1. Dan Feeney, Indiana
The All-American has 37 career starts and only allowed one sack. His size and athleticism translates very well to the NFL and he’ll be a plug and play starter.
2. Forrest Lamp, Western Kentucky
Lamp started for four years at LT for WKU, but he’s going to have to transition inside to guard in the NFL. He lacks the ideal wingspan for tackle, but has high potential on the interior.
3. Dion Dawkins, Temple
Here is another guy that played tackle in college and is going to need to transition to guard. He has great size, but struggles against the edge rush and has technique and character concerns. He possesses great size and strength and should me an multi-year starter in the NFL.
4. Dorian Johnson, Pitt
Johnson has plenty of experience at guard and may lack some athleticism. He’s a road grader in the run game, and a very consistent player.
5. Isaac Asiata, Utah
Asiata is a powerful, experienced player who is efficient in the run and pass game. The biggest knock on him is his age as he’s already 24, having completed is LDS mission.