NFLDS Ranking, Player, College, Ht, Wt 12 Zack Martin Notre Dame 6-4 308 His technique and awareness is as good as it gets for a college player. He is strong with good quickness. IMO, his best fit in the NFL is at OG. He has a well below average wingspan for an NFL OT. Even if he can be a decent OT, I think a team will always want to move him to OG because he will be better there. Arms on the shorter side (32-7/8"). 31 *David Yankey Stanford 6-6 315 Plays with good power. Reminds me of Travis Frederick in that he had poor times and bench numbers, but plays with good quickness and power. Good arm length at 34". Is a taller Guard and will occasionally let his pad level get too high, but generally plays with good technique. He should be a day 1 starter. Arm length (34"). 36 *Xavier Su'a-Filo UCLA 6-4 307 Very quick. Not a mauler, but so quick off the snap he generates good pop. Decent arm length (33-3/8"). Should be ready from day 1. 49 Gabe Jackson Mississippi State 6-3 336 Big, but not as powerful as expected. Does not have great explosiveness into blocks. Quickness is ok. Arm length is good (33-3/4"). Technique is ok but could use improvement. 71 Cyril Richardson Baylor 6-5 329 Really big but does not explode into blocks. Can be dominant on occasion but terrible on others. Long arms (34-5/8") and decent athleticism. Technique is not consistent. Lacks aggressiveness. 79 Billy Turner North Dakota State 6-5 315 Explodes into blocks. Aggressive and plays through the whistle. Moves around effortlessly. Small School LT. Not much technique, but he didn't need it to dominate at that level of competition. Can probably play OT, but would be an ideal OG in a zone scheme. Good arm length (34"). Will need some time to develop technique, but high upside. 86 Dakota Dozier Furman 6-4 313 Very strong hands and upper body. Quicker than measured times. Good balance. Aggressive. College LT. Good arm length for OG (33-7/8"). Better hand usage than most college players. 97 *Marcus Martin Southern California 6-3 320 Very quick off he snap. Quick to the 2nd level. Aggressive. Played well against the much bigger Louis Nix. Shouldn't have any problem playing either OG or OC. Arm Length (34"). 120 Anthony SteenInjured Alabama 6-3 314 Overachiever. Got the most out of his limited physical ability. Not overly quick or strong. Very short arms (30-1/2"). 137 Brandon Thomas Clemson 6-3 317 Good balance. Strong with good quickness. Hand usage could improve. College LT should move to OG. Very good arm length (34-3/4"). 151 Chris Watt Notre Dame 6-3 310 Gets the job done with effort and awareness. Sloppy build and not a great athlete. At best average strength and quickness. Arms on the shorter side (32-3/4). Wouldn't be surprised if he becomes a starter, but it won't be pretty. 159 Jon Halapio Florida 6-3 323 Decent strength and quickness but not great. Hand usage and upper body strength need work. On the ground too much. Arm length is decent (33-5/8), but he appears to struggle with tall, long armed players. Has upside with improved technique. 177 Brandon Linder Miami (Fla.) 6-6 311 I don't see much here. He might have weight room strength, but no explosive on field power. Lacks quickness or balance. Long arms (34-1/2"). 201 *Russell Bodine North Carolina 6-3 310 Played Center. Strong. Arm length is on the shorter side (32-1/2"). Quickness is not great but good enough. 225 Kadeem Edwards Tennessee State 6-4 313 Powerful, aggressive run blocker. Pass Pro is OK, not great. Just lines up an hits people without much technique. Good upside with Pro Coaching. Really long arms (35-1/2"). 234 John Urschel Penn State 6-3 313 Not a wow player, but consistent and gets the job done. Doesn't not appear to get beat often. Has a 4.0 GPA with a Masters in Mathematics. Arm length (33"). 240 Spencer Long (Injured) Nebraska 6-5 320 All out balls to the wall effort. Plays almost the point of being out of control. Pulls often with very good speed. Good power. Technique is OK but not as refined as you might expect with a Wisconsin OL. Has the build of an OT. 248 Ryan Groy Wisconsin 6-5 316 274 Andrew Norwell Ohio State 6-6 316 292 Brian Clarke Bloomsburg 6-2 305 319 Zach Fulton Tennessee 6-5 316 338 Austin Wentworth Fresno State 6-4 315 340 *Trai Turner LSU 6-3 310 Solid big school OG. Way underrated by NFLDS. Plays with good balance, power, quickness and awareness. Technique is OK but can improve. Good arm length (34"). The NFLDS ranking must have been based on 2012 when he was a redshirt freshman. He is mid round pick, IMO. Has upside coming out as a redshirt Sophomore.