Four Draft Prospects Every Team Would Kill For

Published on 17-Mar-2013 by Coach
Football - NFL / NFL Daily Update

Four Draft Prospects Every Team Would Kill For

There are the four 2013 NFL Draft prospects every team would kill to get their hands on.

Now, I'm not saying that these are the top four players, although they should be These are the four most interesting prospects that every team should consider drafting in the first round.

Luke Joeckel (OT) ... In the remote case you didn't know, offensive tackles are kind of a big deal. Just ask Tim Tebow. Or Suburban Meyer. Or any Gator fan who saw Tebow get laid (out) for the first time. Every team that doesn't have a lockdown left tackle should draft this guy, and those who do have a lockdown left tackle should draft him to be their lockdown right tackle.

Ezekeil Ansah (DE) ... The guy is a freak! No, seriously. This guy is good for only having two years of football under his belt. Every team should be salivating over the many different ways they could use him: 3-4 DE, 3-4 OLB, 4-3 DE. Guy can do it all.

Chance Warmack (OG) ... Championed by Todd McShay as the second-best prospect in this year's draft, it's possible the only thing holding him back from being the Number One pick is that he is a pure gaurd. While that may be the only knock against him -- and it'd be a truly weak knock, at that -- there is too much upside to pass up on this dude. Unfortunately for his bank balance, he seems likely fall to the middle of the first round

Jarvis Jones (OLB) ... In the same mold of Von Miller and Ansah, Jones's versatality makes him über-valuable in this year's draft. He can play outside linebacker in either a 3-4 or 4-3, although his talent might be wasted if he's not on the line of scrimmage. He can put his hand on the ground and play defensive end in passing situations. The best part about Jones is that he played in the SEC and should make a smooth transition to the NFL.

 

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