It remains unclear which players will be the top selections in the 2013 NFL draft, but we finally know the prospect pool. It will be larger than ever: A total of 75 underclassmen, an unofficial record number, declared for this year’s draft, joining the already large pool of seniors.
However, not all the top underclassmen declared for the draft. Texas A&M offensive tackle Jake Matthews, Michigan offensive tackle Taylor Lewan and Alabama linebacker C.J. Mosley are among the top prospects who decided to return to school for their senior seasons.
In this latest 2013 NFL mock draft, exactly half of the players selected in the first two rounds had remaining eligibility to play college football. Read on to find out where those 31 players may be chosen.
Disclaimer: Picks 29-32 and 59-62 are contingent upon playoff results and are set in this draft order by projected conference championship game and Super Bowl results.