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    KO predicted to go #29 to Ravens

    Andrew Luck, Robert Griffin III top our first 2012 NFL mock draft - Andrew Perloff - SI.com

    Baltimore is a good organization, a perk of going late in the first round.



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    Re: KO predicted to go #29 to Ravens

    I hope he goes in the first.

    I don't like the Broncos pick. They don't need a te and definitely not in the first. cb, lb or wr.



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    Re: KO predicted to go #29 to Ravens

    i wanted blackmon to go to the bikes



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    Re: KO predicted to go #29 to Ravens

    as a bronco fan, I want WR Sanu from Rutgers, Dont'a Hightower from Alabama LB, or Alphonso Dennard CB from Nebraska



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    Re: KO predicted to go #29 to Ravens

    Quote Originally Posted by creightonclone View Post
    Andrew Luck, Robert Griffin III top our first 2012 NFL mock draft - Andrew Perloff - SI.com

    Baltimore is a good organization, a perk of going late in the first round.
    I've seen him as high as #24 to the Steelers, which would be awesome for me.

    There are actually a LOT of good OG candidates in this draft. I've seen as many as 3 in the first round of mocks which is a lot more than usual.


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    Re: KO predicted to go #29 to Ravens

    I think he goes 2nd round unfortunately.



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    Re: KO predicted to go #29 to Ravens

    Quote Originally Posted by isuno1fan View Post
    I think he goes 2nd round unfortunately.
    I agree, but that still would be big.

    It would be the first time since 1990 Iowa State had a player drafted as high as the second round.


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