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NFL 2013 Live Mock Draft (Picks 1-16)

Drafttek.com uses a computer model to simulate a 7-round 2013 NFL Mock Draft. Each team has an analyst who supplies data on 2013 NFL Draft team needs. The team needs are matched up against a list of 2013 NFL Draft prospect rankings (aka "Big Board") in order to generate each selection in our 2013 NFL Mock Draft.


2013 Continuously Updated Live Draft Simulation
April 28, 2013


2013 NFL Draft Completed!

Drafttek analysts have commented and graded all 254 picks. Find out how your team's selectees grade out. See you all in about a month for a 2014 Big Board and initial mock draft.


   - Checkmarked picks represent Drafttek correct prognostications
1 Kansas City
Eric Fisher
    Central Michigan
    LOT
    Reach/Value:     -2
Height:
6'7"
Weight:
305
Alternate Pick #1
Luke Joeckel
Alternate Pick #2
Dee Milliner
At the end, it was the higher ceiling and nasty attitude of Eric Fisher that lead the Chiefs to pick him over Luke Joeckel. Let's be honest, this was a coin flip choice. Fisher and Joeckel are both excellent prospects with little to separate them. With Fisher in the fold, look for the Branden Albert trade market to start once the run of the big three OT's ends. Albert will probably be dealt to Miami or Arizona before the start of Round Two. Grade: A
2 Jacksonville
Luke Joeckel
    Texas A&M
    LOT
    Reach/Value:     +1
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
310
Alternate Pick #1
Dee Milliner
Alternate Pick #2
Dion Jordan
Goodness, gracious, great balls of fire . . .For the past several weeks it's been KC-Joeckel, JAX-Dion Jordan. But KC switches thing up the morning with Eric Fisher. The Jaguars still need a DE, but how can they pass up a LOT the quality of Luke Joeckel at the 2nd pick??? In the end Joeckel just represented a better value. Dion Jordan just didn't warrant a #2 pick. Eugene Monroe can line up at either ROT or LOT and so can Joeckel. Grade: A
3 Miami
Dion Jordan
    Oregon
    DE43
    Reach/Value:     +1
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
248
Alternate Pick #1
Lane Johnson
Alternate Pick #2
Dee Milliner
Wow. It was known that the Dolphins were willing to trade up - or down - to land their guy. Everyone assumed that'd be an OT, which they need. However, they also needed a DE opposite Cameron Wake. Mission accomplished. They got the best pass rusher in the draft. The shock hasn't worn off yet for me and that's probably true for all Miami fans - and the rest of the NFL. And only trading one of their Second Round selections to move up nine spots? Amazing. Grade: A-
4 Philadelphia
Lane Johnson
    Oklahoma
    LOT
    Reach/Value:     -2
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
303
Alternate Pick #1
Dee Milliner
Alternate Pick #2
Ezekiel Ansah
The Eagles were backed into a difficult spot. They were hoping one of Joeckel/Fisher fell to them or perhaps Oregon's Jordan. Nada. Back up plan? That'd be the third best OT in Oklahoma's Lane Johnson. He's the most athletic of the top OTs and fits Kelly's offense perfectly. He's a bit raw but has time to settle in to the NFL at RT before moving to LT in the future. Though if Vick starts, he'll be protecting his blindside from Day 1. Grade: A
5 Detroit
Ezekiel Ansah
    Brigham Young
    DE43
    Reach/Value:     -3
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
271
Alternate Pick #1
Dee Milliner
Alternate Pick #2
Bjoern Werner
The Lions knew on January 26th who they would target. Head Coach Jim Schwartz, and staff worked an entire week during the Senior Bowl with "Ziggy" and liked what they saw. Since then, the Lions have had zero contact with Ansah, playing their cards real close. Ansah will make a great DE43 in Detroit's Wide-9 gap defense. Yes, he's raw, but with defensive assistant Jim Washburn coaching him up, Ansah will be NFL ready in short order. Grade: B
6 Cleveland
Barkevious Mingo
    LSU
    OLB34
    Reach/Value:     -7
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
241
Alternate Pick #1
Dee Milliner
Alternate Pick #2
Kenny Vaccaro
Bingo! Mingo! Browns' Offensive Coordinator Ray Horton has completed a dificult transition to the 3-4 defense in one year! Mingo, for lack of a better word, is a beast. A gamer who will compete with Jabaal Sheard for the starting OLB job. Great start to the 2013 draft! Grade: B+
7 Arizona
Jonathan Cooper
    North Carolina
    OG
    Reach/Value:     -2
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
311
Alternate Pick #1
Dee Milliner
Alternate Pick #2
Geno Smith
You don't see interior offensive linemen go in the Top 10 that often but in a down draft year this isn't a surprise. Cooper was fighting Warmack to be the first OG taken and the former Tar Heel wins. The Cardinals needed OL help and get it in a big way. Cooper is extremely athletic for a big man and excels in both the running and passing games. An OT would have been nice but Cooper is a solid consolation prize. QBs can't throw from their butt, especially Palmer. Grade: A-
8 St Louis
Tavon Austin
    West Virginia
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     -9
Height:
5'8"
Weight:
174
Alternate Pick #1
Jarvis Jones
Alternate Pick #2
Sharrif Floyd
The Mountaineer speedster gives the Rams and Bradford a weapon, and doubles as a potential return specialist. We wonder how many other teams just had their hearts broken as the Rams zip up the draft to snag Austin. Seemingly too slight at 175 lbs., we like to quote the famous Longball, who says, "This kid is a FOOTBALL player!" Grade: A



