텐 탬파베이 [R3 - 2]
69 버팔로 빌 TJ 그레이엄 WR NC 상태 ACC 워싱턴 [R3 - 3]
70 잭슨빌 재규어 브라이언 앵거 캘리포니아 팩 -12
71 워싱턴 레드 스킨스 조쉬 르 리베 우스 SMU C-USA 버팔로 [R3 - 4]
72 마이애미 돌핀스 올리비에 버논 DE 마이애미 (FL) ACC
73 샌디에이고 충전기 브랜든 테일러 에스 LSU 비서 캐롤라이나 통해 시카고마이애미 [R3 - 5]
74 Kansas City Chiefs 도널드 스티븐슨 OT 오클라호마 빅 12
75 시애틀 시호크스 러셀 윌슨 QB 위스콘신 빅텐
76 휴스턴 텍사스 브랜든 브룩스 마이애미 (OH) 필라델피아 [R3 - 6]
77 뉴욕 제츠 데 마리오 데이비스 LB 아칸소 주 태양 벨트
77.5 오클랜드 레이더스 2011 년 추가 초안 에서 선택이 취소 되었습니다 . [몰수 추천 2]
78 마이애미 돌핀스 마이클 에그 뉴 TE 미주리 빅 12 샌디에고 [R3 - 7]
79 시카고 베어스 브랜든 하딘 에스 오레곤 주 팩 -12
80 애리조나 카디널스 자멜 플레밍 CB 오클라호마 빅 12
81 달라스 카우보이 타이론 크로포드 DE 보이시 주 MW
82 테네시 타이탄 마이크 마틴 DT 미시간 빅텐
83 신시내티 벵갈 스 모하메드 사누 WR Rutgers Big East
3 84 Baltimore Ravens Bernard Pierce RB Temple MAC from Atlanta [R3 - 8]
3 85 Detroit Lions Dwight Bentley CB Louisiana-Lafayette Sun Belt
3 86 Pittsburgh Steelers Sean Spence LB Miami (FL) ACC
3 87 Cleveland Browns John Hughes DT Cincinnati Big East from Denver [R3 - 9]
3 88 Philadelphia Eagles Nick Foles QB Arizona Pac-12 SB52 MVP, from Houston [R3 - 10]
3 89 New Orleans Saints Akiem Hicks DT Regina CWUAA
3 90 New England Patriots Jake Bequette DE Arkansas SEC from Green Bay [R3 - 11]
3 91 Atlanta Falcons Lamar Holmes OT Southern Miss C-USA from Baltimore [R3 - 12]
3 92 Indianapolis Colts T. Y. Hilton WR Florida International Sun Belt from San Francisco [R3 - 13]
3 93 Cincinnati Bengals Brandon Thompson DT Clemson ACC from New England [R3 - 14]
3 94 New York Giants Jayron Hosley CB Virginia Tech ACC
3* 95 Oakland Raiders Tony Bergstrom G Utah Pac-12
4 96 St. Louis Rams Chris Givens WR Wake Forest ACC
4 97 Miami Dolphins Lamar Miller RB Miami (FL) ACC from Indianapolis via San Francisco [R4 - 1]
4 98 Baltimore Ravens Gino Gradkowski G Delaware CAA from Minnesota [R4 - 2]
4 99 Houston Texans Ben Jones C Georgia SEC from Tampa Bay via Philadelphia [R4 - 3]
4 100 Cleveland Browns Travis Benjamin WR Miami (FL) ACC
4 101 Denver Broncos Omar Bolden CB Arizona State Pac-12 from Jacksonville via Tampa Bay [R4 - 4]
4 102 Washington Redskins Kirk Cousins QB Michigan State Big Ten
4 103 Carolina Panthers Frank Alexander DE Oklahoma Big 12 from Miami via San Francisco [R4 - 5]
4 104 Carolina Panthers Joe Adams WR Arkansas SEC
4 105 Buffalo Bills Nigel Bradham LB Florida State ACC
4 106 Seattle Seahawks Robert Turbin RB Utah State WAC
4 107 Kansas City Chiefs Devon Wylie WR Fresno State WAC
4 108 Denver Broncos Philip Blake C Baylor Big 12 from New York Jets [R4 - 6]
4 109 Pittsburgh Steelers Alameda Ta'amu DT Washington Pac-12 from Oakland via Washington [R4 - 7]
4 110 San Diego Chargers Ladarius Green TE Louisiana-Lafayette Sun Belt
4 111 Chicago Bears Evan Rodriguez TE Temple MAC
4 112 Arizona Cardinals Bobby Massie OT Ole Miss SEC
4 113 Dallas Cowboys Kyle Wilber LB Wake Forest ACC
4 114 Seattle Seahawks Jaye Howard DT Florida SEC from Philadelphia [R4 - 8]
4 115 Tennessee Titans Coty Sensabaugh CB Clemson ACC
4 116 Cincinnati Bengals Orson Charles TE Georgia SEC
4 117 San Francisco 49ers Joe Looney G Wake Forest ACC from Detroit [R4 - 9]
4 118 Minnesota Vikings Jarius Wright WR Arkansas SEC from Atlanta via Cleveland [R4 - 10]
4 119 Washington Redskins Keenan Robinson LB Texas Big 12 from Pittsburgh [R4 - 11]
4 120 Cleveland Browns James-Michael Johnson LB Nevada WAC from Denver [R4 - 12]
4 121 Houston Texans Keshawn Martin WR Michigan State Big Ten
4 122 New Orleans Saints Nick Toon WR Wisconsin Big Ten
4 123 Philadelphia Eagles Brandon Boykin CB Georgia SEC from Green Bay [R4 - 13]
4 124 Buffalo Bills Ron Brooks CB LSU SEC from Baltimore [R4 - 14]
4 125 Detroit Lions Ronnell Lewis LB Oklahoma Big 12 from San Francisco [R4 - 15]
4 126 Houston Texans Jared Crick DE Nebraska Big Ten from New England via Denver and Tampa Bay [R4 - 16]
4 127 New York Giants Adrien Robinson TE Cincinnati Big East
4* 128 Minnesota Vikings Rhett Ellison FB USC Pac-12
4* 129 Oakland Raiders Miles Burris LB San Diego State MW
4* 130 Baltimore Ravens Christian Thompson S South Carolina State MEAC
4* 131 New York Giants Brandon Mosley OT Auburn SEC
4* 132 Green Bay Packers Mike Daniels DT Iowa Big Ten
4* 133 Green Bay Packers Jerron McMillian S Maine CAA
