OT David Sharpe is 6'6'' with a nice reach and a rangy frame. He has nimble feet for a man his size, and seemingly the only thing holding him back from being game-ready is improved technique and some added bulk. He has a mean streak, but if he wants to compete in the run game, he needs to get even meaner.
OG Nolan Kelleher is 6'6'' and 305 pounds, and a good portion of that weight comes form the upper body. Because of that, he seems like a logical fit at tackle, but Kelleher's contributions to the run game might be better suited at guard. He's very versatile, so it should be interesting to see how Will Muschamp chooses to use him.
OT Taven Bryan is one of the few, if any, prospects of note from the state of Wyoming. Like any big-country kid, he likes to mix it up in the pile. Unlike most big-country kids, he has rare athleticism at the offensive line position, which might even make him a candidate to switch to defense.
OG Travaris Dorsey weighs 315 pounds and might have the creepiest profile picture in ESPN recruiting history. Don't let that fool you, though. He's a powerful blocker who should only get better with college coaching. He relies on his size too much right now, but things like that can be fixed.
OT Kavaris Harkless comes over from Louisville, which wasn't able to retain him after losing Charlie Strong. The Cardinals' loss is the Gators' gain, as Harkless is an impressive 6'5'' athlete who likes to play nasty in the trench. He might be the hidden gem of this class.
OT Drew Sarvary is a 3-star prospect coming over from Tyler Junior College. Average in almost every facet of the game, he has good size at 310 pounds and should provide, at the very least, solid depth along the line. Sarvary rarely makes you notice him on tape, but for offensive linemen, that can sometimes be a good thing.