ESPN's Todd McShay has already turned the focus to next season and had some fun projecting how the 2013 draft might unfold. He used an order derived by reversing the post-draft power rankings of Scouts Inc.'s Matt Williamson, and the players are those who jump to mind as possible standouts during the 2012 college season.
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Pick: Robert Woods, WR, USC
Hensley's comment: The Browns are still in search of a No. 1 wide receiver after filling the voids at running back, right tackle and quarterback this year. Woods, who is 6 feet 1, 190 pounds, is on pace to break USC career pass catching and kickoff return records.
Pick: Alex Okafor, DE, Texas
26. Baltimore Ravens
Pick: Kevin Reddick, ILB, North Carolina
Hensley's comment: There's always talk about finding the eventual successor to Ray Lewis, who is entering his 17th NFL season this year. Reddick is going to be a four-year starter who finished last season with 71 tackles including six for losses.
Pick: Tyler Eifert, TE, Notre Dame
Hensley's comment: The Steelers need to start thinking of the future with Heath Miller turning 31 next season. Eifert caught 63 passes last season for 803 yards and five touchdowns.