When it comes to shutdown cornerbacks and the 2013 NFL draft, there's Dee Milliner then everyone else.
Alabama's No. 1 corner is also the top-ranked CB in a solid class that features a number of accomplished cover men. While Mississippi State's Johnthan Banks and Florida State's Xavier Rhodes could challenge for a spot late in the first round, Milliner is the only lock to go on Day 1.
As offenses continue to evolve and the passing game becomes more complex, cornerbacks will only increase in value.
Let's take a look at the best shutdown corners in this year's class.