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2013 NFL Mock Draft: Most Ideal Picks for All 32 Teams

It might be a little early to start looking towards the 2013 NFL draft, but as someone who covers the draft it's never too early. The 2013 class already has several players who look like they can make an immediate impact. An early look shows me this class could have more top-level prospects than the 2012 Draft. The upcoming slides are a quick look at some prospects each team could target.
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