2013 NFL Draft

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2013 NFL Draft
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General information
Date(s)April 25–27, 2013
Location Radio City Music Hall
in New York City, NY
Network(s) ESPN, NFL Network
Overview
254 total selections in 7 rounds
League NFL
First selection Eric Fisher, OT
Kansas City Chiefs
Mr. Irrelevant Justice Cunningham, TE
Indianapolis Colts
Most selections (11) Green Bay Packers
San Francisco 49ers
Seattle Seahawks
Fewest selections (5) Carolina Panthers
Cleveland Browns
New Orleans Saints
  2012
2014  

The 2013 NFL Draft was the 78th annual meeting of National Football League (NFL) franchises to select newly eligible football players. The draft, which is officially called the "NFL Player Selection Meeting", [1] was held at Radio City Music Hall in New York City, New York, on April 25 through April 27. [2] [3]

Contents

Eric Fisher was chosen first overall by the Kansas City Chiefs, becoming the fourth offensive lineman ever to be selected with the top pick (all of them being tackles), since the first Common draft in 1967. [4] Players who attended high school in 39 of the 50 states were selected in this draft; Florida and California led with 27 draftees each. [5] South Carolina contributed the most drafted players on a per capita basis with 13 players, or one of every 355,798 residents of the state. [5] Among colleges, Florida State led with 11 players selected. [6] :31

A record 11 players from countries other than the United States were selected (Ghanaians Ezekiel Ansah and Edmund Kugbila, Tongan Star Lotulelei, German Björn Werner, Englishman Menelik Watson, Estonian Margus Hunt, Liberian Sio Moore, Jamaican Trevardo Williams, Australian Jesse Williams, Canadian Luke Willson and Zimbabwean Stansly Maponga), breaking the record set by the 2012 NFL Draft. [7] Meanwhile, nine offensive linemen were selected in the first round which ties a record previously set in 1968. [8]

The following is the breakdown of the 254 players selected by position:

Early entrants

A record 73 underclassmen forfeited any remaining NCAA eligibility they may have been eligible for and declared themselves available to be selected in the draft. [9] Of these, 52 (71.2%) were drafted. [6] :31

Determination of draft order

The draft order is based generally on each team's record from the previous season, with teams which qualified for the postseason selecting after those which failed to make the playoffs. [10]