4* 134 Minnesota Vikings Greg Childs WR Arkansas SEC
4* 135 Dallas Cowboys Matt Johnson S Eastern Washington Big Sky
5 136 Indianapolis Colts Josh Chapman DT Alabama SEC
5 137 Denver Broncos Malik Jackson DE Tennessee SEC from St. Louis [R5 - 1]
5 138 Detroit Lions Tahir Whitehead LB Temple MAC from Minnesota [R5 - 2]
5 139 Minnesota Vikings Robert Blanton S Notre Dame Ind. (FBS) from Cleveland [R5 - 3]
5 140 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Najee Goode LB West Virginia Big East
5 141 Washington Redskins Adam Gettis G Iowa Big Ten
5 142 Jacksonville Jaguars Brandon Marshall LB Nevada WAC
5 143 Carolina Panthers Josh Norman CB Coastal Carolina Big South
5 144 Buffalo Bills Zebrie Sanders OT Florida State ACC
5 145 Tennessee Titans Taylor Thompson DE SMU C-USA from Miami [R5 - 4]
5 146 Kansas City Chiefs DeQuan Menzie CB Alabama SEC
5 147 Buffalo Bills Tank Carder LB TCU MW from Seattle [R5 - 5]
5 148 Detroit Lions Chris Greenwood CB Albion MIAA from Oakland [R5 - 6]
5 149 San Diego Chargers Johnnie Troutman G Penn State Big Ten
5 150 St. Louis Rams Rokevious Watkins G South Carolina SEC from Chicago [R5 - 7]
5 151 Arizona Cardinals Senio Kelemete G Washington Pac-12
5 152 Dallas Cowboys Danny Coale WR Virginia Tech ACC
5 153 Philadelphia Eagles Dennis Kelly OT Purdue Big Ten
5 154 Seattle Seahawks Korey Toomer LB Idaho WAC from New York Jets [R5 - 8]
5 155 Miami Dolphins Josh Kaddu LB Oregon Pac-12 from Tennessee [R5 - 9]
5 156 Cincinnati Bengals Shaun Prater CB Iowa Big Ten
5 157 Atlanta Falcons Bradie Ewing FB Wisconsin Big Ten
5 158 Oakland Raiders Jack Crawford DE Penn State Big Ten from Detroit [R5 - 10]
5 159 Pittsburgh Steelers Chris Rainey RB Florida SEC
5 160 Cleveland Browns Ryan Miller G Colorado Pac-12 from Denver [R5 - 11]
5 161 Houston Texans Randy Bullock K Texas A&M Big 12
5 162 New Orleans Saints Corey White S Samford SoCon
5 163 Green Bay Packers Terrell Manning LB NC State ACC from Green Bay via New England [R5 - 12]
5 164 Atlanta Falcons Jonathan Massaquoi DE Troy Sun Belt from Baltimore [R5 - 13]
5 165 San Francisco 49ers Darius Fleming LB Notre Dame Ind. (FBS)
5 166 Cincinnati Bengals Marvin Jones WR California Pac-12 from New England [R5 - 14]
5 167 Cincinnati Bengals George Iloka S Boise State MW from New York Giants [R5 - 15]
5* 168 Oakland Raiders Juron Criner WR Arizona Pac-12
5* 169 Baltimore Ravens Asa Jackson CB Cal Poly Great West
5* 170 Indianapolis Colts Vick Ballard RB Mississippi State SEC
6 171 St. Louis Rams Greg Zuerlein K Missouri Western MIAA
6 172 Seattle Seahawks Jeremy Lane CB Northwestern State Southland from Indianapolis via Philadelphia [R6 - 1]
6 173 Washington Redskins Alfred Morris RB Florida Atlantic Sun Belt from Minnesota [R6 - 2]
6 174 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Keith Tandy CB West Virginia Big East
6 175 Minnesota Vikings Blair Walsh K Georgia SEC from Cleveland [R6 - 3]
6 176 Jacksonville Jaguars Mike Harris CB Florida State ACC
6 177 Arizona Cardinals Justin Bethel S Presbyterian Big South from Washington [R6 - 4]
6 178 Buffalo Bills Mark Asper G Oregon Pac-12
6 179 New Orleans Saints Andrew Tiller G Syracuse Big East from Miami [R6 - 5]
6 180 San Francisco 49ers Trenton Robinson S Michigan State Big Ten from Carolina [R6 - 6]
6 181 Seattle Seahawks Winston Guy S Kentucky SEC
6 182 Kansas City Chiefs Cyrus Gray RB Texas A&M Big 12
6 183 Miami Dolphins B.J. Cunningham WR Michigan State Big Ten from San Diego [R6 - 7]
6 184 Chicago Bears Isaiah Frey CB Nevada WAC
6 185 Arizona Cardinals Ryan Lindley QB San Diego State MW
6 186 Dallas Cowboys James Hanna TE Oklahoma Big 12
6 187 New York Jets Josh Bush S Wake Forest ACC from Philadelphia via Indianapolis [R6 - 8]
6 188 Denver Broncos Danny Trevathan LB Kentucky SEC from New York Jets [R6 - 9]
6 189 Oakland Raiders Christo Bilukidi DT Georgia State Ind. (FCS)
6 190 Tennessee Titans Markelle Martin S Oklahoma State Big 12
6 191 Cincinnati Bengals Dan Herron RB Ohio State Big Ten
6 191.5 Detroit Lions selection forfeited [Forfeited picks 3]
6 192 Atlanta Falcons Charles Mitchell S Mississippi State SEC
