T, 6-6, 306, 5.25, Texas A&M
An underclassman who has everything it takes to become the prototypical left tackle and a perennial Pro Bowl player. A three-year starter who has quick feet and a large wingspan. A hard worker who is well-schooled in fundamentals. Can redirect pass rushers, knows how to wall and has superb balance. Should be the first pick.
T, 6-6, 307, 5.03, C. Michigan
Some scouts like Fisher better than Joeckel. Like Joeckel, Fisher has everything it takes to excel for years. The only difference is the quality of competition. Fisher is a tremendous athlete who understands the position. Plays with the kind of nasty streak coaches love. Packs a punch at the line and uses long arms to extend to get the best protection. Should be a top-five pick.
T, 6-7, 303, 4.69, Oklahoma
His stock has been soaring since the end of the season. Impressed scouts and coaches in all-star games and at the combine. The best athlete of all offensive linemen. He moves like a tight end. Has great balance, retreats and anchors well. Exceptional in space. Can hit on the road and move to the next level. Should be a top-10 pick.
G, 6-2, 317, 5.49, Alabama
The best guard in the draft was an outstanding college player who could become a perennial Pro Bowl selection. Lacks speed but has good enough quickness. A mauler with a mean streak. Powerful drive blocker. Wide body who is tough to knock off his feet. Once he gets into his man, he almost is impossible to get rid of. Should go among the top 10 picks.
G, 6-2, 311, 5.06, N. Carolina
An incredible athlete for his size. Some scouts like him better than Warmack. They are different players. He is blessed with a lot of natural athleticism. Takes coaching, wants to learn. Improved dramatically over the last two years. Can pull to either side. Also can play tackle or center if a team needs him at those positions. Should be a top-15 pick.
T, 6-5, 339, 5.28, Alabama
Another of the outstanding Alabama offensive-line prospects. He has the kind of size coaches want in a right tackle. He engulfs his man. A powerful drive blocker who doesn’t stop until he hears the whistle. Uses his hands well. When he anchors, he is tough to get around because he is such a wide body. Plays with the kind of chip on his shoulder coaches love. Should go in the top half of the first round.
T, 6-5, 310, Florida State
Grew up in England, played basketball in Spain, earned a scholarship from Marist College, then transferred to Saddlebrook JC before transferring to Florida State and playing one season and entering the draft.
C, 6-5, 306, Alabama
T, 6-6, 313, Oregon
He\'s the son of Hall of Fame defensive end Howie Long and the younger brother of St. Louis Rams defensive end Chris Long, one of the league’s premier pass rushers.
T, 6-6, 321, Florida