Player selections

*= compensatory selection
= Pro Bowler [N 1]
Positions key
C Center CB Cornerback DB Defensive back DE Defensive end
DL Defensive lineman DT Defensive tackle FB Fullback FS Free safety
G Guard HB Halfback K Placekicker KR Kick returner
LB Linebacker LS Long snapper OT Offensive tackle OL Offensive lineman
NT Nose tackle P Punter PR Punt returner QB Quarterback
RB Running back S Safety SS Strong safety TB Tailback
TE Tight end WR Wide receiver     
3-time All-Pro receiver DeAndre Hopkins, taken 27 overall by Houston DeAndre Hopkins.JPG
3-time All-Pro receiver DeAndre Hopkins, taken 27 overall by Houston
Running back Le'Veon Bell, taken in the 2nd round by Pittsburgh, holds several franchise rushing records, as well as being selected to 3 pro bowls LeVeon Bell 26 practicing 2013.jpg
Running back Le'Veon Bell, taken in the 2nd round by Pittsburgh, holds several franchise rushing records, as well as being selected to 3 pro bowls
Tight end Travis Kelce, taken in the 3rd round by Kansas City, is a 5-time Pro Bowler, 4-time All Pro and Super Bowl champion Travis Kelce.JPG
Tight end Travis Kelce, taken in the 3rd round by Kansas City, is a 5-time Pro Bowler, 4-time All Pro and Super Bowl champion
Safety Tyrann Mathieu, taken in the 3rd round by Arizona, was named to the NFL 2010s All-Decade Team Tyrann Mathieu.jpg
Safety Tyrann Mathieu, taken in the 3rd round by Arizona, was named to the NFL 2010s All-Decade Team
Rnd.Pick No.NFL teamPlayerPos.CollegeConf.Notes
1 1 Kansas City Chiefs Eric Fisher   OT Central Michigan MAC
1 2 Jacksonville Jaguars Luke Joeckel   OT Texas A&M SEC
13 Miami Dolphins Dion Jordan   DE Oregon Pac-12 from Oakland   [R1 - 1]
14 Philadelphia Eagles Lane Johnson   OT Oklahoma Big 12
15 Detroit Lions Ezekiel Ansah   DE BYU Ind. (FBS)
16 Cleveland Browns Barkevious Mingo   DE LSU SEC
17 Arizona Cardinals Jonathan Cooper   OG North Carolina ACC
18 St. Louis Rams Tavon Austin   WR West Virginia Big 12 from Buffalo   [R1 - 2]
19 New York Jets Dee Milliner   CB Alabama SEC
110 Tennessee Titans Chance Warmack   OG Alabama SEC
111 San Diego Chargers D. J. Fluker   OT Alabama SEC
112 Oakland Raiders D. J. Hayden   CB Houston C-USA from Miami   [R1 - 3]
113 New York Jets Sheldon Richardson   DT Missouri SEC from Tampa Bay   [R1 - 4]
114 Carolina Panthers Star Lotulelei   DT Utah Pac-12
115 New Orleans Saints Kenny Vaccaro   S Texas Big 12
116 Buffalo Bills EJ Manuel   QB Florida State ACC from St. Louis   [R1 - 5]
117 Pittsburgh Steelers Jarvis Jones   LB Georgia SEC
118 San Francisco 49ers Eric Reid   S LSU SEC from Dallas   [R1 - 6]
119 New York Giants Justin Pugh   OT Syracuse Big East
120 Chicago Bears Kyle Long   OG Oregon Pac-12
121 Cincinnati Bengals Tyler Eifert   TE Notre Dame Ind. (FBS)
122 Atlanta Falcons Desmond Trufant   CB Washington Pac-12 from Washington via St. Louis   [R1 - 7]
123 Minnesota Vikings Sharrif Floyd   DT Florida SEC
124 Indianapolis Colts Björn Werner   DE Florida State ACC
125 Minnesota Vikings Xavier Rhodes   CB Florida State ACC from Seattle   [R1 - 8]
126 Green Bay Packers Datone Jones   DE UCLA Pac-12
127 Houston Texans DeAndre Hopkins   WR Clemson ACC
128 Denver Broncos Sylvester Williams   DT North Carolina ACC
129 Minnesota Vikings Cordarrelle Patterson   RB Tennessee SEC from New England   [R1 - 9]
130 St. Louis Rams Alec Ogletree   LB Georgia SEC from Atlanta   [R1 - 10]
131 Dallas Cowboys Travis Frederick   C Wisconsin Big Ten from San Francisco   [R1 - 11]
132 Baltimore Ravens Matt Elam   S Florida SEC
233 Jacksonville Jaguars Johnathan Cyprien   S FIU Sun Belt
234 Tennessee Titans Justin Hunter   WR Tennessee SEC from Kansas City via San Francisco   [R2 - 1]
235 Philadelphia Eagles Zach Ertz   TE Stanford Pac-12
236 Detroit Lions Darius Slay   CB Mississippi State SEC
237 Cincinnati Bengals Giovani Bernard   RB North Carolina ACC from Oakland   [R2 - 2]
238 San Diego Chargers Manti Te'o   LB Notre Dame Ind. (FBS) from Arizona   [R2 - 3]
238.5 Cleveland Browns selection forfeited during the 2012 supplemental draft. [Forfeited picks 1]
239 New York Jets Geno Smith   QB West Virginia Big 12
240 San Francisco 49ers Tank Carradine   DE Florida State ACC from Tennessee   [R2 - 4]
241 Buffalo Bills Robert Woods   WR USC Pac-12
242 Oakland Raiders Menelik Watson   OT Florida State ACC from Miami   [R2 - 5]
243 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Johnthan Banks   CB Mississippi State SEC
244 Carolina Panthers Kawann Short   DT Purdue Big Ten
244.5 New Orleans Saints selection forfeited [Forfeited picks 2]
245 Arizona Cardinals Kevin Minter   LB LSU SEC from San Diego   [R2 - 6]
246 Buffalo Bills Kiko Alonso   LB Oregon Pac-12 from St. Louis   [R2 - 7]
247 Dallas Cowboys Gavin Escobar   TE San Diego State MW
248 Pittsburgh Steelers Le'Veon Bell   RB Michigan State Big Ten
249 New York Giants Johnathan Hankins   DT Ohio State Big Ten
250 Chicago Bears Jonathan Bostic   LB Florida SEC
251 Washington Redskins David Amerson   CB N.C. State ACC
252 New England Patriots Jamie Collins   LB Southern Miss C-USA from Minnesota   [R2 - 8]
253 Cincinnati Bengals Margus Hunt   DE SMU C-USA
254 Miami Dolphins Jamar Taylor   CB Boise State MW from Indianapolis   [R2 - 9]
255 San Francisco 49ers Vance McDonald   TE Rice C-USA from Green Bay   [R2 - 10]
256 Baltimore Ravens Arthur Brown   LB Kansas State Big 12 from Seattle   [R2 - 11]
257 Houston Texans D.J. Swearinger   S South Carolina SEC
258 Denver Broncos Montee Ball   RB Wisconsin Big Ten
259 New England Patriots Aaron Dobson   WR Marshall C-USA
260 Atlanta Falcons Robert Alford   CB Southeastern Louisiana Southland
261 Green Bay Packers Eddie Lacy   RB Alabama SEC from San Francisco   [R2 - 12]
262 Seattle Seahawks Christine Michael   RB Texas A&M SEC from Baltimore   [R2 - 13]
363 Kansas City Chiefs Travis Kelce   TE Cincinnati Big East
364 Jacksonville Jaguars Dwayne Gratz   CB Connecticut Big East
365 Detroit Lions Larry Warford   OG Kentucky SEC
366 Oakland Raiders Sio Moore   LB Connecticut Big East
367 Philadelphia Eagles Bennie Logan   DT LSU SEC
368 Cleveland Browns Leon McFadden   CB San Diego State MW
369 Arizona Cardinals Tyrann Mathieu   CB LSU SEC
370 Tennessee Titans Blidi Wreh-Wilson   CB Connecticut Big East
371 St. Louis Rams T. J. McDonald   S USC Pac-12 from Buffalo   [R3 - 1]
