Former North Carolina linebacker Kevin Reddick was just one of the many talented players available after the 7th round. Check out who could come to your city in the near future.
Several highly-ranked players from Draftnasty.com were still on the board in the final round of the 2013 NFL Draft. See if your team scooped one of them up in our Round 7 recap. Mr. Irrelevant, South Carolina tight end Justice Cunningham, pictured, closed the day as one of the more valuable last players picked in recent memory.
The sixth round featured a litany of players whose best football may still lie ahead. The Houston Texans picked one of the potential Hidden Gems in this year's class with the selection of former San Jose State offensive tackle David Quessenberry (#76 pictured).
This round featured a number of players who overcame serious injury or even greater obstacles in their treks to the NFL. No player better signifies than that former Georgia Tech and Richmond safety Cooper Taylor, who was the 152nd pick by the New York Giants.
In a round that saw USC quarterback Matt Barkley go off the board, there were also some other notable prospects who finally found a home. Jelani Jenkins (#3 pictured) may prove to be one of the true keepers as the 104th pick by the Miami Dolphins.
A lot of talent remains available for day three of the draft, including two-time Big East Defensive Player of the Year Khaseem Greene.
There weren't a litany of surprises in Rounds 2 or 3, but one constant remained. There has yet to be the long-awaited run on quarterbacks.
Wide receiver Quinton Patton will be one of many players looking to be selected on day two of the 2013 NFL Draft.
DraftNasty looks back at the first round of the 2013 NFL Draft. Florida State's EJ Manuel, pictured, was the only quarterback selected on the draft's first night.
After starting his career at running back and then moving to the defensive side of the ball, Arkansas State’s Don Jones (#5 pictured) certainly left his mark for the Red Wolves. Proof of his explosion (4.40, 40-yard dash, 44-inch vertical jump and 10’7" broad jump) has consistently shown up during the pre-draft process. Find out what one of the 2013 NFL Draft’s best special teams prospects has done to further ingratiate his name in the minds of NFL scouts.