Sebastian Vollmer(pictured above) - OT - Houston - Vollmer is from Germany and didn't begin playing football until he was 14 years old. Prototypical size at 6'8", 312 lbs., Vollmer is still raw. Long arms, only average strength. Better suited for right tackle instead of left tackle. Likely an early second day pick.
T.J. Lang - OG - Eastern Michigan - A left tackle in college, Lang will have to play inside in the NFL due to his lack of athleticism. His versatility makes him a rising pick and he could go as early as the third round. Good size at 6'4", 316 lbs.
Blake Schlueter - C - TCU - Overshadowed by the fantastic crop of centers in this year's draft, Schlueter has great athleticism at 6'3", 290 lbs. as he ran in the 4.7's and registered a 35" vertical leap. Schlueter is projected as a late-round pick.
Paul Fanaika - OG - Arizona State - Massive 6'5", 327 lb. prospect was a former walk-on at ASU. Powerful upper body, but often lacks leverage. Will likely be undrafted.
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