There’s no doubt that the 2013 NFL Draft is mostly about offensive tackles and pass rushers, with the top 5 consisting of Eric Fisher, Lane Johnson and Luke Joeckel, all offensive linemen, going to Kansas City Chiefs, Philadelphia Eagles and Jacksonville Jaguars respectively, while the Miami Dolphins picked Dion Jordan and the Detroit Lions took Ezekiel Ansah, representing those going after quarterbacks.

No running backs and only one quarterback (EJ Manuel, Buffalo Bills) were taken in the first round, while 9 offensive linemen and 8 defensive linemen were taking with the first 32 picks.

1 – Eric Fisher (OT), Kansas City Chiefs

Eric Fisher

Everyone knew the Chiefs were taking an offensive tackle with their first pick, but Fisher wasn’t the popular pick. Still, the left tackle coming out of Central Michigan seems to be the one that might be less ready to star right away, but has the ideal physical and athletic attributes to become one of the best left tackles in the NFL.

2 – Luke Joeckel (OT), Jacksonville Jaguars

Luke Joeckel Draft

The man who helped Johnny Manziel win the Heisman trophy was projected to be the number one pick all along, but dropped because the Chiefs wanted more athleticism with their first pick. Joeckel will still be a starter from day 1, probably on the right side, as the Jags are hoping this offensive line pick turns out better than those in the past couple of years.

3 – Dion Jordan (OLB), Miami Dolphins

Dion Jordan

Jordan had an impressive last couple of years at Oregon, recording a total of 12.5 sacks and 23 tackles for a loss. He is one of the most versatile edge players in this class, with the ability to line up at various spots along the defensive front and rush off the edge or cover receivers in space. He still isn’t as big as some would like him to be, but he might be the best athlete heading into the NFL out of college this season.

4 – Lane Johnson (OT), Philadelphia Eagles

Lane Johnson Eagles

Some consider Johnson, coming out of Oklahoma, to be the offensive tackle with the biggest upside heading into the NFL in this draft. His previous experience as a quarterback, tight end and defensive end might hurt his experience factor in the position, but he plays with a certain edge and tenacity not often seen in offensive tackles.

5 – Ezekiel Ansah (DE), Detroit Lions

Ezekiel Ansah

The BYU pass rusher is quite a raw talent that lacks experience, but his 4.5 sacks and 13.5 tackles for a loss last season made him too good to pass over early on for the Lions, who really need an elite pass rusher to help their defense. He can also play in the middle of the pass rush, which should help him and the Lions be very aggressive next season.

6 – Barkevious Mingo (DE), Cleveland Browns

7 – Jonathan Cooper (OG), Arizona Cardinals

8 – Tavon Austin (WR) – St. Louis Rams

9 – Dee Milliner (CB) – New York Jets

10 – Chance Warmack (OG), Tennessee Titans

11 – D.J. Fluker (OT), San Diego Chargers

12 – D.J. Hayden (CB), Oakland Raiders

13 – Sheldon Richardson (DT), New York Jets

14 – Star Lotulelei (DT), Carolina Panthers

15 – Kenny Vaccaro (S), New Orleans Saints

16 – EJ Manuel (QB), Buffalo Bills

17 – Jarvis Jones (OLB), Pittsburgh Steelers

18 – Eric Reid (S), LSU

19 – Justin Pugh (OT), New York Giants

20 – Kyle Long (OG), Chicago Bears

21 – Tyler Eifert (TE), Cincinnati Bengals

22 – Desmond Trufant (CB), Atlanta Falcons

23 – Sharrif Floyd (DT), Minnesota Vikings

24 – Bjoern Werner (DE), Indianapolis Colts

25 – Xavier Rhodes (CB), Minnesota Vikings

26 – Datone Jones (DE), Green Bay Packers

27 – DeAndre Hopkins (WR), Houston Texans

28 – Sylvester Williams (DT), Denver Broncos

29 – Cordarelle Patterson (WR), Minnesota Vikings

30 – Alec Ogletree (ILB), St. Louis Rams

31 – Travis Frederick (C), Dallas Cowboys

32 – Matt Elam (S), Baltimore Ravens