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Week Thirteen 2013 NFL Draft Rising and Falling

Week Thirteen 2013 NFL Draft Rising and Falling

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Rivalry week lived up to the expectations and then some. It’s my favorite (yet bittersweet) week of the college football season as it always brings it’s share of drama and this year didn’t disappoint. We also saw some NFL draft prospects move in opposite directions as the regular season wears down and we get into conference championship modes. Here’s a look at who helped or hurt themselves in week thirteen.
Brandon Magee, LB, Arizona State, Senior
The senior ASU linebacker lacks ideal NFL size but he has shown throughout 2012 that his game warrants a selection in April’s draft. He finished off the 2012 regular season with a 17 tackle performance against Arizona. He also added 3 TFL in the contest. Magee is coming off a lost 2011 season to an Achilles tear and looks fully healthy and ready to spring up draft boards.
Zach Boren, LB, Ohio State, Senior
Zach Boren typifies the 2012 Ohio State team, a team marred by past indiscretions but strong senior leadership. Boren had to be converted to linebacker midway through the 2012 season after playing fullback for the previous three seasons in Columbus. All Boren has done is record 50 tackles in six games as a starter. He finished his OSU career with a bang against Michigan as he tallied 9 tackles, 2 TFL, a vicious sack, and recovered a fumble. Something tells me this guy finds his way onto an NFL roster despite playing seven games at linebacker. He has New England written all over him.

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