4.01 Rams WR Chris Givens Wake Forest 4.02 Dolphins RB Lamar Miller Miami 4.03 Ravens OL Gino Gradkowski Delaware 4.04 Texans OL Ben Jones Georgia 4.05 Browns WR Travis Benjamin Miami 4.06 Broncos DB Omar Bolden Arizona State 4.07 Redskins QB Kirk Cousins Michigan State 4.08 Panthers DL Frank Alexander Oklahoma 4.09 Panthers WR Joe Adams Arkansas 4.10 Bills LB Nigel Bradham Florida State 4.11 Seahawks RB Robert Turbin Utah State 4.12 Chiefs WR Devon Wylie Fresno State 4.13 Broncos OL Philip Blake Baylor 4.14 Steelers DL Alameda Ta'Amu Washington 4.15 Chargers TE Ladarius Green Louisiana-Lafayette 4.16 Bears TE Evan Rodriguez Temple 4.17 Cardinals OL Bobby Massie Mississippi 4.18 Cowboys LB Kyle Wilber Wake Forest 4.19 Seahawks DL Jaye Howard Florida 4.20 Titans DB Coty Sensabaugh Clemson 4.21 Bengals TE Orson Charles Georgia 4.22 49ers OL Joe Looney Wake Forest 4.23 Vikings WR Jarius Wright Arkansas 4.24 Redskins LB Keenan Robinson Texas 4.25 Browns LB James-Michael Johnson Nevada-Reno 4.26 Texans WR Keshawn Martin Michigan State
2012 NFL Draft - General Discussion - Round 4
Posted 28 April 2012 - 08:34 AM
Posted 28 April 2012 - 11:17 AM
"But it's the Presidential election where the average citizens come out. The ones who hardly even know there are midterms, let alone research and/or vote for them. And you guys haven't fared so well recently." -- NewbieJr, explaining that Democrats are uninformed and uninterested.
Posted 28 April 2012 - 12:03 PM
Miller was good value too. Probably going to take him a few years to be FF relevant though. Well see how things pan out with Daniel Thomas... Was hoping Miller went to DET or GB.
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