11th to 20th Offensive ProspectsPosted: May 18, 2011
Earlier in the week I posted my top 10 offensive players in the 2012 draft. Today, I will look at the 11th to 20th best NFL draft prospects.
11. Nick Foles, QB, Arizona: Foles has all the intangibles to be a very good QB but needs a strong season to cement himself in the first round.
Follow the jump to see No. 12 to No. 20
12. Jeff Fuller, WR, Texas A&M: Fuller is a big receiver at 6’3″ and has good top end speed. Needs to improve his route running to become a first round lock.
13. Mike Brewster, OC, Ohio State: Brewster will be the No. 1 center taken in the 2012 draft. He compares well to Maurkice Pouncey and should be taken in the same range.
14. Mohammed Sanu, WR/RB, Rutgers: Sanu is one of the most interesting players in the draft. He has the size and build to be a great slot receiver. He has good hands and is very elusive. I could also see him running a Wildcat formation in the NFL as he played some QB in HS as well as some RB. Very versatile and that could make him a first round prospect.
15. Ryan Broyles, WR, Oklahoma: Broyles could be a beast slot receiver and should dominate for the third year in a row at OU this year.
16. Kelechi Osemele, OT/OG, Iowa State: Osemele is a mauling, physical tackle at ISU. He will probably play RT or RG in the NFL.
17. Lamichael James, RB, Oregon: James is a multi-purpose back that can run, catch, and return kicks. He is built in the mold of a Darren Sproles.
18. Dwayne Allen, TE, Clemson: Allen is a big, physical TE that can catch passes and is a pretty good blocker.
20. Kellen Moore, QB, Boise State: Moore does not have great size but can make all the throws. He is built in the mold of Drew Brees.