2013 NFL Mock Draft: Adding Trades to the 1st Round Picture

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2013 NFL Mock Draft: Adding Trades to the 1st Round Picture
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Not as shiny near the top of the draft board as Kansas City, Jacksonville and other teams would like it to be, the demand for a Top 10, let alone a Top Five overall pick will be significantly lower in the 2013 draft then in years past. There is no Andrew Luck or Cam Newton or even Sam Bradford in this class. 

In working this mock draft, I had been assigned to write this "With trades"; although I was only able to pull off one trade (which I'm very confident could happen if the order stayed the same), I will have a number of picks highlighted as "Potential trade-down, trade-up slots".

There was a wide discrepancy between offensive linemen and skilled positions, with five more offensive linemen being taken. After the combine, I envision only one quarterback and one receiver being selected in the top round and who those two are may surprise you. 

With many months left in the process, this is more of a refresher for fans to see the best that is available in the draft and their respective team fits. 

Comment below with your thoughts on how your team came out in my first mock draft the season.

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