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PFW Draft Prospect Rankings: Offensive Tackle

Posted Apr 30, 2014

Patriots Football Weekly continues their Draft prospect rankings and notes with the offensive tackle position.


DRAFT RANKINGS/NOTES BY POSITION:
QB | RB | TE | WR | C | OG | OT | DT | DE | ILB | OLB | CB | FS | SS

380The writers of Patriots Football Weekly have done their homework on all the prospects in this year's NFL Draft. Now, you can download the actual notes they took on all the top players, broken down by position for your convenience. Today, they offer their notes and rankings on the offensive tackles.

* - indicates underclassman

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OFFENSIVE TACKLE

1 JAKE MATTHEWS
COLLEGE: Texas A&M

HEIGHT: 6-5
WEIGHT: 308
40 TIME: 5.07
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ANDY HART:
Bruce Matthews' son. Played RT and LT. Lean build. Good, light feet. Modern pass protector. Power?
PAUL PERILLO:
Dominant PP; Uses arms well; Solid sets; Mobile.
2 GREG ROBINSON*
COLLEGE: Auburn

HEIGHT: 6-5
WEIGHT: 332
40 TIME: 4.92
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ANDY HART:
Good size, length and power. Puts head down on some blocks. Lot of upside.
PAUL PERILLO:
Strong and mobile; Long arms; Drives well; Good base.
3 TAYLOR LEWAN
COLLEGE: Michigan

HEIGHT: 6-7
WEIGHT: 309
40 TIME: 4.87
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ANDY HART:
Great size. Crazy Combine numbers. Smooth mirror. Great experience. Lot of penalties.
PAUL PERILLO:
Moves well; Good set on PP; Locks up well.
4 ZACK MARTIN
COLLEGE: Notre Dame

HEIGHT: 6-4
WEIGHT: 308
40 TIME:  5.22
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ANDY HART:
51 starts. Good power and feet. Overextends at times. Not smooth. Decent hands.
PAUL PERILLO:
Good base; Locks up well; Good hands/arms.
5 CYRUS KOUANDJIO*
COLLEGE: Alabama

HEIGHT: 6-7
WEIGHT: 322
40 TIME:  5.59
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ANDY HART:
Great length and reach. Latches on well. Decent feet to mirror. Gets off balance at times.
PAUL PERILLO:
Good size; Locks well but gets grabby at times; Moves well.


BEST OF THE REST


Morgan Moses, Virginia
6-6, 314, 5.35

[Andy Hart] RT. 3YR starter. Too high at times. Decent mirror despite average feet.

[Paul Perillo] Got pushed around at times; Good PP; Needs better leverage.

Antonio Richardson*, Tennessee
6-6, 336, 5.30

[Andy Hart] Huge. Can move people. Latches on but stops feet at times. Feet need work.

[Paul Perillo] Strong; Athletic; Drives with force; Gets sloppy at times and grabs.

Joel Bitonio, Nevada
6-4, 302, 4.97

[Andy Hart] Latches on well. Not elite feet. Looks like a guard. Decent push. Stops feet at times.

[Paul Perillo] Looks like a guard; Good mobility; Versatile; Good power.

Ja'Wuan James, Tennessee
6-6, 311, 5.34

[Andy Hart] 49 career RT starts. Good size. Decent speed. Solid mirror. Average feet. Overextends at times.

[Paul Perillo] No Comments. [Erik Scalavino] Solid PP; Pops and holds; Not overly athletic; RT-type.

Jack Mewhort, Ohio State
6-6, 309, 5.37

[Andy Hart] 39 starts, with time at LT, RT and RG. Plays really high. Inconsistent feet. Sloppy at times.

[Paul Perillo] Strong; Keeps feet moving; Not overly athletic; Versatile; Gets sloppy at times.

Cameron Fleming*, Stanford
6-5, 323, 5.28

[Andy Hart] 3 Year RT. Thicker, RT build. Decent mirror and hands. Not quick.

[Paul Perillo] Good hands; A bit slow; Solid RT-type.

Justin Britt, Missouri
6-6, 325, 5.19

[Andy Hart] Long and lean. Average feet and power. Solid. Nothing stands out good or bad.

[Paul Perillo] Good set on PP; Good feet; Uses arms well; Average.

Michael Schofield, Michigan
6-6, 301, 5.24

[Andy Hart] RT. NFL G? Tall and long. Latches on pretty well. Not great edge athlete to mirror. Suspect feet.

[Paul Perillo] Strong; Drives well; Good leverage but not a great athlete.

Wesley Johnson, Vanderbilt
6-5, 297, 5.12

[Andy Hart] 51 starts. Played all over line. NFL C? Scrappy. Finishes blocks. Not super athletic. Needs to play with more strength and power.

[Paul Perillo] Good mobility; Versatile; Good PP; Good pop; Solid base; Limited athlete.

Donald Hawkins, Texas
6-5, 301, 5.28

[Andy Hart] 2 Year LT after JUCO. Stout build. Decent feet and punch. Finishes blocks. Keeps arms extended.

[Paul Perillo] Good strength; Gets beat wide at times; Uses hands well but gets sloppy with technique at times.

Cornelius Lucas, Kansas State
6-8, 316, 5.28

[Andy Hart] Not great feet or set. Loses technique. Elite size, but plays too high. Not as powerful as expected.

[Paul Perillo] Mammoth LT; Swallows edge rushers; Decent mobility; Solid PP but needs refinement.

Parker Graham, Oklahoma State
6-6, 308, 5.33

[Andy Hart] Started at LT and RG. Decent feet to mirror. Average punch. Pretty solid technically. Not much power. Versatiliy. Good developmental option.

[Paul Perillo] Huge and slow; Versatile; Moves pile; Uses arms well.

Kenarious Gates, Georgia
6-4, 327, 5.24

[Andy Hart] Decent quickness off snap. Not great feet or set.

[Paul Perillo] Sloppy technique; Gets beat inside on sets; Overcommits; Slow but strong.


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OFFENSE: Quarterback | Running Back | Tight End | Wide Receiver | Offensive Line
DEFENSE: Defensive Back | Defensive Line | Linebacker
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