9 NY Jets
Dee Milliner
    Alabama
    CB
    Reach/Value:     +5
Height:
5'11"
Weight:
201
Alternate Pick #1
Jarvis Jones
Alternate Pick #2
Geno Smith
Alabama CB Milliner is our 4th rated prospect so not only did they get good value but they also filled a need after the trade of Revis to the Bucs. They need a lot more talent to compete this season, including a new QB. Could they find that guy at 13? Regardless, Milliner was a great pick for the Jets here. Grade: A
10 Tennessee
Chance Warmack
    Alabama
    OG
    Reach/Value:     -2
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
317
Alternate Pick #1
Bjoern Werner
Alternate Pick #2
Sharrif Floyd
Absolutely fantastic value for the Titans at this position. Similiar to a Will Shields, he should have a long career ahead of him. Three-year starter at the OG position for the Crimson Tide, and is an absolute road grader up front. Will swallow up many defenders. Grade: A
11 San Diego
D.J. Fluker
    Alabama
    ROT
    Reach/Value:     -19
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
339
Alternate Pick #1
Jarvis Jones
Alternate Pick #2
Xavier Rhodes
Unfortunately for the Bolts, the "Big 5" offensive lineman were all taken before the 11th pick. As it turns out, they went with the next best available lineman, DJ Fluker. Jeromy Clary actually showed some improvement at ROT last year, but Tom Telesco decided it wasn't enough. Fluker will be able to pave the way for Ryan Mathews and should have no problems protecting Philip Rivers. This was the safe pick for a rookie GM. Grade: A
12 Oakland
D.J. Hayden
    Houston
    CB
    Reach/Value:     -59
Height:
5'11"
Weight:
191
Alternate Pick #1
Sharrif Floyd
Alternate Pick #2
Star Lotulelei
Well, the rumors were true, the Raiders did like Houston's DJ Hayden. After finding a trading partner in Miami, Oakland decides to address the defensive secondary rather than the defensive line - a questionable decision. Hayden has elite speed and shot up draft boards in the last few weeks, but tends to struggle when forced to make open field tackles. Someone in the Raider front office must really like Hayden because this is a risky pick. Grade: A for trade; B for player
13 NY Jets
Sheldon Richardson
    Missouri
    DT34
    Reach/Value:     -1
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
294
Alternate Pick #1
Jarvis Jones
Alternate Pick #2
Geno Smith
Solid pick for the Jets at #13 as Sheldon Richardson is a very athletic, long-armed (34 and a half) DT that will provide a solid inside rush for the Jets. Strong as well, he benched 30 reps at the combine. Richardson came to Missouri after two years at a junior college. Born in St. Louis, Richardson should add some "nasty" up front for New York. Grade: B-
14 Carolina
Star Lotulelei
    Utah
    DT43
    Reach/Value:     +7
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
311
Alternate Pick #1
Sharrif Floyd
Alternate Pick #2
Xavier Rhodes
The Panthers had a need at DT and Star Lotulelei, who was once considered the top prospect in the draft, falls right into their laps here. Lotulelei can do it all from the DT position and, if it weren`t for a heart condition that he was cleared from, he could have gone much earlier than this. Need and value certainly intersect with this pick. Grade: A
15 New Orleans
Kenny Vaccaro
    Texas
    FS
    Reach/Value:     -1
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
214
Alternate Pick #1
Jarvis Jones
Alternate Pick #2
Datone Jones
The Saints go with Kenny Vaccaro in a fairly surprising selection for many. Most thought that a sliding Jarvis Jones, with his attacking style, would be the pick if available, but the Saints decide (evidently ) to rely on Wilson and Gallette to bring the pressure from the edge. Grade: B
16 Buffalo
E.J. Manuel
    Florida State
    QB
    Reach/Value:     -36
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
237
Alternate Pick #1
Geno Smith
Alternate Pick #2
Xavier Rhodes
Manuel is a versatile QB with size (6'5", 240) and even-greater upside who is a good fit for the Bills. Voted MVP at the Senior Bowl in late January with a TD throw and another on the run, Manuel should be able to run Hackett's varied offensive looks. He can run read-option, stretch, spread, play action, or just drop back and fling that rock from the pocket with good accuracy (and markedly-better touch than we saw with Nassib). Grade: A for trade, B for value