372 New York Jets Brian Winters   OG Kent State MAC
373 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Mike Glennon   QB N.C. State ACC
374 Dallas Cowboys Terrance Williams   WR Baylor Big 12 from Carolina via San Francisco   [R3 - 2]
375 New Orleans Saints Terron Armstead   OT Arkansas–Pine Bluff SWAC
376 San Diego Chargers Keenan Allen   WR California Pac-12
377 Miami Dolphins Dallas Thomas   OG Tennessee SEC
378 Buffalo Bills Marquise Goodwin   WR Texas Big 12 from St. Louis   [R3 - 3]
379 Pittsburgh Steelers Markus Wheaton   WR Oregon State Pac-12
380 Dallas Cowboys J. J. Wilcox   S Georgia Southern SoCon
381 New York Giants Damontre Moore   DE Texas A&M SEC
382 New Orleans Saints John Jenkins   DT Georgia SEC from Chicago via Miami   [R3 - 4]
383 New England Patriots Logan Ryan   CB Rutgers Big East from Minnesota   [R3 - 5]
384 Cincinnati Bengals Shawn Williams   S Georgia SEC
385 Washington Redskins Jordan Reed   TE Florida SEC
386 Indianapolis Colts Hugh Thornton   OG Illinois Big Ten
387 Seattle Seahawks Jordan Hill   DT Penn State Big Ten
388 San Francisco 49ers Corey Lemonier   DE Auburn SEC from Green Bay   [R3 - 6]
389 Houston Texans Brennan Williams   OT North Carolina ACC
390 Denver Broncos Kayvon Webster   CB South Florida Big East
391 New England Patriots Duron Harmon   S Rutgers Big East
392 St. Louis Rams Stedman Bailey   WR West Virginia Big 12 from Atlanta   [R3 - 7]
393 Miami Dolphins Will Davis   CB Utah State WAC from San Francisco via Green Bay   [R3 - 8]
394 Baltimore Ravens Brandon Williams   DT Missouri Southern State MIAA
3*95 Houston Texans Sam Montgomery   DE LSU SEC
3*96 Kansas City Chiefs Knile Davis   RB Arkansas SEC
3*97 Tennessee Titans Zaviar Gooden   LB Missouri SEC
498 Philadelphia Eagles Matt Barkley   QB USC Pac-12 from Jacksonville   [R4 - 1]
499 Kansas City Chiefs Nico Johnson   LB Alabama SEC
4100 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Akeem Spence   DT Illinois Big Ten from Oakland   [R4 - 2]
4101 Jacksonville Jaguars Ace Sanders   WR South Carolina SEC from Philadelphia   [R4 - 3]
4102 New England Patriots Josh Boyce   WR TCU Big 12 from Detroit via Minnesota   [R4 - 4]
4103 Arizona Cardinals Alex Okafor   DE Texas Big 12
4104 Miami Dolphins Jelani Jenkins   LB Florida SEC from Cleveland   [R4 - 5]
4105 Buffalo Bills Duke Williams   S Nevada MW
4106 Miami Dolphins Dion Sims   TE Michigan State Big Ten from New York Jets via New Orleans   [R4 - 6]
4107 Tennessee Titans Brian Schwenke   C California Pac-12
4108 Carolina Panthers Edmund Kugbila   OG Valdosta State Gulf South
4109 Green Bay Packers David Bakhtiari   OT Colorado Pac-12 from New Orleans via Miami   [R4 - 7]
4110 New York Giants Ryan Nassib   QB Syracuse Big East from San Diego via Arizona   [R4 - 8]
4111 Pittsburgh Steelers Shamarko Thomas   S Syracuse Big East from Miami via Cleveland   [R4 - 9]
4112 Oakland Raiders Tyler Wilson   QB Arkansas SEC from Tampa Bay   [R4 - 10]
4113 St. Louis Rams Barrett Jones   OG Alabama SEC
4114 Dallas Cowboys B. W. Webb   CB William & Mary CAA
4115 Pittsburgh Steelers Landry Jones   QB Oklahoma Big 12
4116 Arizona Cardinals Earl Watford   OG James Madison CAA from New York Giants   [R4 - 11]
4117 Chicago Bears Khaseem Greene   LB Rutgers Big East
4118 Cincinnati Bengals Sean Porter   LB Texas A&M SEC
4119 Washington Redskins Phillip Thomas   S Fresno State MW
4120 Minnesota Vikings Gerald Hodges   LB Penn State Big Ten
4121 Indianapolis Colts Khaled Holmes   C USC Pac-12
4122 Green Bay Packers JC Tretter   OT Cornell Ivy
4123 Seattle Seahawks Chris Harper   WR Kansas State Big 12
4124 Houston Texans Trevardo Williams   DE Connecticut Big East
4125 Green Bay Packers Johnathan Franklin   RB UCLA Pac-12 from Denver   [R4 - 12]
4126 Tampa Bay Buccaneers William Gholston   DE Michigan State Big Ten from New England   [R4 - 13]
4127 Atlanta Falcons Malliciah Goodman   DE Clemson ACC
4128 San Francisco 49ers Quinton Patton   WR Louisiana Tech WAC
4129 Baltimore Ravens John Simon   DE Ohio State Big Ten
4*130 Baltimore Ravens Kyle Juszczyk   FB Harvard Ivy
4*131 San Francisco 49ers Marcus Lattimore   RB South Carolina SEC
4*132 Detroit Lions Devin Taylor   DE South Carolina SEC
4*133 Atlanta Falcons Levine Toilolo   TE Stanford Pac-12
5134 Kansas City Chiefs Sanders Commings   CB Georgia SEC
5135 Jacksonville Jaguars Denard Robinson   RB Michigan Big Ten
5136 Philadelphia Eagles Earl Wolff   S N.C. State ACC
5137 Seattle Seahawks Jesse Williams   DT Alabama SEC from Detroit   [R5 - 1]
5138 Seattle Seahawks Tharold Simon   CB LSU SEC from Oakland   [R5 - 2]
5139 Indianapolis Colts Montori Hughes   DT UT Martin OVC from Cleveland   [R5 - 3]
5140 Arizona Cardinals Stepfan Taylor   RB Stanford Pac-12
5141 New York Jets Oday Aboushi   OG Virginia ACC
5142 Tennessee Titans Lavar Edwards   DE LSU SEC
5143 Buffalo Bills Jonathan Meeks   S Clemson ACC
5144 New Orleans Saints Kenny Stills   WR Oklahoma Big 12
5145 San Diego Chargers Steve Williams   CB California Pac-12
5146 Denver Broncos Quanterus Smith   DE WKU Sun Belt from Miami via Green Bay   [R5 - 4]
5147 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Steven Means   LB Buffalo MAC
5148 Carolina Panthers A. J. Klein   LB Iowa State Big 12
5149 St. Louis Rams Brandon McGee   CB Miami (FL) ACC
5150 Pittsburgh Steelers Terry Hawthorne   CB Illinois Big Ten
5151 Dallas Cowboys Joseph Randle   RB Oklahoma State Big 12
5152 New York Giants Cooper Taylor   S Richmond CAA
5153 Atlanta Falcons Stansly Maponga   DE TCU Big 12 from Chicago   [R5 - 5]
5154 Washington Redskins Chris Thompson   RB Florida State ACC
5155 Minnesota Vikings Jeff Locke   P UCLA Pac-12
5156 Cincinnati Bengals Tanner Hawkinson   OT Kansas Big 12
5157 San Francisco 49ers Quinton Dial   DE Alabama SEC from Indianapolis   [R5 - 6]
5158 Seattle Seahawks Luke Willson   TE Rice C-USA
5159 Green Bay Packers Micah Hyde   CB Iowa Big Ten
5160 St. Louis Rams Zac Stacy   RB Vanderbilt SEC from Houston   [R5 - 7]
5161 Denver Broncos Tavarres King   WR Georgia SEC
5162 Washington Redskins Brandon Jenkins   LB Florida State ACC from New England   [R5 - 8]
5163 Chicago Bears Jordan Mills   OT Louisiana Tech WAC from Atlanta   [R5 - 9]
5164 Miami Dolphins Mike Gillislee   RB Florida SEC from San Francisco via Cleveland   [R5 - 10]