6 193 Washington Redskins Tom Compton OT South Dakota Great West from Pittsburgh [R6 - 10]
6 194 Philadelphia Eagles Marvin McNutt WR Iowa Big Ten from Denver [R6 - 11]
6 195 Houston Texans Nick Mondek OT Purdue Big Ten
6 196 Detroit Lions Jonte Green CB New Mexico State WAC from New Orleans via Miami and San Francisco [R6 - 12]
6 197 New England Patriots Nate Ebner DB Ohio State Big Ten from Green Bay [R6 - 13]
6 198 Baltimore Ravens Tommy Streeter WR Miami (FL) ACC
6 199 San Francisco 49ers Jason Slowey OT Western Oregon GNAC
6 200 Philadelphia Eagles Brandon Washington G Miami (FL) ACC from New England [R6 - 14]
6 201 New York Giants Matt McCants OT UAB C-USA
6* 202 New York Jets Terrance Ganaway RB Baylor Big 12
6* 203 New York Jets Robert Griffin G Baylor Big 12
6* 204 Cleveland Browns Emmanuel Acho LB Texas Big 12
6* 205 Cleveland Browns Billy Winn DT Boise State MW
6* 206 Indianapolis Colts LaVon Brazill WR Ohio MAC
6* 207 Carolina Panthers Brad Nortman P Wisconsin Big Ten
7 208 Indianapolis Colts Justin Anderson G Georgia SEC
7 209 St. Louis Rams Brown, AaronAaron Brown LB Hawaii WAC
7 210 Minnesota Vikings Audie Cole LB NC State ACC
7 211 Tennessee Titans Scott Solomon DE Rice C-USA from Cleveland via Minnesota [R7 - 1]
7 212 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Michael Smith RB Utah State WAC
7 213 Washington Redskins Richard Crawford CB SMU C-USA
7 214 Indianapolis Colts Fugger, TimTim Fugger LB Vanderbilt SEC from Jacksonville via New York Jets [R7 - 2]
7 215 Miami Dolphins Kheeston Randall DT Texas Big 12
7 216 Carolina Panthers D. J. Campbell S California Pac-12
7 217 Washington Redskins Jordan Bernstine CB Iowa Big Ten from Buffalo [R7 - 3]
7 218 Kansas City Chiefs Jerome Long DT San Diego State MW
7 219 Minnesota Vikings Trevor Guyton DE California Pac-12 from Seattle via Detroit [R7 - 4]
7 220 Chicago Bears Greg McCoy CB TCU MW
7 221 Arizona Cardinals Nate Potter OT Boise State MW
7 222 Dallas Cowboys Caleb McSurdy ILB Montana Big Sky
7 223 Detroit Lions Travis Lewis OLB Oklahoma Big 12 from Philadelphia via New England [R7 - 5]
7 224 New England Patriots Alfonzo Dennard CB Nebraska Big Ten from New York Jets via Green Bay [R7 - 6]
7 225 Seattle Seahawks J. R. Sweezy G NC State ACC from Oakland [R7 - 7]
7 226 San Diego Chargers David Molk C Michigan Big Ten
7 227 Miami Dolphins Rishard Matthews WR Nevada WAC from Tennessee [R7 - 8]
7 228 Jacksonville Jaguars Jeris Pendleton DT Ashland GLIAC from Cincinnati [R7 - 9]
7 229 Philadelphia Eagles Bryce Brown RB Kansas State Big 12 from Atlanta [R7 - 10]
7 230 Oakland Raiders Nathan Stupar OLB Penn State Big Ten from Detroit [R7 - 11]
7 231 Pittsburgh Steelers Toney Clemons WR Colorado Pac-12
7 232 Seattle Seahawks Greg Scruggs DE Louisville Big East from Denver via New York Jets [R7 - 12]
7 233 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Drake Dunsmore TE Northwestern Big Ten from Houston [R7 - 13]
7 234 New Orleans Saints Marcel Jones OT Nebraska Big Ten
7 235 New England Patriots Jeremy Ebert WR Northwestern Big Ten from Green Bay [R7 - 14]
7 236 Baltimore Ravens DeAngelo Tyson DT Georgia SEC
7 237 San Francisco 49ers Cam Johnson DE Virginia ACC
7 238 Kansas City Chiefs Junior Hemingway WR Michigan Big Ten from New England [R7 - 15]
7 239 New York Giants Markus Kuhn DT NC State ACC
7* 240 Pittsburgh Steelers David Paulson TE Oregon Pac-12
7* 241 Green Bay Packers Andrew Datko OT Florida State ACC
7* 242 New York Jets Antonio Allen S South Carolina SEC
7* 243 Green Bay Packers B. J. Coleman QB Chattanooga SoCon
7* 244 New York Jets Jordan White WR Western Michigan MAC
7* 245 Cleveland Browns Trevin Wade CB Arizona Pac-12
7* 246 Pittsburgh Steelers Terrence Frederick CB Texas A&M Big 12
7* 247 Cleveland Browns Brad Smelley TE Alabama SEC
7* 248 Pittsburgh Steelers Kelvin Beachum G SMU C-USA
7* 249 Atlanta Falcons Travian Robertson DT South Carolina SEC
7* 250 San Diego Chargers Edwin Baker RB Michigan State Big Ten
7* 251 Buffalo Bills John Potter K Western Michigan MAC
7^ 252 St. Louis Rams Daryl Richardson RB Abilene Christian LSC
7^ 253 Indianapolis Colts Chandler Harnish QB NIU MAC

