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NFL Draft Rankings 2013: Running Backs

Athlon gets the fans ready for the NFL draft with position by position rankings for 2013.
<p> NFL Draft Rankings 2013: Running Backs</p>

Each year a unique set of prospects enters the professional ranks with a chance to make an immediate impact on the country’s most powerful sport. The 2013 NFL Draft, held April 25-27, won’t be any different. The running back position has become one of the easiest to find in the middle and late rounds each year. For every Adrian Peterson taken in the first round, there has been a Ray Rice, LeSean McCoy, Arian Foster, Maurice Jones-Drew and Frank Gore. Running backs can be found deep in the draft, and in that sense, this is an excellent running back class. 

Ranking the SEC's College Football Coaching Jobs for 2013

Florida ranks as the No. 1 coaching job in the SEC.
<p> Ranking the SEC's College Football Coaching Jobs for 2013</p>

We have ranked every college football program in the country, based on the attractiveness of the position from a coaching perspective. We considered many factors — tradition, facilities, location, money  — but in the end, we simply asked ourselves the following question: Where would we want to coach? Today we focus on the SEC.

10 Most Intriguing Names to Watch at the NFL Combine

Who are the most interesting players to watch in Indianapolis?
<p> 10 Most Intriguing Names to Watch at the NFL Combine</p>

Millions of dollars are made and lost at the NFL Combine and 2013 won’t be any different. Player interviews, mental acumen, agility, strength and speed tests all help NFL scouts, executives and coaches attempt to quantify over 300 different prospects over one weekend in Indianapolis.

College Football Recruiting: SEC Team Consensus Rankings for 2013

See how recruiting shook out for the SEC in 2013.
<p> Football Recruiting: 2013's Consensus Team SEC Rankings</p>

Recruiting in the SEC is downright nasty. It is a cutthroat, cannibalistic big business that is microscopically analyzed by fans, administrators and media members alike. Recruiting in the SEC is unlike recruiting in any other league. And the team rankings bare that out in painful clarity. Well, painful if you are coaching in any other major conference.