OT Mitch Hyatt, Clemson

6’5” – 303 lbs. – N/A Five-star recruit who has been starting since he arrived at Clemson, making him one of the most experienced players in this year’s draft class; first game at the school game as the team’s starting left tackle. Was slimmer at the Combine weigh-in than he looks on tape; height andContinue reading “OT Mitch Hyatt, Clemson”

OT Greg Little, Mississippi*

6’5” – 310 lbs. – 5.33 A five-star recruit who was the top offensive line prospect in the country, he started five games at left tackle during his freshman season, then became the team’s full-time left tackle as a sophomore, a role he reprised as a junior before declaring for the draft. Elephantine prospect withContinue reading “OT Greg Little, Mississippi*”

OT Dalton Risner, Kansas St.

6’5” – 312 lbs. – 5.30 Redshirted, then started thirteen games at center the following year. Slid over to right tackle as a sophomore, then started thirty-seven games there over the next three seasons to finish his career with fifty total starts. Will be twenty-four as a rookie. Showed up to the Combine twelve poundsContinue reading “OT Dalton Risner, Kansas St.”

OT Cody Ford, Oklahoma

6’4” – 329 lbs. – 5.21 Started three games at left guard as a redshirt freshman but sustained a broken fibula against Ohio State. Started four of twelve games played the following year, all at left guard, then slid over to right tackle and started fourteen games there as a junior before declaring for theContinue reading “OT Cody Ford, Oklahoma”

OT Chuma Edoga, Southern California

6’4” – 308 lbs. – 5.19 Five-star recruit who played in thirteen games as a freshman, then started two of nine games the following year, both starts coming at left tackle. Became the full-time starter at right tackle in his junior year and reprised that role as a senior, totaling twenty-four starts over two years.Continue reading “OT Chuma Edoga, Southern California”

OL Ryan Bates, Penn St.*

6’4” – 302 lbs. – N/A Redshirted, then started for the entire 2016 season, playing both left guard and left tackle. Was limited to eight starts the following year due to a neck injury, all of which came at left tackle, then started at twelve games at tackle as a junior (nine on the leftContinue reading “OL Ryan Bates, Penn St.*”

OG Nate Herbig, Stanford

6’4” – 335 lbs. – 5.41 Started six of thirteen games played as a freshman, all at left guard, then appeared in all thirteen games the following year. Started seven games in an injury-plagued junior year, six at right guard and one at right tackle, then decided to declare for the draft. Elephantine interior linemanContinue reading “OG Nate Herbig, Stanford”

OG Michael Deiter, Wisconsin

6’6” – 328 lbs. – N/A Started all thirteen games as a redshirt freshman, seven at left guard and six at center. Started ten games at center and four at left guard the following year, then all fourteen at left tackle as a junior and all thirteen at left guard as a junior and senior,Continue reading “OG Michael Deiter, Wisconsin”

OG Dru Samia, Oklahoma

6’5” – 305 lbs. – 5.29 Experienced four-year starter: started nine of twelve games played as a freshman and has been with the first team ever since, one game of his junior year notwithstanding. Will enter the draft with forty-eight starts under his belt. Well-built for an interior lineman, with solid height and bulk andContinue reading “OG Dru Samia, Oklahoma”

OG Connor McGovern, Penn St.*

6’5” – 308 lbs. – N/A Started nine of thirteen games as a true freshman, then all thirteen at center the following year. Slid over to right guard the following year, starting just one game at center versus twelve at right guard. Decided to forego his senior season to declare for the draft. Has aContinue reading “OG Connor McGovern, Penn St.*”