ESPN Insider has the most recent Todd McShay 2012 NFL Mock Draft. He still has Stanford QB going first overall of course, but then does not include the possible trade by the St. Louis Rams to the Cleveland Browns for the 2nd pick and rights to Baylor's Robert Griffin III.
He does however, still have the Baltimore Ravens taking Wisconsin center Peter Konz with the 29th pick of the first round. Unfortunately, you'll have to be an ESPN Insider in order to view his entire Mack Draft and the narrative on each pick. Here's what he has to say about the draft:
The NFL combine has come and gone, so what better time for an updated 2012 mock draft? On-campus pro day workouts and the upcoming free agency period and on-campus pro day workouts will shift team needs and draft projections over the next few weeks, but as things stand right now we have a good idea what holes teams need to fill and where prospects fit on the overall draft board.
The combine and film study have wrought plenty of changes since my last projection, as has the declaration by the St. Louis Rams that the No. 2 overall pick is essentially up for auction for teams wishing to draft Baylor QB Robert Griffin III.
A third quarterback has joined Griffin and Andrew Luck in the top 10, while five defensive tackles are now in the first round mix along with seven offensive linemen.
Alabama leads all schools with five players among the top 32 picks, with Stanford (four), Baylor (two) and LSU (two) being the only others with more than one prospect on the list.