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샌프란시스코 49ers
시애틀 시호크스
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2013 NFL 초안 의 78 연례 회의이었다 미국 축구 리그 새로 자격 축구 선수를 선택 (NFL) 프랜차이즈. 공식적으로 "NFL 선수 선택 회의"라고 초안, [1] 에서 개최되었다 라디오 시티 뮤직 홀 에서 뉴욕시 , 뉴욕 4월 (27)를 통해 4월 25 일, [2] [3]

에릭 피셔 선택되었다 첫번째 전체 에 의해 캔자스 시티 참모 네 번째가되는 공격 라인 맨 사상 최고 픽업 (모두 존재로 선택 될 태클 처음부터), 공통 초안1967 . [4] 50 개 주 중 39 개 주에서 고등학교를 다녔던 선수들이이 드래프트에서 선정되었습니다. 플로리다와 캘리포니아는 각각 27 명의 드래 프티를 이끌었습니다. [5] 사우스 캐롤라이나는 1 인당 13 명의 선수 또는 주 거주자 355,798 명 중 한 명으로 가장 많이 드래프트 된 선수에 기여했습니다 . [5] 플로리다 주립 대학11 명의 선수가 선정되었습니다. [6] : 31

미국 이외의 국가에서 기록적인 11 명의 선수 가 선정되었습니다 (가나 인 Ezekiel AnsahEdmund Kugbila , Tongan Star Lotulelei , 독일인 Björn Werner , 영국인 Menelik Watson , Estonian Margus Hunt , Liberian Sio Moore , Jamaican Trevardo Williams , 호주인 Jesse Williams , 캐나다인 Luke Willson 과 Zimbabwean Stansly Maponga ), 2012 년 NFL 드래프트 에서 세운 기록을 경신 했습니다 . [7]한편, 1968 년에 세운 기록을 잇는 첫 번째 라운드에서 9 명의 공격 라인 맨이 선정되었습니다 . [8]

다음은 포지션 별로 선정 된 254 명의 선수를 분석 한 것입니다 .

초기 참가자

73 명의 저학년 학생들이 자격이되었을 수 있는 남아있는 NCAA 자격상실 하고 초안에서 선발 될 수 있다고 선언했습니다. [9] 이들 중에서도, 52 (71.2 %)의 초안 하였다. [6] : 31

초안 주문 결정

드래프트 순서는 일반적으로 이전 시즌 의 각 팀 기록을 기반으로 하며, 포스트 시즌에 진출한 팀 은 플레이 오프에 실패한 팀을 선택합니다. [10]