Supplemental draft

A supplemental draft was held on July 12, 2012. For each player selected in the supplemental draft, the team forfeits its pick in that round in the draft of the following season. 8 players were available, but only 1 was selected.[24]

Rnd. Pick # NFL team Player Pos. College Conf. Notes
2 - Cleveland Browns Josh Gordon WR Baylor Big 12

Notable undrafted players

= Pro Bowler[N 1]
Original NFL team Player Pos. College Conf. Notes
Atlanta Falcons Josh Harris LS Auburn SEC
Atlanta Falcons Peyton Thompson S San Jose State WAC
Baltimore Ravens Deonte Thompson WR Florida SEC
Baltimore Ravens Justin Tucker K Texas Big 12
Buffalo Bills Shawn Powell P Florida State ACC
Chicago Bears Ryan Quigley P Boston College ACC
Cincinnati Bengals Vontaze Burfict LB Arizona State Pac-12
Cincinnati Bengals Trevor Robinson C Notre Dame Ind. (FBS)
Cleveland Browns L. J. Fort LB Northern Iowa MVFC
Cleveland Browns Tashaun Gipson S Wyoming MW
Dallas Cowboys Cole Beasley WR SMU C-USA
Dallas Cowboys Ronald Leary G Memphis C-USA
Dallas Cowboys Jamize Olawale FB North Texas Sun Belt
Denver Broncos Aaron Brewer LS San Diego State MW
Denver Broncos Duke Ihenacho S San Jose State WAC
Denver Broncos Mike Remmers OT Oregon State Pac-12
Detroit Lions Kellen Moore QB Boise State MW
Green Bay Packers Don Barclay OT West Virginia Big East
Green Bay Packers Dezman Moses LB Tulane C-USA
Green Bay Packers Greg Van Roten C Penn Ivy
Houston Texans Case Keenum QB Houston C-USA
Jacksonville Jaguars Valentino Blake CB UTEP C-USA
Jacksonville Jaguars Drew Nowak C Western Michigan MAC
Minnesota Vikings Austin Pasztor OT Virginia ACC
New England Patriots Brandon Bolden RB Ole Miss SEC
New York Jets Damon Harrison DT William Penn MSFA
Oakland Raiders Marquette King P Fort Valley State SIAC
Oakland Raiders Lucas Nix G Pittsburgh Big East
San Francisco 49ers Garrett Celek TE Michigan State Big Ten
San Francisco 49ers Michael Thomas S Stanford Pac-12
St. Louis Rams Austin Davis QB Southern Miss C-USA
St. Louis Rams Johnny Hekker P Oregon State Pac-12
St. Louis Rams Rodney McLeod FS Virginia ACC
Seattle Seahawks Derrick Coleman FB UCLA Pac-12
Seattle Seahawks Sean McGrath TE Henderson State GAC
Seattle Seahawks Jermaine Kearse WR Washington Pac-12
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Andrew DePaola LS Rutgers Big East
New Orleans Saints Erik Harris S California (PA) PSAC

Trades

In the explanations below, (D) denotes trades that took place during the draft, while (PD) indicates trades completed pre-draft.

