- Tyler Biadasz, Wisconsin
- Lloyd Cushenberry III, LSU
- Cesar Ruiz, Michigan
- Darryl Williams, Mississippi State
- Matt Hennessy, Temple
- Nick Harris, Washington
- Keith Ismael, San Diego State
- Trystan Colon-Castillo, Missouri
- Frederick Mauigoa, Washington State
- Jake Hansen, Oregon
- T.J. McCoy, Louisville
- Luke Juriga, Western Michigan
- Zach Shackelford, Texas
- Cohl Cabral, Arizona State
2020 NFL Draft Center Rankings
- Can they and have they played guard?
- They are taller and bigger now because of the shotgun. Worth mentioning because the smaller centers in the draft will have issues with defensive tackles and will need help from a guard to block. Big, long armed centers don’t need help to double team defenders.
- Smaller centers are perhaps best suited for zone blocking NFL teams.
- Experience is very important.
- Did they call blocking assignments? Rare in college, but does happen and is a plus.
- Any experience snapping besides in the shotgun?
Tyler Biadasz, Wisconsin, Cesar Ruiz, Michigan, and Cohl Cabral, Arizona State.
Ability to call blocking plays, versatility, hand usage and footwork.
In April of 2020 at Paradise, Nevada.