2020 NFL Draft Offensive Tackle Rankings

If you look at any of the best teams in the NFL you’ll notice that they have a strong offensive line. And while there has been a big emphasis lately on protecting the middle, offensive tackles continue to be a focal point of team building. Gone are the days of having an athletic left tackle and a big physical plotting right tackle. In today’s NFL you need athletes on both sides. Our 2020 NFL Draft Offensive Tackle Rankings take a look at the tackles in this class.

***Only Players whose game tape has been broken down will be ranked. New Players added throughout the process***

QB | RB | WR | TE | OT | iOL | DL | Edge | LB | CB | S | Top 96

2020 NFL Draft Offensive Tackle Rankings

1 Tristan Wirfs Iowa JR 6’5 320

2 Jedrick Wills Alabama JR 6’5 320

3 Andrew Thomas Georgia JR 6’5 320

4 Trey Adams Washington SR 6’8 306

5 Mekhi Becton Louisville JR 6’7 369

6 Lucas Niang TCU SR 6’7 328

7 Prince Tega Wanogho Auburn SR 6’7 301

8 Austin Jackson USC JR 6’6 310

QB | RB | WR | TE | OT | iOL | DL | Edge | LB | CB | S | Top 96

2 Comments

  1. Surprised to see Thomas ranked at #3 on this list. Also not too sure I agree that two Alabama tackles are ranked in the top 4.

    • I really liked Willis when I watched him as he completely locked down the defenders. Thomas I think is good, but I just feel like I need to see more out of him. Know I’m lower than the majority on him, but we’ll see how it plays out over the course of the process.

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