With the NFL Combine coming up this week, there could be some major changes coming to future 2013 NFL mock drafts. In order to get a pulse on what people are projecting for the Detroit Lions, below you can find a pre-NFL Combine update to our mock draft database. As usual, the database includes 31 different mock drafts and a look at the Lions' projected picks for the first three rounds (where applicable). The only real difference in the position breakdown from two weeks ago to now is that there is no longer a safety included for the Lions. Instead, there are 19 defensive ends rather than 18. The numbers are the same for the other positions. Take a look: Positions (first round) Defensive end - 19 Cornerback - 10 Offensive tackle - 1 Outside linebacker - 1 Once again, Milliner is the most popular pick since he is the only cornerback projected to go to the Lions. The defensive end breakdown is almost exactly the same, except this time there are two mocks with Ansah going to the Lions instead of only one. Aside from that, the only differences are that Kenny Vaccaro is no longer projected to go to the Lions in any mocks and Luke Joeckel replaces Eric Fisher as the only offensive tackle. Here's the full breakdown: