The 2013 NFL draft is becoming quite deep and stands to benefit those teams that have stockpiled draft picks. St.Louis is the only team with two first round picks, Washington currently the only team without a selection in the opening round. Miami has additionaly picks in the second and third rounds, as it stand they are the only team with multiple extra selections in the first three rounds. Tuesday is the deadline for underclassman to declare.
16 more athletes have decided to give up remaining eligibility since we last spoke, we group them for you by position.
Tyler Bray Tennessee (6'5" 210) First round arm, but question marks surround maturity and technique
Joseph Randle Oklahoma State (6'0" 195) Latest in long line of Cowboy running backs projects in second round
Eddie Lacy Alabama (5'10" 220) Bama cranks out another, doesn't project as high as Ingram or Richardson in draft
Cordarrelle Patterson Tennessee (6'3" 200) Projection: First round value for JUCO star after one year in Knoxville
Justin Hunter Tennessee (6'4" 205) Injuries plagued the big time talent and drops him into the second round
Josh Boyce Texas Christian (5'11" 205) Projection: Third round for emerging talent
Brandon Kauffman Eastern Washington (6'5" 215 ) Two time FCS All-American projects late due to competition level
Marquess Wilson Washington State (6'2" 190) Left the Cougars program early, claming "abusive" treatment
Menelik Watson Florida State (6'6" 320) Right tackle projects in the second round
D.J. Fluker Alabama (6'6" 335) Skins don't pick high enough to get him, doesn't fit Shanahan model for position anyway
Chris Faulk LSU (6'6" 325) 10th Tiger to depart early, injury in '12 may knock him down to third, nice fit for the Redskins.
Luke Joeckel Texas A&M (6'6" 310) Johnny "Heisman" personal protector could go as high as first overall.
Darrinton Sentimore Tennessee (6'2" 290) 3-4 End transferred from Alabama and figures mid-draft
Kwame Geathers Georgia (6'6" 355) Projects mid to late and would be ideal backup for Barry Cofield
Terrence Brown Stanford (6'1" 180) Projects as a corner with mid-round value
Dee Millner Alabama (6'1" 200) Easily top corner in draft has been climbing mocks into top-ten overall