This is not the year to be in the market for a left tackle, but teams looking for help at the other four offensive line positions have plenty of talent to chose from.
Central Michigan's Eric Fisher and Texas A&M's Luke Joeckel are the two elite prospects and should come off the board in the top 10. Following closely behind will be Oklahoma's Lane Johnson. But once those three are gone, there's no more immediate help on the blind side.
For teams in need of help on the right side, there will be plenty to chose from in the first three rounds. Alabama's D.J. Fluker and Syracuse's Justin Pugh are two names that should come off the board in the first or second round and could start immediately.
The interior line is particularly strong this year, and we could see two prospects come off the board in the top 20.
Alabama's Chance Warmack and North Carolina's Jonathan Cooper are the elite prospects at guard. But teams choosing to wait to address the position will still have plenty to chose from on the second day of the draft.
Kent State's Brian Winters is a sleeper to keep in mind. He played left tackle in college but has the nasty demeanor to excel on the inside at the next level.
There are also a number of sleepers in this class, such as Ohio State's Reid Fragel. A former tight end, Fragel has just one year of experience on the offensive line but clearly has the athleticism to develop into a left tackle.
Overall, this appears to be one of the strongest positions in the draft. The class features a nice mix of elite prospects, depth in the middle rounds and intriguing late-round guys.
Overall strength: great