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Top 2013 NFL Draft OL Prospect Rankings

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  1. Greg Robinson, OT, Auburn - 6'5 - 305
    This redshirt sophomore will be one of the youngest players available in the 2014 NFL Draft. Robinson declared early after only being three years removed from high school and for good reason. He was an integral part of the Tigers' run to the BCS National Championship game. Robinson anchored the left side of the line and could likely do the same for years to come at th... Read More
  2. Jake Matthews, OT, Texas A&M - 6'5 - 305
    University of Texas A&M offensive tackle Jake Matthews decision to return to school looks to have paid off as he is a top prospect for the 2014 NFL Draft. The senior elevated his game and provided a cornerstone for the Texas A&M offense. At just a touch over 6'5", Matthews has excellent height and length for the position and should be an All-Pro caliber star. Excel... Read More
  3. Taylor Lewan, OT, Michigan - 6'8 - 309
    Lewan opted to return to the Michigan Wolverines for one more season last year. At the time, he was in the conversation as one of the top offensive tackle prospects in the 2013 class. With an extra season under his belt, he could challenge to be one of the few first selections in the 2014 NFL Draft. The big question is whether NFL scouts will view Lewan as a legiti... Read More
  4. Zack Martin, T , Notre Dame - 6'4 - 305
    With 52 career starts, Martin should be remembered as one of the better offensive linemen in Notre Dame's illustrious history. Some scouts are in disagreement on whether he projects as a tackle or guard in the NFL; however, Martin can and should excel at either spot. Martin is a really intelligent player and consistently displayed excellent awareness in understandi... Read More
  5. Xavier Su'a-Filo, OL , UCLA - 6'3 - 304
    At 24 years old, Su'a-Filo is making a somewhat late entrance into the NFL due to taking a two year mission with the Mormon Church a few years back. This powerful interior lineman is an ideal prospect and is widely considered the top option for his position. Below average length. Short arms. Very flexible lower body and powerful. Can anchor, absorb contact and redi... Read More
  6. Morgan Moses, OT, Virginia - 6'6 - 325
    The Cavaliers have produced yet another NFL-caliber offensive line prospect in Moses. With ideal height, length and footwork, he has a great opportunity to latch on as a left tackle for many years. May be best suited for a zone-blocking scheme. Not a powerful blocker. Quick feet and good change of direction. Sets nicely and can absorb most bull rushes. Good at movi... Read More
  7. Joel Bitonio, OL , Nevada - 6'4 - 315
    A "work harder than you" competitor with surprising athleticism, Bitonio is a fast riser in scouting circles after a great combine and good tape. Ideal height, weight, but less than ideal length. Some teams see him as a tackle and others see a guard. That versatility will benefit him regardless. High passion player who plays hard through the whistle. Could slim up ... Read More
  8. Cyrus Kouandjio, OL , Alabama - 6'6 - 310
    Kouandjio is the next elite offensive line prospect out of Alabama and lives up to his high-billing. He possesses the ideal left tackle height, length, weight and foot speed. Kouandjio moves well and should be able to compete immediately as a potential starter to anchor a team's offensive line. Can eat up defenders with massive frame and excellent strength as a run... Read More
  9. Ja'Wuan James, OL , Tennessee - 6'6 - 323
    James is quickly moving up draft boards thanks to his ideal frame and left tackle potential. He has some deficiencies as a run blocker; however, the former Tennessee offensive lineman performed very well against the SEC's best pass rushers. Moves well for a man of his size. Quick, choppy footwork. Sets the edge quickly and smoothly. Doesn't allow defenders to get t... Read More
  10. Weston Richburg, C, Colorado State - 6'4 - 297
    A two-time team captain for the Rams, Richburg does just about everything well. Blessed with long arms and good speed to get up to the second level. Quick setter. Moves really well and possesses quick feet. Not going to really overpower or dominate defenders one-on-one. Mirrors effectively and keeps his eyes moving. Great hand placement. Needs to be a little more c... Read More
  11. Antonio Richardson, OL , Tennessee - 6'6 - 332
    Blessed with long arms, big hands and a large frame, Richardson passes the eyeball test on the football field. The game isn't about just looking the part though, it's also about playing it. Richardson's strengths are as a run blocker and he has untapped potential in pass protection. Quickness and agility may be an issue, which could force him to move inside to gua... Read More
  12. Jack Mewhort, OL , Ohio State - 6'7 - 310
    Mewhort is a big, hulking prospect likely to fit somewhere on the right side. He has an ideal frame for the position and was one of Ohio State's emotional senior leaders last season. Better run blocker than pass protector. Gets outside quickly and can set the edge. Susceptible to outside-inside moves. Re-directs defenders well and finishes plays to the whistle. Goo... Read More
  13. Gabe Jackson, OG, Mississippi State - 6'4 - 320
    This tough as nails run blocker should hear his name called early in the 2014 NFL Draft. Jackson is a thick, pile-mover with enough athletic footwork to thrive in a zone-blocking scheme as well. He is one of the top two or three interior linemen in this draft class. Very powerful and heavy-handed. Good girth and can anchor down well. Has enough upper body strength ... Read More

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