2018 NFL Draft Prospect Rankings

Offensive Tackles

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1. Mike McGlinchey
College: Notre Dame
Height: 6’8″, Weight: 309
Mike McGlinchey has shown positive progression throughout his career. McGlinchey has had some solid games against many of the top pass rushers in this year’s class. A key part of Notre Dame’s great offensive line, McGlinchey is strong in both pass and run blocking.

2. Connor Williams
College: Texas
Height: 6’5″, Weight: 320
Connor Williams versatility and athleticism will be intriguing to teams. A tackle in college, Williams was a solid player both in the pass and run game. He has short arms for a tackle, so while he has solid film some wonder if he’ll be able to cut it as a tackle against stiffer competition. Many do feel he can make the transition to guard if necessary so teams may be willing to take the risk on him in the 1st as a tackle with the security of having him move in as a guard as a fallback.

3. Kolton Miller
College: UCLA
Height: 6’9″, Weight: 310
An athletic tackle, Kolton Miller has experience playing both right and left tackle. He grew into the left tackle spot this year and was a huge help in protecting Josh Rosen’s blindside.

4. Orlando Brown
College: Oklahoma
Height: 6’8″, Weight: 345
Orlando Brown made a name for himself at the NFL combine and not in a good way. He was able to perform a little better at his pro day. His combine performance amplified his biggest concerns which is his lack of athleticism. Brown has fantastic power and can rag-doll defenders. Yet, in college he struggled against speed rushers and that will likely be the case in the NFL.

5. Brian O’Neill
College: Pittsburgh
Height: 6’7″, Weight: 297
An intriguing prospect, Brian O’Neill is a fantastic athlete. His athleticism and quickness is some of the best in this years class. He does lack power, but he’s been gaining weight throughout his college career. So teams may feel with proper conditioning they can continue to strengthen his game.