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  1. La'el Collins, OT, LSU - 6-5 - 308
    As a tackle, La'el Collins is a very good player, just not the best in college, but look at the way he demonstrates ease-of-movement flowing as a trap blocker. Research showed that he had 23 downfield blocks in 2013 and 14 more as a senior. The average for offensive linemen taken in the first three rounds of the 2014 draft was 8.22.

    Collins excels at stal... Read More

  2. T.J. Clemmings, OT, Pittsburgh - 6-5 - 305
    While left tackle is regarded as football's "glamour" position on the front wall, you have to be impressed with the numbers that T.J. Clemmings produced this season at right tackle - 20 touchdown-resulting blocks to go with 79 knock-downs. Outside of having fits trying to contain Read More
  3. Brandon Scherff, OT, Iowa - 6-5 - 320
    While most in the media recognized Michigan's Taylor Lewan as the elite blocker in the Big Ten Conference, analysts were in consensus that it was actually the underrated Hawkeye who had the best performance for any left tackle in the league last season. He's equally effective as a drive blocker as he is in pass protection. His 5.09 speed is immediately noticed with hi... Read More
  4. Andrus Peat, OT, Stanford Falling - 6-7 - 312
    The son of former Cardinals and Raiders offensive lineman Todd Peat, Andrus is a rarity for a Stanford blocker, as he not only has remarkable athleticism, balance and body control, but he's simply the best road grader in college. His frame is still filling out, but he has massive thigh and calf thickness, long arms, active hands with a bone-jarring punch. The offense ... Read More
  5. Ereck Flowers, OT, Miami - 6-5 - 324
    After starting four games at right tackle as a true freshman, Ereck Flowers shifted to the left side, where he started every game he's played in for the Hurricanes during his last two seasons (sat out the 2014 North Carolina clash), despi... Read More
  6. Cameron Erving, C, Florida State - 6-5 - 308
    It does not matter where you play Cameron Erving, just as long as you have him as one of your eleven guys on the field. While others in this draft class have garnered more attention, if Erving is not the "Perfect Patriot" on draft day, somebody either took a wide receiver for New Engl... Read More
  7. Laken Tomlinson, OG, Duke - 6-3 - 320
  8. Daryl Williams, OT, Oklahoma Rising - 6'5 - 327
    At 6-5-327, Williams obviously has NFL size, and he was able to use it at the collegiate level to drive defenders of the line of scrimmage. There were no real questions about his strength coming out of college. However, some have questioned Williams' athleticism and posited that he might end up at guard. But Williams somewhat silenced those questions with an impressiv... Read More
  9. Ty Sambrailo, OT, Colorado State - 6-6 - 311
  10. Cedric Ogbuehi, OT, Texas A&M Rising - 6-5 - 306
  11. Ali Marpet, OG, Hobart Rising - 6-4 - 310
  12. David Andrews, C, Georgia Rising - 6-2 - 294
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