With the 2013 NFL draft only a few days away, teams that separate themselves as elite drafters find prospects of great value in the late rounds of the draft.
One of those prospects could be J.C. Tretter, an offensive guard out of Cornell who has also shown versatility at other positions.
While there aren't many prospects that come out of the Ivy League every season, many of them have proven to sustain long careers. The most notable lineman was Matt Birk, who announced his retirement this year after 15 seasons.
Here are five things you need to know about Tretter.
Note: Tretter was selected in the fourth round by the Green Bay Packers.