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Top 150 2013 NFL Draft Prospects

Posted by Brad On January - 18 - 2013

"Chance Warmack"

The deadline for underclassmen declarations has passed and we will be releasing all of our rankings pre-Combine. Each day we will release our position by position rankings. Look for an update of all the rankings after all-star games and the Combine has wrapped up.

What has become remarkably clear is that the top of the draft is chock full of offensive and defensive line talent. Teams in need of pass rushers should have no problem finding one in rounds one or two. Likewise, the depth of the offensive line is very solid despite Taylor Lewan and Jake Matthews staying in school.

The first quarterback on our board is Geno Smith at No. 21 but the depth in the second round is very solid if teams decide not to reach at the position. The running back position is extremely deep through the fourth round along with the safety position.

This is a page to bookmark as it will come in handy when filling out your mock drafts and talking NFL prospects with friends. Here’s a look at our 2013 NFL Draft top 150 prospects.

RANKPROSPECTPOSITIONSCHOOL
1LUKE JOECKELOTTEXAS A&M
2CHANCE WARMACKOGALABAMA
3SHELDON RICHARDSONDTMISSOURI
4STAR LOTULELEIDTUTAH
5DION JORDANDE/OLBOREGON
6BJOERN WERNERDEFLORIDA ST
7DEE MILLINERCBALABAMA
8ERIC FISHEROTCENTRAL MICHIGAN
9SHARRIF FLOYDDT/5TFLORIDA
10JARVIS JONESOLBGEORGIA
11DAMONTRE MOOREDE/OLBTEXAS A&M
12BARKEVIOUS MINGODE/OLBLSU
13GENO SMITHQBWEST VIRGINIA
14ARTHUR BROWNILB/OLBKANSAS
15CORDARRELLE PATTERSONWRTENNESSEE
16JONATHAN COOPEROGNORTH CAROLINA
17KEVIN MINTERILBLSU
18EZEKIEL ANSAHDEBYU
19ZACH ERTZTESTANFORD
20MARKUS WHEATONWROREGON ST
21STEDMAN BAILEYWRWEST VIRGINIA
22LANE JOHNSONOTOKLAHOMA
23KEENAN ALLENWRCAL
24JORDAN POYERCBOREGON ST
25KENNY VACCAROSSTEXAS
26JOHNATHAN HANKINSDTOHIO STATE
27DATONE JONESDEUCLA
28XAVIER RHODESCBFLORIDA ST
29MANTI TE’OILBNOTRE DAME
30LOGAN RYANCBRUTGERS
31DESMOND TRUFANTCBWASHINGTON
32EDDIE LACYRBALABAMA
33MATT BARKLEYQBUSC
34DEANDRE HOPKINSWRCLEMSON
35ALEC OGLETREEILBGEORGIA
36TYLER EIFERTTENOTRE DAME
37LARRY WARFORDOGKENTUCKY
38JOHNTHAN BANKSCBMISSISSIPPI ST
39TYLER WILSONQBARKANSAS
40DALLAS THOMASOT/OGTENNESSEE
41ALEX OKAFORDE/OLBTEXAS
42D.J. SWEARINGERFSSOUTH CAROLINA
43D.J. FLUKEROTALABAMA
44TERRANCE WILLIAMSWRBAYLOR
45MIKE GLENNONQBN.C. STATE
46GAVIN ESCOBARTESAN DIEGO ST
47ROBERT WOODSWRUSC
48CORNELLIUS CARRADINEDEFLORIDA ST
49GIOVANI BERNARDRBNORTH CAROLINA
50TAVON AUSTINWRWEST VIRGINIA
51JESSE WILLIAMSDTALABAMA
52QUINTON PATTONWRLOUISIANA TECH
53BRANDON WILLIAMSDTMISSOURI SOUTHERN
54ROBERT ALFORDCBSE LOUISIANA ST
55JOSEPH RANDLERBOKLAHOMA ST
56KAWANN SHORTDTPURDUE
57TRAVIS KELCETECINCINNATI
58JONATHAN CYPRIENSSFIU
59ERIC REIDFSLSU
60JAMAR TAYLORCBBOISE STATE
61TRAVIS FREDERICKOG/OCWISCONSIN
62PHILLIP THOMASFSFRESNO STATE
63JOHNATHAN FRANKLINRBUCLA
64JOHNATHAN JENKINSDTGEORGIA
65ZAC DYSERTQBMIAMI (OH)
66LEON MCFADDENCBSAN DIEGO ST
67SYLVESTER WILLIAMSDTNORTH CAROLINA
