1. Greg Robinson, Auburn
Greg Robinson can do it all, but his run blocking really stands out. He helped lead Auburn to the National Championship game and was an anchor for his teams top ranked running game. Greg Robinson is an incredible run blocker, a very solid pass blocker, and does a great job at selling play action fakes. He helped his stock at the combine with incredible numbers for such a big offensive lineman. Robinson is just a sophomore and has tons of potential.
2. Jake Matthews, Texas A&M
Matthews has all the skills to be a franchise left tackle for many years. Johnny Manziel's star protector can do it all from pass blocking, run blocking and getting to the next level of the defense. He also has the speed to stop the speedy edge rushers. Matthews is a hard worker and a very durable player. Matthews and Robinson should be the first two tackles taken.
3. Taylor Lewan, Michigan
Taylor Lewan is a fantastic run blocker with speed to get to the second level. Competitive in nature, Lewan is a tough and mean offensive tackle who is great at battling it out in the trenches. While Lewan strives at run blocking, He is not as consistent of a pass blocker. He has the strength to stop the bull rushers but sometimes gets beat by the faster edge rushers. Lewan certainly helped close the gap between the top three tackles and everyone else with great numers at the combine.
4. Zack Martin, Notre Dame
Solid in both run and pass blocking. He is fundamentally sound and doesn't give up on a broken play. Martin is a safe draft pick seeing as he can play guard if tackle doesn't work out for him. Since he is a bit undersized as an offensive tackle he may be asked to play guard at the next level.
5. Cyrus Kouandijo, Alabama
The Alabama prospect has a lot of potential He is an average pass blocker but an above average run blocker with room for improvement. He has the prototypical size to be a left tackle if he improves in the passing games. Kouandijo's durability may be questioned after suffering a season ending knee injury in 2011 and having shoulder surgery in 2013.
6. Antonio Richardson, Tennessee
On some plays Richardon does a really good job of sustaining his blocks but on others he doesn’t. He may not be the most consistent blocker, but he flashes potential. Often times Richardson gets beat by the bull rush and seems to lack a high motor. Though with great size for an offensive tackle, teams will draft him based on potential. Richardson is a high risk, high reward player.