The 2013 NFL draft is less than a week away, and it features a first round that appears to be one of the most unpredictable in recent memory—one that is destined to go down as one of the more memorable opening rounds in draft history.
Another first round that is ingrained in our consciousness is 2011's. Remember the NFL lockout? Well, I don't like to either, but it did happen, and it cast a palpable pall over that entire draft—specifically the first round, with fans booing Commissioner Goodell as the league and player's association hadn't yet come to an agreement.
That first round also contained a few shock picks, with teams taking quarterbacks well ahead of their projections (Jake Locker, Blaine Gabbert, Christian Ponder).
So, with two years of hindsight, how would a redraft of the 2011 first round look?
I'm glad you asked.