Who do you think is the best overall player in the 2012 NFL Draft?
Who will have the most success?
RB Trent Richardson from Alabama. He is the most complete back to come out of college in a few years. While Luck and RGIII may get all the headlines and the big buzz is about Cam Newton last year, typically QBs take a little longer to be successful and if Richardson goes to Cleveland he will be running behind one of the best LT in the game in Joe Thomas. He will also provide an excellent target for Colt McCoy in the passing game because of his soft hands, vision and ability to run after the catch. He will shine and make Mike Holmgren look like a genius.
I agree with Kingcrab Trent Richardson is the best player in the draft by far. Lets hope the Browns dont ruin him!
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