2019 NFL Draft Prospects: Offensive Tackles



By Charlie Campbell.
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The top 2019 Offensive Tackle prospects available for the 2019 NFL Draft. * - denotes 2020 prospect. ** - denotes 2021 prospect.

This page was last updated Oct. 13, 2018. Follow Walter @walterfootball for updates.
2018 NFL Draft Position Rankings:
QB | RB | FB | WR | TE | OT | G | C | DE | DT | NT | 3-4 OLB | 3-4 DE | OLB | ILB | CB | S | K | P

2019 NFL Draft Position Rankings:
QB | RB | FB | WR | TE | OT | G | C | DE | DT | NT | 3-4 OLB | 3-4 DE | OLB | ILB | CB | S | K | P

2020 NFL Draft Position Rankings:
QB | RB | FB | WR | TE | OT | G | C | DE | DT | NT | 3-4 OLB | 3-4 DE | OLB | ILB | CB | S | K | P

  1. Trey Adams*, OT, Washington
    Height: 6-7. Weight: 334.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.32.
    Projected Round (2019): 1-2.

    10/13/18: Adams had surgery for a back injury and may not play this season. Reportedly, Adams will return to Washington next year if he misses the 2018 season. The injuries and durability questions could cause his draft grade to drop significantly.

    8/28/18: According to NFL teams' preseason data provided by team sources, Deiter checks in at 6-foot-7, 334 pounds. At that heavy weight, Adams is said to run a fast 40 at 5.10 seconds. Other data has him with 34.25-inch arms, 10.13-inch hands, and an 81.13-inch wing span. He has excellent measurables to be an edge blocker in the NFL.

    In October of the 2017 season, Adams tore an ACL, which led to him returning for his senior year even though he still could have been a first-round pick in the 2018 NFL Draft. Adams was solid, but not dominant, before getting hurt. He didn't have a flawless season opener against Rutgers, but was better in other games. Adams showed good length, quickness, athleticism and agility. Sources from around the league thought he was a first-rounder, with some liking him at left tackle and others thinking he would a better fit at right tackle. One college scouting director said they had a higher grade on Adams than they did on Garett Bolles in 2016, who was the first tackle taken in the 2017 NFL Draft.

    During the summer leading up to fall camp for the 2017 season, scouting sources with NFL teams who had gone ahead to work the 2018 class during the spring told me that they thought Adams had the potential to be an elite prospect. Those evaluators felt that Adams could emerge as one of the top talents for the 2018 NFL Draft and had him in the top three of all players entering the 2017 season. They compared Adams' size and athleticism to Taylor Lewan coming out of Michigan, and also said that Adams has good technique to go with his impressive skill set. Adams was one of the top left tackles in the Pac-12 in 2016. The Huskies fielded a potent passing offense, and Adams did a nice job of keeping his quarterback, Jake Browning, protected. Adams was excellent against Alabama in the playoff game.

    In pass protection, Adams shows serious athletic ability for a big-bodied offensive tackle. He is quick, agile, and very athletic at playing in space. Adams uses his quick feet and length to neutralize speed rushes, and has an impressive ability to get depth in his drop. He does a superb job of keeping his feet moving and is able to play the typewriter while gliding with edge rushers.

    As a run blocker, Adams can create a push at the point of attack. He is a true bull who overwhelms defenders at the point of attack, and he is able to knock defenders back to open holes in their gaps. Adams' speed and athletic ability can be seen as he is quick to hit blocks on the perimeter and the second level.






  2. Greg Little*, OT, Ole Miss
    Height: 6-6. Weight: 325.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.10.
    Projected Round (2019): 1-2.

    10/13/18: Little has played well overall, but there have been some times when he has underwhelmed. Little doesn't play up to his potential consistently. Against Alabama, Little was getting bull rushed into the pocket and was giving up some pressures to the inside.

    As a player, Little should return to Ole Miss to get stronger before going pro. However in a weak tackle class, it could be a good time for him to come out, as he could be the first tackle to come off the board given how many NFL teams are desperate for tackle help.

