http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/20...ft-midseason-top-50/index.html?sct=nfl_t12_a0 The top of the 2013 NFL Draft looks like an inspired class with plenty of solid talent, but no dominant player in the mold of Andrew Luck, Calvin Johnson or Von Miller. Even considering that, there's an abundance of talent at the defensive tackle position, as well as offensive guard. Safety and running back bring up the rear of next year's draft class. Here are the top 50 players on the SI.com draft board at the NFL season's halfway point. (* denotes underclassman) 1) Barkevious Mingo, DE-OLB, LSU* -- Mingo offers more impact than any player in this draft, and has the ability to line up at a number of positions in the front seven. The athletic junior comes with great upside and will reward the NFL team that drafts him, then patiently develops his talent. 17) Sam Montgomery, DE, LSU* -- The junior is a productive pass rusher and disruptive force from his defensive end spot. Montgomery comes with a large upside, but personality issues have raised red flags.