Typically, every NFL team has one rookie break out and establish himself as a legitimate star. Some teams have more, and some have none. Most have at least one.
It isn't always so easy to tell who that player might be. It can be a seventh-round pick, or it can unsurprisingly be a team's first selection. It could be anyone.
Factors considered here were pre-draft evaluations, talent level and fit with NFL teams. Position was also considered. A quarterback isn't too likely to be a star right away, though Robert Griffin, Russell Wilson and Andrew Luck certainly disagree.
Position was an issue in another way as well. Is a center really a star? How about a kicker? Some less glamorous positions were still featured, but primarily due to a lack of other options.
Your team is certainly going to have a draft class full of stars, but who is going to be the one to stand out in 2013?