Found March 12, 2013 on College Football Universe:
Here are the top 75 rated players for the 2013 NFL Draft. Most likely, offensive linemen and defenders will be drafted early on with big men stacking the field this year as well as a lack of skilled players. It looks like OT Luke Joeckel or another offensive lineman may be drafted first overall by the Kansas City Chiefs, but there are still good options on the other side of the ball like DT Sharrif Floyd and OLB Jarvis Jones. The highest rated quarterback is Geno Smith at 37, but look for him and other QBs to be drafted much higher due to teams' needs. There will be an updated summary posted later this week of the top 10 players for 2013 and an early top 10 list for 2014. A mock NFL Draft will also be posted on the College Football Universe blog in the next couple weeks as well as many other Draft updates.    NFL Draft 2013 Big Board Top 75 OT Luke Joeckel*, 6-6 306, Texas A&MOG Chance Warmack, 6-2 317, AlabamaOT Eric Fisher, 6-7 306, Central MichiganDT Sheldon Richa...
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