The 2012 NFL Draft gets underway next week, but you can get your draft fix right now by checking out mock drafts drawn up by NFL analysts and experts.
Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck is a virtual lock to go No. 1 overall to the Indianapolis Colts. Baylor's Robert Griffin III is expected to be the second consecutive quarterback and player taken at No. 2 after the Washington Redskins traded up in the draft.
It's anyone's guess how the draft will play out beyond Luck and Griffin III, but that's not stopping NFL experts and analysts from offering up their opinions about how the 2012 NFL draft will go down.
Here's a list of the best, free 2012 NFL Mock Draft sites from around the web:
WalterFootball.com's mock draft includes six rounds of picks plus analysis. With six rounds, the site is one of the most complete mock drafts you'll find on the web for no charge.
2. Fox Sports
Peter Schrager's mock drafts are two rounds long and even include predicted draft-day trades.
At NFL.com, you can check out picks from NFL gurus Steve Wyche, Charley Casserly, Charles Davis and Albert Breer. The site also gives you the option to make your own picks and see how they measure up to the actual draft when it goes down April 26.
SB Nation has a mock draft of the first two rounds plus links to the players' scouting reports.
Bleacher Report's mock draft is in slideshow form and features grades from NFL draft guru Mel Kiper, Jr. of ESPN.
The mock drafts over at CBS Sports provide first-round prognostications and analysis from six NFL pundits.
Draft Countdown features two rounds of picks plus analysis.
8. USA Today
USA Today has mock drafts from five football insiders and includes video highlights with each pick.
My NFL Draft is light on analysis but has two rounds of mock picks and gives a rundown of trades that are going to impact the draft.
10. Opposing Views
The mock draft at Opposing Views is in slideshow format with pictures of each draftee along with reasons why the player is the logical choice at their point in the draft.
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