NFL Draft 2013: Three Aggies projected to go in first round

Brett Davis-US PRESSWIRE

CBS Sports believes three players from Texas A&M could be taken in the first round.

The No. 9 Texas A&M Aggies still have one game left on the schedule this season, a Friday meting with the No. 11 Oklahoma Sooners in the Cotton Bowl in Dallas. But three players on the roster may have a lot more than just the final game of the season on their minds. CBS Sports projects three juniors could go in the first round if they declare early for the NFL Draft.

Offensive tackle Luke Joeckel seems to have the best draft prospects with Rob Rang predicting he'll go first overall to the Kansas City Chiefs while Dane Brugler thinking he'll fall to fourth and the Philadelphia Eagles. Rang and Brugler differ in their opinion about defensive end Damontre Moore by the same number of draft spots with Rang pegging him going sixth to the Browns, while Brugler thinks he'll go 10th to the Tennessee Titans.

Offensive tackle Jake Matthews also grades out to a first-round pick according to CBS. Brugler believes he'll go 11th to the San Diego Chargers while Rang thinks the St. Louis Rams will nab him with the 16th pick.

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