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Brian Martin’s 2021 NFL Draft Interior Offensive Lineman Rankings

Ranking the Top 10 interior offensive lineman in the 2021 draft class.

In a normal offseason we’d all be preparing to watch and learn more about some this year’s top prospects at the NFL Scouting Combine, but this is anything but a normal offseason. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic just about all in person workouts have been shut down, including the Scouting Combine. That’s not great news as it relates to the evaluation process.

Without these tools scouts and draft analysts are going to have to rely heavily on film more than they probably have at any point in recent history. As such, we might not see as much change in how these players are ranked right now and on Draft Day in April. With that in mind, I thought I’d share with you my Top 10 players at each position.

Today, we will take a look at the interior offensive lineman positions.

POSITIONAL RANKINGS

OFFENSE: QBRBWR | TE | OT

DEFENSE: IDLEDGELBCBS

PLAYER POS SCHOOL
1. Alijah Vera-Tucker IOL USC
2. Landon Dickerson IOL Alabama
3. Wyatt Davis IOL Ohio State
4. Creed Humphrey IOL Oklahoma
5. Deonte Brown IOL Alabama
6. Quinn Meinerz IOL Wisconsin-Whitewater
7. Josh Myers IOL Ohio State
8. Aaron Banks IOL Notre Dame
9. Trey Smith IOL Tennessee
10. Drake Jackson IOL Kentucky

What do you think?

Brian Martin

Written by Brian Martin

Level C2/C3 quadriplegic. College graduate with a bachelors degree in sports and health sciences-concentration sports management. Sports enthusiast. Dallas Cowboys fanatic. Lover of life with a glass half-full point of view.

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  1. Hey Brian I don’t know much about the guys on your list but I do know about your number 2 guy L D . I watched him in high school and not only is he a big guy but he possesses the one intangible that is missing in a lot of big men and that is he is full on the mean nasty! He was so aggressive in HS he led the league in unnecessary roughness penalties ( not because he was a dirty player but because he was just really aggressive) he would drive guys 20 yards down the field then pancake them! When I coached football the problem that our coaches would have with big kids was trying to make them more aggressive! With Landon the good problem was trying to keep him from driving somebody up in the stands every play!

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