NFL Draft 2013: Analyzing Most Underrated 1st-Round Prospects

February 16, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The 2013 NFL Draft will once again be filled with intrigue, and should only continue to increase the league-wide parity with less lucrative rookie contracts.
Even though missing on a high choice isn't as devastating as it once was, it is still important for teams to get great value out of the first round. Some prospects are under the radar and have outside shots at going in Round 1, but should be more highly touted.
Here are two players on each side of the ball that will thrill at the next level and should be selected within the first 32 picks in April.
Tavon Austin, WR, West Virginia
The perception surrounding this class is that there is a lack of elite skills players. If Austin's college production is any indicator of how he'll do in the pros, that will prove to be wrong.
In his last two years with the Mountaineers, Austin racked up 101 and 114 catches respectively and caught 20 touchdowns. He also gained 643 yards on just 75 car...

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