When you think about how many players are drafted over the course of seven rounds, it's a given that not every player will make an impact. Some won't even make it to the beginning of the season, others will be career backups and only a handful will go on to be Pro Bowl-caliber players.
It's a myth that all All-Pro and Pro Bowl players are drafted in the first round. If this was the case, no general manager would ever lose his job, which is why good GMs know how to find talent in every round.
The best kind of talent to find in the draft are the "steals." Players drop every year for numerous reasons. Some have undisclosed medical red flags, concerning off-the-field problems or were a product of media hype.
Whatever the reason, top-notch organizations capitalize on certain players being under drafted and turn them into superstars. Making front office executives of other organizations look foolish in the process.
Let's take a look at seven of the biggest "steals" from Day 2 of the 2013 NFL draft.