2013 NFL Draft: Projecting Best Team Fits for Top Players

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2013 NFL Draft: Projecting Best Team Fits for Top Players
Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

It's time now to take a look at where some of the best prospects in the 2013 NFL draft class could end up. Players hope they are drafted by teams well positioned to maximize their talents.

That doesn't always happen, as sometimes teams love a player so much that they seem to disregard how well he fits in the system they currently run. One example came last year with the Chicago Bears taking Shea McClellin to play defensive end in a 4-3, even though he was more naturally suited for outside linebacker in a 3-4. The Seattle Seahawks did the same thing by taking Bruce Irvin.

For the sake of the players, we can only hope that each one finds a home that's best suited for his unique talents and abilities. This slideshow intends on helping out with that process.

The best fit for each player was determined by assessing the skills and weaknesses of each prospect and determining which schemes he would best be suited for. Once that was established, the next consideration was finding the proper team that had both the right defensive philosophy and the need for that particular position.

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