68JUSTIN PUGHOT/OGSYRACUSE
69MATT ELAMSSFLORIDA
70RYAN NASSIBQBSYRACUSE
71VANCE MCDONALDTERICE
72STEPFAN TAYLORRBSTANFORD
73DARIUS SLAYCBMISSISSIPPI ST
74BARRETT JONESOG/OCALABAMA
75MONTORI HUGHESDTTENN-MARTIN
76MARGUS HUNTDESMU
77KYLE LONGOT/OGOREGON
78KHASEEM GREENEOLBRUTGERS
79JORDAN REEDTEFLORIDA
80SAM MONTGOMERYDELSU
81BLIDI WREH-WILSONCBCONNECTICUT
82EJ MANUELQBFLORIDA ST
83JAMIE COLLINSOLBSOUTHERN MISS
84B.W. WEBBCBWILLIAM & MARY
85TONY JEFFERSONFSOKLAHOMA
86BENNIE LOGANDTLSU
87JUSTIN HUNTERWRTENNESSEE
88MARCUS LATTIMORERBSOUTH CAROLINA
89JAWAN JAMISONRBRUTGERS
90DA’RICK ROGERSWRTENN TECH
91ODAY ABOUSHIOT/OGVIRGINIA
92RYAN SWOPEWRTEXAS A&M
93LERENTEE MCCRAYOLBFLORIDA
94DAVID BAKHTIARIOT/OGCOLORADO
95JOHN SIMONDE/LBOHIO STATE
96CHRIS FAULKOTLSU
97WILLIAM GHOLSTONDEMICHIGAN STATE
98AKEEM SPENCEDT/5TILLINOIS
99MIKE GILLISLEERBFLORIDA
100WILL DAVISCBUTAH STATE
101KENNY STILLSWROKLAHOMA
102DAVID AMERSONCB/FSN.C. STATE
103COREY LEMONIERDE/OLBAUBURN
104MARQUISE GOODWINWRTEXAS
105DAXSTON SWANSONCBSAM HOUSTON ST
106LAVAR EDWARDSDELSU
107JOSH BOYCEWRTCU
108DAVID QUESSENBERRYOG/OTSAN JOSE ST
109JOE KRUGERDEUTAH
110DEVONTE HOLLOMANOLBSOUTH CAROLINA
111CORNELIUS WASHINGTONDE/OLBGEORGIA
112CONNOR VERNONWRDUKE
113CIERRE WOODRBNOTRE DAME
114TAVARRES KINGWRGEORGIA
115SHAWN WILLIAMSSSGEORGIA
116COBI HAMILTONWRARKANSAS
117SANDERS COMMINGSCBSOUTH CAROLINA
118BRANDON JENKINSOLBFLORIDA STATE
119MALLICIAH GOODMANDECLEMSON
120XAVIAR GOODENOLBMISSOURI
121BACARRI RAMBOFSGEORGIA
122D.J. HAYDENCBHOUSTON
123CHRIS HARPERWRKANSAS ST
124MONTEE BALLRBWISCONSIN
125MENELIK WATSONOTFLORIDA STATE
126CHASE THOMASOLBSTANFORD
127ADRIAN BUSHELLCBLOUISVILLE
128CHRISTINE MICHAELRBTEXAS A&M
129JON BOSTICILBFLORIDA
130GERALD HODGESOLBPENN ST
131ROBBIE ROUSERBFRESNO STATE
132MICHAEL BUCHANANDEILLINOIS
133BRIAN WINTERSOT/OGKENT STATE
134JORDAN MILLSOTLOUISIANA TECH
135BRENNAN WILLIAMSOTNORTH CAROLINA
136THAROLD SIMONCBLSU
137ACE SANDERSWR/KRSOUTH CAROLINA
138REID FRAGELOTOHIO STATE
139KEITH POUGHOLBHOWARD
140SHAMARKO THOMASSSSYRACUSE
141KWAME GEATHERSDTGEORGIA
142MARC ANTHONYCBCAL
143TERRON ARMSTEADOTARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF
144JELANI JENKINSOLBFLORIDA
145RAY GRAHAMRBPITTSBURGH
146AARON DOBSONWRMARSHALL
147JAKE KNOTTOLBIOWA STATE
148MICHAEL WILLIAMSTEALABAMA
149LE’VEON BELLRBMICHIGAN STATE
150J.J. WILCOXSSGEORGIA SOUTHERN
  • Bex_R1986

    Finally got around to watching some Larry Black Jr. tape. The guy’s is incredible. Reactions, pass rush moves, plays non stop even if at first he doesn’t reach the ball carrier. I think you mentioned his size as a downside for the next level, but he’s not hugely undersized. He’s around the same weight as Bennie Logan and Everett Dawkins.

    Glad to see some Hopkins love, right in the mid-1st range. He tops my WR list, as I’m a little more sceptical on Patterson’s character and occasional lack of effort, combined with lack of polish/game time. As you’ve said though, highest ceiling of any WR, but I have him 2nd behind Hopkins.

