NFL Draft Positional Rankings

With the 2013 NFL Draft less than 24 hours away, football fans are gearing up for the most exciting event of the offseason. NFL teams will look to upgrade their rosters with the most talented stars of college football. In preparation for the NFL Draft, we took a look at the incoming draft class, and ranked the top five players at each position. Here are our official 2013 NFL Draft player rankings.

Mock Top Five

1. Kansas City Chiefs – Luke Joeckel – OT – Texas A&M

2. Jacksonville Jaguars – Eric Fisher – OT – Central Michigan

3. Oakland Raiders – Sharrif Floyd – DT – Florida

4. Philadelphia Eagles – Dion Jordan – OLB – Oregon

5. Detroit Lions – Ezekiel Ansah – DE – BYU

Geno Smith threw for 4,205 yards and 42 touchdowns at West Virginia in 2012.

Geno Smith threw for 4,205 yards and 42 touchdowns at West Virginia in 2012.

Quarterbacks

1. Geno Smith – West Virginia – 6-3, 214 lbs.

2. Matt Barkley- USC – 6-3, 227 lbs.

3. Ryan Nassib – Syracuse – 6-2, 223 lbs.

4. E.J. Manuel- Florida State – 6-4, 237 lbs.

5. Mike Glennon- NC State 6-6, 220 lbs.

Running Backs

1. Giovani Bernard- North Carolina – 5-8, 202 lbs.

2. Eddie Lacy- Alabama – 5-11, 231 lbs.

3. Johnathan Franklin- UCLA – 5-10, 205 lbs.

4. Andre Ellington- Clemson – 5-9, 199 lbs.

5. Christine Michael- Texas A&M – 5-11, 215 lbs.

Wide Receivers

1. Tavon Austin – West Virginia – 5-7, 174 lbs.

2. Justin Hunter  – Tennessee – 6-4, 196 lbs.

3.Keenan Allen – California – 6-2, 206 lbs.

4. DeAndre Hopkins – Clemson – 6-1, 214 lbs.

5. Cordarrelle Patterson – Tennessee – 6-2, 216 lbs.

Texas A&M's Luke Joeckel is projected to be the first overall selection in the 2013 NFL Draft.

Texas A&M’s Luke Joeckel is projected to be the first overall selection in the 2013 NFL Draft.

Offensive Linemen

1. Luke Joeckel (T) – Texas A&M – 6-6, 306 lbs.

2. Eric Fisher (T) – Central Michigan – 6-7, 307lbs.

3. Lane Johnson (T) – Oklahoma- 6-6, 303 lbs.

4. Jonathan Cooper (G) – North Carolina – 6-2, 311 lbs.

5. Chance Warmack (G) – Alabama – 6-2, 317 lbs.

Defensive Linemen

1. Sharrif Floyd (DT) – Florida – 6-3, 297 lbs.

2. Star Lotulelei (DT)- Utah – 6-2, 311 lbs.

3. Ezekial Ansah (DE) – BYU – 6-5, 271 lbs.

4. Bjoern Werner (DE) – Florida State – 6-3, 266 lbs.

5. Sheldon Richardson (DT) – Missouri – 6-3, 294 lbs.

Oregon LB Dion Jordan could be reunited with coach Chip Kelly in Philadelphia

Oregon LB Dion Jordan could be reunited with coach Chip Kelly in Philadelphia.

Linebackers

1. Dion Jordan (OLB) – Oregon – 6-6, 248 lbs.

2. Barkevious Mingo (OLB) – LSU – 6-4, 241 lbs.

3. Jarvis Jones (OLB) – Georgia – 6-3, 245 lbs.

4. Manti Te’o (ILB)- Notre Dame – 6-1, 241 lbs.

5. Alec Ogeltree (ILB) – Georgia- 6-3, 242 lbs.

Secondary

1. Dee Miliner (CB) – Alabama- 6-0, 201 lbs.

2. Kenny Vaccaro (FS) – Texas- 6-0, 214 lbs.

3. Xavier Rhodes (CB) – Florida State – 6-2, 210 lbs.

4. Desmond Trufant (CB) – Washington – 6-0, 190 lbs.

5. Matt Elam (SS) – Florida – 5-10, 208 lbs.

Specialists

1. Dustin Hopkins (K) – Florida State – 6-2, 193 lbs.

2. Caleb Sturgis (K) – Florida – 5-10, 188 lbs.

3. Brett Maher (K) – Nebraska – 6-0, 186 lbs.

4. Jeff Locke (P) – UCLA – 6-1, 209 lbs.

5. Quinn Sharp (P) – Oklahoma State – 6-1, 189 lbs.

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