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2013 NFL Draft - Round 1
Pick # Overall Team Player Pos. Class School
1 1 Kansas City Eric Fisher T Sr Central Michigan
2 2 Jacksonville Luke Joeckel T Jr Texas A&M
3 3 Miami
(from Oakland)
Dion Jordan DE Sr Oregon
4 4 Philadelphia Lane Johnson T Sr Oklahoma
5 5 Detroit Ziggy Ansah DE Sr Brigham Young
6 6 Cleveland Barkevious Mingo LB Jr LSU
7 7 Arizona Jonathan Cooper G Sr North Carolina
8 8 St. Louis
(from Buffalo)
Tavon Austin WR Sr West Virginia
9 9 NY Jets Dee Milliner CB Jr Alabama
10 10 Tennessee Chance Warmack G Sr Alabama
11 11 San Diego D.J. Fluker T Jr Alabama
12 12 Oakland
(from Miami)
D.J. Hayden CB Sr Houston
13 13 NY Jets
(from Tampa Bay)
Sheldon Richardson DT Sr Missouri
14 14 Carolina Star Lotulelei DT Sr Utah
15 15 New Orleans Kenny Vaccaro S Sr Texas
16 16 Buffalo
(from St. Louis)
EJ Manuel QB Sr Florida State
17 17 Pittsburgh Jarvis Jones LB Jr Georgia
18 18 San Francisco
(from Dallas)
Eric Reid S Jr LSU
19 19 NY Giants Justin Pugh T Sr Syracuse
20 20 Chicago Kyle Long G Sr Oregon
21 21 Cincinnati Tyler Eifert TE Sr Notre Dame
22 22 Atlanta
(from Washington through St. Louis)
Desmond Trufant CB Sr Washington
23 23 Minnesota Sharrif Floyd DT Jr Florida
24 24 Indianapolis Bjoern Werner LB Jr Florida State
25 25 Minnesota
(from Seattle)
Xavier Rhodes CB Jr Florida State
26 26 Green Bay Datone Jones DE Sr UCLA
27 27 Houston DeAndre Hopkins WR Jr Clemson
28 28 Denver Sylvester Williams DT Sr North Carolina
29 29 Minnesota
(from New England)
Cordarrelle Patterson WR Jr Tennessee
30 30 St. Louis
(from Atlanta)
Alec Ogletree LB Jr Georgia
31 31 Dallas
(from San Francisco)
Travis Frederick C Jr Wisconsin
32 32 Baltimore Matt Elam S Jr Florida

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