Defense reigns supreme at the top of the 2013 NFL draft.
That said, Geno Smith will still go No. 1 overall, thanks to the desperate need the NFL's worst franchises have for a franchise quarterback.
After Smith, though, the water's a bit murky regarding the other "top" quarterback prospects across the nation. For instance, Matt Barkley isn't a first-round quarterback on my board right now, but given the lack of talent at the position this season, he'll likely be drafted in the first round, a la Blaine Gabbert and Christian Ponder in 2011.
It's important to remember that all scouts rank players differently, so please take that in mind as you peruse my latest mock draft.