Updated 3/6


1) Jake Matthews, TAMU

I don't get why he isn't the consensus top guy. He is one of the best pass blockers to come out in a long time, and is more than capable at pushing the piles to support the rush. He has excelled both at RT and on the left side, and is very consistent. Don't forget that he also has a hall of fame pedigree.

2) Taylor Lewan, Michigan

Lewan has a mean streak that sometimes is too mean, but he could be very good in the league. He does a little bit of everything, and excelled in pass protection for a team that never really had a confident passer. He does get beat sometimes against great defenders though.

3) Greg Robinson, Auburn

I don't love Robinson as much as everyone else does. He is an elite run blocker, but I don't see the consistent tools to be an instant blindside blocker instantly in the league. He would be an amazing prospect 10-15 years ago when it was still a rushing league, but an elite run blocking right tackle with left tackle potential should not be a possible top-2 pick.

4) Zach Martin, Notre Dame

I think that he will find his way into an elite spot on the interior when it is all said and done, but I do like Martin a lot. He is a great pass blocker, and he is able to dominate defenses at times.

5) Antonio Richardson, Tennessee

Richardson will likely fall outside of the top-40 of this draft, but he is the kind of guy that I love. He does a little bit of everything, and was able to put together a good season on a terrible team. He is the third or fourth rounder that becomes a top-15 tackle in the league over the course of a couple of years. 

6) Morgan Moses, Virginia

Moses tore it up with a great Senior Bowl week, and it could put him into top-40 contention. He has shown flashes of excellence before, but he has also had some bad outings against par defenses.

7) Cyrus Kouandjio, Alabama

Cyrus has the most potential of any of these guys, and I think he is better than most of the talking heads believe he is, but he just isn't the prospect that he could have been.


1) Gabe Jackson, Mississippi St.

This is kind of a default pick because Jackson is one of a few pure guards worth loving early in the draft.

2) Xavier Su'a-Filo, UCLA

Su'a-Filo is likely the first guard off the board, but I like Jackson just a little bit more.

3) David Yankey, Stanford

Yankey is a big dude that could sneak his way into the 1st round.

4) La'el Collins, LSU

Collins can play just about anywhere on the line, but I think he will find his best spot at guard.


1) Travis Swanson, Arkansas

Swanson might be able to crack the top-40, but it would be more of a desperation move instead of a quality one.

2) Marcus Martin, USC

Martin could end up going in the early 2nd round, but he'might have to wait until the 3rd round.