The 2013 draft was rich in beef and low on skill players.
Three tackles went in the top four picks, and six offensive linemen went in the top 11. Only three receivers, one tight end and one quarterback went in the first round. For the first time in 49 years, no running back was selected in the first round.
The drama involved the quarterbacks. Geno Smith went in the second round to the New York Jets. EJ Manuel went to Buffalo instead of Ryan Nassib. Matt Barkley, Nassib, ...
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