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NFL Draft 2012: Devon Still Ranks As Top 3-4 Defensive End

Mocking The Draft ranks the top 3-4 defensive ends in the 2012 NFL Draft class, and the top player, unsurprisingly, is Penn State's Devon Still.

1. Devon Still, Penn State – Still had an incredible year at Penn State and that will likely end up rewarding him with a spot in the first round of the draft. His stock ranges from the 10 to 25 range.

Actually, Still routinely goes at No. 8 to the Carolina Panthers in mock drafts, and it wouldn't surprise me at all to see him taken there, even if we're at an early enough point in the process that a drop to the lower part of the first round is certainly a possibility as well.

Mocking The Draft notes that this year's crop of 3-4 defensive ends is "very, very bad," which only 10 players MTD deems to be worthy of a pick. After Still, the list also includes LSU's Michael Brockers, Boise State's Billy Winn, Cincinnati's Derek Wolfe, and Nebraska's Jared Crick.

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