At nearly 6-7 and 313 pounds, he has the size and frame desired from offensive tackles in the NFL. The junior and two-year starter at left tackle won the Pac 12 Offensive Lineman of the Year Award as a junior, excelling in the run and pass game. His next step is refining some of his technique to reach his true potential as an NFL left or right tackle.
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A four-year senior from LSU, Collins started at left tackle his last two years – and some project him at both tackle and guard at the Pro Level. At 6-4 and 305 pounds, he is powerful and has a mean streak that allowed him to dominate opposing linemen. It might not always look pretty due to poor technique, but Collins often got the job done.
Photos of LSU OT La'el Collins
A five-year senior out of Pittsburgh – Clemmings checks in at 6-4 and 309 pounds – a converted DE his first two years in the program – Clemmings started at right tackle his junior and senior seasons. He has the body and athleticism to play tackle but is still learning proper technique as a late convert to the offensive line.
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A junior out of Miami, this 6-6, 329-pound monster started 25 games at left tackle during his career, and four on the right side a freshman. He has the size, wingspan and athleticism that will give him a chance to be successful long-term in the National Football League. He has blocked in man and zone schemes but lacks polish on his technique.
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A junior out of Florida, he started 19 games at left tackle for the Gators. At 6-5 and 307 pounds, he has great feet and natural athleticism, perfect for the left tackle spot. Independent scouts say he needs to get a little stronger and improve his awareness if he wants to be a dominant player on the pro level – he has a very high ceiling.
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