2021 NFL Draft Prospects: Offensive Guard



The top 2021 quarterback prospects available for the 2021 NFL Draft. * - denotes 2021 prospect. ** - denotes 2024 prospect.

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  1. Alijah Vera-Tucker*, G/OT, USC
    Height: 6-4. Weight: 315.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.
    Projected Round (2021): 1-2.
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    1/9/21: With Austin Jackson in the NFL, Vera-Tucker took over USC's left tackle and played well in limited action. Vera-Tucker was going to sit out the 2020 season before opting back in, and rejoining the Trojans helped him display the versatility to compete at guard or tackle in the NFL. Vera-Tucker was a good left guard for the Trojans in 2019 and has upside to develop for the next level.

    For the NFL, there is a lot to like about Vera-Tucker in pass protection. He is an easy mover with athleticism, quickness, and agility. He can glide with speed rushers with ease showing the ability to play the typewriter with his feet. Vera-Tucker is a natural knee bender who maintains good leverage while avoiding bending at the waist. Vera-Tucker looks like a starting left tackle or guard in the NFL and is worthy of being a first or second-round pick in the 2021 draft.

    In the ground game, Vera-Tucker is not a bull at the point of attack but he is effective. He is more of a wall-off-and-position blocker who beats defenders to a spot to cover them up and keep them from making a tackle. He does a nice job of scrapping and keeping his hands fighting to sustain his blocks. It would help Vera-Tucker to add strength if his frame isn't maxed out. For a pro rushing offense, Vera-Tucker might fit best in a zone-blocking scheme.




  2. Rashawn Slater*, G/OT/C, Northwestern
    Height: 6-3. Weight: 306.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.08.
    Projected Round (2021): 1-2.
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    1/9/21: Slater decided to sit out the 2020 season, and that could hurt his draft momentum. Some are projecting him to the first round of the 2021 NFL Draft, while some team sources say they have Slater in the second round.

    Slater is a good athlete who could play tackle, guard or center in the NFL. Given his lack of height and length, he might be a better fit on the inside at guard or center. With Slater's versatility and athleticism, he shouldn't get out of Round 2 during the 2021 NFL Draft.

    8/29/20: Slater has been a starting right tackle for Northwestern, but he projects to the NFL for a move inside to guard. His run blocking is ahead of his pass protection, but he could end up rising with a solid all-star game performance.

    Seasonal Rushing Stats

    Season Team Games
    2020 Northwestern 0
    2019 Northwestern 11
    2018 Northwestern 14
    2017 Northwestern 13

    Rushing Statistics Game Log

    Date Opponent Result
    10/24/2020 Maryland W 43 - 3
    10/31/2020 @ Iowa W 21 - 20
    11/7/2020 Nebraska W 21 - 13
    11/14/2020 @ Purdue W 27 - 20
    11/21/2020 Wisconsin W 17 - 7
    11/28/2020 @ Michigan St. L 20 - 29
    12/12/2020 Illinois W 28 - 10
    12/19/2020 Ohio St.
    @Indianapolis, IN
    -


  3. Wyatt Davis*, G, Ohio State
    Height: 6-4. Weight: 315.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.42.
    Projected Round (2021): 1-2.
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    1/9/21: Davis has been a bull in the ground game this season, but he also allowed sacks in each of the first two games of the season. His pass protection needs improvement. He can react late to blitzes and games up front while also having some issues with speed rushers. However, he has a good skill set and upside to get better. If Davis gets good NFL coaching, he could be an excellent pro guard.

    8/29/20: As a redshirt sophomore, Davis earned a starting spot on the offensive line for Ohio State and had a strong debut. He has good size to him and was a tough run blocker for the Buckeyes. He has real strength at the point of attack. For the NFL, Davis needs to get better at blocking speed rushers. As Davis gains his experience, his pass blocking could improve.

    Seasonal Rushing Stats

    Season Team Games
    2020 Ohio St. 3
    2019 Ohio St. 13
    2018 Ohio St. 7
    2017 Ohio St. 0

    Rushing Statistics Game Log

    Date Opponent Result
    10/24/2020 Nebraska W 52 - 17
    10/31/2020 @ Penn St. W 38 - 25
    11/7/2020 Rutgers W 49 - 27
    11/21/2020 Indiana -
    11/27/2020 @ Illinois -
    12/5/2020 @ Michigan St. -
    12/12/2020 Michigan -


  4. Trey Smith, G/OT, Tennessee
    Height: 6-6. Weight: 320.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.32.
    Projected Round (2021): 2-3.
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    1/9/21: In 2020, Smith played well for the Volunteers. He played his natural position of guard and was a steady blocker for Tennessee in both phases.

    8/29/20: Smith returned to the field in 2019 and was a solid left guard for Tennessee. It was a wise decision to return for his senior year and show that the blood-clot issue is behind him so NFL teams will have less of a concern there after two healthy seasons.

