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NFL Draft 2015: Offensive lineman rankings

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Offensive lineman Brandon Scherff of Iowa speaks to the media during the 2015 NFL Scouting Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium on Feb. 19, 2015 in Indianapolis. Photo Credit: Getty Images / Joe Robbins

These are the top ranked offensive tackles, guards and centers as of now heading into the 2015 NFL Draft April 30-May 2 in Chicago. (All measurements are from the NFL Combine in Indianapolis Feb. 17-23.)

1. BRANDON SCHERFF

Class: Senior

School: Iowa

Ht: 6-5

Wt: 319

Arms: 33 3/8 in

Hands: 10 3/4 in

Bench: 23 reps

40-yard dash: 5.05 sec

Vert: DNP

Broad: DNP

Cone: DNP

Shuttle: DNP

Pros: Strong run blocker with great punch

Cons: Shorter arms and room to grow in pass protection may force him to play guard

2. LA'EL COLLINS

Class: Senior

School: LSU

Ht: 6-4

Wt: 305

Arms: 33 1/4 in

Hands: 10 3/8 in

Bench: 21 reps

40-yard dash: 5.12 sec

Vert: 27 in

Broad: 9

Cone: 6.60 sec

Shuttle: 4.63 sec

Pros: Versatile, athletic lineman who powers through defenders

Cons: Could stand to improve as pass protector

3. ANDRUS PEAT

Class: Junior

School: Stanford

Ht: 6-7

Wt: 313

Arms: 34 3/8 in

Hands: 10 5/8 in

Bench: DNP

40-yard dash: 5.18 sec

Vert: 31 in

Broad: 8-9

Cone: 8.01 sec

Shuttle: 4.62 sec

Pros: Excellent frame; powerful run blocker

Cons: Occasionally bends at the waist in pass protection, limiting his effectiveness

4. T.J. CLEMMINGS

Class: Senior

School: Pittsburgh

Ht: 6-5

Wt: 309

Arms: 35 1/8 in

Hands: 10 3/8 in

Bench: 22 reps

40-yard dash: 5.14 sec

Vert: 32 1/2 in

Broad: 9-3

Cone: 7.68 sec

Shuttle: 4.54 sec

Pros: Long-armed, athletic blocker with good physical traits

Cons: Former defensive end is still learning how to play tackle; played solely on right side in college

5. ERECK FLOWERS

Class: Junior

School: Miami (Fla.)

Ht: 6-6

Wt: 329

Arms: 34 1/2 in

Hands: 9 7/8 in

Bench: 37 reps

40-yard dash: 5.31 sec

Vert: DNP

Broad: DNP

Cone: DNP

Shuttle: DNP

Pros: Big frame; good in both run blocking and pass protection

Cons: Missed time in 2014 due to injuries

6. TY SAMBRAILO

Class: Sr. School: Colorado St.

Ht: 6-6

Wt: 311

Arms: 33 in

Hands: 10 in

Bench: 23 reps

40-yard dash: 5.36 sec

Vert: 29 in

Broad: 8-1

Cone: 7.54 sec

Shuttle: 4.58 sec

Pros: Versatile lineman who is light on his feet

Cons: Has strength concerns when facing more powerful rushers

7. JAKE FISHER

Class: Senior

School: Oregon

Ht: 6-6

Wt: 306

Arms: 33 3/4 in

Hands: 10 3/8 in

Bench: 25 reps

40-yard dash: 5.01 sec

Vert: 32 1/2 in

Broad: DNP

Cone: 7.25 sec

Shuttle: 4.33 sec

Pros: Athletic lineman who plays with quick feet

Cons: Battled sprained knee toward end of 2014 season

8. D.J. HUMPHRIES

Class: Senior

School: Florida

Ht: 6-5

Wt: 307

Arms: 33 5/8 in

Hands: 10 in

Bench: 26 reps

40-yard dash: 5.12 sec

Vert: 31 in

Broad: 8-8

Cone: 7.87 sec

Shuttle: 4.64 sec

Pros: Athletic lineman who plays with quick feet

Cons: Durability issues; not as powerful as frame would suggest

9. CAMERON ERVING

Class: Senior

School: Florida St.

Ht: 6-5

Wt: 313

Arms: 34 1/8 in

Hands: 10 3/8 in

Bench: 30 reps

40-yard dash: 5.15 sec

Vert: 30 1/2 in

Broad: 9-4

Cone: 7.48 sec

Shuttle: 4.63 sec

Pros: Former defensive tackle is athletic with quick feet

Cons: Still raw technique-wise; struggles against speed rush will limit him to interior line

10. A.J. CANN

Class: Senior

School: South Carolina

Ht: 6-4

Wt: 313

Arms: 32 5/8 in

Hands: 10 1/4 in

Bench: 26 reps

40-yard dash: DNP

Vert: DNP

Broad: DNP

Cone: DNP

Shuttle: DNP

Pros: Consistent, powerful guard who is a strong run blocker

Cons: Limited to power scheme because of lack of agility

11. CEDRIC OGBUEHI

Class: Senior

School: Texas A&M

Ht: 6-5

Wt: 306

Arms: 35 7/8 in

Hands: 10 in

Bench: 23 reps

40-yard dash: DNP sec

Vert: DNP

Broad: DNP

Cone: DNP

Shuttle: DNP

Pros: Agile, athletic blocker who moves well for his size

Cons: Tore ACL at end of 2014 season; may be best suited at right tackle

12. LAKEN TOMLINSON

Class: Senior

School: Duke

Ht: 6-3

Wt: 323

Arms: 33 5/8 in

Hands: 10 1/8 in

Bench: 25 reps

40-yard dash: 5.33 sec

Vert: 31 1/2 in

Broad: 8-7

Cone: 8.17 sec

Shuttle: 4.87 sec

Pros: Strong blocker with a good anchor; impressed at Senior Bowl

Cons: Not very athletic or effective when asked to block on the run

13. DARYL WILLIAMS

Class: Senior

School: Oklahoma

Ht: 6-5

Wt: 327

Arms: 35 in

Hands: 9 3/4 in

Bench: 27 reps

40-yard dash: 5.34 sec

Vert: 26 in

Broad: 8-1

Cone: DNP

Shuttle: 5.15 sec

Pros: Tough, physical lineman who drives defenders back at snap

Cons: Doesn't have great athleticism

14. JEREMIAH POUTASI

Class: Junior

School: Utah

Ht: 6-5

Wt: 335

Arms: 33 7/8 in

Hands: 9 1/2 in

Bench: 26 reps

40-yard dash: 5.32 sec

Vert: 26 1/2 in

Broad: 7-11

Cone: 8.09 sec

Shuttle: 4.89 sec

Pros: Versatile lineman who has good size

Cons: Struggles against speed rushers, which may force him to guard in pros

15. REESE DISMUKES

Class: Senior

School: Auburn

Ht: 6-3

Wt: 296

Arms: 32 1/4 in

Hands: 8 7/8 in

Bench: 23 reps

40-yard dash: 5.31 sec

Vert: 27 1/2 in

Broad: 8-11

Cone: 8.14 sec

Shuttle: 4.70 sec

Pros: Tough lineman who is good when asked to block on move

Cons: Does not have great athleticism

16. HRONISS GRASU

Class: Senior

School: Oregon

Ht: 6-3

Wt: 297

Arms: 32 1/8 in

Hands: 10 1/4 in

Bench: DNP

40-yard dash: DNP

Vert: DNP

Broad: DNP

Cone: DNP

Shuttle: DNP

Pros: Athletic technician blocks well when on the move

Cons: Not very powerful, possibly due to smaller size

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