2012 NFL Draft: Recapping Picks 6-10 In Round One

Apr 26, 2012; New York, NY, USA; Ryan Tannehill (Texas A&M) is introduced as the number eight overall pick to the Miami Dolphins in the 2012 NFL Draft at Radio City Music Hall. Mandatory Credit: Jerry Lai-US PRESSWIRE

Stampede Blue is covering the 2012 NFL Draft from Radio City Music Hall in New York City April 26th-28th.

6. Dallas Cowboys (via St. Louis Rams)- Blogging The Boys
NFL TEAM
Morris Claiborne | Cornerback | LSU: Jerry Jones moves up and gets an elite talent in Claiborne. After acquiring Brandon Carr from the Chiefs, Rob Ryan has the pieces for a big-time secondary. Many of us thought the Boys would take Barron here, but Claiborne makes sense too.
7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Jacksonville Jaguars) - Bucs Nation
Mark Barron | Safety | Alabama: Barron is a talent that can step into the Bucs secondary and make an immediate impact. After a dismal 2011 effort (to say the least), the pieces are in place to make you believe that this Bucs defense will be able to take some pressure off of Josh Freeman.
8. Miami Dolphins - The Phinsider
NFL TEAM
Ryan Tannehill | Quarterback | Texas A&M: Did the Dolphins finally draft their quarterback of the future? Tannehill's inexperience will be his biggest obstacle and his first year will be purely about development. With Brandon Marshall now in Chicago, the Dolphins will need to provide Tannehill with some offensive firepower.
9. Carolina Panthers - Cat Scratch Reader
Luke Kuechly | Inside Linebacker | Boston College: On paper, the Panthers linebacker corps is looking very nice. Thomas Davis will need to stay healthy, but Kuechly is one of the most impressive and productive college linebackers in recent memory.
10. Buffalo Bills - Buffalo Rumblings
Stephon Gilmore | Cornerback | South Carolina: The Bills want to be a contender and they're making all of the right moves to consistently challenge the Patriots. After acquiring Mario Williams and now drafting Gilmore, the Bills defense should be worrying Tom Brady. Gilmore is a splash-play type of corner and he has the athleticism to put in work at safety.
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