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From CBS Sports with comments:

Round One.

No. 2: Redskins select: Robert Griffin III, QB, BaylorGrade
They made the big move up to get him and it's the right move for a quarterback-starved franchise. It was a big move up.
No. 6: Cowboys select: Morris Claiborne, CB, LSUGrade
The Cowboys made an aggressive move to get a shutdown corner, the best in this draft. I love the move. Claiborne and Carr on the corners is a nasty combo. Giving up the second-round pick is steep.
No. 12: Eagles select: Fletcher Cox, DT, Mississippi StateGrade
The Eagles needed help inside for their defense, so the move up makes sense. Cox is a nice pickup for the Eagles, it cost them two picks. Solid.
No. 32: Giants select: David Wilson, RB, Virginia TechGrade
Explosive runner who will add a speed dynamic to the Giants offense. This is a nice, sound move by Jerry Reese, a guy who makes a lot of them.

Round Two:

Dallas...........No Pick
Washington...No Pick

No. 46: Eagles select: Mychal Kendricks, ILB, CaliforniaGrade
This is one of the more underrated players in this draft. He is a tackling machine. He's little, but he can run and hit. Perfect Eagles linebacker.
No. 60: Ravens select: Kelechi Osemele, OT, Iowa StateGrade
He can play either right tackle of left tackle. Bryant McKinnie isn't a kid anymore at left tackle. The Ravens get a good, solid player.

No. 63: Giants select: Rueben Randle, WR, LSUGrade
They considered him in the first round, and now he fell to them? That's value. Some scouts think he was a little soft. But it's a good value pick.

Round Three:

No. 71: Redskins select: Josh LeRibeus, OG, Southern MethodistGrade
He's a guy who didn't play in 2010 because of academic troubles, but bounced back to play well in 2011. He is a tough guy who will fight and can move -- a must in the Redskins scheme.
No. 81: Cowboys select: Tyrone Crawford, DE, Boise StateGrade
Crawford. He is a nice pick and will transition to 3-4 outside rusher in the Cowboys defense. Some scouts thought he had first-round ability. Good value.

No. 88: Eagles select: Nick Foles, QB, ArizonaGrade
He has horrible feet, but a big arm. In the Eagles' system, where the ball gets out fast, it won't matter as much.

No. 94: Giants select: Jayron Hosley, CB, Virginia TechGrade
He failed a drug test at the combine, which is a red flag. But the Giants have the confidence to still draft him. He's a good player and could be value.

Round Four:

No. 102: Redskins select: Kirk Cousins, QB, Michigan StateGrade
Cousins is an accurate with good leadership and intangibles, but it's tough to see him developing into a plus starter due to his limited arm strength and athleticism. He's the polar opposite of RGIII and seems like the Redskins are drafting a clipboard guy.

No. 113: Cowboys select: Kyle Wilber, OLB, Wake ForestGrade
A strong and athletic player who tackles well but seems to struggle in space and may not have the strength to consistently beat blocks. The Cowboys will have a year to develop him as a possible replacement for Anthony Spencer, but they may need longer than that.

No. 123: Eagles select: Brandon Boykin, CB, GeorgiaGrade
Boykin is a superior athlete with great hip-flip and backpedal ability who brings great speed and the ability to cover man-to-man or in zone. He's a great pickup for an Eagles team that just traded away Asante Samuel and is looking to get more scheme-versatile in their secondary as they work to maximize Asomugha's talents.
No. 127: Giants select: Adrien Robinson, TE, CincinnatiGrade
Robinson looks the part with a frame and athleticism that could let him develop into a receiving threat up the seams, but is something of a project at this stage. At least in New York he'll be learning from a tremendous technician and consummate professional in Martellus Bennett.

No. 131: Giants select: Brandon Mosley, OT, AuburnGrade
Still learning the position after playing defense in community college, Mosley needs a couple of years on the bench but flashes some compelling athleticism and ability to go out and get linebackers on the second level. He may not develop into a blind-side protector immediately for Eli Manning, but he's athletic enough to be a good risk in the late 4th.

