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2012 NFL draft prospects

Posted on: May 22, 2011 3:27 pm
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Michigan state has had some very weak draft classes over the past six years. However this years team is filled withd talent that could produce several solid NFL players here are my top 4 eligible players for this years draft.


1. Jerel Worthy, DT: this guy is an obvious choice he is quick and athletic at his registered weight of 310 lbs. He is constantly double teamed, but neeeds to find a way to get through some of those double teams. I believe he will have a big time year  and prove he deserves that top five pick he is being perdicted as.


2.Kirk cousins, QB: this is a tough choice here. Kirk has the size to play in the NFL, he has good arm strength, very good accuracy. However, his decision making can be questioning at times. He panics when pressure comes and will typically thow a bad pass that is intercepted. For him to work his way into the first round, which he has the talent to do he will have to have a good season. My best guess? Some where around 3,000 yards passing, 25 TD's and only 7or 9 interceptions. If he does that he could be any where between the 5th or 3rd best QB in this draft.


3.Joel Foreman, G: Joel has been a four nyear starter four michigan state and has been the best offensive linemen for all of those years. He has good size and strength has been very solid against top competion. He was one of the best pulling guards I have ever ween. However, he doesn't have great speed and isn't known well throughout the country and even most Spartan fans don't know who he is. But he is very solid and could go any where from the Mid second to mid third.


4.Trenton Robinson, FS: Trent is a former walk-on who always seems to have a chip on his shoulder when he is out on that field which is definetly not a bad thing. He constantly making play whether it's interceptions, big hits, or breaking up passes. He has a tendency to bit on play-action or be to aggresive in coverage but other than that he is a solid mid round pick, that could be a steal.          
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