In this example, both Brown and Kinlaw are off the board. Drafting by position only is a terrible strategy. Get good players. Of course there are higher priority needs, but if the players for that position aren't there and you get can get a possible blue chip prospect at 13 (!) I don't know why you would dismiss it.
I remember way back in the Marvin Harrison draft. Harrison was a little guy, but was considered the most polished and NFL ready WR in the draft. But Keyshawn Johnson was taken #1 because of physicality and more developable "traits" and upside. MH was taken by Bill Tobin at pick #19.