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2011 NFL draft team by team

Arizona

1 (5) Patrick Peterson, DB, LSU; 2 (38) Ryan Williams, RB, Virginia Tech; 3 (69) Rob Housler, TE, Florida Atlantic; 4 (103) Arizona, Sam Acho, LB, Texas; 5 (136) Anthony Sherman, RB, Connecticut; 6 (171) Quan Sturdivant, LB, North Carolina; 6 (184) David Carter, DT, UCLA; 7 (249) DeMarco Sampson, WR, San Diego State.

Atlanta

1 (6) Julio Jones, WR, Alabama; 3 (91) Akeem Dent, LB, Georgia; 5 (145) Jacquizz Rodgers, RB, Oregon; 6 (192) Matt Bosher, P, Miami; 7 (210) Andrew Jackson, G, Fresno State; 7 (230) Cliff Matthews, DE, South Carolina.

Baltimore

1 (27) Jimmy Smith, DB, Colorado; 2 (58) Torrey Smith, WR, Maryland; 3 (85) Jah Reid, OT, Central Florida; 4 (123) Tandon Doss, WR, Indiana; 5 (164) Chykie Brown, DB, Texas; 5 (165) Pernell McPhee, DE, Mississippi State; 6 (180) Tyrod Taylor, QB, Virginia Tech; 7 (225) Anthony Allen, RB, Georgia Tech.

Buffalo

1 (3) Marcel Dareus, DT, Alabama; 2 (34) Aaron Williams, DB, Texas; 3 (68) Kelvin Sheppard, LB, LSU; 4 (100) Da'Norris Searcy, DB, North Carolina; 4 (122) Chris Hairston, OT, Clemson; 5 (133) Johnny WhiTE, RB, North Carolina; 6 (169) Chris White, LB, Mississippi State; 7 (206) Justin Rogers, DB, Richmond; 7 (245) Michael Jasper, DT, Bethel (Tenn.).

Carolina

1 (1) Cam Newton, QB, Auburn; 3 (65) Terrell McClain, DT, South Florida; 3 (97) Sione Fua, DT, Stanford; 4 (98) Brandon Hogan, DB, West Virginia; 5 (132) Kealoha Pilares, WR, Hawaii; 6 (166) Lawrence Wilson, LB, Connecticut; 6 (203) Zack Williams, C, Washington State; 7 (244) Lee Ziemba, OT, Auburn.

Chicago

1 (29) Gabe Carimi, OT, Wisconsin; 2 (53) Stephen Paea, DT, Oregon State; 3 (93) Chris ConTE, DB, California; 5 (160) Nathan Enderle, QB, Idaho; 6 (195) J.T. Thomas, LB, West Virginia.

Cincinnati

1 (4) A.J. Green, WR, Georgia; 2 (35) Andy Dalton, QB, TCU; 3 (66) Dontay Moch, LB, Nevada; 4 (101) Clint Boling, G, Georgia; 5 (134) Robert Sands, DB, West Virginia; 6 (167) Ryan Whalen, WR, Stanford; 7 (207) Korey Lindsey, DB, Southern Illinois; 7 (246) Jay Finley, RB, Baylor.

Cleveland

1 (21) Phil Taylor, DT, Baylor; 2 (37) Jabaal Sheard, DE, Pittsburgh; 2 (59) Greg Little, WR, North Carolina; 4 (102) Jordan Cameron, TE, Southern Cal; 4 (124) Owen Marecic, RB, Stanford; 5 (137) Buster Skrine, DB, Chattanooga; 5 (150) Jason Pinkston, OT, Pittsburgh; 7 (248) Eric Hagg, DB, Nebraska.

Dallas

1 (9) Tyron Smith, OT, Southern Cal; 2 (40) Bruce Carter, LB, North Carolina; 3 (71) DeMarco Murray, RB, Oklahoma; 4 (110) David Arkin, G, Missouri State; 5 (143) Josh Thomas, DB, Buffalo; 6 (176) Dwayne Harris, WR, East Carolina; 7 (220) Shaun Chapas, RB, Georgia; 7 (252) Bill Nagy, C, Wisconsin.

Denver

1 (2) Von Miller, LB, Texas A&M; 2 (45) Rahim Moore, DB, UCLA; 2 (46) Orlando Franklin, OT, Miami; 3 (67) Nate Irving, LB, N.C. State; 4 (108) Quinton Carter, DB, Oklahoma; 4 (129) Julius Thomas, TE, Portland State; 6 (189) Mike Mohamed, LB, California; 7 (204) Virgil Green, TE, Nevada; 7 (247) Jeremy Beal, DE, Oklahoma.

Detroit

1 (13) Nick Fairley, DT, Auburn; 2 (44) Titus Young, WR, Boise State; 2 (57) Mikel Leshoure, RB, Illinois; 5 (157) Doug Hogue, LB, Syracuse; 7 (209) Johnny Culbreath, OT, South Carolina State.

