2018 NFL Draft Guard & Center Rankings: From The College Perspective

2018 NFL Draft Guard & Center Rankings: From The College Perspective

2018 NFL Draft

2018 NFL Draft Guard & Center Rankings: From The College Perspective

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2. OG Will Hernandez, UTEP

6-2, 348: Really? You care because he’s only 6-2 and has smallish arms?

The guy is explosive off the ball, cranked up 37 reps on the Combine bench, and is one of the most aggressive all-around blockers in the draft.

He moves well, destroys defenders when he has to help crank out the hard yard, and is a football player’s football player.

And he’s dominant as a pass protector, too.

But yeah, he’s not the ideal size, the potential is there go be engulfed by the bigger, stronger NFL tackles, and there is a limit on where he can work.

Even so, consider him a fantastic value pick – for a guard – with where Quenton Nelson is likely going to go.

Projected Round: Second
Real Value: Top 40

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