Mid-season. We've reached that point in the college football season. Teams have played at least two or three conference games, in some cases more. A 2013 NFL Mock Draft seems to be order, right?
NFL scouts have five or six possible games of film on players to mull over and write up reports. And many are now speculating on the nature of the entire draft. Who will go first overall? Which players are top-five or top-10 talents?
And it's always fun to project which players will go where come April, even if most of these projections are likely to come up short when teams actually head to the podium in New York City.
Nonetheless here is the most updated 2013 NFL Mock Draft (based on standings as of October 12, 2012).