While the first two picks of the 2012 NFL Draft are pretty much set in stone, the third pick is when things will begin to get interesting. The Minnesota Viking have options on whether to keep the pick and select either Matt Kalil, Morris Claiborne, or Justin Blackmon or to trade the pick and move down in the draft in return for more picks. Cleveland lost out on the chance to get there franchise quarterback when the Rams traded the second overall pick to Washington, who hope Blackmon will fall to them in the 6th spot. Tampa bay would love for Richardson to fall to them at the fifth pick. The Jaguars have no problem moving down because they believe they can still get value in the middle of the draft. What do we see about this year’s draft? Its going to consist of numerous teams trying to trade back believing this to be one of the deepest drafts in recent years. Teams would like to move up for players such as Trent Richardson, Coby Fleener and Mark Barron. The top 10 picks are going to be where the bust label gets thrown around. With the rookie wage scale recently lowered, the blow is for teams missing on top 10 picks. Last year’s number one pick, Cam Newton, was given a contract worth 22 million over four seasons. Sam Bradford, the number one pick the year before Cam’s, received fifty million guaranteed. Ryan Tannehill is one of the more scrutinized players this year. While some analyst believe he will be a franchise quarterback in a few years, others believe the top 10 is too early for a player who only made 19 starts in his collegiate career. The Dolphins have been desperate for an elite qb since Dan Marino, is Tannehill the answer? Mark Barron has become a hot commodity in recent weeks with teams like the Dallas Cowboys, Philadelphia Eagles and New York Jets trying to trade up to get the hard hitting safety from the National Champion Crimson tide. The Jets would pair Barron as a complement with newly acquired safety Laron Landry. Brandon Weeden is another quarterback who has a chance to slide into the late first round. The only issue teams seem to have with him is his age. Weeden, 28, was drafted by the New York Yankees in 2002 in the second round of the MLB draft. After realizing his dream of making it to the big leagues would probably never happen he returned to school at Oklahoma St to rejuvenate his football career and a chance at a career in the NFL. Hopefully everyone enjoys the 2012 NFL Draft and your mock drafts aren’t too screwed up after the first few picks.