Top Offensive Line prospects 2021 NFL Draft

OFFENSIVE LINE PROSPECT RANKING 2021 NFL DRAFT

The 2021 offensive tackle class is loaded with top NFL prospects who could start immediately. Sewell is the group's best - he is a natural left tackle with the skills to hold off the best pass rushers in protection and nullify edge rushers with speed. Slater is a technician with a close to perfect game. He stops pass rushers with his quick hands and quality footwork and is mean enough to finish off his blocks.

Hudson is a natural athlete with the quickness to dominate on the blindside. He hasn't had a ton of experience as a starting offensive tackle - as he started life as a DL.

We also have a collection of thoroughbreds on the interior line, with the top four seeing their name's called early in the draft.

Vera-Tucker is a versatile player who can play all the offensive line positions, making him all the more valuable. He played mostly as an OT but could be an even better fit as a guard at the pro level. A true mauler, he is expected to operate as a plug-and-play option at right guard. A smart and athletic player with the aggression that scouts and coaches love. As the top-rated interior offensive lineman, Davis will be hoping to hear his name early on day one of the 2021 NFL draft.

Player Rankings - Offensive Line prospects

# Player Pos Coll Weight Height 40YD AVG POS RANK AVG OVR RANK Rating Summary
108

Reece
Jordan

OL
Texas State   Mascot
Texas State Mascot
275lbs 6-3 5.35 186
53.0
Strengths Finishes and doesn't quit; competitor with a positive attitude and leadership traits that coaches admire.Feisty, tough a...
105

Ryan
Neuzil

OL
Appalachian State   Mascot
Appalachian State Mascot
290lbs 6-3 5.32 194
53.0
Strengths Finishes and doesn't quit; competitor with a positive attitude and leadership traits that coaches admire.Dips shoulder a...
106

Peyton
Reeder

OL
Army   Mascot
Army Mascot
300lbs 6-6 5.32
53.0
Strengths Effective in space and usually drops his hips to get leverage and sustain against shorter defenders.Not to be bet agains...
107

Kody
Russey

OL
Louisiana Tech   Mascot
Louisiana Tech Mascot
290lbs 6-1 5.32 192
53.0
Strengths Gets everything out of his adequate size and frame with good length. Added bulk to his frame and flashes functional stre...
104

Luke
Campbell

OL
Michigan State   Mascot
Michigan State Mascot
285lbs 6-5 5.28 175
53.0
Strengths Fundamentally sound and understands blocking angles, using body positioning to his advantage. Disciplined awareness and ...
103

Nik
Urban

OL
Northwestern   Mascot
Northwestern Mascot
305lbs 6-3 5.21 142 799
53.0
Strengths Gets everything out of his adequate size and frame with good length. Added bulk to his frame and flashes functional stre...
102

Landon
Forman

OL
Auburn   Mascot
Auburn Mascot
275lbs 6-5 5.11 168
53.0
Strengths Quick out of his stance with the footwork to be effective in front of screens. Willing to get out in front of ballcarrie...
118

Jacob
Shoemaker

OL
South Alabama   Mascot
South Alabama Mascot
325lbs 6-4 5.42 195
52.0
Strengths Anchors well and plays with the low center of gravity and natural bend to seal the inside lanes. Has violent hands with ...
117

Jack
Badovinac

OL
Colgate   Mascot
Colgate Mascot
295lbs 6-2 5.38 197
52.0
Strengths Finishes and doesn't quit; competitor with a positive attitude and leadership traits that coaches admire.Has smooth late...
116

James
Lee

OL
Harvard   Mascot
Harvard Mascot
270lbs 6-6 5.32 196
52.0
Strengths Possesses a long, lean, athletic body with plenty of room for additional muscle mass. Long arms.Best on the outside beca...
119

Michal
Menet

C
Penn State   Mascot
Penn State Mascot
306lbs 6-4 5.18 63 186.2
51.0
Strengths Dips shoulder and moves his feet to get outside leverage when needed. Strong and low coming out of his stance, effective...
120

Aaron
Banks

OL
Notre Dame   Mascot
Notre Dame Mascot
325lbs 6-5 5.32 40 118
48.0
Strengths Has the feet to adjust when he anticipates what's coming. Effective trapping and bends at the knees with adequate core s...