With the Super Bowl and Signing Day behind us, let's look ahead to another big day in a football fanatic's life -- the 2013 NFL draft.

The Lions hold the fifth pick in the first round. A quick sweep of the Internet shows that several draftniks published new mock drafts after the Super Bowl. These writers have the Lions taking a defensive player, but each one has Detroit going with a different guy.

CBSSports.com's Rob Rang has Detroit going with LSU defensive end Barkevious Mingo, citing the team's defensive line depth as a place of concern (especially now that the Lions have cut Kyle Vanden Bosch).

His CBSSports.com colleague, Dane Brugler, posted a mock draft on Super Sunday. He has the Lions taking a different DE, Texas A&M's Damontre Moore. "Moore is still developing as a hand-in-the-ground edge rusher, but his motor and tenacity is enough to consider him a top-10 pick."

SBNation's Matthew Fairburn agrees with the defensive end idea for Detroit, but has them passing on Moore and taking Brigham Young's Ezekiel Ansah instead. "He's not a finished product, but he has a wider array of moves than most give him credit for. This pick is a bit out of left field, but hey, it's February."

And then there's RotoWorld's Josh Norris. He's the first guy to not go with a down lineman, but rather has the Lions picking Alabama cornerback Dee Milliner. He wrote that while he would normally go with a DE here, "I get a feeling Milliner will be more highly coveted than many pass rushers that are generally considered to be in his talent range."

Finally, there's WalterFootball.com. They have the Lions going with Florida State DE/OLB Bjoern Werner: "The Lions' draft strategy is to pick the top player on their board. It just so happens that the best prospect available happens to fill a huge need."