Tuck: Story Of The 2013 NFL Draft
Usually the name jumps right out and bites you. You know who the key figure or figures are every year. The 2013 NFL Draft is weird. It's odd. It's kinda boring. It's possible that no quarterbacks and no running backs will be taken on the first night. That, in itself, is a story. But it's a hard story to tell to fans who are looking for something to be interested in.
So when searching for what could emerge in a draft that could see the majority of the first round round filled with offensive linemen, defensive linemen, linebackers, and some defensive backs, who do you look to?
What if I told you it was a guy that a month ago most people would have told you he wouldn't be drafted?
Yes, I am talking about South Carolina RB Marcus Lattimore.
Citing people familiar with South Carolina RB Marcus Lattimore's (knee surgeries) rehab, NFL Network's Mike Mayock stated on a Monday conference call that he's heard Lattimore is "way ahead of schedule."