    8/28/18: Little showed a ton of potential as a freshman starter. He was up and down as a sophomore in 2017, but has plenty of upside. The 6-foot-6, 325-pounder has improved as he gains experience and could become elite as a junior. Little could end up being a good left tackle prospect. He has size, length and mobility.

    "I'm holding my breath on Little. He could soar or topple but, no question, he has the talent," said one NFC scout. "He's not Laremy Tunsil as a player even though Little is two inches taller and 20 pounds bigger with great length. Little is a typical five-star kid who needs to develop the tenacity that Tunsil had. Little would be a top-five pick if he showed that."



  3. Jonah Williams*, OT, Alabama
    Height: 6-4. Weight: 297.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.10.
    Projected Round (2019): 1-3.

    10/13/18: Williams has played well for Alabama but has not faced a good edge rusher yet. He is a smart blocker who is steady and reliable. Team sources say they are projecting Williams to right tackle or guard and think he would only be an emergency left tackle who could finish out a game because he's smart, but teams wouldn't want him to start at left tackle.

    8/28/18: According to NFL teams' preseason data provided by team sources, Williams checks in at 6-foot-4, 297 pounds and is said to run a fast 40 at 5.10 seconds. Measurement data has him with 33.63-inch arms, 9.13-inch hands, and an 81.25-inch wing span.

    Williams was a freshman starter at right tackle for Alabama in 2016 and did a nice job of opening holes in the ground game. He took over as the starting left tackle with Cam Robinson moving on to the NFL, and Williams played well on the blind side in 2017. He is an intelligent blocker who has the versatility to be effective in the run game and in pass protection. He has size, flexibility and mobility.

    One AFC scout for National said he had Williams graded on the second day of the 2019 NFL Draft entering the 2018 season. They thought he may have to play at right tackle or guard in the NFL, but they said that Williams is very smart and reliable. With a good year, he could be a late first-round candidate given the need at the position across the league.


  4. Andre Dillard, OT, Washington State
    Height: 6-5. Weight: 306.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.10.
    Projected Round (2019): 2-4.

    10/13/18: Dillard helped keep Wyoming edge rusher Carl Granderson from notching a sack in their Week 1 matchup. Since then, Dillard has played well for the Cougars.

    On the edge, Dillard is a good athlete with quick feet to get depth in his drop. He is adept at heading off speed rushers and keeping them from getting turned to the quarterback. Dillard plays with good leverage, as he is a knee bender and does not bend at the waist. There have been a few plays on which Dillard has allowed rushers to get speed upfield, but he has demonstrated nice recoverability to push the rushers deep and around the pocket to protect his tackle.

    In the ground game, Dillard is neither a bull who will knock defensive linemen off the ball, nor a force at the point of attack who will push a defensive end out of his gap. However, he is quick to engage defenders and shows some ability to latch onto them to sustain his block with some manipulation of them. For the NFL, Dillard should get stronger to become a more balanced blocker.

    With Dillard's quickness and athleticism, he could be a starting left tackle at the next level. He probably won't ever be a forceful run blocker, but the NFL is a passing-driven league, so he does not have to be a bull in the ground game to serve as a valuable starter.

    8/28/18: According to NFL teams' preseason data provided by team sources, Dillard checks in at 6-foot-5, 306 pounds. He is said to run a fast 40 at 5.10 seconds. His arms measure at 34 inches, his hands at 9.5 inches, and his wing span at 81.25 inches.

    Dillard is a player who created some positive buzz in the scouting community during the 2017 season. Sources say Dillard has some quickness and athletic ability to go with NFL size. He is fast to get out of his stance, plus has the ability to hit blocks on the second level. His quick feet and agility have impressed team sources for an NFL-sized blocker. Some team sources feel Dillard has left tackle potential for the NFL and felt better about him more than other highly touted tackle prospects like Washington's Trey Adams and Texas' Connor Williams. With his quality play protecting the blind side of Luke Falk, Dillard has turned himself into a player to watch for the 2019 NFL Draft.




  5. David Edwards*, OT, Wisconsin
    Height: 6-7. Weight: 315.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.44.
    Projected Round (2019): 2-3.