5165 Detroit Lions Sam Martin   P Appalachian State SoCon from Baltimore via Seattle   [R5 - 11]
5*166 Miami Dolphins Caleb Sturgis   K Florida SEC
5*167 Green Bay Packers Josh Boyd   DT Mississippi State SEC
5*168 Baltimore Ravens Ricky Wagner   OT Wisconsin Big Ten
6169 Jacksonville Jaguars Josh Evans   S Florida SEC
6170 Kansas City Chiefs Eric Kush   C California (PA) PSAC
6171 Detroit Lions Corey Fuller   WR Virginia Tech ACC
6172 Oakland Raiders Nick Kasa   TE Colorado Pac-12
6173 Denver Broncos Vinston Painter   OT Virginia Tech ACC from Philadelphia via Cleveland, San Francisco and Green Bay   [R6 - 1]
6174 Arizona Cardinals Ryan Swope   WR Texas A&M SEC
6175 Cleveland Browns Jamoris Slaughter   S Notre Dame Ind. (FBS)
6176 Houston Texans David Quessenberry   OT San Jose State WAC from Tennessee via Minnesota, Arizona, and Oakland   [R6 - 2]
6177 Buffalo Bills Dustin Hopkins   K Florida State ACC
6178 New York Jets William Campbell   OG Michigan Big Ten
6179 San Diego Chargers Tourek Williams   DE FIU Sun Belt
6180 San Francisco 49ers Nick Moody   LB Florida State ACC from Miami   [R6 - 3]
6181 Oakland Raiders Latavius Murray   RB UCF C-USA from Tampa Bay   [R6 - 4]
6182 Carolina Panthers Kenjon Barner   RB Oregon Pac-12
6183 New Orleans Saints Rufus Johnson   DE Tarleton State LSC
6184 Oakland Raiders Mychal Rivera   TE Tennessee SEC from St. Louis via Houston   [R6 - 5]
6185 Dallas Cowboys DeVonte Holloman   LB South Carolina SEC
6186 Pittsburgh Steelers Justin Brown   WR Oklahoma Big 12
6187 Arizona Cardinals Andre Ellington   RB Clemson ACC from New York Giants   [R6 - 6]
6188 Chicago Bears Cornelius Washington   DE Georgia SEC
6189 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Mike James   RB Miami (FL) ACC from Minnesota   [R6 - 7]
6190 Cincinnati Bengals Rex Burkhead   RB Nebraska Big Ten
6191 Washington Redskins Bacarri Rambo   S Georgia SEC
6192 Indianapolis Colts John Boyett   S Oregon Pac-12
6193 Green Bay Packers Nate Palmer   OLB Illinois State MVFC
6194 Seattle Seahawks Spencer Ware   RB LSU SEC
6195 Houston Texans Alan Bonner   WR Jacksonville State OVC
6196 Minnesota Vikings Jeff Baca   OG UCLA Pac-12 from Denver via Philadelphia and Tampa Bay   [R6 - 8]
6197 Cincinnati Bengals Cobi Hamilton   WR Arkansas SEC from New England   [R6 - 9]
6198 Houston Texans Chris Jones   DT Bowling Green MAC from Atlanta via St. Louis   [R6 - 10]
6199 Detroit Lions Theo Riddick   RB Notre Dame Ind. (FBS) from San Francisco via Baltimore and Seattle   [R6 - 11]
6200 Baltimore Ravens Kapron Lewis-Moore   DE Notre Dame Ind. (FBS)
6*201 Houston Texans Ryan Griffin   TE Connecticut Big East
6*202 Tennessee Titans Khalid Wooten   CB Nevada MW
6*203 Baltimore Ravens Ryan Jensen   OT CSU–Pueblo RMAC
6*204 Kansas City Chiefs Braden Wilson   FB Kansas State Big 12
6*205 Oakland Raiders Stacy McGee   DT Oklahoma Big 12
6*206 Pittsburgh Steelers Vince Williams   LB Florida State ACC
7207 Kansas City Chiefs Mike Catapano   DE Princeton Ivy
7208 Jacksonville Jaguars Jeremy Harris   CB New Mexico State WAC
7209 Oakland Raiders Brice Butler   WR San Diego State MW
7210 Jacksonville Jaguars Demetrius McCray   CB Appalachian State SoCon from Philadelphia   [R7 - 1]
7211 Detroit Lions Michael Williams   TE Alabama SEC
7212 Philadelphia Eagles Joe Kruger   DE Utah Pac-12 from Cleveland   [R7 - 2]
7213 Minnesota Vikings Michael Mauti   LB Penn State Big Ten from Arizona   [R7 - 3]
7214 Minnesota Vikings Travis Bond   OG North Carolina ACC from Buffalo via Seattle   [R7 - 4]
7215 New York Jets Tommy Bohanon   FB Wake Forest ACC
7216 Green Bay Packers Charles Johnson   WR Grand Valley State GLIAC from Tennessee via San Francisco   [R7 - 5]
7217 Cleveland Browns Armonty Bryant   DE East Central GAC from Miami   [R7 - 6]
7218 Philadelphia Eagles Jordan Poyer   CB Oregon State Pac-12 from Tampa Bay   [R7 - 7]
7219 Arizona Cardinals D. C. Jefferson   TE Rutgers Big East from Carolina via Oakland   [R7 - 8]
7220 Seattle Seahawks Ryan Seymour   OG Vanderbilt SEC from New Orleans   [R7 - 9]
7221 San Diego Chargers Brad Sorensen   QB Southern Utah Big Sky
7222 Buffalo Bills Chris Gragg   TE Arkansas SEC from St. Louis   [R7 - 10]
7223 Pittsburgh Steelers Nicholas Williams   DT Samford SoCon
7224 Green Bay Packers Kevin Dorsey   WR Maryland ACC from Dallas via Miami   [R7 - 11]
7225 New York Giants Eric Herman   OG Ohio MAC
7226 New England Patriots Michael Buchanan   DE Illinois Big Ten from Chicago via Tampa Bay   [R7 - 12]
7227 Cleveland Browns Garrett Gilkey   OG Chadron State RMAC from Cincinnati via San Francisco   [R7 - 13]
7228 Washington Redskins Jawan Jamison   RB Rutgers Big East
7229 Minnesota Vikings Everett Dawkins   DT Florida State ACC from Minnesota via New England and Tampa Bay   [R7 - 14]
7230 Indianapolis Colts Kerwynn Williams   RB Utah State WAC
7231 Seattle Seahawks Ty Powell   LB Harding GAC
7232 Green Bay Packers Sam Barrington   LB South Florida Big East
7233 Oakland Raiders David Bass   DE Missouri Western MIAA from Houston   [R7 - 15]
7234 Denver Broncos Zac Dysert   QB Miami (OH) MAC
7235 New England Patriots Steve Beauharnais   LB Rutgers Big East
7236 Chicago Bears Marquess Wilson   WR Washington State Pac-12 from Atlanta   [R7 - 16]
7237 San Francisco 49ers B. J. Daniels   QB South Florida Big East
7238 Baltimore Ravens Aaron Mellette   WR Elon SoCon
7*239 Philadelphia Eagles David King   DE Oklahoma Big 12
7*240 Cincinnati Bengals Reid Fragel   OT Ohio State Big Ten
7*241 Seattle Seahawks Jared Smith   DT New Hampshire CAA
7*242 Seattle Seahawks Michael Bowie   OT Northeastern State MIAA
7*243 Atlanta Falcons Kemal Ishmael   S UCF C-USA
7*244 Atlanta Falcons Zeke Motta   S Notre Dame Ind. (FBS)
7*245 Detroit Lions Brandon Hepburn   LB Florida A&M MEAC
7*246 San Francisco 49ers Carter Bykowski   OT Iowa State Big 12
7*247 Baltimore Ravens Anthony, MarcMarc Anthony  CB California Pac-12
7*248 Tennessee Titans Daimion Stafford   S Nebraska Big Ten
7*249 Atlanta Falcons Sean Renfree   QB Duke ACC
7*250 Miami Dolphins Don Jones   S Arkansas State Sun Belt
7*251 Cincinnati Bengals T. J. Johnson   C South Carolina SEC
7*252 San Francisco 49ers Marcus Cooper   CB Rutgers Big East
7*253 New York Giants Michael Cox   RB Massachusetts MAC
7* 254 Indianapolis Colts Justice Cunningham   TE South Carolina SEC

