As we close in on the 2012
Total picks: six (No. 23 overall, 57, 88, 137, 149, 185).
2011 starters: two (right tackle
Players still with the team: three (Oher, Webb, outside linebacker
Best pick: Webb. A third-rounder out of Div. 1-FCS Nicholls State, Webb has been a fine small-school find for Newsome. He made immediate contributions as a returner in his rookie season and last season, his third in the league, he played at a Pro Bowl level. He was rewarded with a five-year, $50 million extension this month.
Biggest miss: Their entire Day Three haul. Some were already calling second-round pick Paul Kruger a bust after two quiet seasons in the NFL, but he contributed as a pass rusher last season and has the inside track to replace Jarret Johnson in the starting lineup. So this dishonor goes to linebacker
Trades: The Ravens traded a fifth-rounder to New England to move up from No. 26 to No. 23 to take Oher, who was the top offensive tackle left on their board. They traded a fourth-rounder to New England picks No. 137 (Phillips) and No. 141. They traded No. 141 to Denver for the picks they used to take Drew and Phillips.
Players they could have had: Green Bay took outside linebacker