    10/13/18: Edwards is a quality run blocker who has strength and can manipulate defenders in the ground game. He does not have the feet, quickness or athleticism to be a left tackle in the NFL. Against BYU, Edwards really struggled against Corbin Kaufusi, getting bull rushed into the quarterback, knocked on his butt, and giving up some critical pressures late in BYU's road upset. Edwards is a right tackle for the NFL. He should return to school to improve before going pro.

    8/28/18: Edwards had a quality 2017 season as the right tackle for the Badgers. He is a tough run blocker who is strong at the point of attack. For the NFL, Edwards needs to improve his pass protection and his ability to take on speed rushers.


  6. Yodny Cajuste, OT, West Virginia
    Height: 6-4. Weight: 316.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.20.
    Projected Round (2019): 2-4.

    10/13/18: Cajuste has played well in 2018, including a solid performance versus Tennessee. He is a solid athlete on the edge who is reliable in pass protection. For the NFL, Cajuste might better off moving inside to guard.

    8/28/18: According to NFL teams' preseason data provided by team sources, Cajuste checks in at 6-foot-4, 316 pounds. He is said to run a fast 40 at 5.20 seconds. Other data has him with 33.5-inch arms, 10.13-inch hands, and an 81.63-inch wing span.

    In speaking with sources, Cajuste has a preseason projection from NFL teams of being a prospect for the first four rounds in the 2019 NFL Draft. Cajuste had an ACL tear in 2016, but he came back to have a strong junior year. He had a good 2017 season as the blind-side protector for Will Grier. The Miami native Cajuste has good athleticism with a pro build.


  7. Jawaan Taylor*, OT, Florida
    Height: 6-5. Weight: 340.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.35.
    Projected Round (2019): 2-4.

    10/13/18: Outside of a few plays on which he struggled against Kentucky, Taylor has been a quality blocker for the Gators this year. He is steady in pass protection and is a tough run blocker. Taylor might be wise to return for his senior year and switch to left tackle to replace Martez Ivey. If Taylor handles left tackle well in 2019, he could put himself in early-round contention for the 2020 NFL Draft.

    8/28/18: Taylor played right tackle for the Gators last year and has impressed some team evaluators. "Taylor at Florida is very talented with size, movement skills, and strength," said one scout. "His stock could boom with a strong season. He needs to be more consistent though." In the final two games of the 2017 season, Taylor started at left tackle for Florida. If he can't play on the blind side, he could be a guard or right tackle in the NFL.






  8. Kaleb McGary, OT, Washington
    Height: 6-6. Weight: 325.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.20.
    Projected Round (2019): 2-4.

    10/13/18: McGary's run blocking is ahead of his pass protection, but he has been solid for the Huskies.

    8/28/18: According to NFL teams' preseason data provided by team sources, McGary checks in at 6-foot-6, 325-pounds. He is said to run the 40 at 5.20 seconds. Measurement data has him with 33.13-inch arms, 10.38-inch hands, and an 80.38-inch wing span.

    Since Trey Adams is back, Washington could have one of the top tackle tandems in the country with McGary on the right side. In 2017, McGary was one of the top right tackles in the nation, opening a lot of holes in the ground game while also providing steady pass protection for Jake Browning. McGary looks like a starting right tackle candidate for the NFL. Team sources say that his preseason projection from their advance scouts have him going in the first four rounds of the 2019 NFL Draft.


  9. Isaiah Prince, OT, Ohio State
    Height: 6-6. Weight: 306.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.13.
    Projected Round (2019): 3-4.

    10/13/18: Prince has blocked well for Ohio State, but he has yet to be tested by many good edge rushers. Prince has looked somewhat improved with more consistency than last year.

    8/28/18: According to NFL teams' preseason data provided by team sources, Prince checks in at 6-foot-6, 306 pounds. He is said to run the 40 in 5.13 seconds. His arms measure at 35.75 inches, his hands at 9.25 inches, and his wing span at 85 inches. Prince's length, size and quickness would suggest that he could be an edge blocker in the NFL.

