NFL Draft Grades: Andrew Luck Headlines 1st Round AFC South Selections (VIDEO)

After the first round of the 2012 NFL Draft on Thursday, the four teams in the AFC South have a slightly better idea of what their rosters will look like heading into the upcoming season. The Indianapolis Colts, of course, can now officially begin preparing for the new-look offense that will be headed up by quarterback Andrew Luck.

The Jacksonville Jaguars may have given up quite a bit in order to trade up for wide receiver Justin Blackmon, which could be a bit of a misstep in the long run. The Tennessee Titans also went the wide receiver route by selecting Kendall Wright, but didn't need to part with anything to wind up there. The Houston Texans tried to fill the gap left by Mario Williams with the selection of linebacker/defensive end Whitney Mercilus.

Check out the entire analysis and grades for each team in the AFC South in the video below.

For more draft grades, stay tuned to this StoryStream. For lots more on the 2012 NFL Draft, check out Mocking the Draft or visit SB Nation's dedicated draft hub.

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