The defensive side of the ball is where most of the top prospects in the 2013 NFL draft class can be found. But for many teams this April, the top priority will be adding players who can help them score points.
Whether that be rebuilding the offensive line, adding playmakers who can run and catch or attempting to find a new franchise quarterback, there are plenty of top prospects who could be early-round draft picks.
From Texas A&M left tackle Luke Joeckel to Notre Dame tight end Tyler Eifert and West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith, here's how I rank the top offensive prospects in the draft from No. 25 to No. 1.
These rankings are based on how each player grades out based on their on-field play. They are not indicative of the order in which these players will be drafted.