Offensive Line

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1. Penei Sewell
Oregon
Height: 6’5″ • Weight: 331
Penei Sewell remains the consensus top lineman in the draft with good reason. Sewell has great measurables, freakish athleticism, and the strength to power over most defenders. His technique will need work, but the tools are there for an elite tackle.


2. Rashawn Slater
Northwestern
Height: 6’4″ • Weight: 304
Rashawn Slater is the most polished linemen in the draft. Concerns exist about his size, but his technique and athleticism make him a safe bet. Slater demonstrates great handwork and makes up for his lack of size by establishing leverage. He’s reliable in both run and pass blocking.


3. Christian Darrisaw
Virginia Tech
Height: 6’4″  • Weight: 314
Christian Darrisaw is an experienced lineman with great measurables. He shines in both run and pass blocking thanks to his ability to establish leverage and his hand movements. On extended plays, Darrisaw consistently blocks well on his second-level assignments.


4. Alijah Vera-Tucker
USC
Height: 6’4″ • Weight: 308
Alijah Vera-Tucker is a versatile lineman with terrific athleticism. Vera-Tucker particularly shines as a pass blocker thanks to his quick feet. He’s capable of guiding rushers outside the blocker, and his ability to establish leverage aids him against bull rushes. While he’s an aggressive run defender, some added strength to his game would further help him.


5. Samuel Cosmi
Texas
Height: 6’6″ • Weight: 314
Samuel Cosmi has the measurables you want, and coaches rave about his attitude. Cosmi shines as a run blocker thanks to his strength and ability to get to the second level. In regards to pass blocking, his size and athleticism shield the many issues he has with technique. He’ll need to improve in this area, or he may need to kick inside.