Draft breakdown: offensive linemen
One more top 10 list to discuss: here are today's offensive line prospects.
1, Jake Long, Tackle, 6-7, 315, Michigan: Already a rich man having signed with the Dolphins on Tuesday.
2, Branden Albert, Tackle, 6-6, 309, Virginia: Athletic former basketball player who has a resume strikingly similar to another Cavalier tackle, the Jets' D'Brickashaw Ferguson.
3, Ryan Clady, Tackle, 6-6, 316, Boise State: Well-built with long arms and reach that allow him to engage defenders; is considered very quick off the ball.
4, Jeff Otah, Tackle, 6-6, 340, Pittsburgh: Given his massive size, should be quite effective in the running game, however, lacks ideal mobility.
5, Gosder Cherilus, Tackle, 6-7, 315, Boston College: Has exceptional height and a long wingspan; will be tested against speedy NFL edge rushers.
6, Chris Williams, Tackle, 6-6, 315, Vanderbilt: Is considered very good against speed rushers because of his finesse, however, lacks a power game.
7, Chilo Rachal, Guard, 6-5, 315, USC: Consensus is he left school too early and lacks technique; needs seasoning as a run blocker.
8, Sam Baker, Tackle, 6-5, 312, USC: Will be a candidate to move to an interior position given his build; future will depend on team's needs.
9, Duane Brown, Tackle, 6-4, 315, Virginia Tech: The former tight end has rare athleticism but will likely miss out on the first round because of inconsistency.
10, Mike Pollak, Tackle, 6-4, 299, Arizona State: Has extensive experience with 36 starts but figures to be downgraded because of a lack of quickness.