2013 NFL Mock Draft by FFToolbox Writer, Matt De Lima

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2013 NFL Mock Draft

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17. ATL: Darron Lee, OLB, Ohio State*
Falcons came a long way defensively after their atrocious 2014 defense, but their 2015 collapse proved there are still holes to fill. Defensive line, safety, linebacker, you name it. Lee is a legit 4-3 OLB who can do it all: coverage, play the run or even blitz on occasion. May not fall this far.
18. IND: Ryan Kelly, OC, Alabama
The Colts are basically dead on arrival with their interior lineman and are in serious need of replacements at each of those three positions. If they used every pick on an offensive lineman, their fans would probably be satisfied.
19. BUF: Jarran Reed, DT, Alabama
Kyle Williams is wearing down and aging. The addition of Reed would allow a better rotation in the short term and a long-term Williams replacement. The Bills have a better depth chart than most would give them credit for so they should go best player available.
20. NYJ: Taylor Decker, OT, Ohio State
Ryan Clady was signed after D'Brickashaw Ferguson's retirement; however, Clady will be 30 to start the season and the right side is average at best. QB is definitely a possibility here if Ryan Fitzpatrick is not resigned by draft day.
21. WAS: Reggie Ragland, ILB, Alabama
The Redskins have been looking for a legit MLB since London Fletcher's departure and really, he was pretty bad in his last couple years. Ragland is the best interior LB not named Jaylon Smith.
22. HOU: LaQuon Treadwell, WR, Ole Miss*
Most are putting Treadwell in the Top 10. I'm not seeing it. There is no elite receiver in this draft class so none of them are worth that kind of overinvestment.
23. MIN: Michael Thomas, WR, Ohio State*
The Vikings very obviously need a WR, but they chose a bad year for WR prospects, on paper at least. Thomas can stretch the field and is more pro-ready than some of these other options at the position.
24. CIN: Kevin Dodd, DE, Clemson*
I've seen Dodd as high as the No. 13 pick all the way down to the early second round. He is rising up draft boards but lacks a lengthy resume after just one year as a starter in Cincy.
25. PIT: William Jackson III, CB, Houston
Pittsburgh's patchwork secondary needs work. They were prone to giving up big plays (12 pass plays of 40+ yards allowed).
26. SEA: Germain Ifedi, OT, Texas A&M*
Offensive line was already a weakness but after letting Russell Okung walk via free agency, Seattle will need to rebuild up front. Look for the Seahawks to snag at least two big boys in this year's draft.
27. GB: Leonard Floyd, OLB, Georgia*
He will need to add a good 20 pounds once he enters the league. Floyd has great speed and burst off the edge. Julius Peppers only has a year or two left and the Nick Perry experiment is almost over.
28. KC: Corey Coleman, WR, Baylor*
Just because this draft class lacks a no-brainer, clear-cut superstar at WR doesn't mean teams will stop wanting to improve their receiving corps. I am concerned that Coleman was simply a product of his high-powered offense but the speed and playmaking ability once the ball is in his hands is legit.
29. ATL: Emmanuel Ogbah, DE, Oklahoma State*
The Falcons have been looking for a defensive end for seems like years now. Ogbah is the textbook definition of a defensive end and should be an above average pro from Day 1 with plenty of upside in years to come.
30. CAR: Derrick Henry, RB, Alabama*
Boom or bust right here. Love his size and strength, but I'm terrified of his slow cuts and terrible agility. A great offensive line makes him an All-Pro. A bad offensive line will end his career before it starts.
31. DEN: Paxton Lynch, QB, Memphis*
The Broncos have to draft a QB and could be in a position to trade down if they prefer to wait for their guys on the draft board.
*Underclassmen

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