The 2013 NFL Draft is only one day away, but draft boards and expert mock drafts continue to be shaken up as new information flows in from team representatives and general managers.
The biggest piece of news to surface as the final week of the pre-draft period wraps up has probably been the meteoric rise of UCLA running back Johnathan Franklin's draft stock. In recent days, Tony Pauline of draftinsider.net, has tweeted that a number of teams now have Franklin higher on their draft boards than Eddie Lacy, who had been the consensus No. 1 running back for most of the offseason.
Chris Wesseling of nfl.com reports that Franklin has been receiving comparisons to Frank Gore and Doug Martin, and that he could represent the hope that a running back will be selected in the first round of the 2013 Draft.
Let's take a look at the teams that should have a lot of interest in Franklin's services and where he will most likely be taken on draft day.