Coming out of college, just about every team thought highly of Eddie Lacy’s talent. However, people were scared off a little bit because of his injury history. Some people might look at it as just having bad luck, but now he has suffered another concussion in as many years at the NFL level. People in […]
[divider top=”0″ style=”solid”] Brandon Scherff OT Iowa #68 Ht: 6’5″ Wt: 320 [divider top=”0″ style=”solid”] Overview: Scherff doesn’t stand out as one of the athletic freaks that generally land in the top 10, but his fundamentals and elite strength make him one of the best lineman and safest all-around prospects in this draft class.
[divider top=”0″ style=”solid”] Cedric Ogbuehi OT Texas A&M #70 Ht: 6’5″ Wt: 300 [divider top=”0″ style=”solid”] Overview: Ogbuehi (pronounced ah-BOO-hee) played guard and right tackle early in his career before finally taking over at left tackle as a senior.
[divider top=”0″ style=”solid”] Andrus Peat OT Stanford #70 Ht: 6’7″ Wt: 312 [divider top=”0″ style=”solid”] Overview: Peat is a powerful run blocking lineman with a skill set similar to Vikings right tackle Phil Loadholt. He’s a little quicker than Loadholt but definitely not in the elite class of linemen in terms of athleticism, which may knock him […]
Jeff Heuerman TE Ohio State #5 Ht: 6’5″ Wt: 252 Overview: Heuerman has the size and athleticism, but he is strictly a developmental prospect at this stage. His blocking is severely limited due to poor technique and awareness. As a receiver, his routes are sloppy and inconsistent. However, he has the physical tools to improve dramatically in […]