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Star Lotulelei is part of a deep defensive tackle class.
Defensive tackle is arguably the strongest position group in the 2013 draft. It features a number of blue-chip prospects who can immediately improve a pro defense.
Scheme flexibility is the order of the day, beginning with Utah linchpin, Star Lotulelei. Similar to New England Patriots mainstay Vince Wilfork, Lotulelei plays quick for his massive frame.
That quick-twitch style means he regularly penetrates the line of scrimmage and collapses the pocket. No matter what an offense tries to do, corralling Lotulelei has to be the first priority.
Rivalling Lotulelei in both versatility and dominance is Ohio State behemoth Jonathan Hankins. A natural focal point for a defensive front, Hankins is a prolific playmaker anywhere along the interior.
Even after these two stud prospects, the defensive tackle class boasts some fine talent, including Georgia's John Jenkins and Alabama's Jesse Williams.
Any team rebuilding the defense should be identifying a prospect from this group as its main target on draft day.