    Smith had a strong sophomore season for Tennessee prior to missing the final five games of 2018 with blood clots in his lungs. The issue first impacted Smith during workouts after his freshman season. After being held out for some time, Smith returned to practice in training camp and played the first seven games of the 2018 season while showing his impressive skill set for the Volunteers.

    In 2017, Quenton Nelson was the top offensive lineman in college football, but the second-best guard in the nation could have been Smith. Considering there were other good guards like Will Hernandez and Braden Smith who were second-round picks in the 2018 NFL Draft, that is really saying something for how Smith played as a freshman. Smith dominated at the point of attack and was extremely impressive when taking on Alabama. He looked like he was just scratching the surface with the upside to be even better with more experience. Smith played guard and left tackle for the Volunteers as a freshman.

    Seasonal Rushing Stats

    Season Team Games
    2020 Tennessee 6
    2019 Tennessee 13
    2018 Tennessee 7
    2017 Tennessee 12

    Rushing Statistics Game Log

    Date Opponent Result
    9/26/2020 @ South Carolina W 31 - 27
    10/3/2020 Missouri W 35 - 12
    10/10/2020 @ Georgia L 21 - 44
    10/17/2020 Kentucky L 7 - 34
    10/24/2020 Alabama L 17 - 48
    11/7/2020 @ Arkansas L 13 - 24
    11/21/2020 @ Auburn -
    11/28/2020 @ Vanderbilt -
    12/5/2020 Florida -
    12/12/2020 Texas A&M -




  5. Aaron Banks, G, Notre Dame
    Height: 6-5. Weight: 330.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.33.
    Projected Round (2021): 2-4.
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    1/9/21: Banks played really well for the Fighting Irish in 2020. He was a tough run blocker at the point of attack, using his size to help Notre Dame move the ball on the ground. He also was very reliable in pass protection. It was the second season in a row of good play out of Banks, who only allowed two sacks on 844 total snaps in 2019. For the NFL, Banks could be a better fit at right guard, but he has the flexibility to play on either side of the center.


  6. Ed Ingram*, G, LSU
    Height: 6-3. Weight: 315.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.31.
    Projected Round (2021): 2-4.
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    1/9/21: Ingram impressed team evaluators in 2020. He was a tough run blocker while showing some athleticism in pass protection. Some team sources said as a player, aside from the character concerns, Ingram could be a second-day talent for the 2021 NFL Draft.

    8/29/20: Ingram is a gifted talent who could end up rising if he stays on the field and plays up to his potential. As a freshman in 2017, Ingram was the Tigers' starting right guard, and he played really well in his first season. Ingram sat out the 2018 season with a season-long suspension, so NFL teams will be grilling him about that in the leadup to the 2021 NFL Draft.

    Ingram returned to the field in 2019 and mostly was backup behind Adrian Magee and Damien Lewis. Ingram is strong at the point of attack and forceful run blocker with athleticism. If he stays on the field and out of trouble, he could be an early-rounder if NFL teams can get comfortable with his off-the-field issues.

    Seasonal Rushing Stats

    Season Team Games
    2020 LSU 3
    2019 LSU 11
    2017 LSU 13

    Rushing Statistics Game Log

    Date Opponent Result
    9/26/2020 Mississippi St. L 34 - 44
    10/3/2020 @ Vanderbilt W 41 - 7
    10/10/2020 @ Missouri L 41 - 45
    10/24/2020 South Carolina W 52 - 24
    10/31/2020 @ Auburn -
    11/14/2020 Alabama -
    11/21/2020 @ Arkansas -
    11/28/2020 @ Texas A&M -
    12/5/2020 Ole Miss -
    12/12/2020 @ Florida -


  7. Chasen Hines*, G, LSU
    Height: 6-3. Weight: 349.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.49.
    Projected Round (2021): 2-4.
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    1/9/21: Hines is a heavy interior blocker who is a large load at the point of attack. He was a bright spot alongside Ed Ingram during the 2020 season, impressing some team evaluators. For the NFL, it would help Hines to loose some weight and improve his ability to handle speed rushers. Some sources believe Hines could have second-day potential for the 2021 NFL Draft.


  8. Jackson Carman*, G/OT, Clemson
    Height: 6-5. Weight: 345.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.65.
    Projected Round (2021): 3-5.
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    1/9/21: Carman was a solid left tackle for Clemson in 2020, including putting together a good performance against Notre Dame. While he played tackle for Clemson, Carman's best fit might be as a guard in the NFL. That was given proof in the college football playoff, as Ohio State's edge rushers dominated Carman in a brutal performance.

    8/29/20: Carman is a big interior blocker who was very good for Clemson in 2019. It was his first season as a starter after serving as a backup at left tackle during his freshman season. Carman could be even better now that he has some experience. Dropping some weight for the NFL might be a good idea for Carman.

