The 2012 NFL Draft has concluded its’ first three rounds, but that does not mean that the third and final day that wraps up with rounds four through seven do not offer plenty of hidden gems. With so many reaches during the first two days, that means that some of the players projected to go earlier are still on the board.
The final four rounds are often when general managers earn their pay. This is the point where you count on your scouts to help guide you to selecting the next Tom Brady in the sixth round. Picking Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III were the easy choices. They were all the consensus. Now is the time where you separate yourself from the rest of the league in drafting the players who can fit into your system, all while paying them far less than those who were drafted during the first two days.
With that being said, here is a look at the best fits for the top 10 remaining prospects in the 2012 NFL Draft: