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Nawrocki's pick-by-pick analysis

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The 2012 NFL draft began with Indianapolis selecting Stanford QB Andrew Luck and ended with the Colts choosing another quarterback, Northern Illinois QB Chandler Harnish. Throughout the three-day event, Pro Football Weekly personnel evaluator Nolan Nawrocki provided a scout's take on each of the 253 players chosen and how each is likely to fit into his new team's scheme.

Below are the links to Nawrocki's analysis of each pick in the 2012 NFL draft, round by round:

Round One

Round Two

Round Three

Round Four

Round Five

Round Six

Round Seven

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