Remember when quarterbacks like Robert Griffin III and Andrew Luck ruled the draft conversation? Well, this is 2013 and we have an offensive tackle for the No. 1 draft pick: Central Michigan's Eric Fisher. This is only the third time in NFL Draft history that an offensive lineman is the No. 1 draft pick (Orlando Pace in 1970 and Jake Long in 2008) and just the third time in 13 years that a quarterback isn't the top pick. 

This is also the Mid-American Conference's first No. 1 draft pick in history.

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