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2013 NFL Mock Draft

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1. CLE: QB Josh Allen, Wyoming
At this point the order in which the four top quarterbacks will be drafted is still very much up in the air. However, after showing off his powerful arm this offseason and due to Carson Wentz's impressive season I believe Allen is the first quarterback off the board despite his accuracy concerns and lack of team success. Compares to: Carson Wentz
2. NYG: RB Saquon Barkley, Penn State
By every athletic measure Barkley is one of the most impressive physical specimens the NFL has seen enter the league ever. He is a can't miss playmaker that can impact the offense with his talent and versatility. He may be the closest thing we've seen to Barry Sanders. Compares to: Barry Sanders
3. NYJ: QB Sam Darnold, USC
Darnold was once viewed as a can't miss stud by many before his 2017 season. I believe he's the worst of the top-four quarterbacks in this draft and would rank him outside the top five. He reminds me of a poor man's Andrew Luck without the incredible intangibles. Compares to: Andrew Luck
4. CLE: CB Minkah Fitzpatrick, Alabama
After addressing their offense with their first pick, the Browns must attack their miserable pass defense with their second pick. Unless Barkley falls to them here Fitzpatrick will be the guy they draft in hopes of fixing their secondary.
5. DEN: OG Quenton Nelson, Notre Dame
It's not often an offensive guard is the first offensive lineman drafted is a guard. As a matter of fact the last time it happnened John Elway was the premeir star in the draft. Still, Nelson is viewed that much better than all the tackles and Broncos desperately need to sure up their )-line.
6. IND: DE Bradley Chubb, NC State
Chubb has the talent to be the first-overall pick in this draft but it's just not the way this one shakes out barring someone trading back. He is the premier defensive end in this class and player the Colts covet and haven't had in years.
7. TB: CB Denzel Ward, Ohio St.
The Bucs are in the market for a corner and Ward is the guy to draft. I do believe this is a case of need over best player here, and wouldn't be my personal pick, nevertheless, I do believe Tampa will snag the talented corner.
8. CHI: LB Tremaine Edmonds, Va. Tech
Their are a few extremely talented linebackers teh Bears could role with here. There is no shortage of athletes in this draft. Edmonds will likely be the man they decide to add as the leader of their LB corps.
9. SF: S Derwin James, Florida State
This may be the best pick of the draft at No. 9. I wouldn't hate him as a top three overall pick. James is a supremely gifted playmaker and the best defensive back in the draft.
10. OAK: LB Roquan Smith, Georgia
Smith turned heads late in the season when he was on the big stage. His speed and playmaking ability popped on our TV screens and it's legitimate when you go back and watch his film. This is another steal.
11. MIA: QB Baker Mayfield, Oklahoma
Miami has a few glaring holes and they are a tough team to nail down. Nonetheless, after restructuring Ryan Tannehill they will be in the market for a franchise quarterback and they have been courting Mayfield all offseason. He's their man if they go quarterback here. Compares to: Drew Brees (Not Johnny Manziel)
12. BUF: QB Josh Rosen, UCLA
The Bills will be thrilled that Rosen fell to them at 12. This only happens if no one else decides to jump up and get him. I don't think they will though unless the Cardinals make a huge move. Rosen may be the best quarterback in the draft. Compares to: Jay Cutler
13. WAS: DT Vita Vea, Washington
Vea is a huge tackle you plug in the middle of the line to stop the run. While some believe Da'Ron Payne is the top defensive tackle the draft you can't teach size. At about two-inches taller and 35 pounds heavier at 347 pounds, Vea is a freak at his size.
14. GB: WR Calvin Ridley, Alabama
The Packers desperately need defensive help. They will fall victim to themselves again trying to please Aaron Rodgers and replace Jordy Nelson. Ridley will be the top wideout drafted and he's headed to Wisconsin. Compares to: Marvin Harrison
15. ARI: OT Orlando Brown, Oklahoma
The offensive tackle class in weak this season and there isn't a sure-fire top guy. Left tackles are still coveted and a handful will be drafted in the first round. Brown will likely be the first off the board.
16. BAL: DE Marcus Davenport, UTSA
Davenport is viewed by many to be the top edge rusher after Chubb. He's a great fit in Baltimore and exactly what they tend to look for in Baltimore. This seems like the perfect fit.

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