Round one
  1. ^ No. 2: St. Louis → Washington (PD). St. Louis traded this selection to Washington for first-round selections in 2012 (6th), 2013 (22nd), and 2014 (2nd), and a 2012 second-round selection (39th).[source 1] After a number of subsequent trades over the next two drafts, St. Louis ended up turning this pick (and its 2013 sixth-round selection) into the following players: OT Greg Robinson, LB Alec Ogletree, WR Stedman Bailey, RBs Zac Stacy and Isaiah Pead, DT Michael Brockers, CB Janoris Jenkins and G Rokevious Watkins.[source 2]
  2. ^ No. 3: Minnesota → Cleveland (PD). Minnesota traded this selection to Cleveland for their first (4th), fourth (118th), fifth (139th), and seventh round (211th) selections this year.[source 3]
  3. ^ No. 4: Cleveland → Minnesota (PD). see No. 3: Minnesota → Browns.[source 3]
  4. ^ No. 5: Tampa Bay → Jacksonville (D). Tampa Bay traded this selection to Jacksonville for their first (7th) and fourth round (101st) selections this year.[source 4]
  5. ^ No. 6: multiple trades:
    No. 6: Washington → St. Louis (PD). see No. 2: St. Louis → Washington.[source 1]
    No. 6: St. Louis → Dallas (D). St. Louis traded this selection to Dallas for their first (14th) and second round (45th) selections this year.[source 5]
  6. ^ No. 7: Jacksonville → Tampa Bay (D). see No. 5: Tampa Bay → Jacksonville.[source 4]
  7. ^ No. 12: Seattle → Philadelphia (D). Seattle traded this selection to Philadelphia for their first (15th), fourth (114th), and sixth round (172nd) selections this year.[source 6]
  8. ^ No. 14: Dallas → St. Louis (D). see No. 6: St. Louis → Dallas.[source 5]
  9. ^ No. 15: Philadelphia → Seattle (D). see No. 12: Seattle → Philadelphia.[source 6]
  10. ^ No. 17: Oakland → Cincinnati (PD). Oakland traded this selection and their 2013 second-round selection (37th) to Cincinnati for quarterback Carson Palmer. The 2013 selection would have become Oakland's first-rounder if Oakland had made it to the 2012–13 AFC Championship game.[source 7][source 8]
  11. ^ No. 21: Cincinnati → New England (D). Cincinnati traded this selection to New England for their first (27th) and third round (93rd) selections this year.[source 9]
  12. ^ No. 22: Atlanta → Cleveland (PD). Atlanta traded this selection, a fourth-round (118th) selection, and their first-, second-, and fourth-round selections in the 2011 NFL Draft (No. 27, after all trades and the clock expiring on their original pick, Baltimore selected Jimmy Smith; No. 59, Cleveland selected Greg Little; and No. 124, Cleveland selected Owen Marecic) to Cleveland for Cleveland's 2011 first-round selection (No. 6, used to select Julio Jones).[source 10]
  13. ^ No. 25: Denver → New England (D). Denver traded this selection to New England for their first (31st) and fourth round (126th) selections this year.[source 9]
  14. ^ No. 27: multiple trades:
    No. 27: New Orleans → New England (PD). New Orleans traded this selection and their 2011 second-round selection (No. 56, New England selected Shane Vereen) to New England for New England's first-round selection in the 2011 Draft (No. 28, New Orleans selected Mark Ingram).[source 11]
    No. 27: New England → Cincinnati (D). see No. 21: Cincinnati → New England.[source 9]
  15. ^ No. 29: Baltimore → Minnesota (D). Baltimore traded this selection to Minnesota for their second (35th) and fourth round (98th) selections this year.[source 12]
  16. ^ No. 31: multiple trades:
    No. 31: New England → Denver (D). see No. 25: Denver → New England.[source 9]
    No. 31: Denver → Tampa Bay (D). Denver traded this selection and their fourth round (126th) selection to Tampa for their second (36th) and fourth round (101st) selections this year.[source 13]
Round two
  1. ^ No. 35: Minnesota → Baltimore (D). see No. 29: Baltimore → Minnesota.[source 12]
  2. ^ No. 36: Tampa Bay → Denver (D). see No. 31: Denver → Tampa Bay.[source 13]
  3. ^ No. 39: Washington → St. Louis (PD). see No. 2: St. Louis → Washington.[source 1]
  4. ^ No. 43: Seattle → New York Jets (D). Seattle traded this selection to the New York Jets for New York's second (47th), fifth (154th), and seventh round (232nd) selections.[source 14]
  5. ^ No. 45: multiple trades:
    No. 45: Dallas → St. Louis (D). see No. 6: St. Louis → Dallas.[source 5]
    No. 45: St. Louis → Chicago (D). St. Louis traded this selection to Chicago for their second (50th) and fifth round (150th) selections this year.[source 15]
  6. ^ No. 47: New York Jets → Seattle (D). see No. 43: Seattle → New York Jets.[source 14]
  7. ^ No. 48: Oakland → New England (PD). Oakland traded this selection and a 2011 seventh-round selection (No. 219, New England selected Malcolm Williams) to New England for New England's third- and fourth-round selections in 2011 (Nos. 92 and 125, Oakland selected Joseph Barksdale and Taiwan Jones, respectively).[source 16]
  8. ^ No. 50: Chicago → St. Louis (D). see No. 45: St. Louis → Chicago.[source 15]
  9. ^ No. 51: multiple trades:
    No. 51: Arizona → Philadelphia (PD). Arizona traded this selection and CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie to Philadelphia for QB Kevin Kolb.[source 17]
    No. 51: Philadelphia → Green Bay (D). Philadelphia traded this selection to Green Bay for their second (59th) and fourth round (123rd) selections.[source 18]
  10. ^ No. 58: Houson → Tampa Bay (D). Houston traded this selection and their seventh round (233rd) selection to Tampa Bay for their third (68th) and fourth round (126th) selections.[source 19]
  11. ^ No. 59: Green Bay → Philadelphia (D). see No. 51: Philadelphia → Green Bay.[source 18]
  12. ^ No. 62: New England → Green Bay (D). New England traded this selection to Green Bay for their third (90th) and fifth round (163rd) selections.[source 20]
Round three
  1. ^ No. 67: Cleveland → Denver (D). Cleveland traded this selection to Denver for their third (87th) and fourth round (120th) selections.[source 21]
  2. ^ No. 68: Tampa Bay → Houston (D). see No. 58: Houston → Tampa Bay.[source 19]
  3. ^ No. 69: Washington → Buffalo (D). Washington traded this selection to Buffalo for their third (71st) and seventh round (217th) selections.[source 22]
  4. ^ No. 71: Buffalo → Washington (D). see No. 69: Washington → Buffalo.[source 22]
