2012 NFL Draft Results: Big Names Come Off Board Late

Big names from BCS conference schools sometimes fall to the bottom of the NFL Draft. In the 2012 NFL Draft, that's produced a run on them midway through the seventh round: Michigan WR Junior Hemingway is now a Chief, the Pittsburgh Steelers snagged Oregon tight end David Paulson, and Green Bay snatched Florida State tackle Andrew Datko.

238. Kansas City Chiefs: Michigan Wolverines wide receiver Junior Hemingway, 6'1", 225 pounds

239. New York Giants: North Carolina State defensive tackle Markus Kuhn, 6'4", 299 pounds

240. Pittsburgh Steelers: Oregon Ducks tight end David Paulson, 6'3", 245 pounds

241. Green Bay Packers: Florida St. Seminoles offensive tackle Andrew Datko, 6'6", 315 pounds

242. New York Jets: South Carolina Gamecocks safety Antonio Allen, 6'1", 210 pounds

Results from the 1st round of the 2012 NFL Draft can be found here, 2nd round results are available here, 3rd round results can be found here, and 4th round results are here. Check this StoryStream for 5th round results, click here for 6th round results, and stay here for 7th round results. For more player rankings and draft information, check out Mocking the Draft.

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