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
49

Teton
Saltes

OL
New Mexico   Mascot
New Mexico Mascot
322lbs 6-6 5.18 74 644 61 Strengths He's infinitely coachable and athletically gifted with the ideal frame, physique, weight distribution, knee bend and han...
50

Ryan
Van Demark

OL
Connecticut   Mascot
Connecticut Mascot
302lbs 6-5 5.34 84 846 61 Strengths Awareness is above-average for his limited experience. Sells trap block and can turn to seal. Fluid getting to and adjus...
51

Braylon
Jones

OL
Houston   Mascot
Houston Mascot
315lbs 6-4 5.38 91 1010 61 Strengths Awareness is above-average for his limited experience. Sells trap block and can turn to seal. Fluid getting to and adjus...
52

Ray
Thomas-Ishma...

OL
Buffalo   Mascot
Buffalo Mascot
320lbs 6-5 5.35 85 892 61 Strengths Attacks his man, playing with a wide base and the lateral agility to mirror, sustain and shuffle to help inside. Has the...
53

Matt
Brayton

OL
UNLV   Mascot
UNLV Mascot
310lbs 6-3 5.19 61 Strengths Good natural athleticism, knee bend and fluid lateral movement to mirror college defensive ends.Dips shoulder and moves ...
54

Grant
Hermanns

OL
Purdue   Mascot
Purdue Mascot
305lbs 6-7 5.35 69 555 61 Strengths Effective in space and usually drops his hips to get leverage and sustain against shorter defenders.Plays with appropria...
55

Nate
Brown

OL
Nevada   Mascot
Nevada Mascot
300lbs 6-4 5.38 102 1149 60 Strengths Has smooth lateral movement skills with good foot quickness. First off the snap and sets quickly. Aggressive and extends...
56

Derek
Kerstetter

OL
Texas   Mascot
Texas Mascot
293lbs 6-5 5.35 59 409 60 Strengths Not to be bet against with the skills set to line up at guard or tackle. Could develop into a solid backup and eventual ...
57

Tristen
Hoge

OL
BYU   Mascot
BYU Mascot
310lbs 6-5 5.37 67 506 60 Strengths Above-average football smarts and general intelligence. Plays with a nasty streak. Solid character and work ethic.Dips s...
58

Nolan
Laufenberg

OL
Air Force   Mascot
Air Force Mascot
315lbs 6-3 5.32 80 772 60 Strengths Above-average football smarts and general intelligence. Plays with a nasty streak. Solid character and work ethic.Awaren...
59

Keith
Williams

OL
Colorado State   Mascot
Colorado State Mascot
300lbs 6-7 5.21 60 Strengths Best on the outside because of his height and athleticism, but is capable of blocking on the move.Gets everything out of...
60

Zachary
Thomas

OL
San Diego State   Mascot
San Diego State Mascot
300lbs 6-5 5.13 68 553 60 Strengths Gets everything out of his adequate size and frame with good length. Added bulk to his frame and flashes functional stre...