No. 135: Cowboys select: Matt Johnson, SS, Eastern WashingtonGrade
Jerry leaps at the chance to show how smart he is by grabbing a small-school prospect that doesn't seem to have been on anyone's board but his. Johnson could at least learn from former projects like Akwasi Owusu-Ansah, Pete Hunter and Isaiah Stanback if he can find them - with legit prospects like Boise's George Iloka still on the board this one is rough.

Round Five: 

NY Giants..No Picks

No. 141: Redskins select: Adam Gettis, OG, IowaGrade
Apparently not receiving the same level of corn-feeding as the typical Iowa lineman, Gettis is undersized but a good technician who uses good leverage and footwork. The Redskins' interior OL was largely fed a diet of humiliation last season, so they'll hope Gettis can add some mass to protect RGIII.

No. 152: Cowboys select: Danny Coale, WR, Virginia TechGrade
After Dallas let slot WR Danny Amendola depart to log an 80-catch season in St. Louis, Jerry Jones swore that a slow but savvy slot guy would again be his. Coale fills the bill, and actually turned in a productive four years at VaTech to make this pick something other than an absolute project.

No. 153: Eagles select: Dennis Kelly, OT, PurdueGrade
Despite playing at Purdue, Kelly wasn't on the radar of many scouts or teams going into the draft. Looks like the Eagles want to go the project route.

Round Six:

No. 173: Redskins select: Alfred Morris, RB, Florida AtlanticGrade
Mike Shanahan struck gold with a sixth-round runner in Terrell Davis, and he goes back to the well hoping lightning will strike twice as he selects FAU's Alfred Morris. While Morris appears to lack the speed to be an NFL back, Shanahan likes to mix up his running backs more than the metaphors were mixed in that previous sentence, so Morris may see a few carries next season solely to anger fantasy owners.

No. 186: Cowboys select: James Hanna, TE, OklahomaGrade
Hanna is a receiving tight end who lacks blazing speed but is good at reaching out and pulling the ball down despite tight coverage. He is a shoddy blocker, though, making you wonder how he'll fit into a scheme that favors multi-talented TEs who can block successfully from multiple sets.

No. 193: Redskins select: Tom Compton, OT, South DakotaGrade
Compton hasn't seen much in the way of high-level competition, but he has a good frame and the kind of athletic ability to make him worth developing. RT Jamaal Brown's play has been poor enough to raise suspicions that he's actually a Cowboys sleeper agent, so maybe Compton can step into that role with some development.
No. 194: Eagles select: Marvin McNutt, WR, IowaGrade
McNutt used his great height and frame to be very productive at Iowa, and despite a lack of top-end speed he figures to carve out a role in the NFL as a possession guy who can work the middle and the red zone. Riley Cooper is on notice for the Eagles.

No. 200: Eagles select: Brandon Washington, OG, Miami (Fla.)Grade
Philadelphia never comes out of a draft without adding big bodies on both sides of the line, and Washington certainly fills the bill. At times a dominating run blocker, Washington could develop into a strong guard or RT prospect under Howard Mudd's tutelage.
No. 201: Giants select: Matt McCants, OT, UABGrade
McCants shows a strong frame and solid agility and body control, but he'll need to bulk up and do a lot of technique work to stick at tackle in the NFL. The Giants need help at both tackle spots, but Eli could be battered to a pulp long before McCants is ready to help.

Round Seven:

No. 213: Redskins select: Richard Crawford, QB, BaylorGrade
Inspired by the ESPN 'Pony Excess' documentary, Richard Crawford hopes to be one of the few SMU Mustangs to get paid to play football since the days of Craig James and Eric Dickerson. His odds aren't great, but at least he'll have a shot in the Redskins' shoddy defensive backfield.

No. 217: Redskins select: Jordan Bernstine, SS, IowaGrade
Berstine was a solid tackler for the Hawkeyes, and may be a candidate to convert to safety for Washington.

No. 222: Cowboys select: Caleb McSurdy, ILB, MontanaGrade
McSurdy shows good instincts and the ability to sniff out run plays, but is undersized and will need the Cowboys' front to protect him should he make the ILB rotation.