OC Ross Pierschbacher, Alabama

6’4” – 307 lbs. – 5.20 Redshirted, then started fifty-seven games over the past four seasons, missing three contests in his junior season with a high-ankle sprain. Spent the first three seasons at left guard before moving to center this past year. Has solid size, having measured in at just under 6’4” with big 10”Continue reading “OC Ross Pierschbacher, Alabama”

OC Michael Jordan, Ohio St.*

6’6” – 312 lbs. – 5.27 Has been starting at Ohio State since his true freshman season, a rarity in the Buckeyes program. Began his career as a guard and only transitioned to center as a junior; declared for the draft at the end of the season. Very tall, well-built interior lineman whose arms measuredContinue reading “OC Michael Jordan, Ohio St.*”

OC Lamont Gaillard, Georgia

6’4” – 305 lbs. – N/A Played defensive tackle in high school, but converted to the offensive line when he arrived at Georgia. Appeared in two games as a redshirt freshman, then became the team’s starting right guard in 2016. Slid over to center in 2017 and spent the next two seasons starting there, givingContinue reading “OC Lamont Gaillard, Georgia”

OC Garrett Bradbury, North Carolina St.

6’3” – 306 lbs. – 4.92 Began his collegiate career as a tight end, redshirting at the position in 2014, then transitioned to guard the following year and served in a reserve capacity. Has been starting for each of the past three seasons, and concluded his collegiate career by winning the Rimington Trophy as aContinue reading “OC Garrett Bradbury, North Carolina St.”

OC Erik McCoy, Texas A&M*

6’4” – 303 lbs. – 4.89 Redshirted, then spent the past three seasons starting at center for the Aggies, two games at guard in his redshirt sophomore season notwithstanding. Team captain who decided to declare for the draft with a total of forty starts under his belt. Has pretty good size/bulk for a pro center,Continue reading “OC Erik McCoy, Texas A&M*”

OC Elgton Jenkins, Mississippi St.

6’5” – 310 lbs. – N/A Very well-built interior lineman with an excellent combination of height and bulk, to go along with big 10.25” hands and 34” arms. Redshirted, then started a combination of eight games played over his first two seasons on the active roster, five coming at left tackle, two coming at leftContinue reading “OC Elgton Jenkins, Mississippi St.”

OG Sean Welsh, Iowa

6’2” – 300 lbs. – 5.43 Profile: Redshirted, then started seven games at left guard and two at right guard the following season. Spent twelve at left guard and two at right tackle as a sophomore, then flipped to the right side. Started eleven games at right guard and one at right tackle as aContinue reading “OG Sean Welsh, Iowa”

OL Austin Corbett, Nevada

6’4” – 305 lbs. – 5.15 Profile:  Redshirted in 2013, then became the team’s starting left tackle once Joel Bitonio went to the NFL, and continued to serve as the Wolfpack’s blindside protector for the remainder of his collegiate career. Considered more of a guard or possibly center prospect because his of his marginal sizeContinue reading “OL Austin Corbett, Nevada”

OC James Daniels, Iowa

6’3” – 306 lbs. – 5.25 Profile:  Started two of fourteen games at left guard as a true freshman, then eleven and twelve at center in each of the two subsequent seasons, respectively. Declared for the draft early and is just twenty years old.  Positives:  Has a solid build for a pro lineman on theContinue reading “OC James Daniels, Iowa”

OL Will Clapp, Louisiana St.

6’5” – 314 lbs. – 5.39 Profile:  Redshirted, then started the subsequent season at right guard (one start coming on the left side). Flipped to left guard for his sophomore campaign, then played center as a junior before declaring for the draft. Positives: Big, thickly-built interior lineman with very good size; really looks the partContinue reading “OL Will Clapp, Louisiana St.”