선수 선택

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위치 키
센터 CB 코너 백 DB 수비 백 DE 수비 종료
DL 수비 라인 맨 DT 수비 태클 FB 풀백 FS 무료 안전
가드 HB 중위 케이 Placekicker KR 킥 리턴
LB 라인 배커 LS 긴 도미 OT 공격 태클 OL 공격적인 라인 맨
NT 코 태클 펀터 PR 펀트 반 환자 QB 쿼터백
RB 다시 실행 에스 안전 SS 강력한 안전성 결핵 테일 백
TE 단단한 끝 WR 넓은 수신기
3 회 All-Pro 리시버 DeAndre Hopkins , 휴스턴이 종합 27 점 획득
피츠버그가 2 라운드에서 찍은 러닝 백 Le'Veon Bell 은 여러 프랜차이즈 러싱 기록을 보유하고 있습니다.
Kansas City가 3 라운드에 출전 한 타이트 엔드 Travis Kelce 는 프로 볼러 5 회, 올 프로 및 슈퍼 볼 챔피언 4 회
아리조나가 3 라운드에 출전 한 Safety Tyrann MathieuNFL 2010s All-Decade Team 에 지명되었습니다.
Rnd. 선택 # NFL 팀 플레이어 Pos. 칼리지 Conf. 메모
1 1 Kansas City Chiefs 에릭 피셔 OT 미시간 중부 [11]
1 2 잭슨빌 재규어 루크 조켈 OT 텍사스 A & M 비서
1 마이애미 돌핀스 디온 조던 DE 오레곤 팩 -12 오클랜드 [R1 - 1]
1 4 필라델피아 이글스 레인 존슨 OT 오클라호마 빅 12
1 5 디트로이트 라이온스 에스겔 안사 DE BYU 산업 (FBS)
1 6 클리블랜드 브라운 Barkevious Mingo DE LSU 비서
1 7 애리조나 카디널스 조나단 쿠퍼 노스 캐롤라이나 ACC
1 8 세인트 루이스 램스 타본 오스틴 WR 웨스트 버지니아 빅 12 버팔로 [R1 - 2]
1 9 뉴욕 제츠 Dee Milliner CB 앨라배마 비서
1 10 테네시 타이탄 찬스 워맥 앨라배마 비서
1 11 샌디에이고 충전기 DJ Fluker OT 앨라배마 비서
1 12 오클랜드 레이더스 DJ 헤이든 CB 휴스턴 C-USA 마이애미 [R1 - 3]
1 13 뉴욕 제츠 쉘든 리처드슨 DT 미주리 비서 탬파베이 [R1 - 4]
1 14 캐롤라이나 팬더 스 스타로 툴레이 DT 유타 팩 -12
1 15 뉴 올리언스 성도 케니 바카로 에스 텍사스 빅 12
1 16 버팔로 빌 EJ 마누엘 QB 플로리다 주 ACC 세인트루이스 [R1 - 5]
1 17 피츠버그 스틸러스 자비스 존스 LB 그루지야 비서
1 18 샌프란시스코 49ers 에릭 리드 에스 LSU 비서 달라스 [R1 - 6]
1 19 뉴욕 자이언츠 저스틴 퓨 OT 시러큐스 빅 이스트
1 20 시카고 베어스 카일 롱 오레곤 팩 -12
1 21 신시내티 벵갈 스 타일러 아이 퍼트 TE 노트르담 산업 (FBS)
1 22 애틀랜타 팔콘 Desmond Trufant CB 워싱턴 팩 -12 워싱턴 통해 세인트루이스 [R1 - 7]
1 23 미네소타 바이킹 샤리프 플로이드 DT 플로리다 비서
1 24 인디애나 폴리스 콜츠 비욘 베르너 DE 플로리다 주 ACC
1 25 미네소타 바이킹 자비에 로즈 CB 플로리다 주 ACC 로부터 시애틀 [R1 - 8]
1 26 그린 베이 패커 다톤 존스 DE UCLA 팩 -12
1 27 휴스턴 텍사스 DeAndre Hopkins WR Clemson ACC
1 28 덴버 야생마 실베스터 윌리엄스 DT 노스 캐롤라이나 ACC
1 29 미네소타 바이킹 Cordarrelle Patterson RB 테네시 비서 에서 뉴 잉글랜드 [R1 - 9]
1 30 세인트 루이스 램스 알렉 오글 트리 LB 그루지야 비서 애틀랜타 [R1 - 10]
1 31 달라스 카우보이 트래비스 프레 더릭 위스콘신 빅텐 샌프란시스코 [R1 - 11]
1 32 볼티모어 까마귀 맷 엘람 에스 플로리다 비서
2 33 잭슨빌 재규어 Johnathan Cyprien 에스 FIU 태양 벨트
2 34 테네시 타이탄 저스틴 헌터 WR 테네시 비서 캔자스 시티 에서 샌프란시스코 경유 [R2-1]
2 35 필라델피아 이글스 Zach Ertz TE Stanford 팩 -12
2 36 디트로이트 라이온스 다리우스 슬레이 CB 미시시피 주 비서
2 37 신시내티 벵갈 스 지오바니 버나드 RB 노스 캐롤라이나 ACC 오클랜드 [R2 - 2]
2 38 샌디에이고 충전기 만티 테오 LB 노트르담 산업 (FBS) 애리조나 [R2 - 3]
2 38.5 클리블랜드 브라운 2012 년 추가 초안 에서 선택이 취소되었습니다 . [몰수 추천 1]
2 39 뉴욕 제츠 제노 스미스 QB 웨스트 버지니아 빅 12
2 40 샌프란시스코 49ers 탱크 캐러딘 DE 플로리다 주 ACC 테네시 [R2 - 4]
2 41 버팔로 빌 로버트 우즈 WR USC 팩 -12
2 42 오클랜드 레이더스 메 넬릭 왓슨 OT 플로리다 주 ACC 마이애미 [R2 - 5]
2 43 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Johnthan Banks CB 미시시피 주 비서
2 44 캐롤라이나 팬더 스 카완 쇼트 DT 퍼듀 빅텐
2 44.5 뉴 올리언스 성도 몰수 선택 [ 몰수 추천 2]
2 45 애리조나 카디널스 케빈 민터 LB LSU 비서 샌디에고 [R2 - 6]
2 46 버팔로 빌 키코 알론소 LB 오레곤 팩 -12 세인트루이스 [R2 - 7]
2 47 달라스 카우보이 개빈 에스코바르 TE 샌디에이고 주 MW
2 48 피츠버그 스틸러스 르벤 벨 RB 미시간 주 빅텐
2 49 뉴욕 자이언츠 조나단 핸 킨스 DT 오하이오 주 빅텐
2 50 시카고 베어스 조나단 보 스틱 LB 플로리다 비서
2 51 워싱턴 레드 스킨스 데이비드 애 머슨 CB NC 상태 ACC
2 52 뉴 잉글랜드 패트리어츠 제이미 콜린스 LB 남부 미스 C-USA 미네소타 [R2 - 8]
2 53 신시내티 벵갈 스 마르 거스 헌트 DE SMU C-USA
2 54 마이애미 돌핀스 자마 테일러 CB 보이시 주 MW 폴리스 [R2 - 9]
