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My top-ten 2013 NFL Draft rankings: Offense

Great draft experts like Mike Mayock, Mel Kiper, and Todd McShay all release lists of their top players at each position. While I may not be in their league, I have put a lot of time into this year's draft and these are the prospects who have stood out most.

Jared Wickerham

With draft day only four days away, I thought I would share my cheat sheet with the MCM community. Understand that this is my proprietary blend of my opinion mixed with a little bit of public perception. Some players like Marcus Lattimore have the potential to be better players than what I have them listed at, but I weigh risk heavily into these rankings. Also, the round I put beside them is where I think they will get draft NOT necessarily where I think they have value.

Let me know if you have any comments or players that you would like to see go to the Titans in any round.


  1. Geno Smith, WVU, 1st
  2. Matt Barkley, USC, 1st
  3. Tyler Wilson, Arkansas, 2nd
  4. Mike Glennon, NCST, 2nd
  5. Ryan Nassib, Syracuse, 2nd
  6. E.J. Manuel, FSU, 2nd
  7. Landry Jones, OU, 4th
  8. Tyler Bray, UT 4th
  9. Zach Dysert, Miami (OH), 5th
  10. Matt Scott, Arizona, 5th


  1. Eddie Lacy, Alabama, 1st
  2. Gio Bernard, UNC, 2nd
  3. Monte Ball, Wisc., 2nd
  4. Joseph Randle, OKST, 2nd
  5. Jonathan Franklin, UCLA 2nd
  6. Andre Ellington, Clemson 3rd
  7. Marcus Lattimore, SC, 4th
  8. Mike Gillislee, Florida, 4th
  9. Stepfan Taylor, Stanford, 5th
  10. Jawan Jamison, Rutgers, 5th


  1. Tyler Eifert, Notre Dame, 1st
  2. Zach Ertz, Stanford, 2nd
  3. Travis Kelce, Cincinnat, 2nd
  4. Vance McDonald, Rice, 3rd
  5. Gavin Escobar, SDSU, 3rd
  6. Jordan Reed, Florida, 3rd
  7. Dion Sims, Michigan State, 4th
  8. Levine Toilolo, Stanford, 5th
  9. Nick Kasa, Colorado, 5th
  10. Mychal Rivera, Tennessee, 5th


  1. Cordarrelle Patterson, Tennessee, 1st
  2. Tavon Austin, WVU, 1st
  3. Keenan Allen, Cal, 1st
  4. DeAndre Hopkins, Clemson 1st
  5. Quinton Patton, LA Tech, 2nd
  6. Robert Woods, USC 2nd
  7. Terrance Williams, Baylor, 2nd
  8. Justin Hunter, Tennessee, 2nd
  9. Markus Wheaton, Oregon State, 3rd
  10. Aaron Dobson, Marshall, 3rd


  1. Luke Joeckel, TAMU, 1st
  2. Eric Fisher, CMU, 1st
  3. Lane Johnson, OU, 1st
  4. D.J. Fluker, Alabama, 1st
  5. Menelik Watson, FSU, 2nd
  6. Terron Armstead, Arkansas Pine-Bluff, 2nd
  7. Oday Aboushi, Virginia, 4th
  8. David Bakhtiari Colorado, 4th
  9. David Quessenberry, SJSU, 4th
  10. Reid Fragel, Ohio State, 4th


  1. Chance Warmack, Alabama, 1st
  2. Jonathan Cooper, UNC, 1st
  3. Larry Warford, Kentucky, 2nd
  4. Justin Pugh, Syracuse, 2nd
  5. Dallas Thomas, Tennessee, 2nd
  6. Kyle Long, Oregon, 2nd
  7. Brian Winters, Kent State, 3rd
  8. Brennan Williams, UNC, 4th
  9. Alvin Bailey, Arkansas, 4th
  10. Brian Schwenke, Cal, 4th