    Seasonal Rushing Stats

    Season Team Games
    2020 Clemson 8
    2019 Clemson 15
    2018 Clemson 13

    Rushing Statistics Game Log

    Date Opponent Result
    9/1/2018 Furman W 48 - 7
    9/8/2018 @ Texas A&M W 28 - 26
    9/15/2018 Ga. Southern W 38 - 7
    9/22/2018 @ Georgia Tech W 49 - 21
    9/29/2018 Syracuse W 27 - 23
    10/6/2018 @ Wake Forest W 63 - 3
    10/20/2018 NC State W 41 - 7
    10/27/2018 @ Florida St. W 59 - 10
    11/3/2018 Louisville W 77 - 16
    11/10/2018 @ Boston College W 27 - 7
    11/17/2018 Duke W 35 - 6
    11/24/2018 South Carolina W 56 - 35
    12/1/2018 Pittsburgh
    @ Charlotte, N.C.
    W 42 - 10
    12/29/2018 Notre Dame
    @ Arlington, Texas
    W 30 - 3
    1/7/2019 Alabama
    @ Santa Clara, Calif.
    W 44 - 16


  9. Cade Mays*, G/OT, Tennessee
    Height: 6-6. Weight: 318.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.1.
    Projected Round (2021): 3-5.
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    1/9/21: Mays played well in the first few games of 2020 before really struggling against Georgia. He was at right tackle for the Volunteers, but he looks like a guard for the NFL.

    8/29/20: Mays was a good starter on Georgia's all-star offensive line in 2019 and could have been the replacement for Andrew Thomas at left tackle for 2020, but Mays decided to transfer to Tennessee.

    Mays started seven games as a freshman in 2018 while also dealing with injuries. With his versatile size, Mays could fit at guard or tackle, and it will be interesting to see where he settles in at Tennessee. Mays is a strong run blocker with good size to create a push at the point of attack.

    Seasonal Rushing Stats

    Season Team Games
    2020 Tennessee 5
    2019 Georgia 14
    2018 Georgia 11

    Rushing Statistics Game Log

    Date Opponent Result
    9/26/2020 @ South Carolina W 31 - 27
    10/3/2020 Missouri W 35 - 12
    10/10/2020 @ Georgia L 21 - 44
    10/17/2020 Kentucky L 7 - 34
    10/24/2020 Alabama L 17 - 48
    11/7/2020 @ Arkansas L 13 - 24
    11/21/2020 @ Auburn -
    11/28/2020 @ Vanderbilt -
    12/5/2020 Florida -
    12/12/2020 Texas A&M -




  10. Thayor Munford, G/OT, Ohio State
    Height: 6-6. Weight: 319.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.3.
    Projected Round (2021): 3-5.
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    1/9/21: Munford has had a solid season for Ohio State. He is a decent college player, but he has not been especially dominant and has not always play up to his skill set. Munford accepted an invitation to play at the Senior Bowl.

    8/29/20: Munford was a candidate to be a potential early-round pick who entered the draft early, but in 2019, he was not that impressive and did not stand out by showing the skill set to be a franchise left tackle. In speaking with some team sources, they felt Munford did not make the case that he should skip his senior year and enter the 2020 NFL Draft. Thus, he was wise to return to Columbus.

    Munford needs to improve his technique and become more polished to take on pro edge rushers. He had an ugly outing versus Wisconsin in 2019 and could be better off moving inside to guard at the next level. However with the Big Ten canceling their season, Munford probably will enter the 2021 NFL Draft.

    Munford was a rotational backup as a freshman before breaking into the starting lineup at left tackle in 2018. The sophomore had some issues during his first year as a starter, and those might cause him to move inside to guard for the NFL. Munford also played with a hip injury as a sophomore, and he missed the game against Maryland with a leg injury. He then missed the Rose Bowl with another injury.

    Seasonal Rushing Stats

    Season Team Games
    2020 Ohio St. 1
    2019 Ohio St. 14
    2018 Ohio St. 13
    2017 Ohio St. 10

    Rushing Statistics Game Log

    Date Opponent Result
    10/24/2020 Nebraska W 52 - 17
    10/31/2020 @ Penn St. -
    11/7/2020 Rutgers -
    11/14/2020 @ Maryland -
    11/21/2020 Indiana -
    11/27/2020 @ Illinois -
    12/5/2020 @ Michigan St. -
    12/12/2020 Michigan -


  11. Royce Newman, G, Ole Miss
    Height: 6-5. Weight: 305.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.25.
    Projected Round (2021): 3-5.
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    1/9/21: Newman started some start at right tackle for the Rebels in 2020, and while he held his own, he is a guard for the NFL. Newman accepted an invitation to play at the Senior Bowl, and he could be a riser with a good week of practice in Mobile.

    8/29/20: Newman had an impressive junior year as Ole Miss' left guard. He did a very good job in pass protection, being credited with only one sack allowed on 416 pass blocks. It was his first season as a starter, so Newman could be even better now that he has some experience. He could stand to get stronger and fill out his frame for the NFL.