2 55 샌프란시스코 49ers 밴스 맥도날드 TE C-USA 에서 그린 베이 [R2 - 10]
2 56 볼티모어 까마귀 아서 브라운 LB 캔자스 주 빅 12 로부터 시애틀 [R2 - 11]
2 57 휴스턴 텍사스 DJ Swearinger 에스 사우스 캐롤라이나 비서
2 58 덴버 야생마 몬테에 볼 RB 위스콘신 빅텐
2 59 뉴 잉글랜드 패트리어츠 Aaron Dobson WR 마샬 C-USA
2 60 애틀랜타 팔콘 로버트 알 포드 CB 루이지애나 남동부 남국
2 61 그린 베이 패커 에디 레이스 RB 앨라배마 비서 샌프란시스코 [R2 - 12]
2 62 시애틀 시호크스 크리스틴 마이클 RB 텍사스 A & M 비서 볼티모어 [R2 - 13]
63 Kansas City Chiefs 트래비스 켈체 TE 신시내티 빅 이스트
64 잭슨빌 재규어 드웨인 그라츠 CB 코네티컷 빅 이스트
65 디트로이트 라이온스 래리 워 포드 켄터키 비서
66 오클랜드 레이더스 시오 무어 LB 코네티컷 빅 이스트
67 필라델피아 이글스 베니 로건 DT LSU 비서
68 클리블랜드 브라운 레온 맥파든 CB 샌디에이고 주 MW
69 애리조나 카디널스 티란 마티유 CB LSU 비서
70 테네시 타이탄 Blidi Wreh-Wilson CB 코네티컷 빅 이스트
71 세인트 루이스 램스 TJ 맥도날드 에스 USC 팩 -12 버팔로 [R3 - 1]
72 뉴욕 제츠 브라이언 윈터스 켄트 주
73 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 마이크 글렌 논 QB NC 상태 ACC
74 달라스 카우보이 테란 스 윌리엄스 WR 베일러 빅 12 캐롤라이나 통해 샌프란시스코 [R3 - 2]
75 뉴 올리언스 성도 테론 암스 테드 OT Arkansas–Pine Bluff SWAC
76 샌디에이고 충전기 Keenan Allen WR 캘리포니아 팩 -12
77 마이애미 돌핀스 달라스 토마스 테네시 비서
78 버팔로 빌 후작 굿윈 WR 텍사스 빅 12 세인트루이스 [R3 - 3]
79 피츠버그 스틸러스 Markus Wheaton WR 오레곤 주 팩 -12
80 달라스 카우보이 JJ 윌콕스 에스 조지아 남부 SoCon
81 뉴욕 자이언츠 데몬 트르 무어 DE 텍사스 A & M 비서
82 뉴 올리언스 성도 존 젠킨스 DT 그루지야 비서 시카고 통해 마이애미 [R3 - 4]
83 뉴 잉글랜드 패트리어츠 로건 라이언 CB Rutgers 빅 이스트 미네소타 [R3 - 5]
84 신시내티 벵갈 스 숀 윌리엄스 에스 그루지야 비서
85 워싱턴 레드 스킨스 조던 리드 TE 플로리다 비서
86 인디애나 폴리스 콜츠 휴 손튼 일리노이 빅텐
87 시애틀 시호크스 조던 힐 DT Penn State 빅텐
88 샌프란시스코 49ers Corey Lemonier DE Auburn 비서 그린 베이 [R3 - 6]
89 휴스턴 텍사스 브레넌 윌리엄스 OT 노스 캐롤라이나 ACC
90 덴버 야생마 케이 본 웹스터 CB 사우스 플로리다 빅 이스트
91 뉴 잉글랜드 패트리어츠 듀론 하몬 에스 Rutgers 빅 이스트
92 세인트 루이스 램스 Stedman Bailey WR 웨스트 버지니아 빅 12 애틀랜타 [R3 - 7]
93 마이애미 돌핀스 윌 데이비스 CB 유타 주 WAC 에서 샌프란시스코 를 통해 그린 베이 [R3 - 8]
94 볼티모어 까마귀 Brandon Williams DT 미주리 남부 주 MIAA
삼* 95 휴스턴 텍사스 샘 몽고메리 DE LSU 비서
삼* 96 Kansas City Chiefs Knile Davis RB Arkansas 비서
삼* 97 테네시 타이탄 자비아 구든 LB 미주리 비서
4 98 필라델피아 이글스 매트 바클리 QB USC 팩 -12 잭슨빌 [R4 - 1]
4 99 Kansas City Chiefs 니코 존슨 LB 앨라배마 비서
4 100 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 아킴 스펜스 DT 일리노이 빅텐 from Oakland [R4 - 2]
4 101 Jacksonville Jaguars Ace Sanders WR South Carolina SEC from Philadelphia [R4 - 3]
4 102 New England Patriots Josh Boyce WR TCU Big 12 from Detroit via Minnesota [R4 - 4]
4 103 Arizona Cardinals Alex Okafor DE Texas Big 12
4 104 Miami Dolphins Jelani Jenkins LB Florida SEC from Cleveland [R4 - 5]
4 105 Buffalo Bills Duke Williams S Nevada MW
4 106 Miami Dolphins Dion Sims TE Michigan State Big Ten from New York Jets via New Orleans [R4 - 6]
4 107 Tennessee Titans Brian Schwenke C California Pac-12
4 108 Carolina Panthers Edmund Kugbila G Valdosta State Gulf South
4 109 Green Bay Packers David Bakhtiari OT Colorado Pac-12 from New Orleans via Miami [R4 - 7]
4 110 New York Giants Ryan Nassib QB Syracuse Big East from San Diego via Arizona [R4 - 8]
4 111 Pittsburgh Steelers Shamarko Thomas S Syracuse Big East from Miami via Cleveland [R4 - 9]
4 112 Oakland Raiders Tyler Wilson QB Arkansas SEC from Tampa Bay [R4 - 10]
4 113 St. Louis Rams Barrett Jones G Alabama SEC
4 114 Dallas Cowboys B. W. Webb CB William & Mary CAA
