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.

#NameSchoolYearRound
1David YankeyStanford4Jr1-2

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.

2La’el CollinsLSU3Jr2nd
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.
3Cyril RichardsonBaylor5Sr2nd
Large, powerful lineman that consistently dominates opponents.  Strong, controls opponents and plays both tough and smart.  Likely to struggle in a zone blocking scheme.
4Xavier Su’a-FiloUCLA3Jr2nd
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.
5Anthony SteenAlabama5Sr2-3
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.
6Gabe JacksonMississippi State5Sr2-3
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.
7Billy TurnerNorth Dakota State4Sr3rd
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
3rdAdam SheadOklahoma4Jr
3-4Kaleb JohnsonRutgers3Jr
4thJoel BitonioNevada5Sr
4thCharles LenoBoise State5Sr
4thA.J. CannSouth Carolina4Jr
5thZach FultonTennessee4Sr
5thRyan GroyWisconsin5Sr
5thChris BurnetteGeorgia5Sr
5thAndrew DonnalIowa4Jr
5thJosh CampionMinnesota3So
5thJosue MatiasFlorida State3Jr
5thAndrew NorwellOhio State4Sr
5thBrandon ThomasClemson5Sr
5thTrey HopkinsTexas4Sr
6thJon HalapioFlorida5Sr
6thJarvis HarrisonTexas A&M4Jr
6thJohn MillerLouisville3Jr
6thJohn UrschelPenn State5Sr
6thMichael SchofieldMichigan5Sr
4thAlex BullardTennessee5Sr
6-7Keenan TaylorKansas State5Sr
6-7Melvin MeggsSouth Alabama4Jr
6-7Jake AlexanderTulsa4Jr
6-7Miles DieffenbachPenn State4Jr
7thBrey CookArkansas3Jr
7thCyril LemonNorth Texas3Jr
7thBobby HartFlorida State3Jr
7thCody WhitehairKansas State3So
7thMarcus HallOhio State5Sr
7thMatt FeilerBloomsburg4Sr
7thChris WattNotre Dame5Sr
7thBrandon LinderMiami-Fl4Sr
7-FAEthan TufteeIowa State5Sr
7-FALaken TomlinsonDuke4Jr
7-FACaleb BakMinnesota4Jr
7-FADakota DozierFurman5Sr
7-FASpencer LongNebraska5Sr
FARonald PatrickSouth Carolina4Sr
FABrian ClarkeBloomsburg4Sr
FACody WichmannFresno State4Jr
FATyler ShatleyClemson5Sr
FAKadeem EdwardsTennessee State4Sr
FAChade SladeAuburn4Jr
FAAusten BujnochCincinnati5Sr
FADaniel QuaveLa-Lafayette4Jr
FASteven HaungaArkansas State5Sr
FADavonte WallaceNew Mexico State4Sr
FAMichael PhilippOregon State5Sr
FADallas LeeGeorgia5Sr
FAAlex LewisNebraska3Jr
FABobby VardaroBoston College4Jr
FAAnthony FabianoHarvard3Jr
FAJosh WillifordLSU5Sr
FAD.J. MorrellOld Dominion4Sr
FAMike NelsonCentral Washington5Sr
FAAntwan LoweryRutgers5Sr
FAHarris WilliamsBoston College4Jr
FAEric SchultzUtah State5Sr
FAJohn MartinezUSC5Sr
FAGarrett ScottMarshall4Sr
FAKevin DanserStanford5Sr
FAWill LatuAbilene Christian4Sr
FAMason WaltersTexas5Sr
FAAndre CivilRutgers4Sr
FANick KasperSan Jose State4Sr
FAChris AdcockCalifornia4Jr
FAGreg CapellaUCLA5Sr
FAAndrew RodriguezNebraska4Sr
FAJosh AndrewsOregon State5Sr
FAWill SimmonsEast Carolina5Sr
FAJarrod PughsleyAkron4Sr
FATyler EvansOklahoma5Sr
FATerry JohnsonLa-Lafayette3Jr
FABronson IrwinOklahoma4Sr
FALarry BanksLouisiana Tech5Sr
FAKarim BartonMorgan State4Sr
FAWill JacksonGeorgia Tech5Sr
FADavid BornOld Dominion5Sr
FAWilliam Ray Robinson IIINorth Carolina A&T4Jr
FAPercy TaumoelauUtah5Sr
FATyler StrongWyoming4Sr
FAJames MarkosianUtah State5Sr
FAAbasi SalimuNicholls State5Sr
FAJordan DavisEast Carolina5Sr
FAJake SmithLouisville4Jr
FAJosh WalkerMiddle Tennessee5Sr
FAWes GavinYale4Sr
FAJacob FahrenkrugFlorida State5Sr
FAJasen CarlsonBuffalo4Sr
FADominic FlewellynBowling Green4Sr
FAXavier Rubenx-Tarleton State4Sr
FACody BurgessSouthern Utah5Sr
FAMarc MurthaSouth Dakota5Sr
FAJustin McCrayUCF4Sr
FADarryl JohnsonNew Mexico5Sr
FAJimmy HoltschlagWestern Illinois5Sr
FAParker GrahamOklahoma State5Sr
FAConor BoffeliIowa5Sr
FATino TuilataMidwestern State4Sr
FAJosh BucciVillanova5Sr
FAAslam SterlingKansas4Sr
FAA.J. DaltonRobert Morris5Sr
FANick ChartainNicholls State5Sr

Centers

#NameSchoolYearRound
1Hroniss GrasuOregon4Jr2-3
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.
2Travis SwansonArkansas5Sr3rd
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.
3Gabe IkardOklahoma5Sr3-4
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.
4Tyler LarsenUtah State5Sr3-4
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.
5Weston RichburgColorado State4Sr4th
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
5thJonotthan HarrisonFlorida5Sr
5-6Daniel MunyerColorado4Jr
5-6Russell BodineNorth Carolina4Jr
6thTom FarniokIowa State4Jr
6thZac KerinToledo5Sr
6thB.J. FinneyKansas State4Jr
6thDillon DayMississippi State4Jr
6-7Khalil WilkesStanford4Jr
7thShane McDermottMiami-Fl4Jr
7thBryan StorkFlorida State5Sr
7thJames StoneTennessee4Sr
FAGus HandlerColorado5Sr
FACorey LinsleyOhio State5Sr
FAAndrew MillerVirginia Tech5Sr
FAJosh AllenLouisiana-Monroe4Sr
FAAlex MateasConnecticut4Jr
FAMatt ArmstrongGrand Valley State6Sr
FADillon FarrellNew Mexico5Sr
FAMacky MacPhersonSyracuse4Sr
FAChris ElkinsYoungstown State4Sr
FAMatt ParadisBoise State5Sr
FAPat EgerWest Virginia5Sr
FACole PensickNebraska5Sr
FAEvan SwindallMississippi4Sr
FASean ConwayWestern Kentucky5Sr
FAHarris BivinMurray State4Sr