4. OT/OG Cade Mays, Georgia to Tennessee
Okay, so this is a bit of an outlier to this list – Mays isn’t eligible quite yet.
The former superstar of superstar recruits for the Georgia offensive line is still waiting for a transfer waiver that will let him play right away. As is, Tennessee has a rising line that should be among the most effective in the SEC if everyone stays in one piece, but if Mays is able to go – it’s the NCAA so all bets are off – the front five will be outstanding.
Able to work just about anywhere, the coaching staff can play around with the rotation. He’s an NFL talent at guard, but he could move out to tackle if needed.