With just the Super Bowl remaining in the 2012 NFL season, all but two teams have officially entered the offseason. And with the offseason comes the 2013 NFL draft. With that comes mock drafts.
Most mock drafts will project each team's players at their given draft slot. This one is a little different, as it features trades.
At this point, it is even more impossible to predict trades than picks themselves, but there is nothing wrong with trying. At the very least, their inclusion makes mock drafts more interesting.
The draft is still a long ways off, but it's never too early to start predicting picks.