PICK: NA - Before the Draft Jayrah was handed the Aggies. Jayrah was highly competitive in '12 and started at a disadvantage. In '13 he inherits a talented roster and an enviable recruiting base. TAMU is the only Texas school among users which could give him an early leg up in terms of gathering young talent. Make no mistake though, the SEC West is filled with juggernauts and it will be tough to get to the CCG with games against traditional powers LSU, Alabama, Arkansas, and Auburn every season. PICK: NA - Did we give FSU to arguably the best player in '12 without even forcing him into the draft? In RL FSU has been underachieving for years with a highly talented team. With Kapono at the helm that is likely to change in a hurry. The 'noles are loaded with talent on both sides of the ball and are a traditional recruiting powerhouse. Hopefully rivals Florida and Miami can keep them in check on the recruiting trail and on the field. This was a straight steal for kapono! PICK: #1 - gowazzucougs picked first and he took the champs. Forrest was very competitive with overmatched teams in '12 which should bode well for him in '13. He now takes on one of, if not the, most talented rosters in the game. Additionally, 'bama is a recruiting juggernaut. The biggest questions are what can we expect to see on the field with regards to style? Forrest is fond of trick plays, wildcat, etc while 'bama is a line up and beat you without any smoke and mirrors kinda team. PICK: #2 - A bit of a surprise here for recchem2000 with a few more talented teams still on the board. Zach seems to have been hell bent on being Forrests #1 rival which made this pick for him. Auburn had a down year after the NC with Cam at the helm but they are still a very talented bunch with a nice recruiting base. Certainly an upgrade over UCLA in comparative talent. PICK: #3 - MexiRican35 must have been thrilled to see the Tigers available after recchem's pick. Mexi even vowed to make recchem sorry he passed on them by beating him every year. This team has as much talent as anyone in the country, especially on D. Recruiting shouldn't be a problem in the Bayou either as coach Mexi looks to get done what the tigers failed to do last season. This tigers team is built to do almost anything on offense, so who knows what to expect. PICK: #4 - A surprise pick here from Boom29 going with the 'Canes. Miami is not devoid of talent though, nor are they a slouch on the recruiting trail. Boom, much like this team, struggled last year, so can this pairing result in a resurgence for both? PICK: #5 - SatansAngel1104 makes a nice pick here getting a very talented Florida team still available at pick #5. Being new means we have no idea what to expect from this guy, but he gets a very capable team on the field and in the living room with plenty of young talent already on campus. He should be able to compete right away. PICK: #6 - This pick was a bit of a stretch given some of the rosters still available for DirtycashDylan . Sounds like DCD likes to throw the ball and coach Spurrier should have left him some nice pieces for those purposes. However, with Lattimore in town we can probably all expect a heavy dose of downhill running for a year or two from the 'cocks. This team could struggle a bit on the recruiting trail, but after trolling the new coaches success at Kent State I am sure he will do just fine. PICK: #7 - This team falling this far was a bit of a surprise. A welcome surprise for whygodwhy1111 to be sure. Boasting a loaded offense led by a Heisman hopeful at quarterback, WGW should have no problem putting up points right away. WGW from most accounts had great success at UW in '12 and there is little reason to expect him not to be ultra competitive once again in '13. PICK: #8 - He picked 'em in the Mock so this was no surprise. Wyrmreaver takes a team with a very talented spread offense. Not sure how that translates considering he was known to run the fleXbox One quite a bit in '12. At this point he's not even sure what he'll be doing on offense. The Mizzou defense isn't terrible but is certainly overmatched in the SEC west. On the recruiting trail the tigers find themselves at a decided disadvantage so we'll see if he can work some magic to build this team up. PICK: #9 - The steal of the draft for Dru50 to find Georgia with the second to last pick. This team is loaded top to bottom on both sides of the ball with a significant recruiting footprint to boot. With a preseason all american at QB and a core of returning players at WR Dru is likely to get down the field with ease. His nasty 3-4 SEC defense should help bail him out if the offense sputters. This team/user is a nasty combo. Luckily he and kapono are in the same division. PICK: #10 - After flirting with Vandy, Cheez settles on UT. The vols have been down but are a sleeping giant with a solid young roster and no lack for pull in recruiting. Don't be surprised if Josh is a powerhouse in Knoxville sooner rather than later.