    Seasonal Rushing Stats

    Season Team Games
    2020 Ole Miss 7
    2019 Ole Miss 12
    2018 Ole Miss 12
    2017 Ole Miss 9

    Rushing Statistics Game Log

    Date Opponent Result
    9/1/2018 Texas Tech
    @ Houston, Texas
    W 47 - 27
    9/8/2018 Southern Ill. W 76 - 41
    9/15/2018 Alabama L 7 - 62
    9/22/2018 Kent St. W 38 - 17
    9/29/2018 @ LSU L 16 - 45
    10/6/2018 ULM W 70 - 21
    10/13/2018 Arkansas
    @ Little Rock, Ark.
    W 37 - 33
    10/20/2018 Auburn L 16 - 31
    11/3/2018 South Carolina L 44 - 48
    11/10/2018 @ Texas A&M L 24 - 38
    11/17/2018 @ Vanderbilt L 29 - 36 (1OT)
    11/22/2018 Mississippi St. L 3 - 35


  12. David Moore, G, Grambling
    Height: 6-3. Weight: 320.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.4.
    Projected Round (2021): 3-5.
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    1/9/21: Moore accepted an invitation to play at the Senior Bowl. Performing well there would be huge for his draft stock.

    8/29/20: Moore has a strong build and has been a good player for Grambling over the past few seasons. He could rise with a strong postseason.

    Seasonal Rushing Stats

    Season Team Games
    2020 Grambling 0
    2019 Grambling 9
    2018 Grambling 8
    2017 Grambling 9

    Rushing Statistics Game Log

    Date Opponent Result
    9/1/2018 @ Louisiana L 17 - 49
    9/8/2018 @ Northwestern St. L 7 - 34
    9/22/2018 Alabama St. W 34 - 0
    9/29/2018 Prairie View
    @ Dallas, Texas
    L 16 - 22
    10/6/2018 Okla. Panhandle W 62 - 7
    10/13/2018 @ Texas Southern W 34 - 21
    10/20/2018 @ Alcorn L 26 - 33
    10/27/2018 Ark.-Pine Bluff W 45 - 38 (1OT)
    11/3/2018 Mississippi Val. W 24 - 19
    11/10/2018 @ Alabama A&M W 29 - 16
    11/24/2018 Southern U.
    @ New Orleans, La.
    L 28 - 38


  13. Zion Johnson, G, Boston College
    Height: 6-3. Weight: 310.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.3.
    Projected Round (2021): 3-5.
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    1/9/21: Johnson played well in 2020, showing improvement thanks to his year of experience with the Eagles. Johnson accepted an invitation to play at the Senior Bowl.

    8/29/20: Johnson started out his college career at Davidson before transferring. In 2019, Johnson made seven starts at left guard in his first season with Boston College. Johnson has good size to him and ability. He could be better in 2020 now that he has a year of experience with the Eagles.

    Seasonal Rushing Stats

    Season Team Games
    2018 Shepherd 7

    Rushing Statistics Game Log

    Date Opponent Result
    9/1/2018 @ Notre Dame (OH) L 33 - 35
    9/15/2018 Glenville St. W 41 - 24
    9/22/2018 @ West Virginia St. W 27 - 7
    9/29/2018 Concord W 61 - 21
    10/6/2018 @ West Liberty W 26 - 14
    10/13/2018 Fairmont St. L 17 - 38
    10/20/2018 @ Urbana W 44 - 21
    10/27/2018 West Va. Wesleyan W 58 - 35
    11/3/2018 @ Charleston (WV) W 25 - 20
    11/10/2018 UVa-Wise L 16 - 21


  14. Tommy Kraemer, G, Notre Dame
    Height: 6-5. Weight: 319.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.28.
    Projected Round (2021): 3-5.
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    1/9/21: In 2020, Kraemer blocked well for the Fighting Irish at right guard in 2020. He accepted an invitation to play at the Senior Bowl.

    8/29/20: Kraemer went down with a knee injury during the 2019 season, but prior to that, he was having a solid season for Notre Dame. Kraemer has played guard and right tackle, but for the NFL, he projects as a guard. Kraemer needs to stay healthy as a senior to rise.

    Seasonal Rushing Stats

    Season Team Games
    2020 Notre Dame 8
    2019 Notre Dame 7
    2018 Notre Dame 12
    2017 Notre Dame 13

    Rushing Statistics Game Log

    Date Opponent Result
    9/1/2018 Michigan W 24 - 17
    9/8/2018 Ball St. W 24 - 16
    9/15/2018 Vanderbilt W 22 - 17
    9/22/2018 @ Wake Forest W 56 - 27
    9/29/2018 Stanford W 38 - 17
    10/6/2018 @ Virginia Tech W 45 - 23
    10/13/2018 Pittsburgh W 19 - 14
    10/27/2018 Navy
    @ San Diego, Calif.
    W 44 - 22
    11/3/2018 @ Northwestern W 31 - 21
    11/10/2018 Florida St. W 42 - 13
    11/17/2018 Syracuse
    @ Bronx, NY
    W 36 - 3
    11/24/2018 @ Southern California W 24 - 17
    12/29/2018 Clemson
    @ Arlington, Texas
    L 3 - 30




  15. Jack Anderson, G, Texas Tech
    Height: 6-5. Weight: 315.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.3.
    Projected Round (2021): 5-7.
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    1/9/21: Anderson could have been a mid-round pick in the 2020 NFL Draft, but he went back to Texas Tech. While he played well enough to earn a Senior Bowl invitation, team sources say that Anderson's play looked soft as a senior. That is about the worst adjective a scout can use for an offensive lineman. Thus, Anderson needs a strong week of practice in Mobile.


