The 2012 NFL Draft has moved through rounds 1-3, and now we move into the final day with rounds 4-7. The AFC East is having a decent draft so far. One of the highlights for the conference has been the Patriots moving up twice in the 1st round. The Bills picked up a solid offensive lineman in Cordy Glenn in Round 2 and Stephen Hill fell to the Jets in the 2nd round.
Check out SB Nation's NFL Draft grades, and view the video for more analysis.
Bills: Stephon Gilmore and Cordy Glenn are both potential starters, if not immediate starters.
Dolphins: Not a bad draft when you pick up your future quarterback (Ryan Tannehill), offensive tackle (Jonathan Martin) and tight end (Michael Egnew).
Patriots: I like the trade-ups in Round 1, and Bill Belichick followed that up with two more defensive players -- Tavon Wilson and Jake Bequette.
Jets: Quinton Coples is a bit of a head-scratcher but not a bad pick. Stephen Hill is good value at 43. I thought he would be gone in the 1st round.
Rounds 4-7 are on Saturday afternoon.
NFL Draft 2012: AFC East Day 2 Grades (via sbnation)