Green Bay

1 (32) Derek Sherrod, OT, Mississippi State; 2 (64) Randall Cobb, WR, Kentucky; 3 (96) Alex Green, RB, Hawaii; 4 (131) Davon House, DB, New Mexico State; 5 (141) D.J. Williams, TE, Arkansas; 6 (179) Caleb Schlauderaff, G, Utah; 6 (186) D.J. Smith, LB, Appalachian State; 6 (197) Ricky Elmore, LB, Arizona; 7 (218) Ryan Taylor, TE, North Carolina; 7 (233) Lawrence Guy, DT, Arizona State.

Houston

1 (11) J.J. Watt, DE, Wisconsin; 2 (42) Brooks Reed, LB, Arizona; 2 (60) Brandon Harris, DB, Miami; 4 (127) Rashad Carmichael, DB, Virginia Tech; 5 (144) Shiloh Keo, DB, Idaho; 5 (152) T.J. Yates, QB, North Carolina; 7 (214) Derek Newton, OT, Arkansas State; 7 (254) Cheta Ozougwu, LB, Rice.

Indianapolis

1 (22) Anthony Castonzo, OT, Boston College; 2 (49) Ben Ijalana, OT, Villanova; 3 (87) Drake Nevis, DT, LSU; 4 (119) Delone Carter, RB, Syracuse; 6 (188) Chris Rucker, DB, Michigan State.

Jacksonville

1 (10) Blaine Gabbert, QB, Missouri; 3 (76) Will Rackley, G, Lehigh; 4 (114) Cecil Shorts, WR, Mount Union; 4 (121) Chris Prosinski, DB, Wyoming; 5 (147) Rod Issac, DB, Middle Tennessee.

Kansas City

1 (26) Jonathan Baldwin, WR, Pittsburgh; 2 (55) Rodney Hudson, C, Florida State; 3 (70) Justin Houston, LB, Georgia; 3 (86) Allen Bailey, DE, Miami; 4 (118) Jalil Brown, DB, Colorado; 5 (135) Ricky Stanzi, QB, Iowa; 5 (140) Gabe Miller, LB, Oregon State; 6 (199) Jerrell Powe, NT, Mississippi; 7 (223) Shane Bannon, RB, Yale.

Miami

1 (15) Mike Pouncey, C, Florida; 2 (62) Daniel Thomas, RB, Kansas State; 4 (111) Edmond Gates, WR, Abilene Christian; 6 (174) Charles Clay, RB, Tulsa; 7 (231) Frank Kearse, DT, Alabama A&M; 7 (235) Jimmy Wilson, DB, Montana.

Minnesota

1 (12) Christian Ponder, QB, Florida State; 2 (43) Kyle Rudolph, TE, Notre Dame; 4 (106) Christian Ballard, DT, Iowa; 5 (139) Brandon Burton, DB, Utah; 6 (168) DeMarcus Love, OT, Arkansas; 6 (170) Mistral Raymond, DB, South Florida; 6 (172) Brandon Fusco, C, Slipper Rock; 6 (200) Ross Homan, LB, Ohio State; 7 (215) D'Aundre Reed, DE, Arizona; 7 (236) Stephen Burton, WR, West Texas A&M.

New England

1 (17) Nate Solder, OT, Colorado; 2 (33) Ras-I Dowling, DB, Virginia; 2 (56) Shane Vereen, RB, California; 3 (73) Stevan Ridley, RB, LSU; 3 (74) Ryan Mallett, QB, Arkansas; 5 (138) Marcus Cannon, OT, TCU; 5 (159) Lee Smith, TE, Marshall; 6 (194) Markell Carter, LB, Central Arkansas; 7 (219) Malcolm Williams, DB, TCU.

New Orleans

1 (24) Cameron Jordan, DE, California; 1 (28) Mark Ingram, RB, Alabama; 3 (72) Martez Wilson, LB, Illinois; 3 (88) Johnny Patrick, DB, Louisville; 7 (226) Greg Romeus, DE, Pittsburgh; 7 (243) Nate Bussey, LB, Illinois.

New York Giants

1 (19) Prince Amukamara, DB, Nebraska; 2 (52) Marvin Austin, DT, North Carolina; 3 (83) Jerrel Jernigan, WR, Troy; 4 (117) James Brewer, OT, Indiana; 6 (185) Greg Jones, LB, Michigan State; 6 (198) Tyler Sash, DB, Iowa; 6 (202) Jacquian Williams, LB, South Florida; 7 (221) Da'Rel Scott, RB, Maryland.

New York Jets

1 (30) Muhammad Wilkerson, DT, Temple; 3 (94) Kenrick Ellis, DT, Hampton; 4 (126) Bilal Powell, RB, Louisville; 5 (153) Jeremy Kerley, WR, TCU; 7 (208) Greg McElroy, QB, Alabama; 7 (227) Scotty McKnight, WR, Colorado.

Oakland

2 (48) Stefen Wisniewski, C, Penn State; 3 (81) DeMarcus Van Dyke, DB, Miami; 3 (92) Joe Barksdale, OT, LSU; 4 (113) Chimdi Chekwa, DB, Ohio State; 4 (125) Taiwan Jones, RB, Eastern Washington; 5 (148) Denarius Moore, WR, Tennessee; 6 (181) Richard Gordon, TE, Miami; 7 (241) David Ausberry, WR, Southern Cal.