  16. Stewart Reese, G, Florida
    Height: 6-5. Weight: 345.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.58.
    Projected Round (2021): 4-6.
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    1/9/21: As a graduate transfer, Reese reunited at Florida with former Mississippi State head coach Dan Mullen. Reese was a good right guard in 2020. He looked improved as a pass protector and was a steady run blocker.

    8/29/20: Reese has been a starting right tackle for Mississippi State, but NFL advance scouts listed him as a guard for the next level. Reese could be a power right guard who is a good contributor to a ground offense. His limitations in pass protection wouldn't be as painful on the inside of the line.

    Seasonal Rushing Stats

    Season Team Games
    2020 Mississippi St. 0
    2020 Florida 6
    2019 Mississippi St. 11
    2019 Mississippi St. 11
    2018 Mississippi St. 13
    2018 Mississippi St. 13
    2017 Mississippi St. 13
    2017 Mississippi St. 13

    Rushing Statistics Game Log

    Date Opponent Result
    8/31/2019 @ Louisiana W 38 - 28
    9/7/2019 Southern Miss. W 38 - 15
    9/14/2019 Kansas St. L 24 - 31
    9/21/2019 Kentucky W 28 - 13
    9/28/2019 @ Auburn L 23 - 56
    10/12/2019 @ Tennessee L 10 - 20
    10/19/2019 LSU L 13 - 36
    10/26/2019 @ Texas A&M L 30 - 49
    11/2/2019 @ Arkansas W 54 - 24
    11/16/2019 Alabama L 7 - 38
    11/23/2019 Abilene Christian W 45 - 7
    11/28/2019 Ole Miss W 21 - 20
    12/30/2019 Louisville
    @ Nashville, Tenn.
    L 28 - 38
    9/1/2018 SFA W 63 - 6
    9/8/2018 @ Kansas St. W 31 - 10
    9/15/2018 Louisiana W 56 - 10
    9/22/2018 @ Kentucky L 7 - 28
    9/29/2018 Florida L 6 - 13
    10/6/2018 Auburn W 23 - 9
    10/20/2018 @ LSU L 3 - 19
    10/27/2018 Texas A&M W 28 - 13
    11/3/2018 Louisiana Tech W 45 - 3
    11/10/2018 @ Alabama L 0 - 24
    11/17/2018 Arkansas W 52 - 6
    11/22/2018 @ Ole Miss W 35 - 3
    1/1/2019 Iowa
    @ Tampa, Fla.
    L 22 - 27


  17. Robert Jones, G, Middle Tennessee
    Height: 6-5. Weight: 319.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.27.
    Projected Round (2021): 4-6.
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    1/9/21: Jones received an invitation to the East-West Shrine, but the game was cancelled.

    8/29/20: Jones started out in the junior college ranks before ending up at Middle Tennessee. In his opening season, Jones played well enough for the NFL advance scouts to place him on their pre-draft watch list for the 2021 NFL Draft. Jones could be better now that he has experience. He has a good build with NFL size and athletic upside. Jones could be a sleeper who rises, and performing well at an all-star game would help him.

    Seasonal Rushing Stats

    Season Team Games
    2020 Middle Tenn. 8
    2019 Middle Tenn. 12

    Rushing Statistics Game Log

    Date Opponent Result
    8/31/2019 @ Michigan L 21 - 40
    9/7/2019 Tennessee St. W 45 - 26
    9/14/2019 Duke L 18 - 41
    9/28/2019 @ Iowa L 3 - 48
    10/5/2019 Marshall W 24 - 13
    10/12/2019 @ Fla. Atlantic L 13 - 28
    10/19/2019 @ North Texas L 30 - 33
    10/26/2019 FIU W 50 - 17
    11/2/2019 @ Charlotte L 20 - 34
    11/16/2019 Rice L 28 - 31
    11/23/2019 Old Dominion W 38 - 17
    11/30/2019 @ Western Ky. L 26 - 31


  18. Sadarius Hutcherson, G/OT, South Carolina
    Height: 6-4. Weight: 320.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.4.
    Projected Round (2021): 4-6.
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    1/9/21: Hutcherson had a nice game against Vanderbilt early in 2020, but he was not as good against Florida. Moving to the inside could be best for Hutcherson in the NFL.

    8/29/20: Hutcherson should probably slide inside to guard for the NFL, but he starts at left tackle for the Gamecocks. He broke onto the field as a full-time starter during his redshirt sophomore season at right guard. Hutcherson moved to left tackle in 2019.

