Offensive Tackle Rankings:
- Andrew Thomas, Georgia
- Tristan Wirfs, Iowa
- Matt Peart, Uconn
- Josh Jones, Houston
- Austin Jackson, USC
- Jedrick Wills, Alabama
- Mekhi Becton, Louisville
- Saahdiq Charles, LSU
- Lucas Niang, TCU
- Trey Adams, Washington
- Prince Tega Wanogho, Auburn
- Tommy Kraemer, Notre Dame
- Terrance Steele, Texas Tech
- Jack Driscoll, Auburn
- Yasir Durant, Missouri
- Jared Hilbers, Washington
- Tyre Phillips, Mississippi State
- Ezra Cleveland, Boise State
2020 NFL Draft Offensive Tackle Ranking
- “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.
Walker Little, Stanford, Andrew Thomas, Georgia, Tristan Wirfs, Iowa, and Lucas Niang, TCU.
Height and length, anchor, footwork, experience, hand placement and strength.
In April of 2020 at Paradise, Nevada.