1. Eric Fisher, Central Michigan - Fisher may be the top overall prospect at the Senior Bowl when it's all said and done. He has the length, strength and athleticism to likely become a bookend left tackle sooner than later. On Tuesday, he rarely looked tested no matter the drill or situation, proving sturdy and explosive upon contact.
2. Lane Johnson, Oklahoma - Stout with a tremendous base, Johnson flashed top-notch skill all afternoon against the South's best. He registered pancakes in both the running and passing game while seemingly not losing a single rep.
3. Brian Schwenke, California - not the biggest of longest of the offensive linemen, but the Cal product is tough up the gut. He put several big defensive tackles on the ground early in practice, and flexed his muscle as a pass-protector during 1-on-1s as well.
4. Hugh Thornton, Illinois - Strong at the point of attack and relentless thereafter, Thornton was the best drive blocker of the bunch Tuesday. He also showed very good balance against the moves of his counterparts during 1-on-1s.
5. Justin Pugh, Syracuse - Gritty and feisty, the redshirt-junior didn't win every rep. But just about every time he got beat, he looked more determined to get the better of his opponent the next time up. He looked stronger as the day progresses.