Early 2013 NFL Mock Draft: How The First Round Will Play Out

By Alex Whiteman
November 16, 2012 10:31 am
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2013 NFL Draft

While the 2013 NFL Draft class may seem lackluster compared to previous draft classes, make no mistake about it, there are unique play-makers all across the board.

This draft order is based on the current league standings, with the Jacksonville Jaguars holding the number one overall pick, while the Houston Texans have the final 32nd pick in this mock draft.

Even though the 2013 NCAA season has not hit the books, it is never quite to early to look at the future of the NFL, and who will hoist your team's jersey on draft day.

Welcome to this 2nd-Round 2013 NFL Mock Draft.

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20 months ago
Solid selection for the Lions. They like smaller speed rushers, and glad someone realizes that the CB spot is not all that bad. They need a pass rush more to protect the secondary, and just havent gotten it. The DE's are lacking on this team.
20 months ago
Barkley in Buffalo? That's "cold".
20 months ago
I've only got a couple of complaints with this and they're not really so much complaints as they are thoughts. First, I don't see the Eagles taking a receiver in the first round, maybe the second or third, but not the first. The Eagles have too many needs that could be filled by taking a different player at that point, like (as you said) Manti Te'o or Dee Milliner. Second, I don't think Barkevious Mingo (even though I'm a huge fan of his) will go first overall, I think that Jarvis Jones, Star Lotulelei, or Johnathan Hankins will go first. Finally, I don't think the Broncos would take a RB in the first round, RBs are becoming like TEs used to be as far as drafting. They just aren't as meaningful to success in the NFL anymore (sadly). Good mock though and I can't wait for the draft because this season in the NFL has just not felt the same as it usually does for some reason, don't know if it was the whole ordeal with the replacement refs or what, but it just feels different.

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