Do the Jets add a dynamic edge rusher like Mingo or look elsewhere in Round 1? (Photo: US Presswire)
By Marc Sluis, Staff Writer
Around this time of year the fluid draft landscape seems to solidify to a degree. We’ve seen their tape, heard about their intangibles and witnessed their athletic tools at the combine. This year the top spot in the draft is still as unclear as ever, but that’s not the only thing different about the 2013 edition.
There is no sure fire first round quarterback. In a passing league that speaks to how weak the class really is at the NFL’s premier position. Alex Smith was traded for and Brandon Albert was franchised but I still like Joeckel at #1 until I hear another player they’re high on, which should happen in the next few weeks or so.