3. Tristan Wirfs, Iowa 6-5, 322 (OG) (1)
Why He’s Here On The List: Put him at guard, start him out at right tackle, and give him a shot on the left side. It might take a little bit for him to find his right fit, but until then he’ll be a killer of a run blocker who’ll always bring the effort and the strength. There might not be a better mauler in the draft.
What The NFL Types Want To See: Can he be a left tackle? He’ll likely spend the first part of his career on the right side before kicking it inside, but if he can show off just enough athleticism to go along with his raw power, look out.
Bottom Line: As rock-solid as they come, he’s a ten-year pro somewhere on the line with the talent to be the best player up front for someone. While he might not be the most athletic of blockers for a left tackle, he’ll grow into a plug-and-play blocker a team won’t have to worry about – once he finds his spot.