NFL: Re-Drafting First Three Rounds of 2013 Draft

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NFL: Re-Drafting First Three Rounds of 2013 Draft
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The 2013 NFL draft probably won’t go down as one of the better ones. While it’s still early, many of the first-round selections underachieved in their rookie campaign.

Should the draft be conducted all over again, there’s no way first overall pick Eric Fisher would maintain that spot. Fisher disappointed in year one, at times looking completely lost on the football field. If all 2013 rookies were reentered into a draft, Fisher may not even go in the first round.

In following the usual re-draft format, draft-day trades are not factored in. Hence, the St. Louis Rams—who traded up to the eighth overall pick to acquire Tavon Austin—will stick with the 16th pick, with Buffalo choosing eighth. Trades for players however will count, especially if they were conducted prior to the draft. That means the Seattle Seahawks will get the Minnesota Vikings’ first-round selection for Percy Harvin.

It’s difficult to know how these players will perform heading forward, but as of now, here’s a look at would happen.


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