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Like Kendricks, Schwartz may go as early as the middle of the second round.
Schwartz is a mammoth of an OT and has started 51 games for the Golden Bears at either RT or LT, showing tons of versatility. At over 6'5 and 318 pounds, Schwartz has the prototypical size to be either a starting RT or LT in the NFL.
While his 5.45 40-yard dash won't impress anyone, he showed decent strength with 23 reps at the bench. Schwartz will need to work on his leverage in the pros as smaller DEs might be able to get under him. However, Schwartz could potentially be moved to guard like his brother Geoff (currently penciled in as a starting guard for the Minnesota Vikings).
Schwartz profiles somewhere between the seventh to 10th-best OT in a deep draft, but that doesn't mean he can't go off the board in the middle of Round 2, with teams like Buffalo, Seattle, Philadelphia, Chicago, Atlanta, or San Francisco potentially being interested.
I think he'll go somewhere between the middle of the second and middle of the third.
Prediction: Buffalo in the third, pick 71