    Warmack that high will no doubt draw some comments I suspect on being evidence of an overall weak class at the top end. Truth is though that the guy warrants it.

    Cierre Wood is higher than I expected, personally he’s way down my list as a late rounder. Despite a good OL in front of him he couldn’t get much going on his already reduced carries from suspension and loss of carries to Riddick. Is this primarily based on 2011 footage? I did like him coming into the season.

    Just a few names that caught my eye, I expect I’ll be all over the position ranking posts that are coming, as I’ve just been updating mine post season! =)

    • Bex_R1986

      Hmmm, just looked and saw Wood racked up quite a bit more yardage than I thought. 750 yards at over 6 per carry. Don’t know how I missed that, he didn’t look great in the games I saw!

      • bradc11

        I think Wood is one of those guys that winds up a better NFL player than college player. Just never carried the load for ND. Theo Riddick was the primary this season. At the RB position, limited tread wear is big at the next level. There’s only so many carries you can put on someone…guys like Montee Ball scare me with the wear on them at the collegiate level. When you consider that ranking would put him in the mid 4th round range, I think that’s a good spot for him.

        I’m glad you got to see Black in action. Very underrated guy that could surprise some if he drops into the late rounds of the draft. His ability to disrupt the backfield is special in my book. Could be 2012′s John Hughes. A guy no one heard about (unless they are NFL’s Future readers, of course) that someone takes in the 3rd round and fan bases cringe. Then you see him on the field and wonder how so many missed on him. Hughes was very solid in year one in a nice CLE rotation.

        Warmack is flat out special. His smarts and skills are so much better than anyone I have ever scouted that its almost not real. I like DeCastro last year and he was a guy that I thought would be a top 15 guard. I can’t see this guy falling out of the top 10. I think his floor is Tennessee at 10. He instantly makes your OLine better, not many guards you can say that about.

        • Bex_R1986

          Yeah, I regretted that comment on Woods a little, once taking into consideration the 4th round range and his better than realised production. Never mind!

          Good point on Hughes. There’s something about prospects from Cincinnati recently I’ve noticed. They produce players that are just as ready as they can be to step in straight away in the NFL. Hughes and Wolfe last year, and you can bet that the likes of TE Kelce and RB Winn will contribute in their first year. As will a guy I really rate highly in safety Drew Frey. He’s a sleeper in my mind.

          I’ve just noticed that Larry Black holds a similar rank on my DT list to Chris Jones out of Bowlning Green. Similar size and had great production this year. Likewise is very quick off the snap and has some pass rush moves. Thoughts on him?

          • bradc11

            Chris Jones is solid. I actually have him right outside the top 150. Black and Jones are similar in a lot of ways. Small, quick 3T that can be disruptors at the next level.

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  • zinger74

    Zach Dysert ahead of Matt Barkley and Ryan Nassib is insane. Please explain? He’s a third or fourth round pick not Big Ben.

    • bradc11

      Definitely not Ben but not that far apart. I will be doing a film study on Dysert early next week. Check it out to see what I think of him in its fullest.

      • Reggie

        I do not believe this QB class has any definite order at this time. I am happy to be a fan of a team who does not need a QB at this time.

        • Braeden

          As am I reggie, as Am I. then again, Im glad to be rooting for a team who draft pick hasn’t been decided and is currently starting arguably the Best QB ever.

          • Mprofetta

            Reggie and Braeden,

            Thanks for rubbing it in.

            Sincerely,

            A guy whose favorite team will probably be trotting out Mark Sanchez and Tarvaris Jackson at QB in 2013.

          • Braeden

            sorry man, and brady didnt look to hot tonite but man thats gotta suck.

          • Braeden

            sorry man, and brady didnt look to hot tonite but man thats gotta suck.

  • neighborhooddrunkpart2

    You, guys are seriously overrating Eddie Lacy.

    • bradc11

      Why do think he’s overrated at 27? Big, elusive back with very little wear on his tires sounds pretty good to me. He’s going to come off the board at the end of round one/beginning of round two.

      • neighborhooddrunkpart2

        Why IMO
        1.Isn’t much of a bruiser, despite being 225 pounds.
        2.Poor blocking technique.
        3.lack of game-breaking ability
        4.He’s very stiff and upright as a 5’10 RB.
        5.Alabama’s great O-line made him better than he actually is.
        .

        eh, Le’veon Bell look more elusive than Lacy IMHO. True, he does have very little wear on his tires. I doubt it, but its possible.

  • Reggie

    Geno Smith has problems but how can the #1 pick be the 21st best prospect? Crazy man…you have a good eye for talent but if thats the case no way can the Chiefs pin their hopes on him…though he would do well with Andy Reid

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