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Journal Gazette - Irish's Eifert eyes turning pro eraly
Notre Dame tight end Tyler Eifert has a problem. But it’s a good one.

Daily Norseman - Racing the Rams for the second overall pick
When you're 2-10 with four games left to go in the season, the tendency is to keep one eye on the draft and one eye on the season, and we have been no exception over here. As of now, barring a miracle run at the end of their season, the Indianapolis Colts are going to have the first overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft, and as far as we're concerned, the real race is for the second overall pick between our Minnesota Vikings and the St. Louis Rams.

Draft Ace - Updated top 100
The gang from Draft Ace have updated their top 100. The first thing that sticks out to me is Devon Still being rated 11th overall.

Sporting News - Oklahoma's Landry Jones no longer a surefire first-rounder
Oklahoma quarterback Landry Jones continues to be a source of debate among scouts. When the season began, many expected Jones to have a great junior campaign that would put him in line to be one of the top five players in the 2012 draft (if he came out early).

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