#1 rated C by Mike Mayock-NFL.com-CBS
3 yr. starter
Remington and Jacob award winner
USA Today All-american
highest rating: #2 (Fox sports) average rating: #6
2nd fastest DB in draft
raw, with great size/speed ratio
3/82- Le'Raven Clark-T-6'6-316-Texas Tech-5.0
highest rating: #4 (NFL.com) average rating: #7
longest arms in the draft: 36"
4 year starter (1RT-3 LT)
All big 12 (3 years)
has major upside-Pro bowl potential
highest rating: #8 (NFL.com) average rating:12
2 year starter
likely 1st rounder if he played another season
highest rating: #5 (Pro football draft guide) average rating: #10
100+ tackles Jr. and Sr. season
3 year starter
2 time team captain
All SEC (Jr)
5/155-Joe Haeg-T-6'6-307-North Dakota St.-5.1
highest rating: #8 (Fox sports) average rating: #12
2 time All-American
4 year National champ.
4 year starter (2 LT-2 RT)
raw, with Pro bowl potential
highest rating: #19 ( NFL.com) average rating: #42
highest rating: #5 (NFL.com) average rating: #10
4 year starter
3 time wrestling champ.
summary: lineman don't make a draft look overly sexy, but we all know that;s where the games are won (or lost). Kelly is a big time anchor in the critical middle of the O-line and should be Pro Bowl caliber, sooner, than later. Green is raw,but has the measurables to be a force. Clark and Ridgeway are big time talents that could could easily be viewed as having first round grades. Morrison is an undersized,yet productive enforcer type. Haeg has the makings of a good prospect, will need to get acclimated to the NFL-coming from a small college. Bates also comes from a school, that doesn't produce NFL talent, has what it takes physically. Blythe should be a compentent depth type player and comes from a program with a long history of quality NFL O-lineman. Very solid draft, filling the biggest need area ( for many years), as a whole, many of the players are gambles, who may develope into decent players and may not develope, at all. Plenty of potential and looks good on paper, time will tell.