2012 NFL Draft: Analysis of Five Guys Not Named Andrew Luck Who’ll Hit It Big

February 3, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

A 2012 NFL Draft preview without Andrew Luck is like Ron Artest without eccentricity. It just isn't logical.
That’s precisely why I’m excluding Stanford’s star quarterback. To talk about the most obvious player associated with next April’s event would be both redundant and pointless.
His name will be “mocked-out” beyond belief before 2012 rolls around, and everyone who follows the draft is well aware of the extreme likelihood of his going No. 1 overall, just as the case probably would have been this year had he not decided to return to Palo Alto.
In no particular order, here are five other college studs who’ll make a huge splash—and a ton of “green”—next spring.
1. Matt Kalil, OLT, USC—The chief protector for “Golden Trojan” Matt Barkley, Kalil embodies the mold of the cornerstone left tackle. It’s a money-making position for those with the requisite size, arm ...

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