CFN 2021 All-America Offensive Tackles
Please note: We’ll change this if needed as the preseason depth charts come in. There might be some shuffling on various O lines in fall camp.
CFN 2021 First Team All-America Offensive Tackles
Evan Neal, Jr. Alabama
The next amazing Alabama offensive tackle, the 6-7, 360-pounder was a force on the right side for the epic 2020 team, and now he’s going over to the left side – and he’ll probably be a guard in the NFL. For now, he’ll be a giant obstacle to get around at one of the Tide’s glamour positions.
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Charles Cross, Soph. Mississippi State
It might have been a tough 2020 for the Bulldogs, but they found their left tackle. At 6-5 and 305 pounds he might not be bulky, but he can move and he can pass protect – sort of a big deal for the Mike Leach offense. Just scratching the surface, he’s about to grow into a star.
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CFN 2021 Second Team All-America Offensive Tackles
Wanya Morris, Jr. Oklahoma
The plan was to be the anchor for the Tennessee offense could into this season, but that all changed with the coaching switch. A superstar of superstar recruits for the Vols, the 6-5, 312-pounder was solid as a freshman and last year battled through injuries in a decent season. He’s not exactly the missing piece on the Oklahoma offensive line, but he’s going to quickly be one of the main men.
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Zion Nelson, Soph. Miami
He was just an okay recruit by Miami standards, but it’s all coming together. Solid, but more of a flier of a prospect than a sure-thing starter. Now he’s 6-5 and 316 and still growing into one of nation’s better all-around left tackles. There’s still work to be done, but he’s got the experience to go along with all that athleticism.
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CFN 2021 Honorable Mention All-America Offensive Tackles
5. Thayer Munford, Sr. Ohio State
6. Abraham Lucas, Sr. Washington State
7. Logan Bruss, Sr. Wisconsin
8. Rasheed Walker, Jr. Penn State
9. Austin Deculus, Sr. LSU
10. (OG) Kenyon Green, Jr. Texas A&M
11. Jamaree Salyer, Sr. Georgia
12. Zion Johnson, Sr. Boston College