Philadelphia

1 (23) Danny Watkins, G, Baylor; 2 (54) Jaiquawn Jarrett, DB, Temple; 3 (90) Curtis Marsh, DB, Utah State; 4 (116) Casey Matthews, LB, Oregon; 4 (120) Alex Henery, K, Nebraska; 5 (149) Dion Lewis, RB, Pittsburgh; 5 (161) Julian Vandervel, DE, G, Iowa; 6 (191) Jason Kelce, C, Cincinnati; 6 (193) Brian Rolle, LB, Ohio State; 7 (237) Greg Lloyd, LB, Connecticut; 7 (240) Stanley Havili, RB, Southern Cal.

Pittsburgh

1 (31) Cameron Heyward, DE, Ohio State; 2 (63) Marcus Gilbert, OT, Florida; 3 (95) Curtis Brown, DB, Texas; 4 (128) Cortez Allen, DB, The Citadel; 5 (162) Chris Carter, LB, Fresno State; 6 (196) Keith Williams, G, Nebraska; 7 (232) Baron Batch, RB, Texas Tech.

St. Louis

1 (14) Robert Quinn, DE, North Carolina; 2 (47) Lance Kendricks, TE, Wisconsin; 3 (78) Austin Pettis, WR, Boise State; 4 (112) Greg Salas, WR, Hawaii; 5 (158) Jermale Hines, DB, Ohio State; 7 (216) Mikail Baker, DB, Baylor; 7 (228) Jabara Williams, LB, Stephen F. Austin; 7 (229) Jonathan Nelson, DB, Oklahoma.

San Diego

1 (18) Corey Liuget, DE, Illinois; 2 (50) Marcus Gilchrist, DB, Clemson; 2 (61) Jonas Mouton, LB, Michigan; 3 (82) Vincent Brown, WR, San Diego State; 3 (89) Shareece Wright, DB, Southern Cal; 6 (183) Jordan Todman, RB, Connecticut; 6 (201) Stephen Schilling, OT, Michigan; 7 (234) Andrew Gachkar, LB, Missouri.

San Francisco

1 (7) Aldon Smith, LB, Missouri; 2 (36) Colin Kaepernick, QB, Nevada; 3 (80) Chris Culliver, DB, South Carolina; 4 (115) Kendall Hunter, RB, Oklahoma State; 5 (163) Daniel Kilgore, G, Appalachian State; 6 (182) Ronald Johnson, WR, Southern Cal; 6 (190) Colin Jones, DB, TCU; 7 (211) Bruce Miller, RB, Central Florida; 7 (239) Mike Person, G, Montana State; 7 (250) Curtis Holcomb, DB, Florida A&M.

Seattle

1 (25) James Carpenter, OT, Alabama; 3 (75) John Moffitt, G, Wisconsin; 4 (99) K.J. Wright, LB, Mississippi State; 4 (107) Kris Durham, WR, Georgia; 5 (154) Richard Sherman, DB, Stanford; 5 (156) Mark LeGree, DB, Appalachian State; 6 (173) Byron Maxwell, DB, Clemson; 7 (205) Lazarius Levingston, DE, LSU; 7 (242) Malcolm Smith, LB, Southern Cal.

Tampa Bay

1 (20) Adrian Clayborn, DE, Iowa; 2 (51) Da'Quan Bowers, DE, Clemson; 3 (84) Mason Foster, LB, Washington; 4 (104) Luke Stocker, TE, Tennessee; 5 (151) Ahmad Black, DB, Florida; 6 (187) Allen Bradford, RB, Southern Cal; 7 (222) Anthony Gaitor, DB, Florida International; 7 (238) Daniel Hardy, TE, Idaho.

Tennessee

1 (8) Jake Locker, QB, Washington; 2 (39) Akeem Ayers, LB, UCLA; 3 (77) Jurrell Casey, DT, Southern Cal; 4 (109) Colin McCarthy, LB, Miami; 4 (130) Jamie Harper, RB, Clemson; 5 (142) Karl Klug, DT, Iowa; 6 (175) Byron Stingily, OT, Louisville; 7 (212) Zach Clayton, DT, Auburn; 7 (251) Tommie Campbell, DB, California (Pa.).

Washington

1 (16) Ryan Kerrigan, LB, Purdue; 2 (41) Jarvis Jenkins, DE, Clemson; 3 (79) Leonard Hankerson, WR, Miami; 4 (105) Roy Helu, RB, Nebraska; 5 (146) DeJon Gomes, DB, Nebraska; 5 (155) Niles Paul, WR, Nebraska; 6 (177) Evan Royster, RB, Penn State; 6 (178) Aldrick Robinson, WR, SMU; 7 (213) Brandyn Thompson, DB, Boise State; 7 (217) Maurice Hurt, G, Florida; 7 (224) Markus White, LB, Florida State; 7 (253) Chris Neild, NT, West Virginia.

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