    Hutcherson could lack the length and agility for left tackle in the NFL. His run blocking is ahead of his pass protection. However, his ability to play guard and tackle could make him a valuable sixth offensive lineman on game days in the pro ranks.

    Seasonal Rushing Stats

    Season Team Games
    2020 South Carolina 7
    2019 South Carolina 12
    2018 South Carolina 13
    2017 South Carolina 9
    2016 South Carolina 1

    Rushing Statistics Game Log

    Date Opponent Result
    9/1/2018 Coastal Carolina W 49 - 15
    9/8/2018 Georgia L 17 - 41
    9/22/2018 @ Vanderbilt W 37 - 14
    9/29/2018 @ Kentucky L 10 - 24
    10/6/2018 Missouri W 37 - 35
    10/13/2018 Texas A&M L 23 - 26
    10/27/2018 Tennessee W 27 - 24
    11/3/2018 @ Ole Miss W 48 - 44
    11/10/2018 @ Florida L 31 - 35
    11/17/2018 Chattanooga W 49 - 9
    11/24/2018 @ Clemson L 35 - 56
    12/1/2018 Akron W 28 - 3
    12/29/2018 Virginia
    @ Charlotte, N.C.
    L 0 - 28


  19. Bryce Foxworth, G, Southern Miss
    Height: 6-3. Weight: 316.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.33.
    Projected Round (2021): 5-7.
    View Ranking History

    1/9/21: Foxworth dealt with COVID-19 during fall camp but played most of the games in 2020. It hurts Foxworth to have fewer all-star games available.

    8/29/20: Foxworth has a strong build, and he has been a good blocker for Southern Miss the past few seasons. The NFL advance scouts placed Foxworth on their preseason watch list, and he has versatile size to play either guard position and could also get cross-trained at center.

    Seasonal Rushing Stats

    Season Team Games
    2020 Southern Miss. 6
    2019 Southern Miss. 12
    2018 Southern Miss. 7
    2017 Southern Miss. 10

    Rushing Statistics Game Log

    Date Opponent Result
    9/1/2018 Jackson St. W 55 - 7
    9/8/2018 ULM L 20 - 21
    9/22/2018 Rice W 40 - 22
    9/29/2018 @ Auburn L 13 - 24
    10/13/2018 @ North Texas L 7 - 30
    10/20/2018 UTSA W 27 - 17
    10/27/2018 @ Charlotte L 17 - 20
    11/3/2018 Marshall W 26 - 24
    11/10/2018 @ UAB L 23 - 26 (1OT)
    11/17/2018 Louisiana Tech W 21 - 20
    11/24/2018 @ UTEP W 39 - 7


  20. Quinn Meinerz, G, Wisconsin-Whitewater
    Height: 6-3. Weight: 320.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.2.
    Projected Round (2021): 5-7.
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    1/9/21: Meinerz hasn't been helped by the lack of DIII football and the loss of all-star games in the coming offseason.

    8/29/20: It takes a lot of impressive play on tape for a Division III offensive lineman to make it onto NFL teams' preseason watch list, and Meinerz was able to accomplish that feat for the 2021 NFL Draft. Meinerz has NFL size and strength, and if he can get to an all-star game and play well there, he could rise into the top half of the 2021 NFL Draft, as a number of small-school offensive linemen have risen from an impressive postseason.

    Seasonal Rushing Stats

    Season Team Games
    2020 Wis.-Whitewater 0
    2019 Wis.-Whitewater 15
    2018 Wis.-Whitewater 13
    2017 Wis.-Whitewater 2


  21. Jalen McKenzie, G/OT, USC
    Height: 6-5. Weight: 315.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.3.
    Projected Round (2021): 5-7.
    View Ranking History

    1/9/21: McKenzie is largely being judged on his previous seasons given the Pac-12's shortened season.

    8/29/20: McKenzie has played right guard and right tackle for the Trojans. He has good size to him with some upside to improve as he gains experience. Moving inside to guard, however, might be his best fit in the NFL.

    Seasonal Rushing Stats

    Season Team Games
    2020 Southern California 2
    2019 Southern California 13
    2018 Southern California 12
    2017 Southern California 0

    Rushing Statistics Game Log

    Date Opponent Result
    9/1/2018 UNLV W 43 - 21
    9/8/2018 @ Stanford L 3 - 17
    9/15/2018 @ Texas L 14 - 37
    9/21/2018 Washington St. W 39 - 36
    9/29/2018 @ Arizona W 24 - 20
    10/13/2018 Colorado W 31 - 20
    10/20/2018 @ Utah L 28 - 41
    10/27/2018 Arizona St. L 35 - 38
    11/3/2018 @ Oregon St. W 38 - 21
    11/10/2018 California L 14 - 15
    11/17/2018 @ UCLA L 27 - 34
    11/24/2018 Notre Dame L 17 - 24


  22. Joe Sculthorpe, G/C, N.C. State
    Height: 6-3. Weight: 300.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.35.
    Projected Round (2021): 5-7.
    View Ranking History

    1/9/21: Sculthorpe's draft stock is based more on his past seasons than 2020, but he had a solid playing career at N.C. State.

