The NFL draft truly has no offseason. With college football's season two weeks in, it's time to take a fresh look at the positional rankings for the 2013 NFL draft.
It may not seem like much can change in two weeks, but it can. Injuries, poor play, transfers and the impact of players have changed the positional rankings considerably since the preseason.
Impact injuries to Chris Faulk, Tyler Wilson and Brandon Jenkins have already changed the landscape of the first-round prospects, while both solid and poor play has also resonated across the board.
Here's an updated look at the top 10 players each each position for the 2013 NFL draft.