Notable undrafted players

= Pro Bowler [N 1]
Original NFL teamPlayerPos.CollegeConf.Notes
Arizona Cardinals Tony Jefferson   SS Oklahoma Big 12
Atlanta Falcons Ryan Schraeder   OT Valdosta State Gulf South
Atlanta Falcons Paul Worrilow   LB Delaware CAA
Baltimore Ravens Jordan Devey   T Memphis C-USA
Baltimore Ravens Brynden Trawick   S Troy N/A
Buffalo Bills Jordan Dangerfield   S Towson CAA
Buffalo Bills Nickell Robey-Coleman   CB USC Pac-12
Buffalo Bills Jeff Tuel   QB Washington State Pac-12
Chicago Bears Tress Way   P Oklahoma Big 12
Dallas Cowboys Jeff Heath   S Saginaw Valley State GLIAC
Denver Broncos C. J. Anderson   RB California Pac-12
Green Bay Packers Lane Taylor   OG Oklahoma State Big 12
Houston Texans A. J. Bouye   CB UCF C-USA
Indianapolis Colts Brandon McManus   K Temple Big East
Jacksonville Jaguars Abry Jones   DT Georgia SEC
Jacksonville Jaguars Jason Myers   K Marist Pioneer
Minnesota Vikings Zach Line   FB SMU C-USA
Minnesota Vikings Adam Thielen   WR Minnesota State NSIC
New England Patriots Ryan Allen   P Louisiana Tech WAC
New Orleans Saints Tim Lelito   OG Grand Valley State GLIAC
New York Jets Brett Maher   K Nebraska Big Ten
New York Jets Rontez Miles   S California (PA) PSAC
Philadelphia Eagles James Winchester   LS Oklahoma Big 12
Philadelphia Eagles Brad Wing   P LSU SEC
Pittsburgh Steelers Chris Hubbard   T UAB C-USA
San Diego Chargers Jahleel Addae   SS Central Michigan MAC
San Francisco 49ers Kevin McDermott   LS UCLA Pac-12
San Francisco 49ers Patrick Omameh   OG Michigan Big Ten
San Francisco 49ers Colton Schmidt   P UC Davis Big Sky
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tim Wright   WR Rutgers Big East
Tennessee Titans Jack Doyle   TE WKU Sun Belt
Washington Redskins Will Compton   LB Nebraska Big Ten


Trades

In the explanations below, (D) denotes trades that took place during the draft, while (PD) indicates trades completed pre-draft.

