In today's NFL, scheme and positional versatility is more important than ever. Games are won by creating mismatches and confusion for the opponent by lining up players in unconventional positions. Versatile players can even save roster spots by playing multiple positions.
Safeties need to be able to play both positions. Receivers and tight ends must line up in the slot at some point. Linebackers must be able to rush the passer and defend against the pass.
One-dimensional players have much more limited value.
Here are the most versatile players in the 2013 draft.