  5. ^ No. 73: multiple trades:
    No. 73: Carolina → Chicago (PD). Carolina traded this selection to Chicago for tight end Greg Olsen.[source 23]
    No. 73: Chicago → Miami (PD). Chicago traded this selection and a 2013 third-round selection (82nd) to Miami for wide receiver Brandon Marshall.[source 24]
    No. 73: Miami → San Diego (D). Miami traded this selection to San Diego for their third (78th) and sixth round (183rd) selections.[source 25]
  6. ^ No. 76: Philadelphia → Houston (PD). Philadelphia traded this selection and their fourth-round (99th) selection to Houston for linebacker DeMeco Ryans and a third-round selection (88th).[source 26]
  7. ^ No. 78: San Diego → Miami (D). see No. 73: Miami → San Diego.[source 25]
  8. ^ No. 84: Atlanta → Baltimore (D). Atlanta traded this selection to Baltimore for their third (91st) and fifth round (164th) selections.[source 27]
  9. ^ No. 87: Denver → Cleveland (D). see No. 67: Cleveland → Denver.[source 21]
  10. ^ No. 88: Houston → Philadelphia (PD). see No. 76: Philadelphia → Houston.[source 26]
  11. ^ No. 90: Green Bay → New England (D). see No. 62: New England → Green Bay.[source 20]
  12. ^ No. 91: Baltimore → Atlanta (D). see No. 84: Atlanta → Baltimore.[source 27]
  13. ^ No. 92: San Francisco → Indianapolis (D). San Francisco traded this selection to Indianapolis for their fourth round (97th) selection and a fifth round selection in 2013 (157th).[source 28]
  14. ^ No. 93: New England → Cincinnati (D). see No. 21: Cincinnati → New England.[source 9]
Round four
  1. ^ No. 97: multiple trades:
    No. 97: Indianapolis → San Francisco (D). see No. 92: San Francisco → Indianapolis.[source 28]
    No. 97: San Francisco → Miami (D). San Francisco traded this selection to Miami for their fourth round selection (103rd), a sixth round selection (196th), and a sixth round selection in 2013 (180th).[source 29]
  2. ^ No. 98: Minnesota → Baltimore (D). see No. 29: Baltimore → Minnesota.[source 12]
  3. ^ No. 99: multiple trades:
    No. 99: Tampa Bay → Philadelphia (PD). Tampa Bay traded this selection to Philadelphia with a fourth-round pick in 2011 (No. 116, Philadelphia selected Casey Matthews) for a fourth-round pick in 2011 (No. 104, Tampa Bay selected Luke Stocker).[source 30]
    No. 99: Philadelphia → Houston (PD). see No. 76: Philadelphia → Houston.[source 26]
  4. ^ No. 101: multiple trades:
    No. 101: Jacksonville → Tampa Bay (D). see No. 5: Tampa Bay → Jacksonville.[source 4]
    No. 101: Tampa Bay → Denver (D). see No. 31: Denver → Tampa Bay.[source 13]
  5. ^ No. 103: multiple trades:
    No. 103: Miami → San Francisco (D). see No. 97: San Francisco → Miami.[source 29]
    No. 103: San Francisco → Carolina (D). San Francisco traded this selection to Carolina for their sixth round selection (180th) and a third round selection in 2013 (74th).[source 31]
  6. ^ No. 108: New York Jets → Denver (PD). The Jets traded this selection and a sixth-round selection (188th) to Denver for quarterback Tim Tebow and a seventh-round selection (232nd).[source 32]
  7. ^ No. 109: multiple trades:
    No. 109: Oakland → Washington (PD). Oakland traded this selection to Washington for quarterback Jason Campbell.[source 33]
    No. 109: Washington → Pittsburgh (D). Washington traded this selection to Pittsburgh for their fourth (119th) and sixth round selections (193rd).[source 34]
  8. ^ No. 114: Philadelphia → Seattle (D). see No. 12: Seattle → Philadelphia.[source 6]
  9. ^ No. 117: Detroit → San Francisco (D). Detroit traded this selection to San Francisco for their fourth (125th) and sixth round selections (196th).[source 35]
  10. ^ No. 118: multiple trades:
    No. 118: Atlanta → Cleveland (PD). see No. 22: Atlanta → Cleveland.[source 10]
    No. 118: Cleveland → Minnesota (PD). see No. 3: Minnesota → Cleveland.[source 3]
  11. ^ No. 119: Pittsburgh → Washington (D). see No. 109: Washington → Pittsburgh.[source 34]
  12. ^ No. 120: Denver → Cleveland (D). see No. 67: Cleveland → Denver.[source 21]
  13. ^ No. 123: Green Bay → Philadelphia (D). see No. 51: Philadelphia → Green Bay.[source 18]
  14. ^ No. 124: Baltimore → Buffalo (PD). Baltimore traded this selection to Buffalo for wide receiver Lee Evans.[source 36]
  15. ^ No. 125: San Francisco → Detroit(D). see No. 117: Detroit → San Francisco.[source 35]
  16. ^ No. 126: multiple trades:
    No. 126: New England → Denver (D). see No. 25: Denver → New England.[source 9]
    No. 126: Denver → Tampa Bay (D). see No. 31: Denver → Tampa Bay.[source 13]
    No. 126: Tampa Bay → Houston (D). see No. 58: Houston → Tampa Bay.[source 19]
Round five
  1. ^ No. 137: St. Louis → Denver (PD). St. Louis traded a conditional sixth-round selection to Denver in exchange for wide receiver Brandon Lloyd; the selection was later upgraded to a fifth-rounder after a condition was met in which Lloyd made a minimum of 30 receptions with St. Louis during the 2011 season.[source 37]
  2. ^ No. 138: Minnesota → Detroit (D). Minnesota traded this selection and their seventh round selection (223rd) to Detroit for their seventh round selection (219th) and a fourth round selection in 2013 (102nd).[source 38]
  3. ^ No. 139: Cleveland → Minnesota (PD). see No. 3: Minnesota → Cleveland.[source 3]
  4. ^ No. 145: Miami → Tennessee (D). Miami traded this selection to Tennessee for their fifth (155th) and seventh round (227th) selections.[source 39]
  5. ^ No. 147: Seattle → Buffalo (PD). Seattle traded this selection and a 2011 fourth-round selection (No. 122, Buffalo selected Chris Hairston) to Buffalo for running back Marshawn Lynch.[source 40]
  6. ^ No. 148: Oakland → Detroit (D). Oakland traded this selection to Detroit for their fifth (158th) and seventh-round selections (230th) this year.[source 41]
  7. ^ No. 150: Chicago → St. Louis (D). see No. 45: St. Louis → Chicago.[source 15]
  8. ^ No. 154: New York Jets → Seattle (D). see No. 43: Seattle → New York Jets.[source 14]
  9. ^ No. 155: Tennessee → Miami (D). see No. 145: Miami → Tennessee.[source 39]
  10. ^ No. 158: Detroit → Oakland (D). see No. 148: Oakland → Detroit.[source 41]
  11. ^ No. 160: Denver → Cleveland (PD). Denver traded this selection and a 2011 sixth-round selection to Cleveland for quarterback Brady Quinn.[source 42]
  12. ^ No. 163: multiple trades:
