41st to 50th Offensive Prospects

This is the final installment of a five part series that looked at the top 50 offensive players in the 2012 NFL Draft. Today, I will look at 41 to 50.

41. Case Keenum, QB, Houston: Keenum has been one of the best college QB’s in the past couple years. He has a big arm but will need to transition from Houston’s wacky offense.

42. D.J. Woods, WR, Cincinnati: Woods will move into the No. 1 WR role for Cincinnati and should have a huge season.

43. George Bryan, TE, N.C. State: Bryan could have declared for the 2011 draft but wisely chose to return for his Senior season. Another good year should put him in Day 2 or early Day 3.

Follow the jump to see 44 through 50

44. Kenjon Barner, RB, Oregon: Barner is extremely fast and is a great receiver and KR. He will likely return for the 2012 season.

45. David Molk, C, Michigan: Molk is the second best center in the 2012 Draft as of now. He will probably be a day two pick but more out of need than being the BPA.

46. Andrew Datko, OT, Florida State: Datko is a big, physical tackle that will probably play on the right side in the NFL.

47. Montel Harris, RB, Boston College: Harris is a do-it-all back that could end up much higher on this list.

48. Blake DeChristopher, OT, Virginia Tech:L DeChristopher is one of my sleepers for next year. I think he will end up much higher on this list.

49. Ryan Miller, OG, Colorado: Miller is the next offensive linemen that will be drafted from Colorado. He is absolutely huge but needs to improve his footwork.

50. Stephen Good, OG, Oklahoma: Good has done a great job in both pass blocking and run blocking. He has a ton of potential as well.

Total Positional Count

QB: 11

RB: 9

WR: 12

TE: 4

OT: 9

OG: 3

OC: 2


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