    8/29/20: Aside from missing the game against Clemson with a suspension, Sculthorpe had a solid 2019 season for N.C. State. He has played guard and center for N.C. State, and as a pro, he could be backup at either position to start out his career. Sculthorpe should get stronger for the NFL.

    Seasonal Rushing Stats

    Season Team Games
    2020 NC State 11
    2019 NC State 11
    2018 NC State 13
    2017 NC State 13

    Rushing Statistics Game Log

    Date Opponent Result
    9/19/2020 Wake Forest W 45 - 42
    9/26/2020 @ Virginia Tech L 24 - 45
    10/3/2020 @ Pittsburgh W 30 - 29
    10/10/2020 @ Virginia W 38 - 21
    10/17/2020 Duke W 31 - 20
    10/24/2020 @ North Carolina L 21 - 48
    11/6/2020 Miami (FL) L 41 - 44
    11/14/2020 Florida St. W 38 - 22
    11/21/2020 Liberty W 15 - 14
    11/28/2020 @ Syracuse W 36 - 29
    12/5/2020 Georgia Tech W 23 - 13


  23. Jaxson Kirkland, G, Washington
    Height: 6-7. Weight: 322.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.5.
    Projected Round (2021): 5-7.
    View Ranking History

    1/9/21: Kirkland really didn't have a fair chance to impress in 2020.

    8/29/20: Kirkland was Washington's starting right tackle in 2019 before an injury sidelined him for the final few games of the season. He broke into the starting lineup as a sophomore. Kirkland's run blocking is ahead of his pass protection.

    Seasonal Rushing Stats

    Season Team Games
    2020 Washington 2
    2019 Washington 11
    2018 Washington 14
    2017 Washington 0

    Rushing Statistics Game Log

    Date Opponent Result
    9/1/2018 Auburn
    @ Atlanta, Georgia
    L 16 - 21
    9/8/2018 North Dakota W 45 - 3
    9/15/2018 @ Utah W 21 - 7
    9/22/2018 Arizona St. W 27 - 20
    9/29/2018 BYU W 35 - 7
    10/6/2018 @ UCLA W 31 - 24
    10/13/2018 @ Oregon L 27 - 30 (1OT)
    10/20/2018 Colorado W 27 - 13
    10/27/2018 @ California L 10 - 12
    11/3/2018 Stanford W 27 - 23
    11/17/2018 Oregon St. W 42 - 23
    11/23/2018 @ Washington St. W 28 - 15
    11/30/2018 Utah
    @ Santa Clara, CA
    W 10 - 3
    1/1/2019 Ohio St.
    @ Pasadena, Calif.
    L 23 - 28


  24. Tristen Hoge, G, BYU
    Height: 6-5. Weight: 310.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.31.
    Projected Round (2021): 5-7.
    View Ranking History

    1/9/21: Hoge was a solid starting right guard for BYU in 2020.

    8/29/20: Hoge started out his career at Notre Dame and played six games for the Fighting Irish in 2016. Since sitting out the 2017 season, Hoge has been a starter for BYU and a solid blocker at the point of attack. He has quality size for an interior blocker. Showing the ability to shut down speed rushers would help him rise.

    Seasonal Rushing Stats

    Season Team Games
    2020 BYU 4
    2019 BYU 5
    2018 BYU 13
    2017 BYU 0

    Rushing Statistics Game Log

    Date Opponent Result
    9/1/2018 @ Arizona W 28 - 23
    9/8/2018 California L 18 - 21
    9/15/2018 @ Wisconsin W 24 - 21
    9/22/2018 McNeese W 30 - 3
    9/29/2018 @ Washington L 7 - 35
    10/5/2018 Utah St. L 20 - 45
    10/13/2018 Hawaii W 49 - 23
    10/27/2018 Northern Ill. L 6 - 7
    11/3/2018 @ Boise St. L 16 - 21
    11/10/2018 @ Massachusetts W 35 - 16
    11/17/2018 New Mexico St. W 45 - 10
    11/24/2018 @ Utah L 27 - 35
    12/21/2018 Western Mich.
    @ Boise, Idaho
    W 49 - 18


  25. Kayode Awosika, G, Buffalo
    Height: 6-5. Weight: 305.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.37.
    Projected Round (2021): 5-7.
    View Ranking History

    1/9/21: Awosika did not impress in 2020.

    8/29/20: Awosika has started at right tackle for Buffalo, but he projects to guard in the NFL. Awosika has good height for an interior blocker and could stand to get stronger. He broke into the starting lineup as a sophomore.

