The offensive tackle position is one of the most important positions on the football field and this year's draft class has three high-caliber players at the spot. Oklahoma State's Russell Okung, Oklahoma's Trent Williams and Rutgers' Anthony Davis should all come off the board in the top half of the first round and any team in the market for an offensive tackle will be elated to land any of them. Okung leads the pack because he is a better pass-blocker than Williams and a better run-blocker and more consistent than Davis. He works to the whistle, has tremendous balance and good leadership skills.
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