A starter at left tackle for Oklahoma State since his true man season, Okung has the size (6-5, 307 lbs.), strength, and balance to be a great NFL player. Okung will likely be a top-10 draft pick, and should be a rock on the blind side for whatever team selects him.
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Coming out of Iowa, Bulaga has a good understanding of the game and of how to play left tackle, from mechanics to blocking schemes. His experience in the Big Ten means he's battle-tested, and he certainly has the size to play NFL O-line (314 lbs.) on a weekly basis.
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Campbell starred at the NFL Combine, exhibiting athleticism rarely seen in offensive linemen. The former Terp is a fierce competitor and has extremely quick feet. His weaknesses are his lack of football instincts and his durability.
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At 6-foot-5, 331 pounds, Iupati is, literally, a big prospect. Considered one of the more powerful guards in the draft class, Iupati dominates defenders with his strength and size. But the Idaho product lacks speed and needs to improve his downfield blocking.
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Davis is big, athletic, and has quick feet and long arms, making him an ideal specimen for NFL left tackle. Davis is better in pass protection than run-blocking, and has been praised for having great hands as a blocker. Yet Davis struggled with his weight in the college ranks, fueling concern over his self-discipline.
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While some NFL experts project Williams to be a right-side offensive lineman in the pros, an impressive showing at the combine boosted Williams' stock, and some scouts now say he can stick on the blindside at the next level, where he played at OU. Williams is a dominating run blocker.
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The big Gator has the size and quick feet for a solid pro career on the interior offensive line. He can play multiple positions and is praised for his awareness and smarts, so expect to see him on the field in 2010 for whatever team drafts him.
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A converted right end, Brown fit in right away along USC's line. His experience in a pro scheme gives him a leg up on other rookies, but he still needs to bulk up to compete at the next level.
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Tennant has an NFL frame, but hasn't quite grown into it yet. When he does, the veteran starter at center for BC will step in and use his great instincts, hands and quick feet to bounce defensive lineman.
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Petrus bounced around on offense, playing some tight end and some fullback at Arkansas, but settled on the offensive line, where he showed enough raw potential to draw the eye of NFL scouts.
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