With the vast majority of the league currently undergoing organized team activities (OTAs) and the rest soon to follow, it's time to examine the players who are set to emerge as potential superstars for the 2013 season.
When I put this list together, I set forth a specific criteria:
The player must be 27 or younger, the player must never have been selected for either an All-Pro team or for the Pro Bowl, the player must not be entering his rookie season and the player must be capable of making a huge impact in 2013.
The one final piece of criteria? There must be common sense instituted in the rankings. That means players like Dez Bryant, Colin Kaepernick and Eric Decker (to name a few) are disqualified from the list, as the argument can easily be made that they're already superstars, despite having fulfilled the qualifications listed above.
Remember, this list is all about "potential" superstars emerging. That means no "current" superstar can be chosen.
So, without further adieu, here are the 10 potential superstars who could (and will) emerge during OTAs: