NFL Draft: Updated Offensive Top Five At Each Position
Dec 31, 2013; Atlanta, GA, USA; Texas A&M Aggies offensive linesman Jake Matthews (75) sets to pass block Duke Blue Devils defensive end Kenny Anunike (84) during the second quarter in the 2013 Chick-fil-a Bowl at the Georgia Dome. Mandatory Credit: John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports
- Jake Matthews
- Greg Robison
- Morgan Moses
- Taylor Lewan
- JaWann James.
Matthews and Robinson are both day one left or right tackles who should be in high demand come May. Robinson has the highest upside but Matthews has the lowest ceiling. Morgan Moses will probably play right tackle, but he showed his senior year that he has the ability to play on the left side and I think he is gone in the first 25 picks. I hated to drop Lewan and it has nothing to do with off the field. I just don’t see the same potential for an elite player in him. I do think he will be someone’s starting left tackle and I like the fit of him to Detroit at 10. JaWann James is often times rated lower then his team mate Tiny Richardson but I believe that James will be the better player because of his ability to play multiple positions and his movement skills. He should go on the second day, possibly Baltimore or Miami.