2019 NFL Draft Guard, Center Rankings: From The College Perspective

2019 NFL Draft Guard, Center Rankings: From The College Perspective

2019 NFL Draft

2019 NFL Draft Guard, Center Rankings: From The College Perspective

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2. OG Cody Ford, Oklahoma (OT)

6-4, 329: With his tremendous size and versatility, he can be put just about anywhere on a line and he’ll be a terrific starter for a long, long time.

The star on a fantastic Oklahoma offensive front, he could work on the outside at the next level with good enough feet and the mentality to hold his own against the speed rushers, but he’s going to grow into a Pro Bowl star on the inside.

Playing tackle might be a stretch. He can do it, but it’ll take some work, and there will be some big lumps taken before he gets comfortable. But at guard, he’s a Day One starter with a great attitude to turn into the one to work behind in key moments.

Wherever he works, he’ll take over and make a line his right away. He’s not Quenton Nelson, and he’s not worth a top 15 overall pick, but in the back half of the first round he’s a rock-solid safe pick with a massive upside if it all clicks at tackle.

Projected Round: Late First
Real Value: First

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