The prospects on the interior of the offensive line don’t offer the same top-flight quality as does the offensive tackle position but make no mistake about it, the center and guard positions are loaded with legitimate NFL prospects.  Guards will litter the draft’s second day while a few centers could sneak into the third round.

# Name School Year Round
1 David Yankey Stanford 4Jr 1-2

Terrific guard prospect that’s effective on the line of scrimmage or blocking in motion.  Plays with terrific fundamentals, strong at the point of attack and easily gets to the second level to annihilate linebackers.  Offers first round potential and comes with a large upside.

2 La’el Collins LSU 3Jr 2nd
College left tackle better suited for guard.  Athletic, smooth and easily moves about the field.  Terrific pass protector and shows a lot of skill blocking in motion.  Looked dominant at guard in 2012.
3 Cyril Richardson Baylor 5Sr 2nd
Large, powerful lineman that consistently dominates opponents.  Strong, controls opponents and plays both tough and smart.  Likely to struggle in a zone blocking scheme.
4 Xavier Su’a-Filo UCLA 3Jr 2nd
Versatile tackle/guard prospect best on the inside.  Possesses a thick build, blocks with leverage and shows a good degree of versatility in his game.  Has a funky body shape and reportedly short arms but comes with starting potential for the next level.
5 Anthony Steen Alabama 5Sr 2-3
Tough, efficient blocker who gets the most from his ability.  Plays with terrific fundamentals, keeps his head on a swivel and plays through the whistle.  Not a dominator and lacks great upside yet polished.
6 Gabe Jackson Mississippi State 5Sr 2-3
Dominant small area blocker whose game has leveled off.  Tough, strong and controls opponents once engaged at the point of attack.  Lacks great upside but does offer starting potential for the next level.
7 Billy Turner North Dakota State 4Sr 3rd
Small school left tackle prospect better inside at guard.  Fluid, athletic and strong.  Plays with a nasty attitude, works through the whistle and a terrific run blocker.  Lacks the footwork necessary to stay on the blind side yet has a tremendous amount of upside in his game.

Best of the Rest

Rnd Full Name School Year
3rd Adam Shead Oklahoma 4Jr
3-4 Kaleb Johnson Rutgers 3Jr
4th Joel Bitonio Nevada 5Sr
4th Charles Leno Boise State 5Sr
4th A.J. Cann South Carolina 4Jr
5th Zach Fulton Tennessee 4Sr
5th Ryan Groy Wisconsin 5Sr
5th Chris Burnette Georgia 5Sr
5th Andrew Donnal Iowa 4Jr
5th Josh Campion Minnesota 3So
5th Josue Matias Florida State 3Jr
5th Andrew Norwell Ohio State 4Sr
5th Brandon Thomas Clemson 5Sr
5th Trey Hopkins Texas 4Sr
6th Jon Halapio Florida 5Sr
6th Jarvis Harrison Texas A&M 4Jr
6th John Miller Louisville 3Jr
6th John Urschel Penn State 5Sr
6th Michael Schofield Michigan 5Sr
4th Alex Bullard Tennessee 5Sr
6-7 Keenan Taylor Kansas State 5Sr
6-7 Melvin Meggs South Alabama 4Jr
6-7 Jake Alexander Tulsa 4Jr
6-7 Miles Dieffenbach Penn State 4Jr
7th Brey Cook Arkansas 3Jr
7th Cyril Lemon North Texas 3Jr
7th Bobby Hart Florida State 3Jr
7th Cody Whitehair Kansas State 3So
7th Marcus Hall Ohio State 5Sr
7th Matt Feiler Bloomsburg 4Sr
7th Chris Watt Notre Dame 5Sr
7th Brandon Linder Miami-Fl 4Sr
7-FA Ethan Tuftee Iowa State 5Sr
7-FA Laken Tomlinson Duke 4Jr
7-FA Caleb Bak Minnesota 4Jr
7-FA Dakota Dozier Furman 5Sr
7-FA Spencer Long Nebraska 5Sr
FA Ronald Patrick South Carolina 4Sr
FA Brian Clarke Bloomsburg 4Sr
FA Cody Wichmann Fresno State 4Jr
FA Tyler Shatley Clemson 5Sr
FA Kadeem Edwards Tennessee State 4Sr
FA Chade Slade Auburn 4Jr
FA Austen Bujnoch Cincinnati 5Sr
FA Daniel Quave La-Lafayette 4Jr
FA Steven Haunga Arkansas State 5Sr
FA Davonte Wallace New Mexico State 4Sr
FA Michael Philipp Oregon State 5Sr
FA Dallas Lee Georgia 5Sr
FA Alex Lewis Nebraska 3Jr
FA Bobby Vardaro Boston College 4Jr
FA Anthony Fabiano Harvard 3Jr
FA Josh Williford LSU 5Sr
FA D.J. Morrell Old Dominion 4Sr
FA Mike Nelson Central Washington 5Sr
FA Antwan Lowery Rutgers 5Sr
FA Harris Williams Boston College 4Jr
FA Eric Schultz Utah State 5Sr
FA John Martinez USC 5Sr
FA Garrett Scott Marshall 4Sr
FA Kevin Danser Stanford 5Sr
FA Will Latu Abilene Christian 4Sr
FA Mason Walters Texas 5Sr
FA Andre Civil Rutgers 4Sr
FA Nick Kasper San Jose State 4Sr
FA Chris Adcock California 4Jr
FA Greg Capella UCLA 5Sr
FA Andrew Rodriguez Nebraska 4Sr
FA Josh Andrews Oregon State 5Sr
FA Will Simmons East Carolina 5Sr
FA Jarrod Pughsley Akron 4Sr
FA Tyler Evans Oklahoma 5Sr
FA Terry Johnson La-Lafayette 3Jr
FA Bronson Irwin Oklahoma 4Sr
FA Larry Banks Louisiana Tech 5Sr
FA Karim Barton Morgan State 4Sr
FA Will Jackson Georgia Tech 5Sr
FA David Born Old Dominion 5Sr
FA William Ray Robinson III North Carolina A&T 4Jr
FA Percy Taumoelau Utah 5Sr
FA Tyler Strong Wyoming 4Sr
FA James Markosian Utah State 5Sr
FA Abasi Salimu Nicholls State 5Sr
FA Jordan Davis East Carolina 5Sr
FA Jake Smith Louisville 4Jr
FA Josh Walker Middle Tennessee 5Sr
FA Wes Gavin Yale 4Sr
FA Jacob Fahrenkrug Florida State 5Sr
FA Jasen Carlson Buffalo 4Sr
FA Dominic Flewellyn Bowling Green 4Sr
FA Xavier Ruben x-Tarleton State 4Sr
FA Cody Burgess Southern Utah 5Sr
FA Marc Murtha South Dakota 5Sr
FA Justin McCray UCF 4Sr
FA Darryl Johnson New Mexico 5Sr
FA Jimmy Holtschlag Western Illinois 5Sr
FA Parker Graham Oklahoma State 5Sr
FA Conor Boffeli Iowa 5Sr
FA Tino Tuilata Midwestern State 4Sr
FA Josh Bucci Villanova 5Sr
FA Aslam Sterling Kansas 4Sr
FA A.J. Dalton Robert Morris 5Sr
FA Nick Chartain Nicholls State 5Sr


