The 2013 NFL draft presents much more running back talent than one might think at first glance.
No, there's no one on the level of Trent Richardson or Doug Martin entering pro football this spring. But Wisconsin's Montee Ball is definitely worth acknowledging. The 2011 Heisman finalist led the Badgers to a second consecutive Big Ten title and nearly pulled off the upset over Stanford in the Rose Bowl.
Factor in the NFL still being a passing league, and it's easy for any running back to go overlooked. Include this year's Heisman presentation not featuring any running backs, and the 2013 draft may appear weaker than recent years.
That is not completely the case, however. Just as we're seeing from Alfred Morris, who was a sixth-round selection, talent resides from all over. These are simply the best for this April.