    No. 163: Green Bay → New England (D). see No. 62: New England → Green Bay.[source 20]
    No. 163: New England → Green Bay (D). New England traded this selection to Green Bay for their sixth round selection (197th) and two seventh round selections (224th and 235th).[source 43]
  13. ^ No. 164: Baltimore → Atlanta (D). see No. 84: Atlanta → Baltimore.[source 27]
  14. ^ No. 166: New England → Cincinnati (PD). New England traded this selection and a 2013 sixth-round selection (197th) to Cincinnati for wide receiver Chad Ochocinco.[source 44]
  15. ^ No. 167: New York Giants → Cincinnati (PD). The Giants traded this selection to Cincinnati for linebacker Keith Rivers.[source 45]
Round six
  1. ^ No. 172: multiple trades:
    No. 172: Indianapolis → Philadelphia (PD). Indianapolis traded this selection to Philadelphia for offensive tackle Winston Justice and a sixth-round selection (187th) .[source 46]
    No. 172: Philadelphia → Seattle (D). see No. 12: Seattle → Philadelphia.[source 6]
  2. ^ No. 173: Minnesota → Washington (PD). Minnesota traded this selection to Washington for quarterback Donovan McNabb.[source 47] The trade also included a condition for the Vikings to add a sixth-round pick in the 2013 draft, but McNabb did not reach the playing time benchmarks that would have triggered the additional compensation.[22]
  3. ^ No. 175: Cleveland → Minnesota (PD). Cleveland traded this selection to Minnesota for defensive end Jayme Mitchell.[source 48]
  4. ^ No. 177: Washington → Arizona (PD). Washington traded defensive end Vonnie Holliday and this selection to Arizona in exchange for running back Tim Hightower.[source 49]
  5. ^ No. 179: Miami → New Orleans (PD). Miami traded this selection to New Orleans for running back Reggie Bush and a sixth-round selection (196th) .[source 50]
  6. ^ No. 180: Carolina → San Francisco (D). see No. 103: San Francisco → Carolina.[source 31]
  7. ^ No. 183: San Diego → Miami (D). see No. 73: Miami → San Diego.[source 25]
  8. ^ No. 187: multiple trades:
    No. 187: Philadelphia → Indianapolis (PD). see No. 172: Indianapolis → Philadelphia.[source 46]
    No. 187: Indianapolis → New York Jets (PD). Indianapolis traded this selection to New York Jets for quarterback Drew Stanton and a seventh-round selection (214th).[source 51]
  9. ^ No. 188: New York Jets → Denver (PD). see No. 108: New York Jets → Denver.[source 32]
  10. ^ No. 193: Pittsburgh → Washington (D). see No. 109: Washington → Pittsburgh.[source 34]
  11. ^ No. 194: Denver → Philadelphia (PD). Denver traded this selection to Philadelphia for linebacker Joe Mays. Denver originally sent running back J. J. Arrington to Philadelphia, with the condition that if Arrington did not make Philadelphia's 53-man roster, Denver would instead send the sixth-round selection.[source 52]
  12. ^ No. 196: multiple trades:
    No. 196: New Orleans → Miami (PD). see No. 179: Miami → New Orleans.[source 50]
    No. 196: Miami → San Francisco (D). see No. 97: San Francisco → Miami.[source 29]
    No. 196: San Francisco → Detroit(D). see No. 117: Detroit → San Francisco.[source 35]
  13. ^ No. 197: Green Bay → New England (D). see No. 163: Green Bay → New England.[source 43]
  14. ^ No. 200: New England → Philadelphia (PD). New England traded this selection to Philadelphia for linebacker Tracy White and a seventh-round selection (223rd).[source 53]
Round seven
  1. ^ No. 211: multiple trades:
    No. 211: Cleveland → Minnesota (PD). see No. 3: Minnesota → Cleveland.[source 3]
    No. 211: Minnesota → Tennessee (D). Minnesota traded this selection to Tennessee for a sixth round selection in 2013 (176th).[source 54]
  2. ^ No. 214: multiple trades:
    No. 214: Jacksonville → New York Jets (PD). Jacksonville traded this selection to the New York Jets for defensive back Dwight Lowery.[source 55]
    No. 214: New York Jets → Indianapolis (PD). see No. 187: Indianapolis → New York Jets.[source 51]
  3. ^ No. 217: Buffalo → Washington (D). see No. 69: Washington → Buffalo.[source 22]
  4. ^ No. 219: multiple trades:
    No. 219: Seattle → Detroit (PD). Seattle traded this selection to Detroit for offensive tackle Tyler Polumbus.[source 56]
    No. 219: Detroit → Minnesota (D). see No. 138: Minnesota → Detroit.[source 38]
  5. ^ No. 223: multiple trades:
    No. 223: Philadelphia → New England (PD). see No. 200: New England → Philadelphia.[source 53]
    No. 223: New England → Minnesota (PD). New England traded this selection and wide receiver Randy Moss to Minnesota for a 2011 third-round selection (No. 74, New England selected Ryan Mallett).[source 57]
    No. 223: Minnesota → Detroit (D). see No. 138: Minnesota → Detroit.[source 38]
  6. ^ No. 224: multiple trades:
    No. 224: New York Jets → Green Bay (PD). The Jets traded this selection to Green Bay in exchange for guard Caleb Schlauderaff.[source 58]
    No. 224: Green Bay → New England (D). see No. 163: New England → Green Bay.[source 43]
  7. ^ No. 225: Oakland → Seattle (PD). Oakland traded this selection and a conditional mid-round selection in the 2013 NFL Draft to Seattle for linebacker Aaron Curry.[source 59] The 2013 selection became the Raiders fifth-rounder (138th) after Curry lasted barely more than a year before getting cut by the Raiders.[source 60]
  8. ^ No. 227: Tennessee → Miami (D). see No. 145: Miami → Tennessee.[source 39]
  9. ^ No. 228: Cincinnati → Jacksonville (PD). Cincinnati traded this selection and cornerback David Jones to Jacksonville for safety Reggie Nelson.[source 61]
  10. ^ No. 229: Atlanta → Philadelphia (PD). Atlanta traded this selection to Philadelphia for cornerback Asante Samuel.[source 62]
  11. ^ No. 230: Detroit → Oakland (D). see No. 148: Oakland → Detroit.[source 41]
  12. ^ No. 232: multiple trades:
    No. 232: Denver → New York Jets (PD). see No. 108: New York Jets → Denver.[source 32]
    No. 232: New York Jets → Seattle (D). see No. 43: Seattle → New York Jets.[source 14]
  13. ^ No. 233: Houston → Tampa Bay (D). see No. 58: Houston → Tampa Bay.[source 19]
  14. ^ No. 235: Green Bay → New England (D). see No. 163: Green Bay → New England.[source 43]
  15. ^ No. 238: New England → Kansas City (PD). New England traded this conditional selection to Kansas City for safety Jarrad Page.[source 63]

