NFL Mock Draft 2013: Luke Joeckel tops latest Scott Wright mock

Matthew Emmons-US PRESSWIRE

Comparing the mock drafts of Scott Wright and Dan Kadar.

Draft Countdown's Scott Wright, one of the most respected voices when it comes to the NFL Draft, has released his first mock draft since the deadline for underclassmen to declare.

Wright's mock draft is immediately different than that of SB Nation's NFL Draft editor Dan Kadar, who released his update on Monday. Kadar slotted Geno Smith No. 1 to the Chiefs, while Wright has Kansas City selecting offensive tackle Luke Joeckel.

The other major difference between the two mock drafts came with the Buffalo Bills' quarterback position. Wright has the Bills taking USC quarterback Matt Barkley, while Kadar went a less traditional route and had the team taking Syracuse quarterback Ryan Nassib.

Wright also has Stanford tight end Zach Ertz as the first player at his position to come off the board, and he slotted D.J. Fluker in the first round of his mock. Both of those are unique picks at this stage.

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