With less than 50 days until the 2013 NFL Draft, the final draft board is starting to take shape.
The draft process remains fluid as March and April will contain on-campus Pro Days and formal, private workouts at NFL team facilities. And although prospect evaluations are not yet 100 percent complete, there are fewer questions at the top.
2013 Draft Board (Post-Combine)
1. OT Luke Joeckel, Texas A&M (6-6, 306, 3JR)
A three-year starter, the game seems to come easy to Joeckel. He is smooth in his movements with a stout base, winning with both quickness and strength.
2. OT Eric Fisher, Central Michigan (6-7, 306, 4SR)
Fisher proved in the Senior Bowl and at the combine that he could hang with the big boys and not just dominate MAC competition. He has room to grow, but the upside is undeniable.
3. CB Dee Milliner, Alabama (6-0, 201, 3JR)
Although he doesn't have elite speed, Milliner makes up for his lack of quick-twitch athleticism with smooth hips, natural instincts and very good read/react skills.
4. DE Dion Jordan, Oregon (6-6, 248, 5SR)
A rare athlete for his size, Jordan needs to show he can stay healthy and add good weight, but his fluid feet and range makes him a versatile asset for any defense.
5. OG Chance Warmack, Alabama (6-2, 317, 4SR)
Warmack is a physical mauler with the natural bend and movement skills to block on the move. He won't be drafted as high as his talent due to positional value.
6. DT Sharrif Floyd, Florida (6-3, 297, 3JR)
A player still coming into his own, Floyd has always been a powerful athlete with natural feet, but he started to play with more consistent anger and technique in 2012.
7. OT Lane Johnson, Oklahoma (6-6, 303, 5SR)
A personal favorite, Johnson moved to the offensive line in 2011 and is still growing at tackle, but he flashes all the necessary skills to develop into an NFL starting LT.
8. DT Star Lotulelei, Utah (6-3, 311, 5SR)
A coordinated, fluid big man, Lotulelei flashes the get-off quickness and power at the point of attack to dominate games; just needs to do it for all four quarters.
9. OLB Barkevious Mingo, LSU (6-4, 241, 4JR)
Mingo's draft projection is based more on potential rather than production, but he displays the length, quickness and overall athleticism to be a special edge rusher.
10. DT Sheldon Richardson, Missouri (6-3, 294, 4JR)
Richardson is a disruptive force when firing on all cylinders. He needs to improve his pad level and stay under control, but his natural athleticism is impressive.
11. OG Jonathan Cooper, North Carolina (6-2, 311, 5SR)
Although he won't be an ideal fit for everyone due to strength limitations, Cooper has outstanding body control and mobility for an interior offensive lineman.