    With Jamarco Jones at left tackle, Prince was the Ohio State right tackle in 2017. Prince is projected to remain at right tackle despite Jones' departure for the NFL. Prince has a next-level skill set with size and athleticism. He is a big, raw blocker who needs development. He stands up too high and lunges after too many blockers rather than using his feet to cut off edge rushes. Along with getting stronger, Prince could stand to become more aggressive and be less of a finesse blocker. Team sources said this about Prince: "He's big and raw but has some athletic ability. He's inconsistent and plays with poor pad level that negates his power in the run game and ability to anchor against bull rushes. He has more upside than Jamarco Jones, but was not consistent."


  10. Dalton Risner, OT/C, Kansas State
    Height: 6-5. Weight: 300.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.10.
    Projected Round (2019): 3-4.

    10/13/18: Risner is playing right tackle for Kansas State, but he could be a better fit at center in the NFL because he has problems with speed rushers off the edge. That was given proof against Mississippi State as Montez Sweat gave Risner a lot of problems.

    8/28/18: According to NFL teams' preseason data provided by team sources, Risner checks in at 6-foot-4, 297 pounds. He is said to run the 40 in a quick 5.30 seconds. Measurement data has him with 33.75-inch arms, 10.5-inch hands, and an 81.75-inch wing span.

    Risner started out his collegiate career well at the center position. After performing well on the inside of the line, the Kansas State coaches moved Risner to right tackle, and he performed well on the edge. Risner has been a reliable blocker for the Wildcats. For the NFL, moving back to center could be his best fit.




  11. Liam Eichenberg*, OT, Notre Dame
    Height: 6-6. Weight: 308.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.29.
    Projected Round (2019): 3-4.

    10/13/18: Eichenberg was dominated by Michigan edge rusher Chase Winovich in the season opener. Eichenberg has some physical talent, but he needs to improve his ability to handle speed rushers for the NFL. He should improve at Notre Dame before going to the NFL.

    8/28/18: Eichenberg is slated to be the replacement at left tackle for Mike McGlinchey. The Fighting Irish have a lot of offensive line talent, so it speaks well for Eichenberg's talent that he was able to win the most important spot on the line. Initially during the spring of 2018, Eichenberg was going to be competing at right tackle for Notre Dame, but he outperformed teammate Robert Hainsey, among others, to take the left tackle spot. Eichenberg has a lot of ability, and it will be interesting to see how he develops with consistent playing time.


  12. Max Scharping, OT/G, Northern Illinois
    Height: 6-6. Weight: 315.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.25.
    Projected Round (2019): 3-4.

    10/13/18: Northern Illinois has lost to some good opponents so far this season, but Scharping is playing well.

    8/28/18: According to NFL teams' preseason data provided by team sources, Scharping checks in at 6-foot-6, 315 pounds. He is said to run the 40 in 5.25 seconds. His arms measure at 33.5 inches, his hands at 9.88 inches, and his wing span at 80 inches.

    The Huskies right tackle has good size to him and has been a steady blocker for them. NFL sources say they are projecting Scharping to move inside to guard at the next level, but entering his senior year, he is being projected to go in the first four rounds of the 2019 NFL Draft.


  13. Calvin Anderson, OT, Texas
    Height: 6-5. Weight: 300.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.10.
    Projected Round (2019): 3-5.

    10/13/18: Sources say they have not been impressed with Anderson this season.

    8/28/18: According to NFL teams' preseason data provided by team sources, Anderson checks in at 6-foot-5, 300 pounds. He is said to run the 40 at 5.10 seconds.

    Anderson is a graduate transfer to Texas from Rice and is a plug-and-play starter for the Longhorns. Team sources have Anderson with a preseason projection of being a prospect for the first four rounds of the 2019 NFL Draft. He has good athleticism and is steady pass protector at tackle. Anderson could use more strength for run blocking in the NFL.




  14. Mitch Hyatt, OT, Clemson
    Height: 6-5. Weight: 306.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.10.
    Projected Round (2019): 3-5.

    10/13/18: Hyatt has been solid for Clemson, but he still needs to get stronger for the NFL.

