Saturday, April 13, 2013

2013 NFL Draft Player Rankings: Offense

Vikings Corner's Daniel House tells you his rankings of the

top offensive players in the 2013 NFL Draft.

Who are his sleepers and busts in this year's draft?

Today we will reveal our postional rankings for the offensive side of the ball for the NFL Draft. More specific features will be posted on position groups that effect the Vikings in the next few days.

Tyler Wilson is one of our top quarterbacks in the draft
and could be the "sleeper" of this years underwhelming


1. Geno Smith
2. Matt Barkley
3. Tyler Wilson
4. Tyler Bray
5. E.J. Manuel
6. Ryan Nassib
7. Mike Glennon
8. E.J. Manuel
9. Zac Dysert
10. Landry Jones

Running Backs:

Montee Ball could very well be selected in round 1 and is
one of the most durable running backs in this year's
1. Montee Ball
2. Eddie Lacy
3. Giovanni Bernard
4. Le’Veon Bell
5. Andre Ellington
6.Joesph Randle
7. Kenjon Barner
8. Marcus Lattimore
9. Christine Michael
10.Stepfan Taylor

Justin Hunter is one of the underrated wide receiver
prospects and could be a prospect the Vikings target.
He reminds me of Sidney Rice, especially with his leaping
Wide Receivers:

1. Tavon Austin
2. Cordarelle Patterson
3. Justin Hunter
4. DeAndre Hopkins
5. Da’Rick Rogers
6. Keenan Allen
7. Robert Woods
8. Quinton Patton
9. Aaron Dobson
10. Terrance Williams

Tight Ends:

1.Tyler Efiert
2.Zach Ertz
3.Gavin Escobar
4.Dion Sims
5.Jordan Reed
6.Joseph Fauria
7.Travis Kelce
8.Vance McDonald
9.Mychal Rivera
10.Levine Toilolo

Offensive Guard:

1. Jonathan Cooper
2. Chance Warmack
3. Larry Warford
4. Justin Pugh
5. Kyle Long
6. Hugh Thornton
7. Dallas Thomas
8. Alvin Bailey
9. Brian Winters
10. J.C. Tretter

1. Barrett Jones
2. Travis Frederick
3. Khaled Holmes
4. Brian Schwenke
5. Braxston Cave

Offensive Tackle:
1. Luke Joeckel
2. Eric Fisher
3. Lane Johnson
4. D.J. Fluker
5. Menelik Watson
6. David Quessenberry
7. Reid Fragel
8. Ricky Wagner
9. Terron Armstead
10. Brennan Williams
Stay tuned for our player rankings for the defensive side of the ball and for more coverage leading up to the 2013 NFL Draft.

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