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2019 NFL Draft: Pre-Combine OT, OG, C Rankings

February 26, 2019
Here are my top five offensive tackles, offensive guards and centers, along with some sleepers and players to watch out for at the NFL Scouting Combine (Feb. 26-March 4).

Offensive Tackles

1. Jawaan Taylor, Florida
2. Jonah Williams, Alabama
3. Dalton Risner, Kansas State
4. Yodny Cajuste, West Virginia
5. Andre Dillard, Washington State

Offensive Guards

1. Cody Ford, Oklahoma
2. Chris Lindstrom, Boston College
3. Connor McGovern, Penn State
4. Dru Samia, Oklahoma
5. Nate Davis, Charlotte

Centers

1. Garrett Bradbury, NC State
2. Erik McCoy, Texas A&M
3. Elgton Jenkins, Mississippi State
4. Ross Pierschbacher, Alabama
5. Lamont Gaillard, Georgia

Don't Forget About …

- Alabama State's Tytus Howard and Elon's Oli Udoh are small-school prospects to keep an eye on.

- This is a pretty good interior offensive line group. The tackles are hard to evaluate, though. Is Cody Ford a tackle or a guard? The same can be asked of Jonah Williams and Dalton Risner, who can also play center.

- Wisconsin offensive tackle David Edwards is another one to watch. He is a former tight end who is a masher in the run game, but he still seems to need some work in pass protection. He just missed my top five.

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Photo Credit: Gregg Forwerck/NC State Athletics