    Seasonal Rushing Stats

    Season Team Games
    2020 Buffalo 3
    2019 Buffalo 11
    2018 Buffalo 14
    2017 Buffalo 4

    Rushing Statistics Game Log

    Date Opponent Result
    9/1/2018 Delaware St. W 48 - 10
    9/8/2018 @ Temple W 36 - 29
    9/15/2018 Eastern Mich. W 35 - 28
    9/22/2018 @ Rutgers W 42 - 13
    9/29/2018 Army West Point L 13 - 42
    10/6/2018 @ Central Mich. W 34 - 24
    10/13/2018 Akron W 24 - 6
    10/20/2018 @ Toledo W 31 - 17
    10/30/2018 Miami (OH) W 51 - 42
    11/6/2018 Kent St. W 48 - 14
    11/14/2018 @ Ohio L 17 - 52
    11/23/2018 @ Bowling Green W 44 - 14
    11/30/2018 Northern Ill.
    @ Detroit, Mich.
    L 29 - 30
    12/22/2018 Troy
    @ Mobile, Ala.
    L 32 - 42


  26. Derek Kerstetter, G/C, Texas
    Height: 6-5. Weight: 310.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.5.
    Projected Round (2021): 5-7.
    View Ranking History

    1/9/21: Kerstetter was solid, but unimpressive, for Texas in 2020. Despite as projecting to the NFL as a guard, he has played all over the offensive line.

    8/29/20: Entering his senior year, Kerstetter has started 28 games for the Longhorns and has been a steady blocker. Kerstetter has played right tackle and guard for Texas, but for the NFL, he projects as a guard. He could stand to get stronger for the next level.

    Seasonal Rushing Stats

    Season Team Games
    2020 Texas 9
    2019 Texas 13
    2018 Texas 14
    2017 Texas 10

    Rushing Statistics Game Log

    Date Opponent Result
    9/12/2020 UTEP W 59 - 3
    9/26/2020 @ Texas Tech W 63 - 56 (1OT)
    10/3/2020 TCU L 31 - 33
    10/10/2020 Oklahoma
    @ Dallas, Texas
    L 45 - 53 (4OT)
    10/24/2020 Baylor W 27 - 16
    10/31/2020 @ Oklahoma St. W 41 - 34 (1OT)
    11/7/2020 West Virginia W 17 - 13
    11/27/2020 Iowa St. L 20 - 23
    12/5/2020 @ Kansas St. W 69 - 31


  27. Deonte Brown, G, Alabama
    Height: 6-4. Weight: 338.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.35.
    Projected Round (2021): 6-FA.
    View Ranking History

    1/9/21: Brown has played well for Alabama in 2020, but he is more of a late-round project for the NFL. His run blocking is ahead of his pass protection.

    8/29/20: Brown was suspended for part of 2019 season, which carried over from 2018, but he returned mid-year and played very well for Alabama. Brown is a load at the point of attack with the strength to open holes in the ground game and is a steady pass protector. After breaking into lineup during his sophomore season, Brown played well until getting suspended prior to the semifinal game against Oklahoma for a violation of team rules.

    Seasonal Rushing Stats

    Season Team Games
    2020 Alabama 6
    2019 Alabama 9
    2018 Alabama 12
    2017 Alabama 14

    Rushing Statistics Game Log

    Date Opponent Result
    9/26/2020 @ Missouri W 38 - 19
    10/3/2020 Texas A&M W 52 - 24
    10/10/2020 @ Ole Miss W 63 - 48
    10/17/2020 Georgia W 41 - 24
    10/24/2020 @ Tennessee W 48 - 17
    10/31/2020 Mississippi St. W 41 - 0
    11/14/2020 @ LSU -
    11/21/2020 Kentucky -
    11/28/2020 Auburn -
    12/5/2020 @ Arkansas -


  28. Luke Wattenberg, G, Washington
    Height: 6-5. Weight: 297.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.19.
    Projected Round (2021): 7-FA.
    View Ranking History

    1/9/21: Wattenberg needs to get stronger for the NFL.

    8/29/20: Wattenberg has good height and length for an interior blocker, but he needs to get get stronger and fill out his frame for the NFL. Wattenberg became a full-time starter as a sophomore and has held down the left guard spot during the past two years for Washington. If Wattenberg adds strength and fills out his frame, he could rise.

    Seasonal Rushing Stats

    Season Team Games
    2020 Washington 2
    2019 Washington 13
    2018 Washington 14
    2017 Washington 11

    Rushing Statistics Game Log

    Date Opponent Result
    9/1/2018 Auburn
    @ Atlanta, Georgia
    L 16 - 21
    9/8/2018 North Dakota W 45 - 3
    9/15/2018 @ Utah W 21 - 7
    9/22/2018 Arizona St. W 27 - 20
    9/29/2018 BYU W 35 - 7
    10/6/2018 @ UCLA W 31 - 24
    10/13/2018 @ Oregon L 27 - 30 (1OT)
    10/20/2018 Colorado W 27 - 13
    10/27/2018 @ California L 10 - 12
    11/3/2018 Stanford W 27 - 23
    11/17/2018 Oregon St. W 42 - 23
    11/23/2018 @ Washington St. W 28 - 15
    11/30/2018 Utah
    @ Santa Clara, CA
    W 10 - 3
    1/1/2019 Ohio St.
    @ Pasadena, Calif.
    L 23 - 28




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2022 NFL Draft Position Rankings:
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