Regardless of how talented a draft prospect is, there is usually an ideal situation for the player. There is always that one team that could develop him into a star. Among the 2013 NFL draft's top players, several of these situations exist.
What makes for an ideal situation? The most important factor is coaching and scheme. Some defensive players were made for a 3-4 defense; others are best in a 4-3. Another important factor is the team's talent. The players already on a team can make or break a young prospect's career.
In determining these players' best fits, scheme, coaches and current talent were all considered in addition to a player's own strengths and weaknesses.
Where should the draft's top prospects go if they want to excel in the NFL? Is your team the right fit for your favorite player? Remember: This is the best fit for the player, not necessarily the team.