The 2013 NFL draft class is one that lacks the flash and first-round talent at running back. However productive the prospects were in college, there doesn't seem to be any worth taking before the second round this year.
Running back is one of the quickest transitions from college to the pros, so it is just as likely that a future star is drafted outside of the second round as it is they are drafted in the first.
Adrian Peterson and Alfred Morris are perfect examples of that spectrum of draft position weighed against success. Let's get to know one prospect, Andre Ellington, in preparation for the draft.