4 115 Pittsburgh Steelers Landry Jones QB Oklahoma Big 12
4 116 Arizona Cardinals Earl Watford G James Madison CAA from New York Giants [R4 - 11]
4 117 Chicago Bears Khaseem Greene LB Rutgers Big East
4 118 Cincinnati Bengals Sean Porter LB Texas A&M SEC
4 119 Washington Redskins Phillip Thomas S Fresno State MW
4 120 Minnesota Vikings Gerald Hodges LB Penn State Big Ten
4 121 Indianapolis Colts Khaled Holmes C USC Pac-12
4 122 Green Bay Packers JC Tretter OT Cornell Ivy
4 123 Seattle Seahawks Chris Harper WR Kansas State Big 12
4 124 Houston Texans Trevardo Williams DE Connecticut Big East
4 125 Green Bay Packers Johnathan Franklin RB UCLA Pac-12 from Denver [R4 - 12]
4 126 Tampa Bay Buccaneers William Gholston DE Michigan State Big Ten from New England [R4 - 13]
4 127 Atlanta Falcons Malliciah Goodman DE Clemson ACC
4 128 San Francisco 49ers Quinton Patton WR Louisiana Tech WAC
4 129 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
5 134 Kansas City Chiefs Sanders Commings CB Georgia SEC
5 135 Jacksonville Jaguars Denard Robinson RB Michigan Big Ten
5 136 Philadelphia Eagles Earl Wolff S N.C. State ACC
5 137 Seattle Seahawks Jesse Williams DT Alabama SEC from Detroit [R5 - 1]
5 138 Seattle Seahawks Tharold Simon CB LSU SEC from Oakland [R5 - 2]
5 139 Indianapolis Colts Montori Hughes DT UT Martin OVC from Cleveland [R5 - 3]
5 140 Arizona Cardinals Stepfan Taylor RB Stanford Pac-12
5 141 New York Jets Oday Aboushi G Virginia ACC
5 142 Tennessee Titans Lavar Edwards DE LSU SEC
5 143 Buffalo Bills Jonathan Meeks S Clemson ACC
5 144 New Orleans Saints Kenny Stills WR Oklahoma Big 12
5 145 San Diego Chargers Steve Williams CB California Pac-12
5 146 Denver Broncos Quanterus Smith DE WKU Sun Belt from Miami via Green Bay [R5 - 4]
5 147 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Steven Means LB Buffalo MAC
5 148 Carolina Panthers A. J. Klein LB Iowa State Big 12
5 149 St. Louis Rams Brandon McGee CB Miami (FL) ACC
5 150 Pittsburgh Steelers Terry Hawthorne CB Illinois Big Ten
5 151 Dallas Cowboys Joseph Randle RB Oklahoma State Big 12
5 152 New York Giants Cooper Taylor S Richmond CAA
5 153 Atlanta Falcons Stansly Maponga DE TCU Big 12 from Chicago [R5 - 5]
5 154 Washington Redskins Chris Thompson RB Florida State ACC
5 155 Minnesota Vikings Jeff Locke P UCLA Pac-12
5 156 Cincinnati Bengals Tanner Hawkinson OT Kansas Big 12
5 157 San Francisco 49ers Quinton Dial DE Alabama SEC from Indianapolis [R5 - 6]
5 158 Seattle Seahawks Luke Willson TE Rice C-USA
5 159 Green Bay Packers Micah Hyde CB Iowa Big Ten
5 160 St. Louis Rams Zac Stacy RB Vanderbilt SEC from Houston [R5 - 7]
5 161 Denver Broncos Tavarres King WR Georgia SEC
5 162 Washington Redskins Brandon Jenkins LB Florida State ACC from New England [R5 - 8]
5 163 Chicago Bears Jordan Mills OT Louisiana Tech WAC from Atlanta [R5 - 9]
5 164 Miami Dolphins Mike Gillislee RB Florida SEC from San Francisco via Cleveland [R5 - 10]
5 165 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
