The 2013 NFL draft isn't even in the books completely, but after three rounds we have a good feeling for which team needs were filled and which were not. And it's never too early to start speculating about next year.
The 2014 draft class has more talent, top-to-bottom, than the 2013 class offered. There is an elite quarterback—or two—and more top-line big uglies at offensive line and defensive line. If the 2013 class lacked elite talent, the 2014 class has plenty of it.
Where will Jadeveon Clowney, Marqise Lee and Teddy Bridgewater be projected to start their NFL careers? We're taking this year's draft order—before trades—and looking ahead one year to the 2014 first round.