    8/28/18: According to NFL teams' preseason data provided by team sources, Hyatt checks in at 6-foot-5, 306 pounds. He is said to run the 40 in 5.10 seconds. His measurements include 34.25-inch arms, 10.5-inch hands, and a 82-inch wing span.

    Hyatt had a disappointing season in 2017, getting pushed around regularly. Even undersized defensive ends had success winning with power against Hyatt. He clearly needs to get stronger for the NFL. Hyatt also has had problems with speed rushers, including the edge rushers from Miami in the ACC Championship. Prior to him announcing his return to Clemson, some team sources said they had graded Hyatt as a fourth-rounder for the 2018 NFL Draft and might drop his grade to Round 5. That being said, they noted the huge demand for tackles could cause a team to reach on Hyatt higher than where he belonged. Returning for his senior year to get stronger was a wise decision to help his draft grade.

    Hyatt played well in 2016 and did his job to keep Deshaun Watson healthy. Hyatt had an impressive freshman season as the blind-side protector for Watson in 2015 as well. Not only did he help protect Watson, Hyatt did a nice job of opening holes for Wayne Gallman. Hyatt might be better suited to move inside and play guard as a pro.


  15. Bobby Evans, OT, Oklahoma
    Height: 6-5. Weight: 299.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.30.
    Projected Round (2019): 4-6.

    10/13/18: Evans is an okay college blocker, but when I spoke to team sources, they weren't high on Evans for the NFL. They saw him as more of a third-day pick even though he has gotten some projections of going in the top half of the 2019 NFL Draft. While he plays left tackle for Oklahoma, sources say that Evans moves like a right tackle and does not have left tackle athleticism. He also is not powerful, and that makes him a poor fit at right tackle in the NFL for running the ball. Evans will probably have to move inside to guard as a pro, but he is going to need developmental time to get stronger. Evans looks like a pick for Day 3 during the 2019 NFL Draft.

    8/28/18: According to NFL teams' preseason data provided by team sources, Evans checks in at 6-foot-5, 299 pounds. He is said to run a fast 40 at 5.30 seconds.

    Evans started at right tackle for two seasons and formed a steady tandem with Orlando Brown on the right side. Evans opened a lot of holes in the ground game while also being a reliable protector for Baker Mayfield. Evans is projected to move to the left side for 2018, and the senior has the athleticism and quickness to play left tackle. Team sources say that Evans has a projection of being a candidate to go in the first four rounds of the 2019 NFL Draft entering the 2018 season.


  16. Alex Bars, OT/G, Notre Dame
    Height: 6-6. Weight: 312.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.29.
    Projected Round (2019): 4-6.

    10/13/18: Bars went out for the season with an ACL/MCL injury.

    8/28/18: According to NFL teams' preseason data provided by team sources, Barr checks in at 6-foot-5, 318 pounds. He is said to run the 40 in 5.30 seconds. Other data puts his arms at 32.63 inches, his hands at 9.13 inches, and his wing span at 79.63 inches. Bars' short arms would suggest that he is a better fit for guard in the NFL.

    Bars has experience starting at right tackle for the Fighting Irish, but he is a better fit on the inside at guard in the NFL. It will be interesting to see in 2018 if Bars is taking over at left guard as the replacement for Quenton Nelson. Bars played well as the starting right guard for Notre Dame in 2017, opening a lot of holes for the team's potent rushing offense. Bars has some size and strength at the point of attack.


  17. Ului Lapuaho, OT, BYU
    Height: 6-6. Weight: 355.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.30.
    Projected Round (2019): 4-6.

    10/13/18: Lapuaho has been mostly a backup and rotational player owing to his slow recovery from knee surgeries in 2016 and 2017. He feels that he is almost back to being the impressive player who was a force at the point of attack for BYU in 2015 and 2016.

    8/28/18: According to NFL teams' preseason data provided by team sources, Lapuaho checks in at 6-foot-6, 355 pounds. He is said to run the 40 in 5.10 seconds. His other measurements include 35.38-inch arms, 10.38-inch hands, and an 82.63-inch wing span.

