Offensive Line

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1. Andrew Thomas
College: Georgia
Height: 6’5″, Weight: 315
Andrew Thomas isn’t flashy, but he’s the most pro-ready offensive linemen in the draft. Capable of playing either tackle spots, Thomas can handle both physical and speed rushers. He’s an aggressive blocker in the run game and can continue to the 2nd level during extended plays.


2. Jedrick Wills Jr.
College: Alabama
Height: 6’4″, Weight: 312
An athletic and dominant tackle. It’s evident how much faith Alabama had in Wills by the amount of plays run on his side. He’s had little trouble handling speed rushers and can round them outside the play, allowing the quarterback to step up into the pocket. Blitzers trying to bull-rush are typically neutralized immediately by Wills.


3. Cesar Ruiz
College: Michigan
Height: 6’3″, Weight: 307
My favorite interior linemen. Cesar Ruiz is an incredible run blocker and is consistency unclogging the middle for his backs. He flows naturally to his 2nd level assignment and does a great job assisting interior guys with their blocks. He’s capable of playing either guard or center.


4. Tristan Wirfs
College: Iowa
Height: 6’5″, Weight: 320
An athletic and physical specimen who will intrigue teams with his upside. He’s a driving blocker who can control rushers with ease. He’ll be selected as a tackle early in the draft, but he has the versatility to slide inside to guard if he’s unable to maintain consistency at tackle.


5. Mekhi Becton
College: Louisville
Height: 6’7″, Weight: 364
The quintessential boom-or-bust prospect. Mekhi Becton’s athleticism and measurables allow him to have the highest upside in this year’s class. Watching him, you see his brute strength where it almost looks like he’s playing against high schoolers. On the flip-side, his mental game needs improving. He’s appears lost and is left standing around as opposed to moving to his next assignment.