1) Ryan Ramcyzk, OT, Wisconsin
Height: 6-6 Weight: 310 Arm: 33.25
I am moving Ramcyzk to the number one spot here over Cam Robinson. Ramcyzk has the size, speed, and agility to play early on at Left Tackle. At this moment he may not be as ready as Robinson, but I believe very quickly he will overtake Robinson. His technique surpasses any tackle I have seen in this draft. He will be a top quality Left Tackle in any offense he plays in. He adjusts quickly to blitzes and any games that the defensive lineman may play up front. The only thing I see that he needs to work on would be getting a deeper drop in his pass sets.
2) Cam Robinson, OT, Alabama
Height: 6-6 Weight: 322 Arm: 35.5
Robinson struggles with his balance at times in his blocking, especially in his pass sets. While he did well most of the time against the SEC pass rush, the NFL is a different animal altogether and he could get exposed early on. He is the most athletic offensive line in this draft, but he needs to improve his technique.
3) Forrest Lamp, G, Western Kentucky
Height: 6-3 Weight: 305 Arm: 31.13 Hand: 10.88
Lamp will probably be a guard or center in the NFL. He is an athletic strong man who has a fierce punch and can blow defenders off the ball. For an interior lineman, he also has a nice kick-step. I wouldn’t be surprised to see him get drafted late in the first round.
4) Ethan Pocic, C/G, LSU
Height: 6-6 Weight: 307 Arm: 32.63 Hand: 10.13
Best pure center in this draft. He is great at getting to the second level and blocking linebackers. He is a great technician at the center position and whichever team gets him may be set for the next decade.
5) Garett Bolles, OT, Utah
Height: 6-5 Weight: 297 Arm: 34
Bolles comes with a lot of baggage from his youth where he was constantly in trouble. It looks like he has turned his life around. He plays angry, which to me is a good thing as long as he can control it.