    Lapuaho is a right tackle prospect who is a real fighter at the point of attack. He has starting right-tackle potential in the NFL. Teams are projecting him to be a candidate to go in the first four rounds of the 2019 NFL Draft entering the 2018 season.


  18. Robert Hainsey*, OT, Notre Dame
    Height: 6-4. Weight: 291.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.29.
    Projected Round (2019): 4-6.

    10/13/18: Hainesy really struggled with Michigan and Rashan Gary in the season opener. Hainsey has played better since then, but he should return for his senior year rather than enter the 2019 NFL Draft.

    8/28/18: Hainsey split the right tackle job with Tommy Kraemer in 2017, but Hainsey will be the full-time right tackle in 2018 with Kraemer playing next to him at right guard. The Fighting Irish gave Hainsey a shot at left tackle in the spring of 2018 but moved him back to the right side after he was beaten out for that job. Hainsey needs to get stronger and add weight to his frame.


  19. Scott Frantz*, OT, Kansas State
    Height: 6-5. Weight: 297.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.00.
    Projected Round (2019): 5-7.

    10/13/18: Frantz really struggled with Mississippi State edge rusher Montez Sweat. Frantz looked like a player who should return to school to improve before going pro.

    8/28/18: After redshirting for a season, Frantz took the starting left tackle position as a freshman for Kansas State. He has been a steady blocker on the blind side for the Wildcats over the past two seasons. Frantz possesses quality technique and is an intelligent blocker. Given his size, he may have to move inside to guard or center in the NFL.


  20. Drew Richmond*, OT, Tennessee
    Height: 6-5. Weight: 309.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.22.
    Projected Round (2019): 5-7.

    10/13/18: Richmond is a backup quality late-round developmental player for the NFL.

    8/28/18: Richmond has some physical talent, but he really needs to make big improvements with his technique. There are some good players on Tennessee's offensive line, so Richmond could benefit from help around him. If he improves his technique, he could rise.


  21. Zack Bailey, OT/G, South Carolina
    Height: 6-6. Weight: 309.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.40.
    Projected Round (2019): 5-7.

    10/13/18: Bailey and South Carolina struggled with Georgia at the point of attack.

    8/28/18: Bailey played guard previously, but was moved to right tackle for 2017 and turned in a quality season for the Gamecocks. He missed multiple games with an ankle injury, but he was a tough run blocker for South Carolina. As a senior, Bailey needs to improve his pass protection. He is a versatile blocker with 15 starts at left guard and three at center. He could start out his NFL career as a swing backup.


  22. Sean Rawlings, OT/C, Ole Miss
    Height: 6-5. Weight: 294.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.20.
    Projected Round (2019): 5-7.

    10/13/18: Rawlings started the season well against Texas Tech, although he has been banged up. The senior has been starting at center this year, and that is probably his best fit for the NFL.

    8/28/18: Rawlings has mostly played right tackle during his career at Ole Miss with some time at center. For the NFL, he is going to need to get stronger and add weight to his frame. Rawlings could be a candidate to be a backup tackle, guard or center as a late-round pick.




  23. Calvin Throckmorton*, OT/G, Oregon
    Height: 6-6. Weight: 290.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.12.
    Projected Round (2019): 5-7.

    10/13/18: Throckmorton is a good college blocker who has been a mainstay on the field for the Ducks with an active streak of over 30 straight starts. He needs to improve his pass protection against speed rushers for the NFL.

    8/28/18: Throckmorton started at right tackle and guard for Oregon during the 2017 season. As a redshirt freshman in 2016, he started at right tackle for the Ducks. Throckmorton has some athleticism but needs to gain weight and fill out his frame for the NFL.


  24. Prince Tega Wanogho*, OT, Auburn
    Height: 6-7. Weight: 301.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.00.
    Projected Round (2019): 5-7.

    10/13/18: Wanogho has earned more playing time and is a prospect to watch. He has the potential to rise.

    8/28/18: Wanogho had a rough start to the year against Clemson and was eventually removed from the starting left tackle job. He is projected to be the left tackle in 2018, and scouts have told me that Wanogho has an excellent skill set. He is very raw and needs to be coached up. If Wanogho develops, he could easily rise high in these rankings and more importantly on teams' draft boards.


