Reviewing the Strengths and Weaknesses of the 2013 NFL Draft Class

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Reviewing the Strengths and Weaknesses of the 2013 NFL Draft Class
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Every draft class has its strengths and weaknesses.

Some drafts are loaded with potential superstars at the top, while others (like this 2013 class) have no dominant prospects. Some drafts are thick with potential contributors in the second and third rounds, while others seem to run dry of starters in the middle of the first. Some have "fallers," early-round talents whose drop to the lower rounds makes for must-see TV.

Each class also has position groups of strength, whether it's surefire studs at the top, lots of short-term projects in the middle rounds or intriguing small-school prospects.

Some teams, though, have desperate needs at positions where there just isn't much to be had. No matter how high a team drafts a middling prospect, it won't change how likely that player is to fill their positional need.

Which positions are strengths of the 2013 class, and which are weaknesses?

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