Breaking down the Pats’ dozen


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After being awarded a league-high four compensatory picks, the Patriots have more picks — 12 — than any other team (Cleveland also has a dozen) in April’s draft.

And it’ll be critical, given the holes on the roster, to hit on a few of those.

What can be expected? Well, the draft brings a lot of unknown, but I figured we could, at the very least, paint a picture for you.

So here’s the last three guys selected in each of the dozen slots the Patriots will be picking out of, starting four weeks from today (and check out how the 250 seems to be a pretty lucky number down below):

22nd overall
2007: QB Brady Quinn, Browns
2008: RB Felix Jones, Cowboys
2009: WR Percy Harvin, Vikings

44th overall
2007: WR Sidney Rice, Vikings
2008: RB Matt Forte, Bears

2009:
QB Pat White, Dolphins

47th overall
2007: LB David Harris, Jets
2008: DT Trevor Laws, Eagles

2009:
S Michael Mitchell, Raiders


53rd overall
2007: CB Eric Wright, Browns
2008: WR Limas Sweed, Steelers

2009:
RB LeSean McCoy, Eagles

119th overall
2007: OT Allen Barbre, Packers
2008: CB Jack Williams, Broncos

2009:
CB D.J. Moore, Bears

190th overall
2007: OT Ken Shackleford, Rams
2008: DT Ahtyba Rubin, Browns

2009:
S Al Afalava, Bears

205th overall
2007: QB Jordan Palmer, Redskins
2008: WR Pierre Garcon, Colts

2009:
DT Ra’Shon Harris, Steelers

229th overall
2007: WR John Broussard, Jaguars
2008: CB Cary Williams, Titans

2009:
WR Manuel Johnson, Cowboys

231st overall
2007: TE Michael Allan, Chiefs
2008: OLB Alex Hall, Browns

2009:
S Jamarca Sanford, Vikings

247th overall
2007: C Mike Elgin, Patriots
2008: OT Kirk Barton, Bears

2009:
DE Nick Reed, Seahawks

248th overall
2007: DT Keith Jackson, Rams
2008: WR Marcus Monk, Bears

2009:
TE Cameron Marrah, Seahawks

250th overall
2007: RB Ahmad Bradshaw, Giants
2008: OG Mackenzy Bernadeau, Panthers

2009:
RB Rashad Jennings, Jaguars

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