Top 10 offensive line prospects
The top 10 tackles, guards and centers for the 2014 draft
For one, it's more helpful to see the juniors, seniors and occasional draft-eligible sophomores all together, just as you see them in the NFL draft. Second, trying to watch enough football and talk to enough evaluators to readjust the rankings every week just got ridiculous.
So here goes with the first version for the 2013 season. The Big Board, of course, will still be updated each week. Below, you have the offensive lineman at each position.
Note that one asterisk denotes a junior; two asterisks denote a draft-eligible sophomore.
Rich bloodlines (son of Bruce Matthews) and a ton of experience. He shifts to the left side this season after recent No. 2 overall pick Luke Joeckel held that role in 2012.
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