Written by Gil Alcaraz IV on May 9, 2012
From top talents who slid due to injury to players who simply got passed up on for lower-ranked players at their position, several teams managed to find terrific value later than it was expected to be available.
So here we go; my Top 10 steals of the 2012 NFL Draft and what makes them steals.
10. Arkansas WR Greg Childs: Minnesota Vikings, No. 134
Before the beginning of the 2011 season, Childs was considered a first-round receiver talent. Unfortunately for the former Razorback, a lingering knee injury hindered his ability to be effective throughout his senior season. Still, if Childs can stay healthy and prove that he’s at 100%, he could finally provide the Vikings with the (read more…)