Cedric OgbuehiTexas A&M6-5306
Donovan Smith*Penn St.6-6338
Ty SambrailoColorado St.6-6311
Corey RobinsonSouth Carolina6-7324
Laurence GibsonVirginia Tech6-6305
Sleeper: Kendall Lamm, Appalachian St., 6-5, 302
Scherff may be moved to guard, where analysts believe he has Pro Bowl potential. Using a top-10 pick on him, however, might be high for some teams that don’t value the interior of the offensive line that way. … Peat has been labeled “soft” by some analysts, but he’s got the measureables teams look for in a left tackle. … Collins is a right tackle. He was voted the Southeastern Conference’s top blocker in 2014.
Flowers is a mauler who bench-pressed 225 pounds 37 times at the NFL Scouting Combine. He’ll need to work on his pass protection. … Fisher is a converted tight end who displays excellent footwork. … Humphries played in only 29 career games. He’s got a physical style scouts love. … Ogbuehi tore an ACL in the Aggies’ bowl game and may not be ready to contribute as a rookie. … Clemmings converted to offensive tackle from the defensive line for his final two seasons at Pitt.
Havenstein started college at nearly 390 pounds and has worked his weight down to 321 at the combine. He was the leader of the Badgers’ offense. … Thompson has the physical skills, but his love of the game has been questioned by scouts. … Green dealt with injuries, but has the versatility to play anywhere on the line. … Hickey’s athleticism may force a move inside, as well.
– Jay Skurski
Plenty of players with first- and second-round grades, but not all of them project to play tackle at the next level. Good players will be available in the middle rounds.