Each and every year, players are moved down draft boards for their size, speed and/or character concerns. But several years down the road, a draft class is put under the microscope, bringing several prospects to light as being drafted too low.
A year ago, the Seattle Seahawks drafted Wisconsin quarterback Russell Wilson in the third round. Wilson went on to lead the Seahawks to the playoffs, accounting for 30 total touchdowns and a 100.0 passer rating.
One year into the Russell Wilson Era in Seattle, teams are surely scratching their heads wondering how they let him go unclaimed until Round 3.
Several weeks prior to last year's draft, we identified five players who would be drafted too low. Doug Martin, T.Y. Hilton and Lavonte David all made well on that classification.
Now, let's take a look at five players in the 2013 NFL draft who will be drafted too low.