West Virginia Mountaineers quarterback Geno Smith is considered the top signal-caller in the 2013 NFL Draft and many believe that he will be hearing his name called within the first ten selections in April. Whenever his name is called, Smith will be walking across the stage at Radio City Music Hall to shake NFL commissioner Roger Goodell’s hand and put on the cap of his new team.
Smith recently received an invitation to the draft and he has accepted it.
Among the teams interested in Smith at the top of the draft are the Kansas City Chiefs, Jacksonville Jaguars, Oakland Raiders, Philadelphia Eagles, Cleveland Browns and Buffalo Bills.
With all of the interest, there is very little chance that Smith will fall out of the top ten. If he does, then he will be waiting in the green room for a long time, but that didn’t turn out so bad for Aaron Rodgers.
For Smith’s sake, let’s hope he doesn’t get drafted by the Eagles or Bills or else his big day will be loaded with boo birds.