The 2013 NFL draft is bursting with talent, and not just on the football field.
The line between boom and bust in the NFL is a thin one, and if you're on the wrong side of it for long—you're canned. Both as a player and as an evaluator.
As NFL teams converge upon Indianapolis for the 2013 NFL Scouting Combine, their staffs are looking for any possible separating factor in prospects.
Teams have plenty of time right now. These are the months that the draft community call "silly season." The NFL's annual pre-draft player evaluation process, ripe with smoke signals and misinformation.
The Senior Bowl. The combine. The pro days mixed through free agency, and finally the 2013 NFL draft.
The most important test at the NFL combine is the interview process. A multi-million dollar job interview cannot be won without sitting face to face with the boss. In this situation, every corporate psychometric model for effective interviewing starts with a simple question—or rather, a command.
"Tell me about yourself."
The slides that follow outline unique skills on the resumes of some of 2013's top NFL draft prospects.