It’s no secret that the 2013 NFL draft does not include the star names at the top of the draft that the 2012 draft did. There’s no Andrew Luck or RG3, or even a high-profile running back like Trent Richardson. But to say the 2013 draft lacks talent would be unfair and inaccurate. While teams at the top of the draft may not have penciled-in Pro Bowlers, there is a wealth of value to be had in the second through fourth rounds.
One of the most loaded positions is cornerback, where a plethora of players from both high-profile universities and small colleges will be available in the middle rounds. One such cornerback is Terry Hawthorne from the University of Illinois.
Hawthorne was on an Illini defense that underachieved in 2012, but he remains a mid-round cornerback prospect that could possibly go in the top 100 picks.