Forfeited picks

Three picks in the 2012 draft were forfeited:

  1. ^ New Orleans forfeited its second-round selection as well as a 2013 second-round selection as part of the punishment for the team's bounty scandal.[20]
  2. ^ Oakland forfeited its third-round selection after selecting quarterback Terrelle Pryor in the 2011 Supplemental Draft.[21]
  3. ^ Detroit forfeited its sixth-round selection due to findings of tampering consisting of comments made by defensive coordinator Gunther Cunningham about certain Kansas City Chiefs' players.[23]

Selections by conference

Selection totals by college conference (including supplemental draft)[25]

# Conference Players
selected
Division
1 Southeastern Conference 42 I FBS
2 Big Ten Conference 41 I FBS
3 Atlantic Coast Conference 31 I FBS
4 Pac-12 Conference 28 I FBS
5 Big 12 Conference 26 I FBS
6 Big East Conference 12 I FBS
6 Mountain West Conference 12 I FBS
8 Western Athletic Conference 11 I FBS
9 Conference USA 10 I FBS
10 Mid-American Conference 8 I FBS
11 Sun Belt Conference 6 I FBS
12 Independent 5 I FBS
13 Big Sky Conference 3 I FCS
13 Southern Conference 3 I FCS
15 Big South Conference 2 I FCS
15 Colonial Athletic Association 2 I FCS
15 Great West Conference 2 I FCS
15 Lone Star Conference 2 II
19 Canada West Universities Athletic Association 1 CIS
19 Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference 1 II
19 Great Northwest Athletic Conference 1 II
19 Gulf South Conference 1 II
19 Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association 1 III
19 Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association 1 II
19 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference 1 I FCS
19 Southland Conference 1 I FCS

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