2019 NFL Draft Offensive Tackle Rankings: From The College Perspective

2019 NFL Draft Offensive Tackle Rankings: From The College Perspective

2019 NFL Draft

2019 NFL Draft Offensive Tackle Rankings: From The College Perspective

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2. Greg Little, Ole Miss

6-5, 310: If you want the guy who looks like an NFL tackle – and has from the start of his college career – here you go.

He slimmed down a little bit this offseason, but he can play at 320ish without a problem on a great frame. The tools are all there – even if he didn’t show them off too much in the workout circuit – with great feet, good quickness, and the upside to do even more, but his stock is all about his run blocking ability.

Being a blasting blocker isn’t necessarily a must now, and Little is a strong enough pass protector to sit at a left tackle and be there for the next ten years.

There are flaws – there’s a question mark about just how powerful he can be at the next level – but considering there just aren’t that many sure-thing guys for the left side in this draft, he’ll be a great value pick.

Projected Round: Second
Real Value: Late First

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