6 169 Jacksonville Jaguars Josh Evans S Florida SEC
6 170 Kansas City Chiefs Eric Kush C California (PA) PSAC
6 171 Detroit Lions Corey Fuller WR Virginia Tech ACC
6 172 Oakland Raiders Nick Kasa TE Colorado Pac-12
6 173 Denver Broncos Vinston Painter OT Virginia Tech ACC from Philadelphia via Cleveland, San Francisco and Green Bay [R6 - 1]
6 174 Arizona Cardinals Ryan Swope WR Texas A&M SEC
6 175 Cleveland Browns Jamoris Slaughter S Notre Dame Ind. (FBS)
6 176 Houston Texans David Quessenberry OT San Jose State WAC from Tennessee via Minnesota, Arizona, and Oakland [R6 - 2]
6 177 Buffalo Bills Dustin Hopkins K Florida State ACC
6 178 New York Jets William Campbell G Michigan Big Ten
6 179 San Diego Chargers Tourek Williams DE FIU Sun Belt
6 180 San Francisco 49ers Nick Moody LB Florida State ACC from Miami [R6 - 3]
6 181 Oakland Raiders Latavius Murray RB UCF C-USA from Tampa Bay [R6 - 4]
6 182 Carolina Panthers Kenjon Barner RB Oregon Pac-12
6 183 New Orleans Saints Rufus Johnson DE Tarleton State LSC
6 184 Oakland Raiders Mychal Rivera TE Tennessee SEC from St. Louis via Houston [R6 - 5]
6 185 Dallas Cowboys DeVonte Holloman LB South Carolina SEC
6 186 Pittsburgh Steelers Justin Brown WR Oklahoma Big 12
6 187 Arizona Cardinals Andre Ellington RB Clemson ACC from New York Giants [R6 - 6]
6 188 Chicago Bears Cornelius Washington DE Georgia SEC
6 189 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Mike James RB Miami (FL) ACC from Minnesota [R6 - 7]
6 190 Cincinnati Bengals Rex Burkhead RB Nebraska Big Ten
6 191 Washington Redskins Bacarri Rambo S Georgia SEC
6 192 Indianapolis Colts John Boyett S Oregon Pac-12
6 193 Green Bay Packers Nate Palmer OLB Illinois State MVFC
6 194 Seattle Seahawks Spencer Ware RB LSU SEC
6 195 Houston Texans Alan Bonner WR Jacksonville State OVC
6 196 Minnesota Vikings Jeff Baca G UCLA Pac-12 from Denver via Philadelphia and Tampa Bay [R6 - 8]
6 197 Cincinnati Bengals Cobi Hamilton WR Arkansas SEC from New England [R6 - 9]
6 198 Houston Texans Chris Jones DT Bowling Green MAC from Atlanta via St. Louis [R6 - 10]
6 199 Detroit Lions Theo Riddick RB Notre Dame Ind. (FBS) from San Francisco via Baltimore and Seattle [R6 - 11]
6 200 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
7 207 Kansas City Chiefs Mike Catapano DE Princeton Ivy
7 208 Jacksonville Jaguars Jeremy Harris CB New Mexico State WAC
7 209 Oakland Raiders Brice Butler WR San Diego State MW
7 210 Jacksonville Jaguars Demetrius McCray CB Appalachian State SoCon from Philadelphia [R7 - 1]
7 211 Detroit Lions Michael Williams TE Alabama SEC
7 212 Philadelphia Eagles Joe Kruger DE Utah Pac-12 from Cleveland [R7 - 2]
7 213 Minnesota Vikings Michael Mauti LB Penn State Big Ten from Arizona [R7 - 3]
7 214 Minnesota Vikings Travis Bond G North Carolina ACC from Buffalo via Seattle [R7 - 4]
7 215 New York Jets Tommy Bohanon FB Wake Forest ACC
7 216 Green Bay Packers Charles Johnson WR Grand Valley State GLIAC from Tennessee via San Francisco [R7 - 5]
