The center crop for the 2013 NFL Draft can justifiably be called underrated.  There are a few dominant pivot blockers at the top with a number of under the radar prospects through the later rounds who can develop into players at the next level.

Centers

Rnd Full Name School Yr
1-2Barrett JonesAlabama5Sr
2-3Khaled HolmesUSC5Sr
2-3Travis FrederickWisconsin4Jr
4thAlex BullardTennessee4Jr
5thBraxston CaveNotre Dame5Sr
5thBrian SchwenkeCalifornia4Sr
5-6Travis SwansonArkansas4Jr
5-6Mario BenavidesLouisville5Sr
6thGraham PocicIllinois5Sr
6thWeston RichburgColorado State3Jr
6thJonotthan HarrisonFlorida4Jr
6-7Darren KeytonCentral Michigan5Sr
7thIvory WadeBaylor4Sr
7thDalton FreemanClemson5Sr
7thDrew SchaeferWashington5Sr
FASherman CarterTennessee State5Sr
FATevita StevensUtah5Sr
FARyan TurnleyPittsburgh5Sr
FAMatt StankiewitchPenn State5Sr
FAJames FerentzIowa5Sr
FAT.J. JohnsonSouth Carolina5Sr
FAZac KerinToledo4Jr
FAP.J. LonerganLSU5Sr
FAEric KushCalifornia-Pa5Sr
FAPeters DreyPurdue5Sr
FACamden WentzNorth Carolina State5Sr
FAMark PrattYoungstown State5Sr
FALogan FreemanCentral Missouri4Sr
FAMatt SmithKentucky5Sr
FASkyler AllenOhio4Sr
FAKevin KapellasEastern Illinois5Sr
FABrad BednarMiami-Oh4Sr
FARocko Khouryx-Michigan5Sr
FAChet WelcCalifornia-Pa5Sr
FAWill MatteIndiana5Sr
FABen HabernOklahoma5Sr