NFL evaluators will wait for three years to determine whether their prized prospects have lived up to the expectations that accompanied their arrivals as top picks. With the 2015 regular season in the books -- and with the Chiefs, who had the top pick in 2013, still alive in the playoffs -- it's a great time to assess the 2013 class and conduct a redo based on what we now know about the top players. After taking some time to reassess the prospects and the pressing needs of each team, here's how the 2013 draft would look if the general managers took another stab at the selection process.
1. KANSAS CITY CHIEFS
2. JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS
Comment: The Jaguars have desperately needed an athletic DPR with explosive rush skills to feature off the edges in Gus Bradley's scheme.
3. MIAMI DOLPHINS
Comment: Long entered the NFL as a developmental prospect, but has blossomed into a Pro Bowl-caliber blocker at multiple spots.
4. PHILADELPHIA EAGLES
5. DETROIT LIONS
Comment: Bell would've followed in the footsteps of Billy Sims and Barry Sanders as an electric runner blazing the turf in the Motor City.
6. CLEVELAND BROWNS
Comment: Richardson is a perfect fit for the Dawg Pound as a destructive force with immense talent and a surly attitude.
7. ARIZONA CARDINALS
Comment: The "Honey Badger" is the Cardinals' best player, and the heart and soul of a championship-caliber defense.
Comment: Jeff Fisher hasn't fully maximized the diminutive playmaker's talents due to suspect quarterback play, but Austin's flashy game would make him a marquee name in Hollywood.
9. NEW YORK JETS
10. TENNESSEE TITANS
11. SAN DIEGO CHARGERS
Comment: The Chargers could use a rugged interior defender with a nice mix of run-stopping ability and pass-rush skills.
12. OAKLAND RAIDERS
Comment: Patterson's speed and big-play ability as a kick returner would make him an ideal Raider selection.
13. NEW YORK JETS
Comment: Todd Bowles loves cover corners with the awareness and ball skills that Trufant displays on the island.
14. CAROLINA PANTHERS
15. NEW ORLEANS SAINTS
Comment: The Saints could use a big-bodied WR1 like Allen to feature in Sean Payton's aggressive aerial attack.
16. BUFFALO BILLS
17. PITTSBURGH STEELERS
Comment: Mike Tomlin likes long, rangy corners with ball skills to play in the Steelers' revamped zone-based scheme. Rhodes has grown into a top-notch defender early in his career.
18. SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS
Comment: Given Reid's quick ascension to the ranks of the elite, the 49ers would gladly take the ex-LSU standout in a redo.
19. NEW YORK GIANTS
Comment: The G-Men have traditionally gotten production from late-round or undrafted prospects at the position, but a talented pass-catcher like Kelce would merit serious consideration at the top of the draft.
20. CHICAGO BEARS
Comment: Despite his impressive physical dimensions, the Bears would need to patiently wait for Fisher to develop into a quality starter at left or right tackle.
21. CINCINNATI BENGALS
22. ATLANTA FALCONS
23. MINNESOTA VIKINGS
Comment: Mike Zimmer has quickly transformed the Vikings into a bully in the NFC behind a rugged defense that overpowers opponents in the middle. Floyd is a big part of the reconstruction with his dominance as an interior defender.
24. INDIANAPOLIS COLTS
25. MINNESOTA VIKINGS
Comment: With Adrian Peterson in the backfield, it's always a smart decision to add a people-pusher to the mix to upgrade the rushing attack.
26. GREEN BAY PACKERS
27. HOUSTON TEXANS
Comment: Pugh's versatility (offensive guard/tackle) would provide Bill O'Brien with lineup flexibility on game day.
28. DENVER BRONCOS
Comment: Wade Phillips collects pass rushers like trading cards, so the Broncos would have a tough time bypassing Jones at this stage of the draft.
29. MINNESOTA VIKINGS
Comment: Ogletree's speed and athleticism would shine in Zimmer's attack-style defense.
Comment: With the girlfriend hoax in the rearview mirror, Jeff Fisher would likely make a play for the intuitive tackling machine.
31. DALLAS COWBOYS
Comment: Murray would absolutely kill it behind the Cowboys' star-studded offensive line that routinely mauls defenders at the point of attack.
32. BALTIMORE RAVENS
Comment: Slay would solve the Ravens' cornerback woes with his sticky cover skills on the perimeter.