NFL Draft Order 2013: Full List of Selections for Entire Draft

Ethan GrantAnalyst IFebruary 4, 2013

NEW YORK, NY - APRIL 26:  NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell stands at the posium during the 2012 NFL Draft at Radio City Music Hall on April 26, 2012 in New York City.  (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)
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The 2013 NFL draft isn't exactly home to the most talented crop of collegiate prospects in the history of its existence, but there are plenty of prospects that can help teams be more competitive in 2013.

From the Kansas City Chiefs onwards, the 32 teams in this year's draft will have plenty of chances to do so, as most teams will keep a majority of their own picks and figure to pick up a few more before the April event is all over.

With so many new head coaches in place and a few teams in complete rebuilding mode, you can bet general managers and owners will be willing to mingle and dangle trade options out there for the rest of the 31 participants to fawn over.

With the Super Bowl in the books and the order now officially set, we can pencil in the order for this year's draft. Teams that are tied in the standings with other teams will operate on a rotating model after the first round.

Here's a look at all seven rounds of the draft and where your team will pick in each.


2013 NFL Draft Order, All Seven Rounds

               1          2     3     4     5     6     7
1 Kansas City Chiefs  JAC   KC  JAC   KC  JAC   KC
2 Jacksonville Jaguars  SF*  JAC   KC  JAC   KC  JAC
3 Oakland Raiders  PHI  DET  OAK  PHI  DET  OAK
4 Philadelphia Eagles  DET  OAK  PHI  DET  OAK  PHI
5 Detroit Lions  CIN*  PHI  MIN*  OAK  PHI  DET
6 Cleveland Browns  ARI  CLE
7 Arizona Cardinals          CLE
 Forfeited Pick

8 Buffalo Bills  NYJ  TEN
9 New York Jets  TEN  BUF
10 Tennessee Titans  BUF  NYJ
11  San Diego Chargers
12  Miami Dolphins
 TB  SF*  NO  SD  SF*
13  Tampa Bay Buccaneers
14  Carolina Panthers
Forfeited Pick 
15  New Orleans Saints
16  St. Louis Rams
17  Pittsburgh Steelers
18  Dallas Cowboys
19  New York Giants
20  Chicago Bears
21  Cincinnati Bengals
 St. Louis Rams*
23  Minnesota Vikings
24  Indianapolis Colts
25  Minnesota Vikings*
26  Green Bay Packers
27  Houston Texans
28  Denver Broncos
29  New England Patriots
30  Atlanta Falcons
31  San Francisco 49ers
32  Baltimore Ravens


Other outstanding trades that will result in compensatory picks include the following:

Philadelphia from Denver—for DT Brodrick Bunkley
Seattle from Oakland—for LB Aaron Curry
Seattle from New Orleans—for LB Barrett Ruud
Cleveland from Philadelphia—for FS David Sims
Arizona from Minnesota—for CB A.J. Jefferson


Notes: Picks labeled as "BOLD*" indicate a previous trade that has affected which teams hold the selection. Information from and impending trade information from was used to compile this report.

Ethan Grant is a featured columnist for B/R's Breaking News Team.