|National Football League|
|48||Danny Aiken||C||4||6-4||255||8/28/1988||Roanoke, VA||Virginia|
|6||Ryan Allen||P||2||6-2||215||2/28/1990||Salem, OR||Louisiana Tech|
|80||Danny Amendola||WR||6||5-11||195||11/2/1985||The Woodlands, TX||Texas Tech|
|25||Kyle Arrington||CB||6||5-10||190||8/12/1986||Accokeek, MD||Hofstra|
|64||Chris Barker||G||2||6-2||310||8/3/1990||Covina, CA||Nevada|
|38||Brandon Bolden||RB||3||5-11||220||1/26/1990||Baton Rouge, LA||Mississippi|
|12||Tom Brady||QB||15||6-4||225||8/3/1977||San Mateo, CA||Michigan|
|39||Brandon Browner||CB||5||6-4||221||8/2/1984||Sylmar, CA||Oregon State|
|21||Malcolm Butler||CB||R||5-11||190||3/2/1990||Vicksburg, MS||West Alabama|
|61||Marcus Cannon||T||4||6-5||335||5/6/1988||Odessa, TX||TCU|
|23||Patrick Chung||S||6||5-11||210||8/19/1987||Kingston, Jamaica||Oregon|
|91||Jamie Collins||LB||2||6-3||250||10/20/1989||McCall Creek, MS||Southern Miss|
|63||Dan Connolly||G||9||6-4||305||9/2/1982||St. Louis, MO||Southeast Missouri State|
|53||Ja'Gared Davis||LB||1||6-0||238||9/11/1990||Crockett, TX||Southern Methodist|
|37||Alfonzo Dennard||CB||3||5-10||200||9/9/1989||Rochelle, GA||Nebraska|
|46||James Develin||RB||2||6-3||255||7/23/1988||Gilbertsville, PA||Brown|
|65||Jordan Devey||T||1||6-6||317||1/11/1988||American Fork, UT||Memphis|
|17||Aaron Dobson||WR||2||6-3||200||7/23/1991||Dunbar, WV||Marshall|
|74||Dominique Easley||DT||R||6-2||290||4/28/1992||Staten Island, NY||Florida|
|43||Nate Ebner||S||3||6-0||210||12/14/1988||Dublin, OH||Ohio State|
|11||Julian Edelman||WR||6||5-10||200||5/22/1986||Redwood City, CA||Kent State|
|71||Cameron Fleming||T||R||6-6||325||9/3/1992||Fort Hood, TX||Stanford|
|10||Jimmy Garoppolo||QB||R||6-2||225||11/2/1991||Arlington Heights, IL||Eastern Illinois|
|3||Stephen Gostkowski||K||9||6-1||215||1/28/1984||Madison, MS||Memphis|
|35||Jonas Gray||RB||1||5-10||225||6/27/1990||Pontiac, MI||Notre Dame|
|87||Rob Gronkowski||TE||5||6-6||265||5/14/1989||Williamsville, NY||Arizona|
|30||Duron Harmon||S||2||6-1||205||1/24/1991||Magnolia, DE||Rutgers|
|54||Dont'a Hightower||LB||3||6-3||270||3/12/1990||Lewisburg, TN||Alabama|
|47||Michael Hoomanawanui||TE||5||6-4||260||7/4/1988||Bloomington, IL||Illinois|
|95||Chandler Jones||DE||3||6-5||265||2/27/1990||Rochester, NY||Syracuse|
|94||Chris Jones||DT||2||6-1||309||7/12/1990||Brownsburg, IN||Bowling Green|
|29||Don Jones||S||2||5-11||205||5/14/1990||Town Creek, AL||Arkansas State|
|67||Josh Kline||G||2||6-3||295||12/29/1989||Hoffman Estates, IL||Kent State|
|19||Brandon LaFell||WR||5||6-3||210||11/4/1986||Houston, TX||LSU|
|32||Devin McCourty||S||5||5-10||195||8/13/1987||Nanuet, NY||Rutgers|
|90||Zach Moore||DE||R||6-6||275||9/5/1990||Chicago, IL||Concordia-St. Paul|
|50||Rob Ninkovich||DE||9||6-2||260||2/1/1984||New Lenox, IL||Purdue|
|24||Darrelle Revis||CB||8||5-11||198||7/14/1985||Aliquippa, PA||Pittsburgh|
|26||Logan Ryan||CB||2||5-11||195||2/9/1991||Berlin, NJ||Rutgers|
|55||Deontae Skinner||LB||R||6-2||250||12/18/1990||Macon, MS||Mississippi State|
|18||Matthew Slater||WR||7||6-0||210||9/9/1985||Orange, CA||UCLA|
|77||Nate Solder||T||4||6-8||320||4/12/1988||Denver, CO||Colorado|
|66||Bryan Stork||C||R||6-4||310||11/15/1990||Vero Beach, FL||Florida State|
|84||Brian Tyms||WR||2||6-3||204||2/21/1989||Fort Lauderdale, FL||Florida A&M|
|34||Shane Vereen||RB||4||5-10||205||3/2/1989||Valencia, CA||California|
|76||Sebastian Vollmer||T||6||6-8||320||7/10/1984||Duesseldorf, West Germany||Houston|
|98||Casey Walker||DT||1||6-1||340||12/6/1989||Garland, TX||Oklahoma|
|62||Ryan Wendell||C||6||6-2||300||3/4/1986||Diamond Bar, CA||Fresno State|
|59||Chris White||LB||4||6-3||238||1/15/1989||Mobile, AL||Mississippi State|
|28||James White||RB||R||5-10||205||2/3/1992||Fort Lauderdale, FL||Wisconsin|
|75||Vince Wilfork||DT||11||6-2||325||11/4/1981||Boynton Beach, FL||Miami (FL)|
|27||Tavon Wilson||S||3||6-0||215||3/19/1990||Washington, DC||Illinois|
|81||Tim Wright||TE||2||6-4||220||4/7/1990||Wall Township, NJ||Rutgers|
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