Ranking the RBs in the 2013 NFL Draft

Just as with the 2013 QB class, the RBs in the 2013 draft class lack top-end talent. So much so that it looks like there probably won’t be one selected in the first round at all, breaking a 50-year streak.

Unlike the QBs, though, there is a lot of depth to the class, meaning teams will be able to grab excellent values at the position late in the draft and especially as UDFAs.

Of course, if you’re looking for RBs to help your dynasty team, the top five or so here will probably be your best bets. But keep an eye on the rest of the guys on this list as the season goes on. So many of them have nice complementary abilities that you could see any one of them with good production as the year goes on.

Rankings as of 4/17/2013

  1. Andre Ellington, Clemson
  2. Eddie Lacy, Alabama
  3. Johnathan Franklin, UCLA
  4. Montee Ball, Wisconsin
  5. Giovani Bernard, North Carolina
  6. Latavius Murray, Central Florida
  7. Le’Veon Bell, Michigan State
  8. Stepfan Taylor, Stanford
  9. Christine Michael, Texas A&M
  10. Marcus Lattimore, South Carolina
  11. Kenjon Barner, Oregon
  12. Kerwynn Williams, Utah State
  13. Matthew Tucker, TCU
  14. George Winn, Cincinnati
  15. Kendial Lawrence, Missouri
  16. Knile Davis, Arkansas
  17. DJ Monroe, Texas
  18. Washaun Ealey, Jacksonville State
  19. Miguel Maysonet, Stony Brook
  20. Michael Hill, Missouri Western
  21. Mike James, Miami
  22. Curtis McNeal, Southern California
  23. Khiry Robinson, West Texas A&M
  24. Rex Burkhead, Nebraska
  25. Zach Line, Southern Methodist
  26. Akeem Shavers, Purdue
  27. Montel Harris, Temple
  28. Dennis Johnson, Arkansas
  29. Ray Graham, Pittsburgh
  30. Michael Ford, LSU
  31. Jawan Jamison, Rutgers
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