Kelechi Osemele is a huge offensive lineman out of Iowa State, where he plays left tackle. However, at the NFL level he will most likely move inside to guard or over to right tackle.
At 6’6”, 345 lbs., Osemele has great size to complement his strength, and long arms, giving him the natural tools to be an effective interior blocker.
Osemele has great technique, bending at the knee and not the waist, and letting the defenders come onto him rather than reaching out for them while absorbing contact. He has quick feet, though not quite elite, and consistently finishes off his blocks well.
There are some small durability concerns with Osemele, as with all people his size. His weight will have to be strictly regimented to avoid him ballooning up in size (Max Starks anyone?) but otherwise he is a solid prospect who can anchor the Steelers line alongside Maurkice Pouncey for the next decade.