The next level prospects on the offensive line positions from small schools are stronger than any other unit from the scoring side of the ball.  The senior class is headlined by a pair of highly rated guards and the area also offers a few sleepers later down the board.

Offensive Line

RndFull NamePosSchoolYrComments
3-4Amini SilatoluGMidwestern St5SrJunior college transfer that’s lighting it up and getting rave reviews. Plays left tackle but projects to guard. Offers a lot of upside.
4thRishaw JohnsonGCal-Pa4SrMississippi transfer. Large, powerful lineman that can dominate the opposition when focused and motivated.
5thSherman CarterCTennessee St4JrTerrific small school center with a high upside. Explosive, strong and effective on his feet. Solid size and growth potential. A lot to like about his game.
6thRodney AustinGElon5SrTerrific zone blocking prospect that moves well on his feet and shows outstanding range. Needs to improve his strength yet an outstanding zone blocking prospect.
6thGino GradkowskiGDelaware5SrTough, strong blocker that easily controls defenders once engaged the point of attack. Shows the ability to slide in space.
7thChuck BurtonTMontana4SrCollege right tackle that shows terrific quickness, explosion and movement skills. Definite next level skills at guard or tackle.
FAGeorge BiasGStephen F. Austin5SrFluid, agile college tackle that projects to guard at the next level. Potential zone blocking prospect.
FAJeff AdamsTColumbia4SrFundamentally sound lineman that stands out in pass protection. Must get stronger and improve his run blocking yet has upside.
FALamar YoungGDelta State5JrFormer Maryland lineman that showed a lot of skill and strength at the point. Has an upside but must get it back together.
FACordell BellGMinnesota St4SrAthletic, zone blocking lineman with a lot of upside.
FAThomas ComptonTSouth Dakota5SrStrong, nasty small school left tackle that projects to the right side or possibly guard in the NFL.
FAJosh SpearinGMaine3JrRelatively athletic college tackle that projects to guard. Fundamentally sound. Has an upside.
FANick CandlerTNorthern Colorado4Jr
FAJ.C. OramGWeber State5SrStrong, nasty blocker that works hard and stands out in pass protection. Serviceable backup for the next level.
FARafael VasquezTHampton4SrLarge tackle prospect that moves relatively well on his feet. Transferred from Tulane but dismissed from the University and no longer on the Hampton roster.
FADustin WaldronTPortland State4SrSolid position blocker that plays with terrific fundamentals. Must get stronger yet has and upside.
FAKevin MurphyTHarvard4SrStrong small school tackle with a nice size and growth potential. Displays a lot of small area power and explosion.
FAPaul CornickTNorth Dakota State5SrVersatile lineman with good size. Strong at the point. Needs room to work and best as a right side tackle prospect.
FALee BarbiaszTNorthern Colorado5SrUnderrated tackle prospect with terrific size, length and playing mechanics. Has an upside.
FARyan WalstromTWestern State5Sr
FADJ HallCTexas State5Sr
FAJay TeplyTNorthern Iowa5SrLarge, powerful college left tackle that is better in confined quarters and best position is on the right side.
FAMatt MattoxGMount Union3JrBig, strong, small area blocker that’s a serviceable player for the next level.
FADaryl WardGArkansas Tech3JrThick, powerful small school tackle with potential at guard.
FAMalcolm BoydGLiberty3JrFundamentally sound lineman that displays a lot of skill in pass protection.
FAChet WelcCCal-Pa4JrUndersized yet explosive blocker in the middle of the field. Moves well on his feet and stands out in all aspects. Possible blocking tight end for the next level.
FAQuintin RichardsonGHampton5SrOne time highly rated prospect who began his college career at South Carolina. Academically ineligible this season and left Hampton.
FABrian FolkertsGWashburn4Sr
FAJon OpperudTMontana4SrLarge, strong yet immobile lineman.
FADan MathaTIndiana-PA.?5Sr
FACody WhiteGIllinois State4Sr