This is the 11th of a team-by-team series, analyzing five prospects that each team should consider in the 2013 NFL Draft.
Representatives from approximately two-thirds of the NFL visited Seattle Wednesday despite the Huskies' top two prospects largely sitting out the Pro Day. Star running back Bishop Sankey provided some early fireworks but the big show was put on by quarterback Keith Price and receiver Keith Smith.
With a career-high 117 yards in a key divisional and conference win over the Chiefs, the Broncos' second round pick broke out at precisely the right time.
Beating Rutgers wasn't easy but with 26 scouts in attendance, the junior quarterback showed off the poise, accuracy and arm strength to warrant his perch atop NFLDraftScout.com's rankings for the 2014 NFL Draft.
A cousin of the late Kasandra Perkins, who was murdered by former Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher, was awarded custody of the couple's infant daughter.
While Kansas City landed an excellent tackle at the No. 1 spot, it's third-round TE Travis Kelce who could make the surprise early impact.
Record-setting former Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray has reportedly signed with Kansas City after a dramatic slide that saw him go undrafted.
Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid has a long history of working with offensive linemen, which helped lead to Eric Fisher being the No. 1 pick on Thursday.
While Eric Fisher at No. 1 to Kansas City isn't a sure thing yet, according to a report, the Chiefs won't be selecting Luke Joeckel at the top spot
Attempting to prove he's well on his way to recovering from the torn ACL suffered on Nov. 24, Florida State pass rusher Cornellius 'Tank' Carradine worked out for scouts on Saturday. He was clocked at 4.93 seconds in the 40-yard dash, according to a high-ranking league source.

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