Traded Round 1 Picks:
St Louis gets Washington 1st round pick (Robert Griffin)
Minnesota gets Seattle 1st round pick (Percy Harvin)
NY Jets get Tampa Bay 1st Round Pick (Darrelle Revis)

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Top-40 Players
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34 Johnathan Hankins
Ohio State
DT34
37 Kawann Short
Purdue
DT43
55 Travis Frederick
Wisconsin
OC
62 William Gholston
Michigan State
DE34
87 Montee Ball
Wisconsin
RBF
101 Gerald Hodges
Penn State
OLB43
103 Reid Fragel
Ohio State
LOT
104 Akeem Spence
Illinois
DT43
109 John Simon
Ohio State
DE43
117 Jordan Hill
Penn State
DT43
131 Michael Buchanan
Illinois
OLB34
135 Terry Hawthorne
Illinois
CB
138 Le'Veon Bell
Michigan State
RBF
166 Denard Robinson
Michigan
WRS
175 Josh Johnson
Purdue
CB
178 Dion Sims
Michigan State
TE
183 Michael Mauti
Penn State
SILB
197 Micah Hyde
Iowa
CB
205 Hugh Thornton
Illinois
OG
208 Etienne Sabino
Ohio State
OLB43
212 Jake Stoneburner
Ohio State
TE
214 Ricky Wagner
Wisconsin
ROT
215 Johnny Adams
Michigan State
CB
232 Eric Martin
Nebraska
OLB43
235 Keenan Davis
Iowa
WRP
248 Travis Howard
Ohio State
CB
258 Daimion Stafford
Nebraska
FS
281 Rex Burkhead
Nebraska
RBF
293 Marcus Cromartie
Wisconsin
CB
296 Anthony Rashad White
Michigan State
DT34
319 Matt Stankiewitch
Penn State
OC
326 Stephon Morris
Penn State
CB
332 Brett Maher
Nebraska
PK
343 Baker Steinkuhler
Nebraska
DE34
359 Will Compton
Nebraska
SILB
360 Nathan Williams
Ohio State
OLB34
369 Tyler Hoover
Michigan State
DE34
375 Graham Pocic
Illinois
OC
377 C.J. Fiedorowicz
Iowa
TE
380 Craig Roh
Michigan
DE34
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