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Mike Pouncey (G/C): Florida
Pouncey has a lot to live up to after his twin brother Markice Pouncey's elite rookie season. However, he certainly has the tool to do so. While possessing shorter arms and less bulk than his twin, Mike is still the best interior offensive lineman in the draft. He is athletic enough to mirror in space, he can create lanes and good push in the running game.
Danny Watkins (G): Baylor
Watkins is a big body who played left tackle at Baylor, but will be kicked inside in the NFL. He is a great pass protector when inside, who will be able to blanket the best defensive tackles in the league. He will never be a real mauler in the run game, but will not allow penetration and can use his bulk (310 lbs) to get the upper hand in match ups with 3 technique defensive ends. The biggest knock on him is his age. He will be a 27 year old rookie.
Stefen Wisniewski (C): Penn State
Wisniewski was a top college center who may lack the bulk or lower body strength to be a dominant player in the NFL. He reminds me of Dominic Raiola (so Lions fans will avoid him like the plague). Stefen is a technically sound blocker who will be best in the passing game. His lack of bulk and strength will make him a liability, or at best a non-factor in the run game.
Jason Pinkston (G): Pittsburgh
Pinkston is another college tackle who will kick inside when he reaches the NFL. He is a powerful pusher in the run game, and has a knack for sticking to his man in pass protection. He is not the most instinctive player, and will be confused by stunts plays, and will end up blocking no-one when he reaches the second level.
DeMarcus Love (G): Arkansas
The third former college tackle, Love was still projected as a tackle at the Senior Bowl. However, his disappointing performance there has turned him into a guard prospect who may become a tackle later in his career. However, Love should be a very good guard in pass protection, who can use his length and has enough natural athleticism to keep with rushers. He has a real mean streak as a run blocker, and is strong enough to drive defenders backwards.