Found February 27, 2013 on Total Sports Blog:
Follow @DSchmelzerTSB on Twitter It is well known that the 2013 draft is not full of top of the line talent. There is no Andrew Luck or Robert Griffin III at the QB position, there are no can’t miss RB prospects like Trent Richardson or Doug Martin, and every defensive player has at least one major concern. That being said, I think the 2013 NFL draft is very deep, and see some serious value in the later rounds. I am going to write a few of these pieces leading up to the draft, showcasing some guys who I think have good potential to be draft day steal.  Joseph Randle RB, Oklahoma St. Randle ran a 4.63 40-yard dash time at the combine this weekend, which is a little slower than expected, and may cause him to slip into later rounds. That being said, I see some serious value here. While he was at Oklahoma St., the Cowboys ran a very non traditional offense taking every snap out of shotgun. Because of this, I think that Randle will need some coaching up in the NFL, but the talent is th...
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