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  1. Anthony Castonzo gone in 2 years. wait tell last min. like ryan did ?
  2. ballard has trade up before best player need replacement for left tackle think him next too best lg in nfl .
  3. As an excellent athlete with elite balance, quick feet, and active hands; Alijah Vera-Tucker is a candidate for the Trojans’ open left tackle spot. He played guard for the entirety of the 2019 season, but his physical abilities . play both guard and tackle A high upside player, but might take some time to reach his full potential.
  4. Top candidate for an IOL so far in the limited film I have watched. Tremendous base and hands. He has outstanding power and can move in space, could be the top G prospect in 202
  5. OG Trey Smith (Tennessee) as really solid options for OL!!
  6. Even with OL improvements through draft and FA, would you take Sewell, arguably the best LT prospect in a decade or more? It’s probly to early but at this point I’d vote yes because he might be the most talented player in the draft next year. Quote Tweet
  7. He can also bench-press 500 pounds and squat nearly 700 pounds.. Another
  8. watch the video man he mean and strong just push guy down field.. https://twitter.com/search?q=Deonte Brown%2C Alabama&src=typeahead_click
  9. The interior offensive line was widely considered one of the weakest position groups in 2020. However, 2021 is a completely different story. I currently grade three players as first-round talents and up to 15 as day two talents. For comparison, only one interior offensive lineman was taken in the first round last year and a total of seven were taken in the first two days. With so much talent in this year’s class, here are my 2021 interior offensive line rankings. https://www.profootballnetwork.com/2021-interior-offensive-line-rankings-nfl-draft/
  10. If you’ve followed Ohio State football over the last couple of years, you know how valuable right guard Wyatt Davis is to the team. Out of Bellflower, California’s national powerhouse St. John Bosco High School, he came in ready to play. He’s arguably the most valuable player on the OSU offensive line. Count ESPN in the crowd that sees just how talented the six-foot, four-inch, 313 lb. mountain moving of a man is. The worldwide leader in sports programming has come out with a top ten list (subscription required) of best returning offensive lineman, and Davis checks in at No. 2, just behind Oregon’s Penei Sewell.
  11. NFL draft experts: Oregon Ducks OL Penei Sewell ‘becoming a legend overnight' To no one’s surprise Oregon Ducks left tackle and reigning Outland Trophy winner Penei Sewell ... Renner: “He’s just ridiculous. He’s just utterly different than any other guy - even compared to last year’s tackle class. Like, you watch Jedrick Wills, freak. Andrew Thomas, a freak. Penei Sewell is athleticism, plus explosiveness, plus strength, plus size. Like, all of it, and then technique. ... He is as good as it gets at the tackle position that I’ve seen in college.” Gayle: “Oh man.” Renner: “He’s a monster. Straight up, built different.” PFF graded Sewell as college football’s No. 3 overall player during the 2019 season, draft him next year
  12. Philip Rivers Reportedly Being Vetted by Colts Ahead of 2020 NFL Free Agency PAUL KASABIANFEBRUARY 28, 2020 https://sports.yahoo.com/m/52c17ea1-3d84-3604-a59e-9651a8eed4f7/philip-rivers-reportedly.html
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