2018 NFL Draft Prospect Rankings


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1. Quenton Nelson
College: Notre Dame
Height: 6’5″, Weight: 329
An absolute beast of a linemen. You don’t get projected as a top five prospect as a guard without being a refined prospect. Nelson manhandled opposing defensive linemen in both the run and pass game. He has the upside to step in right away and be one of the best guards in the NFL.

2. Isaiah Wynn
College: Georgia
Height: 6’3″, Weight: 313
A nice versatile player, Wynn could likely play all across the line. An aggressive and strong blocker, Wynn’s blocking in the run game is phenomenal. He was also a capable pass blocker.

3. Will Hernandez
College: UTEP
Height: 6’2″, Weight: 327
Will Hernandez lacks ideal length. Hernandez relies on his power and bulldozed opposing linemen. He’s definitely one of the strongest run blockers in this year’s class.

4. Braden Smith
College: Auburn
Height: 6’6″, Weight: 315
Braden Smith doesn’t have much that pops out to you. He’s more of a solid and well-rounded prospect. He has ideal size and held his own in both run and pass blocking.

5. Austin Corbett
College: Nevada
Height: 6’4″, Weight: 305
A versatile linemen, Austin Corbett has experience playing both tackle positions. His size limits his ability to be a full-time starter at tackle so he’ll likely have to slide inside. Corbett displayed strong technique as a linemen throughout his career.