7 217 Cleveland Browns Armonty Bryant DE East Central GAC from Miami [R7 - 6]
7 218 Philadelphia Eagles Jordan Poyer CB Oregon State Pac-12 from Tampa Bay [R7 - 7]
7 219 Arizona Cardinals D. C. Jefferson TE Rutgers Big East from Carolina via Oakland [R7 - 8]
7 220 Seattle Seahawks Ryan Seymour G Vanderbilt SEC from New Orleans [R7 - 9]
7 221 San Diego Chargers Brad Sorensen QB Southern Utah Big Sky
7 222 Buffalo Bills Chris Gragg TE Arkansas SEC from St. Louis [R7 - 10]
7 223 Pittsburgh Steelers Nicholas Williams DT Samford SoCon
7 224 Green Bay Packers Kevin Dorsey WR Maryland ACC from Dallas via Miami [R7 - 11]
7 225 New York Giants Eric Herman G Ohio MAC
7 226 New England Patriots Michael Buchanan DE Illinois Big Ten from Chicago via Tampa Bay [R7 - 12]
7 227 Cleveland Browns Garrett Gilkey G Chadron State RMAC from Cincinnati via San Francisco [R7 - 13]
7 228 Washington Redskins Jawan Jamison RB Rutgers Big East
7 229 Minnesota Vikings Everett Dawkins DT Florida State ACC from Minnesota via New England and Tampa Bay [R7 - 14]
7 230 Indianapolis Colts Kerwynn Williams RB Utah State WAC
7 231 Seattle Seahawks Ty Powell LB Harding GAC
7 232 Green Bay Packers Sam Barrington LB South Florida Big East
7 233 Oakland Raiders David Bass DE Missouri Western MIAA from Houston [R7 - 15]
7 234 Denver Broncos Zac Dysert QB Miami (OH) MAC
7 235 New England Patriots Steve Beauharnais LB Rutgers Big East
7 236 Chicago Bears Marquess Wilson WR Washington State Pac-12 from Atlanta [R7 - 16]
7 237 San Francisco 49ers B. J. Daniels QB South Florida Big East
7 238 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 team Player Pos. College Conf. 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 Sun Belt
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 G 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 G 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 G 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][12]
  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)[13] 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).[16][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.[14]
  2. ^ New Orleans forfeited its second-round selection as part of the punishment for the team's 2012 bounty scandal.[15]

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.[17]

Selections by conference

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

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

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.[20]

Schools with multiple draft selections

Selections Schools
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 State, Miami (FL), Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, Oregon State, Rice, TCU, UCF, Utah, Utah State, Vanderbilt, Virginia Tech

Popular culture

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.[21]

Notes

  1. ^ a b 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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