Well, this should be easy.
The first round of the 2013 NFL draft was dominated by the big uglies. Offensive tackles occupied the top two spots for the first time in modern NFL history and Lane Johnson made it three tackles in the first four picks. In total, five offensive tackles were selected in the first round. Four interior linemen came off the board.
On the defensive side of the ball, there were six defensive linemen, five linebackers, four cornerbacks and three safeties selected.
That left room for just one quarterback (E.J. Manuel), three wide receivers (Tavon Austin, DeAndre Hopkins, Cordarrelle Patterson) and one tight end (Tyler Eifert).
That means there are plenty of fantasy football difference makers still hanging around for day two of the draft. Here’s a look at the five who are most likely to make a fantasy impact in 2013 and beyond.