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2012 NFL Draft : Round 5

Updated: Mar 11, 2019 07:01 pm (ET)

Draft date: April 26th, 2012 @ 10:00 PM, in New York, NY

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ROUND 5


  • Country

    United States

  • Height

    6' 1"

  • Weight

    310

  • School

    Alabama

  • Scouting Report

    Chapman is one of a handful of pure nose tackles in this draft, and his girth could allow him to occupy several blockers at once...


  • Country

    United States

  • Height

    6' 5"

  • Weight

    265

  • School

    Tennessee

  • Scouting Report

    Malik Jackson is a player that could jump in to a team's 4-man defensive end rotation right away...


  • Country

    United States

  • Height

    6' 2"

  • Weight

    228

  • School

    Temple


  • Country

    United States

  • Height

    6' 0"

  • Weight

    200

  • School

    Notre Dame

  • Scouting Report

    Blanton is an aggressive corner who was quite productive at Notre Dame...


  • Country

    United States

  • Height

    6' 4"

  • Weight

    280

  • School

    Iowa


  • Country

    United States

  • Height

    6' 2"

  • Weight

    190

  • School

    Coastal Carolina

  • Scouting Report

    Norman might not have gotten much recognition playing at Coastal Carolina, but after the East-West Shrine game he caught the attention of a lot of scouts...


  • Country

    United States

  • Height

    6' 6"

  • Weight

    287

  • School

    SMU


  • Country

    United States

  • Height

    6' 0"

  • Weight

    198

  • School

    Alabama

  • Scouting Report

    Dre Kirkpatrick got a lot of attention at cornerback in Alabama, but it was DeQuan Menzie who had to put in most of the grunt work...


  • Country

    United States

  • Height

    6' 2"

  • Weight

    232

  • School

    TCU

  • Scouting Report

    Tank Carder had a great career at TCU, although his sophomore year might have been his best where he had 10 tackles for a loss and 10 pass break-ups...


  • Country

    United States

  • Height

    6' 4"

  • Weight

    340

  • School

    South Carolina

  • Scouting Report

    Watkins is a strong player from South Carolina who could play both guard and tackle...


  • Country

    United States

  • Height

    6' 3"

  • Weight

    302

  • School

    Washington

  • Scouting Report

    Kelemete is a brawler who played tackle at Washington but will be a great fit inside at guard in the pros...


  • Country

    United States

  • Height

    6' 0"

  • Weight

    200

  • School

    Virginia Tech


  • Country

    United States

  • Height

    6' 8"

  • Weight

    306

  • School

    Purdue


  • Country

    United States

  • Height

    6' 2"

  • Weight

    233

  • School

    Idaho


  • Country

    United States

  • Height

    6' 3"

  • Weight

    230

  • School

    Oregon

  • Scouting Report

    Kaddu is a natural athlete who, once he works on his techniques, could be a force on the outside...


  • Country

    United States

  • Height

    5' 11"

  • Weight

    172

  • School

    Iowa

  • Scouting Report

    Shaun Prater is a little short, but he makes up for it with his speed...


  • Country

    United States

  • Height

    6' 0"

  • Weight

    245

  • School

    Wisconsin


  • Country

    United States

  • Height

    6' 5"

  • Weight

    256

  • School

    Penn State

  • Scouting Report

    Crawford is a natural defensive end who is very solid against the run and uses his arms well to wrap up...


  • Country

    United States

  • Height

    5' 9"

  • Weight

    174

  • School

    Florida

  • Scouting Report

    Chris Rainey is a ridiculously fast back who would be a great change of pace to any big back...


  • Country

    United States

  • Height

    6' 8"

  • Weight

    320

  • School

    Colorado

  • Scouting Report

    Miller might be the biggest player in this draft at close to 6'8" and over 300 pounds...


  • Country

    United States

  • Height

    5' 9"

  • Weight

    205

  • School

    Texas A&M

  • Scouting Report

    This Lou Groza Award winner was a consensus All-American after leading the NCAA in field goals made...


  • Country

    United States

  • Height

    6' 1"

  • Weight

    210

  • School

    Samford


  • Country

    United States

  • Height

    6' 3"

  • Weight

    233

  • School

    NC State

  • Scouting Report

    Manning has raw, incredible strength as a linebacker, and showed that he has some pass rushing ability in his junior year at N...


  • Country

    United States

  • Height

    6' 2"

  • Weight

    251

  • School

    Troy

  • Scouting Report

    Jonathan Massaquoi might have been a first round pick if the draft were last year based on the potential he showed as a sophomore, but after seeing more coverage in his junior year he regressed slightly...


  • Country

    United States

  • Height

    6' 2"

  • Weight

    200

  • School

    Cal


  • Country

    United States

  • Height

    6' 3"

  • Weight

    207

  • School

    Boise State

  • Scouting Report

    George Iloka was a quiet reason for Boise State's success the last four years, and his strong coverage ability will translate well to the NFL...


  • Country

    United States

  • Height

    6' 4"

  • Weight

    210

  • School

    Arizona

  • Scouting Report

    He's had some character issues at Arizona, but his 2000+ yards and 22 touchdowns the last two years might force GM's to overlook that...


  • Country

    United States

  • Height

    5' 10"

  • Weight

    188

  • School

    Cal Poly

  • Scouting Report

    Asa Jackson was able to start in the Senior Bowl and proved throughout the week that he could play with the big boys...


  • Country

    United States

  • Height

    5' 11"

  • Weight

    215

  • School

    Mississippi State

  • Scouting Report

    He has good patience letting the play develop, using his vision to find the holes, and the size to burst through them, break tackles, and get in the end-zone as shown by his 29 rushing touchdowns the last two years...