Packers, Niners picks stand out
From Atlanta to Washington, the best and the questionable
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The 2013 NFL draft is in the books, and after looking at all 254 picks, here's my take on each team's best pick and some picks that could be considered questionable.
Best pick: TE Gavin Escobar (No. 47 overall) -- He didn't run a great 40 at the combine, he needs to develop as a route-runner and he needs to get stronger, but he's a big-framed and long target who, I think, has come into his own as an athlete in the past couple years. He's going to continue to get only bigger as he gets on an NFL weight lifting schedule and is able to focus only on football. No tight end whose tape I evaluated this year had better hands than Escobar. (I'd put him up there as No. 1 and Tyler Eifert as No. 1A.) Jason Witten can't play forever and James Hanna was a sixth-round pick for a reason.
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