Find out how each NFL team filled a hole in its roster.
The SEC produced more picks in the 2013 NFL Draft than the ACC, Big 12, Pac-12, Big East, Big Ten, Conference USA, MAC, WAC, and Mountain West.
Did your team make the grade or fall short? Pete Prisco breaks down the job by all 32 NFL teams, and finds a few franchises that ace the draft and several that fall short.
The New York Giants selected Ohio State defensive tackle Johnathan Hankins with the 17th pick in the second round (49th overall) of Friday's NFL Draft.
With the first day of the draft in the books, our attention shifts to Friday and the second round of the 2013 NFL Draft
Protecting the quarterback becomes the theme with the first dozen picks of Clark Judge's latest mock draft, which starts off with the top player on the board, Luke Joeckel.
At this point, less than two weeks from the NFL Draft, there aren't a lot of changes. But Pat Kirwan sees the Raiders moving Geno Smith up to No 3 overall, shoring up things at QB.
The Big Ten has produced some truly exceptional NFL talent over the years. But a look at recent history, and a glance at the top prospects for the 2013 NFL Draft, reveals evidence that the powerhouse college football conference might be losing ground and producing less top NFL talent.
While the Chiefs stand pat with Luke Joeckel, the Eagles make a big splash in Clark Judge's latest NFL mock draft. Chip Kelly tabs Geno Smith to be the heir to Mike Vick under center.
With teams shifting from free agency mode to draft mentality, making one change near the top of this mock, switching the Lions from Barkevious Mingo to Eric Fisher at No. 5.

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