2018 NFL Draft Prospects – Offensive Tackle

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2018 NFL Draft Prospects by Position:


Quarterback | Running Back | Wide Receiver | Tight End | Offensive Tackle | Offensive Guard | Center


Defensive Tackle | 3-4 Nose Tackle | Defensive End | Outside Linebacker | Inside Linebacker | Cornerback | Safety

Extra: Sleepers


2018 NFL Draft Offensive Tackle Ranking

2018 NFL Mock Draft1. Mike McGlinchey, Notre Dame

Height: 6-7⅝ Weight: 310 lbs

Moved to left tackle this year, but has looked far more natural as a right tackle.  Huge frame, excellent as a run blocker and can hold the edge, but has some trouble against speed… Full Profile


Connor Williams - 2018 NFL Draft2. Connor Williams, Texas

Height: 6-6 Weight: 290 lbs

Long, and still adding bulk to his frame, Williams has been an anchor of the offensive line since he was a freshmen… Full Profile


Kolton Miller - 2018 NFL Draft3. Kolton Miller, UCLA

Height: 6-9 Weight: 295 lbs

A huge offensive tackle prospect that has the length and kickstep that NFL teams love for left tackle prospects… Full Profile


Martinas Rankin - 2018 NFL Draft4. Martinas Rankin, Mississippi State

Height: 6-5 Weight: 307 lbs

A JuCo transfer, Martinas is just starting to get his name mentioned as a possible early round pick in the 2018 NFL Draft… Full Profile


Tyrell Crosby - 2018 NFL Draft5. Tyrell Crosby, Oregon

Height: 6-5 Weight: 310 lbs

Excels in run blocking, but has steadily improved upon his pass protection at such a rate that NFL teams could still see him as a right tackle instead of moving him inside… which might have been the thought at the start of this year… Full Profile


Desmond Harrison - 2018 NFL Draft6. Desmond Harrison, OT, West Georgia

Height: 6-8 Weight: 308 lbs

Desmond Harrison is a potential sleeper pick in the 2018 NFL Draft that has had his college career mired in eligibility issues, discipline problems, sitting out, transfers and perhaps, finally some stability…Full Profile


Geron Christian NFL 7. Geron Christian, OT, Louisville

Height: 6-6 Weight: 318 lbs

Has excellent height and build to play left tackle, but is still developing his technique. Coming from a basketball background, he displays a lot of athletic ability, with good footwork and hand placement…Full Profile


Brian O'Neill NFL8. Brian O’Neill, Pittsburgh

Height: 6-6 Weight: 305 lbs

A converted tight end that has just one year under his belt at left tackle. Extremely athletic tackle, with very good length, and is continuing to pack on good weight to his massive frame…Full Profile


Orlando Brown - 2017 NFL Draft9. Orlando Brown, Oklahoma

Height: 6-8 Weight: 360 lbs

A massive left tackle, who’s father also played in the NFL, Brown has started 26 games over the last two seasons… Full Profile


Chukwuma Okorafor - 2018 NFL Mock Draft10. Chukwuma Okorafor, Western Michigan

Height: 6-5 Weight: 330 lbs

Exceptional size, length, and athleticism. Has good footwork and already has very good skillset for pass protection… Full Profile




Example Draft Considerations:

  • “Length” is key component of left tackles. Height, arm length, hand size all super important.
  • Footwork is very important, important for left tackles to handle speed.
  • Hand placement is needed for locking onto defenders, especially against power.
  • “Good overall technique” common trait for well coached, experienced tackles.
  • Left tackle prospects need to have a lot of starts at left tackle and against top competition to generally be considered elite.
  • Good “bend” and able to use “leverage”?
  • How did they fared against top DE prospects also in the draft?
  • Right Tackles may lack length, but need to be known as good run blockers.
  • “Road Grader” is exceptional run blocker.
  • “Ability to get to next level”… in run game or short passing game, able to beat a blocker, and move deeper into defense to block linebackers or other defenders.
  • “Versatility” – able to play guard as well.
  • Many tackles in college are best suited to move inside, but could be great guards in the NFL.
  • Able to defend “speed” and “power”.
  • Number of sacks allowed.



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