NFL Draft 2013: Shaky Prospects Teams Must Avoid

April 13, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Beware during the 2013 NFL draft, because landing a prospect that lacks consistent reliability will cost a team in the long run.
For the most part, this only applies to Rounds 1 through 3, but there are reasons we'll see athletes drop into the later rounds. Factor in various team needs, depth of talent—or lack thereof—at each position and a player's game tape, and what unfolds will not be surprising.
Now, not every such case is due to underachievement; durability issues will also play a role. Ahead, the following prospects have some combination of the aforementioned tangibles.
David Amerson: CB, North Carolina State
David Amerson is too much risk for the reward in this draft.
Although he collected 17 picks over the past two seasons, as well as 288 interception-return yards, Amerson also gave up quite a few big plays. Given pro football's pass-oriented approach, teams will challenge him with double moves downfield and off play action.

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