Scouts say he moves like a big tight end (he scored a catch-and-run touchdown) in open space. Critics say he is penalized too often and is too reliant on technique to physically dominate.
Left Tackle, Notre Dame 6-6, 302 lbs.
A three-year starter at left tackle, following in the footsteps of Mike McGlinchey, Ronnie Stanley, and Zack Martin since 2010. While not having much of a ceiling, Eichenberg is considered a safe late first, or second-round pick who will be a steady longtime starter.
Center, Alabama, 6-6, 333 lbs.
Rimington Trophy winner as the best center in the nation in his one season after transferring from Florida State. Would be a no doubt 1st rounder if not for his worrisome medical history. Dickerson’s coming off an ACL injury in the SEC title game.
OT, North Dakota State, 6-4, 301 lbs
Played under an increased spotlight because of quarterback Trey Lance. Better run-blocker than pass-protector but earned Practice Player of the Week honors at the Senior Bowl.
OT/OG, Michigan, 6-5, 326 lbs.
Played in just 18 games, so if you’re picking Mayfield it’s because of his potential. You can’t teach his toughness, but he’ll need to sit behind a vet for his first year in order to be taught fundamentals.
Left Tackle, Oklahoma State, 6-6, 317 lbs.
Don’t let his looks fool you, this boy has got a mean streak when it comes to playing the O-LPrototypical NFL frame at the four non-center positions (mostly right tackle), but most likely will take a year and sit behind a vet in order to learn left tackle. Has short arms, but quick hands/feet which allows him to handle a bull rush.
OT, Virginia Tech, 6-5, 322 lbs
Smooth technique throughout his career at left tackle (35 starts) and answered some questions about his inconsistent effort in 2020.
OG, USC, 6-5, 308 lbs.
Played left tackle last season but is considered a future All-Pro guard, maybe closer to Pro Bowler Brandon Scherff than Hall of Fame-track Quenton Nelson. Wins with his hands.
OT/OG Northwestern, 6-4, 304 lbs.
Some say he should move to guard because he has short arms and the athleticism to pull. He says he’s the best tackle in the draft. That perceived slight should only add to his nastiness.
Left Tackle, Oregon, 6-5, 331 lbs.
Whichever team picks Penei Sewell they’ll be getting a day one starter, who’ll be playing left tackle for that team for the next decade. Powerful upper body and nimble feet. One sack allowed on 1,376 career snaps.