Round one
  1. No. 3: Oakland → Miami (D). Oakland traded this selection to Miami in exchange for Miami's 2013 first-round selection (12th) and second-round selection (42nd). [source 1]
  2. No. 8: Buffalo → St. Louis (D). Buffalo traded this selection and a third-round selection (71st) to St. Louis in exchange for St. Louis' 2013 first- (16th), second- (46th), third- (78th), and seventh- (222nd) round selections. [source 1]
  3. No. 12: Miami → Oakland (D). see No. 3: Oakland → Miami. [source 1]
  4. No. 13: Tampa Bay → New York Jets (PD). Tampa Bay traded this selection and a conditional mid-round selection in 2014 to the Jets in exchange for cornerback Darrelle Revis. The conditional pick became Tampa's fourth round selection (104th), rather than a third rounder, when Tampa released Revis prior to the start of the 2014 league year in March 2014. [source 2] [11]
  5. No. 16: St. Louis → Buffalo (D). see No. 8: Buffalo → St. Louis. [source 1]
  6. No. 18: Dallas → San Francisco (D). Dallas traded this selection to San Francisco in exchange for San Francisco's 2013 first- (31st) and third- (74th) round selections. [source 1]
  7. No. 22: multiple trades:
    No. 22: Washington → St. Louis (PD). Washington traded this selection, first- and second-round selections in 2012 and their 2014 first-round selection to St. Louis in exchange for St. Louis' 2012 first-round selection, which they used to draft Robert Griffin III. [source 3]
    No. 22: St. Louis → Atlanta (D). St. Louis traded this selection and a seventh-round selection in 2015 (227th) [12] to Atlanta in exchange for Atlanta's 2013 first- (30th), third- (92nd), and sixth- (198th) round selections. [source 1]
  8. No. 25: Seattle → Minnesota (PD). Seattle traded this selection, its seventh-round selection (214th), and their 2014 third-round selection to Minnesota in exchange for wide receiver Percy Harvin. [source 4]
  9. No. 29: New England → Minnesota (D). New England traded this selection to Minnesota in exchange for Minnesota's 2013 second- (52nd), third- (83rd), fourth- (102nd), and seventh- (229th) round selections. [source 5]
  10. No. 30: Atlanta → St. Louis (D). see No. 22: St. Louis → Atlanta. [source 1]
  11. No. 31: San Francisco → Dallas (D). see No. 18: Dallas → San Francisco. [source 1]
Round two
  1. No. 34: multiple trades:
    No. 34: Kansas City → San Francisco (PD). Kansas City traded this selection along with a conditional 2014 second/third round selection to San Francisco in exchange for quarterback Alex Smith; the 2014 selection became a second rounder (56th) when Kansas City won a minimum of eight games in the 2013 season. [source 6] [source 7]
    No. 34: San Francisco → Tennessee (D). San Francisco traded this selection (which they had acquired in the Alex Smith trade) to Tennessee in exchange for Tennessee's second and seventh round selections (40th & 216th) along with Tennessee's third-round selection in the 2014 draft (77th). [source 8]
  2. No. 37: Oakland → Cincinnati (PD). Oakland traded this selection along with their 2012 first-round selection to Cincinnati in exchange for quarterback Carson Palmer. [source 9] [source 10]
  3. No. 38: Arizona → San Diego (D). Arizona traded this selection to San Diego in exchange for San Diego's 2013 second- (45th) and fourth- (110th) round selections. [source 11]
  4. No. 40: Tennessee → San Francisco (D). see No. 34: San Francisco → Tennessee. [source 8]
  5. No. 42: Miami → Oakland (D). see No. 3: Oakland → Miami. [source 1]
  6. No. 45: San Diego → Arizona (D). see No. 38: Arizona → San Diego. [source 11]
  7. No. 46: St. Louis → Buffalo (D). see No. 8: Buffalo → St. Louis. [source 12]
  8. No. 52: Minnesota → New England (D). see No. 29: New England → Minnesota. [source 5]
  9. No. 54: Indianapolis → Miami (PD). Indianapolis traded this selection to Miami in exchange for cornerback Vontae Davis. [source 13]
  10. No. 55: Green Bay → San Francisco (D). Green Bay traded this selection to San Francisco in exchange for San Francisco's second- (61st) and sixth- (173rd) round selections. [source 14]
  11. No. 56: Seattle → Baltimore (D). Seattle traded this selection to Baltimore in exchange for Baltimore's second- (62nd), fifth- (165th) and sixth- (199th) round selections. [source 8]
  12. No. 61: San Francisco → Green Bay (D). see No. 55: Green Bay → San Francisco. [source 14]
  13. No. 62: Baltimore → Seattle (D). see No. 56: Seattle → Baltimore. [source 8]
Round three
  1. No. 71: Buffalo → St. Louis (D). see No. 8: Buffalo → St. Louis. [source 12]
  2. No. 74: multiple trades:
    No. 74: Carolina → San Francisco (PD). Carolina traded this selection along with its 2012 sixth-round selection to San Francisco in exchange for San Francisco's 2012 fourth-round selection. [source 15]
    No. 74: San Francisco → Dallas (D). see No. 18: Dallas → San Francisco. [source 12]
  3. No. 78: St. Louis → Buffalo (D). see No. 8: Buffalo → St. Louis. [source 12]
  4. No. 82: multiple trades:
    No. 82: Chicago → Miami (PD). Chicago traded this selection and a 2012 third-round selection to Miami in exchange for wide receiver Brandon Marshall. [source 16]
    No. 82: Miami → New Orleans (D). Miami traded this selection to New Orleans in exchange for two fourth-round selections from New Orleans (106th and 109th). [source 17]
  5. No. 83: Minnesota → New England (D). see No. 29: New England → Minnesota. [source 5]
  6. No. 88: Green Bay → San Francisco (D). Green Bay traded this selection to San Francisco in exchange for San Francisco's third- (93rd) and seventh- (216th) round selections. [source 18]
  7. No. 92: Atlanta → St. Louis (D). see No. 22: St. Louis → Atlanta. [source 12]
  8. No. 93: multiple trades:
    No. 93: San Francisco → Green Bay (D). see No. 88: Green Bay → San Francisco. [source 18]
    No. 93: Green Bay → Miami (D). Green Bay traded this selection to Miami in exchange for Miami's fourth- (109th), fifth- (146th) and seventh- (224th) round selections. [source 19]
Round four
  1. No. 98: Jacksonville → Philadelphia (D). Jacksonville traded this selection to Philadelphia in exchange for Philadelphia's 2013 fourth- (101st) and seventh- (210th) round selections. [source 20]
  2. No. 100: Oakland → Tampa Bay (D). Oakland traded this selection to Tampa Bay in exchange for Tampa Bay's 2013 fourth- (112th) and sixth- (181st) round selections. [source 21]
  3. No. 101: Philadelphia → Jacksonville (D). See No. 98: Jacksonville → Philadelphia. [source 20]
  4. No. 102: multiple trades:
    No. 102: Detroit → Minnesota (PD). Detroit traded this selection along with a 2012 seventh-round selection to Minnesota in exchange for linebackers Tahir Whitehead and fifth- and seventh-round selections in 2012. [source 22]
    No. 102: Minnesota → New England (D). see No. 29: New England → Minnesota. [source 5]
  5. No. 104: Cleveland → Miami (D). Cleveland traded this selection and a fifth-round selection (164th) to Miami in exchange for wide receiver Davone Bess and Miami's 2013 fourth- (111th) and seventh- (217th) round selections. [source 23]
  6. No. 106: multiple trades:
    No. 106: New York Jets → New Orleans (D). The Jets traded this selection to New Orleans in exchange for running back Chris Ivory. [source 24]
    No. 106: New Orleans → Miami (D). see No. 82: Miami → New Orleans. [source 17]
  7. No. 109: multiple trades:
    No. 109: New Orleans → Miami (D). see No. 82: Miami → New Orleans. [source 17]
    No. 109: Miami → Green Bay (D). see No. 93: Green Bay → Miami. [source 19]
  8. No. 110: multiple trades:
    No. 110: San Diego → Arizona (D). see No. 38: Arizona → San Diego. [source 11]
    No. 110: Arizona → New York Giants (D). Arizona traded this selection to the Giants in exchange for the Giants' 2013 fourth- (116th) and sixth- (187th) round selections. [source 12]
  9. No. 111: multiple trades:
    No. 111: Miami → Cleveland (D). see No. 104: Cleveland → Miami. [source 23]
    No. 111: Cleveland → Pittsburgh (D). Cleveland traded this selection to Pittsburgh in exchange for Pittsburgh's 2014 third-round selection. [source 12]
  10. No. 112: Tampa Bay → Oakland (D). see No. 100: Oakland → Tampa Bay. [source 21]
  11. No. 116: New York Giants → Arizona (D). see No. 110: Arizona → New York Giants. [source 12]
  12. No. 125: Denver → Green Bay (D). Denver traded this selection to Green Bay in exchange for Green Bay's fifth- (146th) and sixth- (173rd) round selections. [source 25]
