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Top 2013 NFL Draft LB Prospect Rankings

Our "Big Board" of 2013 NFL draft prospects will be updated weekly.

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  1. C.J. Mosley, OLB, Alabama - 6'2 - 232
    In today's NFL, it is not common for a 4-3 OLB prospect to receive much attention as a potential first round pick, but Alabama's C.J. Mosley may be the best prospect at his position and he could've come out during last year's draft. Mosley is an all-around, versatile prospect with excellent size and athleticism. Shows great discipline in staying on his reads and dr... Read More
  2. Kyle Van Noy, OLB, BYU - 6'3 - 245
    Van Noy put in a lot of great work with the Cougars. While lacking a bit athletically, he has a great feel for the game and excellent read/reaction skills. Van Noy can quickly diagnose and get an early jump on plays to disrupt the flow of an offense. Van Noy ran a 4.71 at the Combine, but he is pro-ready and a safe choice. Overcame injuries late in his senior seaso... Read More
  3. Chris Borland, ILB, Wisconsin Falling - 5'11 - 248
    Borland is an undersized inside linebacker prospect who outplays all of his measurements. One of Wisconsin's all-time leaders in forced fumbles and tackles, he could have a long-term, productive career if he can overcome some of his physical limitations. At just 5'11", he is unlikely to be considered the ideal sized linebacker in any scheme. What makes him unique i... Read More
  4. Jeremiah Attaochu, OLB, Georgia Tech Rising - 6'3 - 252
    Attaochu is a highly aggressive and rangy OLB prospect out of Georgia Tech. He is a downhill player who must learn to play a more contained and disciplined brand of football. An excellent all-around linebacker who did a little bit of everything for the Yellow Jackets. Floundered at times during the Senior Bowl and will need time to adjust playing a more traditional... Read More
  5. Christian Jones, LB , Florida State Rising - 6'3 - 240
    The well-built Jones was one of the anchors in Florida State's defense over most of his collegiate career. A physical specimen with above-average athleticism, he projects as a middle round player with some long-term upside to become an eventual full-time starter at the next level. Not particularly fast or agile. Lacks an ideal second gear with his straight line spe... Read More

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