The 2013 NFL draft appears to be the league's most unpredictable selection meeting in years. Just 10 days away from the draft's opening night, it's still not clear which players will be selected among the top few selections.
For potential top-two draft picks Luke Joeckel (Texas A&M offensive tackle), Geno Smith (West Virginia quarterback) and Dion Jordan (Oregon outside linebacker), projections from media draft analysts vary greatly. As much as any other draft in recent memory, this draft is set up for some big surprises, both in risers and fallers, on Day 1 of the draft April 25.
In the following 32 slides, I break down my latest projections for the current 2013 NFL draft order as it stands.
Disclaimer: I regularly publish my mock drafts on NEPatriotsDraft.com. For the sake of keeping this mock draft unique and open to different possibilities, I chose not to project any top-10 trades. (I projected two top-10 trades in my latest mock on NEPD.)