November is an interesting month regarding the NFL draft, because there are so many key games at the pro and college levels.
NFL postseason implications intensify and the races for conference championships, BCS bowl games and the Heisman Trophy significantly enhance. Geno Smith is among the best quarterbacks right now, despite the West Virginia Mountaineers' slump.
With a 72.0 completion percentage through eight games in 2012, Smith's big arm and ability to make pre-snap reads can transition well for pro football.
As one of the expected first round picks in the 2013 NFL draft, let's move forward and check out where Smith and the rest of college football's top prospects get selected.