2019 NFL Draft Offensive Tackle Rankings

It’s clear that there is a shortage of good offensive lineman in the NFL and the tackle position may be in the biggest need. That could be why we saw Kolton Miller get drafted 15th overall when most analysts felt he was a late first round pick at best. The 2019 tackle class looks good on paper with a need at the position we could see multiple prospect being selected in the first round. Listed below are the 2019 NFL Draft Offensive Tackle Rankings with plenty of additional player information provided in the links.

***Only Players whose game tapes have been broken down are listed. New Players are added on a regular basis.***

 QB | RB | WR | TE | OT | iOL | DL | Edge | LB | CB | S | Top 102

2019 NFL Draft Offensive Tackle Rankings

1 Jonah Williams Alabama JR 6’5 301

2 Jawaan Taylor Florida JR 6’5 328

3 Andre Dillard Washington State SR 6’5 315

4 Dalton Risner Kansas State SR 6’5 308

5 Cody Ford Oklahoma JR 6’4 338

6 Yodny Cajuste West Virginia SR 6’5 321

7 Greg Little Mississippi JR 6’6 325

8 Max Scharping Northern Illinois SR 6’6 320

9 Kaleb McGary Washington SR 6’8 325

10 Tytus Howard Alabama State SR 6’5 322

11 David Edwards Wisconsin JR 6’7 319

12 Mitch Hyatt Clemson SR 6’5 305

13 Bobby Evans Oklahoma JR 6’4 316

14 Casey Tucker Arizona State SR 6’5 296

15 Martez Ivey Florida SR 6’5 305

QB | RB | WR | TE | OT | iOL | DL | Edge | LB | CB | S | Top 102

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