Eagles Draft Picks 2012: Bryce Brown, 7th Round

With their final pick in the 2012 NFL Draft the Philadelphia Eagles have selected Bryce Brown, RB, Kansas State. Brown has great size at 6-0, 233 lbs and impressive speed to match, having run a 4.5 40 at his pro day. The main problem with him is that he's barely played football in 2 years. He just three carries in 2 seasons at Kansas State.

He was originally one of those most highly sought after recruits in the country and chose Tennessee, but according to him, family troubles ended up forcing him transfer back home to Kansas State.

He's an entirely speculative pick as National Football Post says.

Watching him run in Lane Kiffin's zone scheme as a freshman, the guy was an impressive back with a lot of natural talent. He was the number one ranked recruit out of high school, ahead of Trent Richardson in 2009 and no doubt has the skill set to play in the league. The biggest question mark for him going forward is his overall character.

That is the final pick for the Eagles in the 2012 NFL Draft.

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