# Name School Year Round
1 Hroniss Grasu Oregon 4Jr 2-3
Mechanically sound lineman who stands out in every facet of the center position.  Smart, tough and works hard.  Blocks with terrific fundamentals.  Can play in multiple schemes.
2 Travis Swanson Arkansas 5Sr 3rd
Efficient, durable lineman that’s been a consistent force in college.  Understands the position and gets the most from his ability.  Lacks great upside yet rarely makes mistakes.
3 Gabe Ikard Oklahoma 5Sr 3-4
Moderately sized center with a terrific game film.  Plays smart, tough football and constantly beats opponents who look better on paper.  Overachiever that will do well at the next level.
4 Tyler Larsen Utah State 5Sr 3-4
Another overachieving blocker with next level potential.  Blocks with terrific fundamentals and displays a terrific head for the game.  Receives a wide variety of opinion in the scouting community.
5 Weston Richburg Colorado State 4Sr 4th
Terrific zone blocking prospect that’s been productive on the college level.  Quick, moves well on his feet and shows a good head for the position.

Best of the Rest

Round Full Name School Year
5th Jonotthan Harrison Florida 5Sr
5-6 Daniel Munyer Colorado 4Jr
5-6 Russell Bodine North Carolina 4Jr
6th Tom Farniok Iowa State 4Jr
6th Zac Kerin Toledo 5Sr
6th B.J. Finney Kansas State 4Jr
6th Dillon Day Mississippi State 4Jr
6-7 Khalil Wilkes Stanford 4Jr
7th Shane McDermott Miami-Fl 4Jr
7th Bryan Stork Florida State 5Sr
7th James Stone Tennessee 4Sr
FA Gus Handler Colorado 5Sr
FA Corey Linsley Ohio State 5Sr
FA Andrew Miller Virginia Tech 5Sr
FA Josh Allen Louisiana-Monroe 4Sr
FA Alex Mateas Connecticut 4Jr
FA Matt Armstrong Grand Valley State 6Sr
FA Dillon Farrell New Mexico 5Sr
FA Macky MacPherson Syracuse 4Sr
FA Chris Elkins Youngstown State 4Sr
FA Matt Paradis Boise State 5Sr
FA Pat Eger West Virginia 5Sr
FA Cole Pensick Nebraska 5Sr
FA Evan Swindall Mississippi 4Sr
FA Sean Conway Western Kentucky 5Sr
FA Harris Bivin Murray State 4Sr