NFL Draft 2012, Devon Still: Casserly Has Defensive Lineman Falling To Cowboys In Second Round

Charley Casserly of NFL.com recently published a two round mock for the 2012 NFL Draft. In it, he has Penn State Nittany Lions defensive lineman, Devon Still, falling to the Dallas Cowboys in the second round.

Youth is needed on Dallas' defensive line.

Still is generally seen as a first round prospect. Walter Football has him going to the Patriots in the first round, claiming he "could still go as high as 15".

Here's one of many front-seven upgrades the Patriots will need to make. With Albert Haynesworth gone, they need to address the front line. Devon Still could go as high as No. 15, so the Patriots are getting great value with this selection.

Whichever way it plays out, someone is going to be wrong on Still. He'll either be a steal in the second, or a reach in the first.

Check out Mocking The Draft's Prospect Rankings. For more analysis and discussion of the Eagles prospect visits, check out Bleeding Green Nation's prospect page.

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