My Scouts Inc. colleague Todd McShay posted his updated 2013 mock draft earlier this week and as usual, plenty of talented prospects were squeezed out because of various factors, including lack of perfect fits.
As recent history tells us, the top of the second round produces plenty of good NFL players. Some notables from the last five years:
Denver Broncos DE Derek Wolfe (No. 37 overall in 2012)
San Francisco 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick (No. 36 in 2011)
Cleveland Browns DE Jabaal Sheard (No. 37 in 2011)
St. Louis Rams OT Rodger Saffold (No. 33 in 2010)
St. Louis MLB James Laurinaitis (No. 35 in 2009)
Green Bay Packers WR Jordy Nelson (No. 35 in 2008)
With that in mind, here are five prospects who didn't make McShay's first-round cut, but could be good fits for teams picking at the top of the second round this year.
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