  13. No. 126: New England → Tampa Bay (PD). New England traded this selection to Tampa Bay in exchange for cornerback Aqib Talib and a 2013 seventh-round selection (226th). [source 26]
Round five
  1. No. 137: Detroit → Seattle (D). Detroit traded this selection to Seattle in exchange for Seattle's fifth- (165th) and sixth- (199th) round selections. [source 12]
  2. No. 138: Oakland → Seattle (PD). Oakland traded this selection along with their 2012 seventh-round selection to Seattle in exchange for linebacker Aaron Curry. [source 27]
  3. No. 139: Cleveland → Indianapolis (D). Cleveland traded this selection to Indianapolis in exchange for Indianapolis' 2014 fourth-round selection. [source 12]
  4. No. 146: multiple trades:
    No. 146: Miami → Green Bay (D). see No. 93: Green Bay → Miami. [source 19]
    No. 146: Green Bay → Denver (D). see No. 125: Denver → Green Bay. [source 25]
  5. No. 153: Chicago → Atlanta (D). Chicago traded this selection to Atlanta in exchange for Atlanta's 2013 fifth- (163rd) and seventh- (236th) round selections. [source 12]
  6. No. 157: Indianapolis → San Francisco (PD). Indianapolis traded this selection and its 2012 fourth-round selection to San Francisco in exchange for San Francisco's 2012 third-round selection. [source 15]
  7. No. 160: Houston → St. Louis (D). Houston traded this selection to St. Louis in exchange for two sixth-round selections (184th and 198th). [source 12]
  8. No. 162: New England → Washington (PD). New England traded this selection to Washington in exchange for defensive lineman Albert Haynesworth. [source 28]
  9. No. 163: Atlanta → Chicago (D). see No. 153: Chicago → Atlanta. [source 12]
  10. No. 164: multiple trades:
    No. 164: San Francisco → Cleveland (PD). San Francisco traded this selection and a seventh-round selection (227th) to Cleveland in exchange for quarterback Colt McCoy and their sixth-round selection (173rd). [source 29]
    No. 164: Cleveland → Miami (D). see No. 104: Cleveland → Miami. [source 23]
  11. No. 165: multiple trades:
    No. 165: Baltimore → Seattle (D). see No. 56: Seattle → Baltimore. [source 12]
    No. 165: Seattle → Detroit (D). see No. 137: Detroit → Seattle. [source 12]
Round six
  1. No. 173: multiple trades:
    No. 173: Philadelphia → Cleveland (PD). Philadelphia traded this selection to Cleveland in exchange for safety David Sims and Cleveland's seventh-round selection (173rd). [source 30]
    No. 173: Cleveland → San Francisco (PD). see No. 164: San Francisco → Cleveland. [source 29]
    No. 173: San Francisco → Green Bay (D). see No. 55: Green Bay → San Francisco. [source 14]
    No. 173: Green Bay → Denver (D). see No. 125: Denver → Green Bay. [source 25]
  2. No. 176: multiple trades:
    No. 176: Tennessee → Minnesota (PD). Tennessee traded this selection to Minnesota in exchange for Minnesota's 2012 seventh-round selection. [source 22]
    No. 176: Minnesota → Arizona (PD). Minnesota traded this selection to Arizona in exchange for cornerback A. J. Jefferson and Arizona's seventh-round selection (213th). [15] [source 31] [source 32]
    No. 176: Arizona → Oakland (PD). Arizona traded this selection along with a conditional 2014 selection to Oakland in exchange for quarterback Carson Palmer and Oakland's seventh-round selection (219th). [source 33]
    No. 176: Oakland → Houston (D). Oakland traded this selection to Houston in exchange for Houston's sixth- (184th) and seventh- (233rd) round selections. [source 12]
  3. No. 180: Miami → San Francisco (PD). Miami traded this selection along with fourth- and sixth-round selections in 2012 to San Francisco in exchange for San Francisco's 2012 fourth-round selection. [source 15]
  4. No. 181: Tampa Bay → Oakland (D). see No. 100: Oakland → Tampa Bay. [source 21]
  5. No. 184: multiple trades:
    No. 184: St. Louis → Houston (D). see No. 160: Houston → St. Louis. [source 12]
    No. 184: Houston → Oakland (D). see No. 176: Oakland → Houston. [source 12]
  6. No. 187: New York Giants → Arizona (D). see No. 110: Arizona → New York Giants. [source 12]
  7. No. 189: Minnesota → Tampa Bay (D). Minnesota traded this selection to Tampa Bay in exchange for Tampa Bay's 2013 sixth- (196th) and seventh- (229th; originally owned by Minnesota) round selections. [source 34]
  8. No. 196: multiple trades:
    No. 196: Denver → Philadelphia (PD). Denver traded this selection to Philadelphia in exchange for defensive tackle Brodrick Bunkley. [source 35] [source 36]
    No. 196: Philadelphia → Tampa Bay (PD). Philadelphia then traded this selection and a conditional selection in 2014 to Tampa Bay in exchange for wide receiver Arrelious Benn and Tampa Bay's seventh-round selection (218th). [source 37]
    No. 196: Tampa Bay → Minnesota (D). see No. 189: Minnesota → Tampa Bay [source 34]
  9. No. 197: New England → Cincinnati (PD). New England traded this selection and a 2012 fifth-round selection to Cincinnati in exchange for wide receiver Chad Johnson. [source 38]
  10. No. 198: multiple trades:
    No. 198: Atlanta → St. Louis (D). see No. 22: St. Louis → Atlanta. [source 12]
    No. 198: St. Louis → Houston (D). see No. 160: Houston → St. Louis. [source 12]
  11. No. 199: multiple trades:
    No. 199: San Francisco → Baltimore (PD). San Francisco traded this selection to Baltimore in exchange for wide receiver Anquan Boldin. [source 39]
    No. 199: Baltimore → Seattle (D). see No. 56: Seattle → Baltimore. [source 12]
    No. 199: Seattle → Detroit (D). see No. 137: Detroit → Seattle. [source 12]
Round seven
  1. No. 210: Philadelphia → Jacksonville (D). See No. 98: Jacksonville → Philadelphia. [source 20]
  2. No. 212: Cleveland → Philadelphia (PD). see No. 173: Philadelphia → Cleveland. [source 30]
  3. No. 213: Arizona → Minnesota (PD). see No. 176: Minnesota → Arizona. [source 32]
  4. No. 214: multiple trades:
    No. 214: Buffalo → Seattle (PD). Buffalo traded this selection to Seattle in exchange for quarterback Tarvaris Jackson. [source 40]
    No. 214: Seattle → Minnesota (PD). see No. 25: Seattle → Minnesota. [source 4]
  5. No. 216: multiple trades:
    No. 216: Tennessee → San Francisco (D). see No. 34: San Francisco → Tennessee. [source 12]
    No. 216: San Francisco → Green Bay (D). see No. 88: Green Bay → San Francisco. [source 18]
  6. No. 217: Miami → Cleveland (D). see No. 104: Cleveland → Miami. [source 23]
  7. No. 218: Tampa Bay → Philadelphia (PD). see No. 196: Philadelphia → Tampa Bay. [source 37]
  8. No. 219: multiple trades:
    No. 219: Carolina → Oakland (PD). Carolina traded this selection to Oakland in exchange for wide receiver Louis Murphy. [source 41] [source 42]
    No. 219: Oakland → Arizona (PD). see No. 176: Arizona → Oakland. [source 33]
  9. No. 220: New Orleans → Seattle (PD). New Orleans traded this selection to Seattle in exchange for linebacker Barrett Ruud. [source 43]
  10. No. 222: St. Louis → Buffalo (D). see No. 8: Buffalo → St. Louis. [source 12]
  11. No. 224: multiple trades:
    No. 224: Dallas → Miami (PD). Dallas traded this selection to Miami in exchange for offensive lineman Ryan Cook. [source 44]
    No. 224: Miami → Green Bay (D). see No. 93: Green Bay → Miami. [source 19]
  12. No. 226: multiple trades:
    No. 226: Chicago → Tampa Bay (PD). Chicago traded this selection to Tampa Bay in exchange for defensive tackle Brian Price. [source 45]
    No. 226: Tampa Bay → New England (PD). see No. 126: New England → Tampa Bay. [source 26]
  13. No. 227: multiple trades:
    No. 227: Cincinnati → San Francisco (PD). Cincinnati traded this selection to San Francisco in exchange for safety Taylor Mays. [source 15]
    No. 227: San Francisco → Cleveland (PD). see No. 164: San Francisco → Cleveland. [source 29]
  14. No. 229: multiple trades:
    No. 229: Minnesota → New England (D). see No. 29: New England → Minnesota. [source 5]
    No. 229: New England → Tampa Bay (D). New England traded this selection and running back Jeff Demps to Tampa Bay in exchange for running back LeGarrette Blount. [source 46]
    No. 229: Tampa Bay → Minnesota (D). see No. 189: Minnesota → Tampa Bay [source 34]
  15. No. 233: Houston → Oakland (D). see No. 176: Oakland → Houston. [source 12]
  16. No. 236: Atlanta → Chicago (D). see No. 153: Chicago → Atlanta. [source 12]

