Buying or Selling Top Draft Prospects After the NFL Scouting Combine

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Buying or Selling Top Draft Prospects After the NFL Scouting Combine
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The NFL Scouting Combine is always a huge part of the process for evaluating draft prospects, and the 2013 combine revealed much about this year's crop.

The combine showed us how fast some players are, how big they are and how quick they are. These results have to be taken with a grain of salt, but they shouldn't be overlooked either.

Prospects are beginning to settle into a specific range, and such positioning can cause significant disagreement among analysts. Is each of the top draft picks worthy of the pick he's being valued at?

Did the combine change views on top prospects, or did they all stay even-keel?

Which of the 2013 NFL draft's top prospects should you be buying, and which should you be selling?

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