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OL 2019


Michael Watkins @merk256

4/19/19


OT


1.Jonah Williams, Alabama (1)

2.Andre Dillard, Washington State (1)

3.Jawaan Taylor, Florida (1)

4.Dalton Risner, Kansas St (1)

5.Tyrus Howard, Alabama State (2)

6.Kaleb McGary, Washington (2)

7.Cody Ford, Oklahoma (2)

8.Yodny Cajuste, West Virginia (2)

9.Paul Adams, Missouri (2)

10.David Edwards, Wisconsin (3)


Thoughts

-I would say it’s an above avg class. It has some first rounders and some decent depth. I don’t think there is a plug and play top 5 blue chip franchise LT from day 1 in the group but there doesn’t need to be.


-Some have moved away from J.Williams as the top OT on the board but I have not. I still think he is the top dog and I think he can play LT in the NFL. He does have the added bonus in that he can also likely play 4 out of the 5 OL positions at an above average level at minimum. That said I only have him slightly above Andre Dillard who if he develops the rest of his game could be the best OT from this class 5 years down the road


IOL


1.Garrett Bradbury, NC State (1)

2.Erik McCoy, Texas A&M (1)

3.Michael Deiter, Wisconsin (2)

4.Chris Lindstrom, Boston College (2)

5.Dru Samia, Oklahoma (2)

6.Connor McGovern, Penn State (2)

7.Beau Benzschawel, Wisconsin (2)

8.Michael Jordan, Ohio State(2)

9.Nate Davis, Charlotte (3)

10.Ben Powers, Oklahoma (3)


Thoughts

-Good overall class, especially if you are looking to spend a first round pick on a da1 starter at Center. You have two in this draft that should be able to come in and start from the get go and be there for the next decade.


-The OG group is above average and the wheel house for them like most years will be mid day 2 to early day 3