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2011 first-round NFL draft picks

Round 1 picks

Team Name POS School Ht/Wt

1. Carolina Cam Newton QB Auburn 6-5/248

2. Denver Von Miller LB Texas A&M 6-3/246

3. Buffalo Marcell Dareus DT Alabama 6-3/319

4. Cincinnati A.J. Green WR Georgia 6-4/211

5. Arizona Patrick Peterson CB LSU 6-0/219

6. Atlanta (from Cle.) Julio Jones WR Alabama 6-3/220

7. San Francisco Aldon Smith DE Missouri 6-4/263

8. Tennessee Jake Locker QB Washington 6-3/231

9. Dallas Tyron Smith OT USC 6-5/307

10. Jacksonville (from Washington) Blaine Gabbert QB Missouri 6-4/234

11. Houston J.J. Watt DE Wisconsin 6-5/290

12. Minnesota Christian Ponder QB FSU 6-2/229

13. Detroit Nick Fairley DT Auburn 6-4/291

14. St. Louis Robert Quinn DE North Carolina 6-4/265

15. Miami Mike Pouncey C Florida 6-5/303

16. Washington (from Jacksonville) Ryan Kerrigan DE Purdue 6-4/267

17. New England (from Oakland) Nate Solder OT Colorado 6-8/319

18. San Diego Corey Liuget DT Illinois 6-2/298

19. N.Y. Giants Prince Amukamara CB Nebraska 6-0/206

20. Tampa BayAdrian Clayborn DE Iowa 6-3/281

21. Cleveland (from K.C.) Phil Taylor DT Baylor 6-3/334

22. Indianapolis Anthony Castonzo OT Boston College 6-7/311

23. Philadelphia Danny Watkins G Baylor 6-3/310

24. New Orleans Cameron Jordan DE California 6-4/287

25. Seattle James Carpenter OG Alabama 6-4/321

26. Kansas City (from Clev. thru Atl.) Jon Baldwin WR Pittsburgh 6-4/228

27. Baltimore Jimmy Smith DB Colorado 6-2/211

28. New Orleans (from New England) Mark Ingram RB Alabama 5-9/215

29. Chicago Gabe Carimi OT Wisconsin 6-7/314

30. N.Y. Jets Muhammad Wilkerson DT Temple 6-4/315

31. Pittsburgh Cameron Heyward DE Ohio State 6-5/294

32. Green Bay Derek Sherrod OT Miss. State 6-5/321

2011 first-round NFL draft picks 04/28/11 [Last modified: Thursday, April 28, 2011 11:45pm]
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