Defense is overtaking the 2013 NFL draft class.
And with this happening, the mid-round prospects become more appealing, because some with first-round talent will inevitably fall to Day 2 or Day 3.
Georgia's Bacarri Rambo is a primary example, as the Bulldogs fielded an elite defense throughout 2012.
By the same token, Rambo can go underrated courtesy of the immense talent on Georgia's defense. Factor in a shallow safety class for top talent and he becomes lumped into the crowd.
We'll first hit Rambo as well, but there are also other middle-round gems we'll check out that possess Round 1 talent this April.