Forfeited picks

Two selections in the 2013 draft were forfeited:

  1. Cleveland forfeited its second-round selection after selecting wide receiver Josh Gordon in the second round of the 2012 supplemental draft. [13]
  2. New Orleans forfeited its second-round selection as part of the punishment for the team's 2012 bounty scandal. [14]

Supplemental draft

The supplemental draft was held on July 11, 2013. For each player selected in the supplemental draft, the team forfeits its pick in that round in the draft of the following season. 6 players were eligible, but none were selected. [16]

Selections by conference

Selection totals by college conference (including supplemental draft): [6] :31

No.ConferencePlayers
selected
Division
1 Southeastern Conference 63 ** I FBS
2 Atlantic Coast Conference 31I FBS
3 Pac-12 Conference 28I FBS
4 Big Ten Conference 22I FBS
4 Big 12 Conference 22I FBS
6 Big East Conference 19I FBS
7 Conference USA 8I FBS
8 Independent 7I FBS
8 Mid-American Conference 7I FBS
8 Mountain West Conference 7I FBS
11 Western Athletic Conference 6I FBS
12 Southern Conference 5 I FCS
13 Colonial Athletic Association 4I FCS
13 Sun Belt Conference 4I FBS
15 Ivy League 3I FCS
15 Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association 3 II
17 Great American Conference 2II
17 Ohio Valley Conference 2I FCS
17 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference 2II
20 Big Sky Conference 1I FCS
20 Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference 1II
20 Gulf South Conference 1II
20 Lone Star Conference 1II
20 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference 1I FCS
20 Missouri Valley Football Conference 1I FCS
20 Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference 1II
20 Southland Conference 1I FCS
20 Southwestern Athletic Conference 1I FCS
^** 63 players from one conference was an NFL Draft record. [17] It was broken in 2019, when 64 were selected. [18]

Twelve players from Southeastern Conference (SEC) programs were selected in the first round, which tied the record for most first-round selections from a single college conference set in 2006 by the Atlantic Coast Conference. [19]

Schools with multiple draft selections

SelectionsSchools
11 Florida State
9 Alabama, LSU
8 Florida, Georgia
7 Rutgers, South Carolina
6 Notre Dame, Oklahoma
5 Connecticut, North Carolina, Oregon, Texas A&M
4 Arkansas, California, Clemson, Illinois, Tennessee, UCLA, USC
3 Kansas State, Michigan State, Mississippi State, N.C. State, Ohio State, Penn State, San Diego State, South Florida, Stanford, Syracuse, Texas, West Virginia, Wisconsin
2 Appalachian State, Colorado, FIU, Iowa State, Louisiana Tech, Miami (FL), Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, Oregon State, Rice, TCU, UCF, Utah, Utah State, Vanderbilt, Virginia Tech

During Super Bowl XLVII, the NFL presented a promotional advertisement for the 2013 Draft featuring retired athlete Deion Sanders attempting a comeback return under the name "Leon Sandcastle". The ad followed the fictional exploits of Sandcastle (portrayed by Ball State cornerback Andre Dawson) through tryouts until he is drafted first overall by the Kansas City Chiefs. [20]

Notes

  1. 1 2 Players are identified as a Pro Bowler if they were selected for the Pro Bowl at any time in their career.
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      2011 NFL Draft 76th annual meeting of National Football League franchises to select newly eligible players

      The 2011 NFL Draft was the 76th installment of the annual NFL Draft, where the franchises of the National Football League select newly eligible football players. Like the 2010 draft, the 2011 draft was held at Radio City Music Hall in New York City, New York, over three days: this year, the first round took place on Thursday, April 28, 2011; the second and third rounds took place on Friday, April 29; with the final four rounds on Saturday, April 30, 2011. The Carolina Panthers, who had the worst record for the 2010 NFL season at 2–14, had the right to the first selection in the draft, where they selected Auburn University quarterback Cam Newton, who was the 2010 Heisman Trophy winner.

      2012 NFL Draft 77th annual meeting of National Football League franchises to select newly eligible players

      The 2012 NFL draft was the 77th annual meeting of National Football League (NFL) franchises to select newly eligible football players. The draft, which is officially called the "NFL Player Selection Meeting", was held at Radio City Music Hall in New York City from April 26–28. The Indianapolis Colts, who compiled the league's worst record in the 2011 season with a 2–14 record, had the right to the first selection.

      2014 NFL Draft 79th annual meeting of National Football League franchises to select newly eligible players

      The 2014 NFL draft was the 79th annual meeting of National Football League (NFL) franchises to select newly eligible football players to the league. The draft, officially the "Player Selection Meeting", was held at Radio City Music Hall in New York City, New York, on May 8 through May 10, 2014. The draft started on May 8, 2014 at 8 pm EDT. The draft was moved from its traditional time frame in late April due to a scheduling conflict at Radio City Music Hall.

      2015 NFL Draft 80th annual meeting of National Football League franchises to select newly eligible players

      The 2015 NFL Draft was the 80th annual meeting of National Football League (NFL) franchises to select newly eligible football players. It took place in Chicago at the Auditorium Theatre and in Grant Park, from April 30 to May 2. The previous fifty NFL drafts had been held in New York City. The 2015 NFL draft was the first to feature an outdoor component, where fans would be able to see the Commissioner on the Auditorium Theatre stage from across the street in the park; this area was called Draft Town. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers held the right to select first because they had the league's worst record in the previous season. The Arizona Cardinals made the final pick in the draft, commonly called Mr. Irrelevant.

      2016 NFL Draft 81st annual meeting of National Football League franchises to select newly eligible players

      The 2016 NFL Draft was the 81st annual meeting of National Football League (NFL) franchises to select newly eligible American football players. As in 2015, the draft took place at the Auditorium Theatre and Grant Park in Chicago. The draft began on Thursday, April 28 with the first round, and ended on Saturday, April 30. The Tennessee Titans, the team with the fewest wins in the NFL for the 2015 season, traded the right to the top pick in the draft to the Los Angeles Rams, the first time the top pick was traded before the draft since 2001 when the San Diego Chargers traded their first pick to the Atlanta Falcons. Ohio State became the second school to have three players drafted in the top ten and to have five players drafted in the first round.

      2017 NFL Draft 82nd annual meeting of National Football League franchises to select newly eligible players

      The 2017 NFL Draft was the 82nd annual meeting of National Football League (NFL) franchises to select newly eligible American football players. It was held in front of the Philadelphia Museum of Art on April 27–29, returning to Philadelphia for the first time since 1961.

      2018 NFL Draft 83rd annual meeting of National Football League franchises to select newly eligible players

      The 2018 NFL Draft was the 83rd annual meeting of National Football League (NFL) franchises to select newly eligible players for the 2018 NFL season. The draft was held on April 26–28 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas; it was the first draft to take place in an NFL stadium and the first to be held in Texas. In order to be eligible to enter the draft, players must be at least three years removed from high school. The deadline for underclassmen to declare for the draft was January 15, 2018.

      2019 NFL Draft 84th annual meeting of National Football League franchises to select newly eligible players

      The 2019 NFL Draft was the 84th annual meeting of National Football League (NFL) franchises to select newly eligible players for the 2019 NFL season. The draft was held on April 25–27 in Nashville, Tennessee. The first round was held on April 25, followed by the second and third rounds on April 26, and concluded with rounds 4–7 on April 27. The draft featured a record-high 40 trades, surpassing the 37 that were made in 2017.

      2020 NFL Draft 85th annual meeting of National Football League franchises to select newly eligible players

      The 2020 NFL Draft was the 85th annual meeting of National Football League (NFL) franchises to select newly eligible players for the 2020 NFL season. The first round was held on April 23, followed by the second and third rounds on April 24. The draft concluded with rounds 4–7 on April 25. The NFL originally planned to hold the event live in Paradise, Nevada, before all public events related to it were canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Instead, all team selections took place via videoconferencing with league commissioner Roger Goodell broadcasting picks from his home.