The most overlooked position in college football is the offensive line. Quarterbacks, running backs and wide receivers are always getting the credit, but it's the big men up front that make everything possible.
This past year we saw Tyron Smith, Mike Pouncey, Nate Solder, Anthony Castonzo, Danny Watkins, James Carpenter, Gabe Carimi and Derek Sherrod all go in the first round of the NFL Draft.
This year might not be much different with plenty of offensive linemen to choose from.
Some come from elite programs, while others come from the smaller guys, but either way it's the linemen in the trenches that make offenses possible.
Here are the top 10 offensive linemen in the country in 2011.