  25. A.T. Hall, OT, Stanford
    Height: 6-5. Weight: 306.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.20.
    Projected Round (2019): 6-FA.

    10/13/18: Hall struggled in pass protection against USC while seeing a future NFL competitor in Porter Gustin. Hall then followed it up by having a rough performance against Notre Dame during which he allowed steady pressure on the quarterback.

    8/28/18: Hall was a good run blocker for Bryce Love during the 2017 season. Hall needs to improve his pass protection in his final season with the Cardinal. He is projected to start at right tackle in his final season, but he could easily move inside to guard for the NFL.




  26. Martez Ivey, OT/G, Florida
    Height: 6-5. Weight: 309.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.15.
    Projected Round (2019): 6-FA.

    10/13/18: Ivey is playing left tackle for the Gators, but for the NFL, he should play guard. Ivey was dominated by Kentucky's Josh Allen in Week 2, including Allen beating Ivey for a strip-sack that clinched the road win for the Wildcats. Mississippi State's Montez Sweat also dominated Ivey. Multiple team sources say they feel that Ivey belongs as an undrafted free agent and has received starting spots and playing time based on being a highly rated recruit out of high school rather than actually being a good player.

    8/28/18: According to NFL teams' preseason data provided by team sources, Ivey checks in at 6-foot-5, 309 pounds. He is said to run the 40 in 5.10 seconds. His arms measure at 36 inches, his hands at 10.13 inches, and his wing span at 86.63 inches.

    During the fall of 2017, sources were really down on Ivey after going through Gainesville. Many thought that Ivey would have to move back to guard, the position that he played as a sophomore and freshman. They didn't think that Ivey could play tackle in the NFL, with one source saying that Ivey's feet are terrible to be an edge protector. They were grading Ivey as a late-round pick and felt that was generous. However, the advance scouts of other teams liked Ivey enough to include him on their preseason watch list of players who have first- through fourth-round potential for the 2019 NFL Draft. Hence, Ivey is another player who proves beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

    Ivey was a five-star recruit coming out of high school. He had shoulder surgery after the 2015 season. A lack of strength and poor feet have limited what Ivey has been able to get out his skill set.


  27. Brock Ruble, OT, Toledo
    Height: 6-8. Weight: 319.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.40.
    Projected Round (2019): 7-FA.

    10/13/18: Ruble had a decent game against Miami in Week 2 and looks improved over where he was with the Seminoles last year.

    8/28/18: Ruble left the Florida State program after the 2017 season. He was decent in the 2017 season opener against Alabama, but allowed more pressure than one would like to see. Ruble really struggled N.C. State's Bradley Chubb in a loss to the Wolfpack. The Florida State offensive line struggled all year, and Ruble was a part of the pass-protection problems as the Seminoles shuffled the line and playing time among their players. In prior seasons, Ruble was a solid run blocker, but he needs a lot of work to improve in pass protection.


  28. Landon Young*, OT, Kentucky
    Height: 6-7. Weight: 305.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.25.
    Projected Round (2019): 7-FA.

    10/13/18: Young was Kentucky's starting left tackle, but in the final practice of the preseason, he went down with a season-ending knee injury. Young should return to Kentucky for next year.

    8/28/18: Young flashed some potential during his sophomore year, when he held his own while starting six games at left tackle. It will be interesting to see if Young can develop as a junior and senior.


2018 NFL Draft Position Rankings:
QB | RB | FB | WR | TE | OT | G | C | DE | DT | NT | 3-4 OLB | 3-4 DE | OLB | ILB | CB | S | K | P

2019 NFL Draft Position Rankings:
QB | RB | FB | WR | TE | OT | G | C | DE | DT | NT | 3-4 OLB | 3-4 DE | OLB | ILB | CB | S | K | P

2020 NFL Draft Position Rankings:
QB | RB | FB | WR | TE | OT | G | C | DE | DT | NT | 3-4 OLB | 3-4 DE | OLB | ILB | CB | S | K | P




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