Written by Luke Easterling, Senior Draft Analyst on March 29, 2015
1. Brandon Scherff | Iowa | 6’5″, 319 | Grade: Top 10
This year’s class doesn’t have the flashy “franchise LT” prospect that usually sets himself apart from the rest, but that doesn’t mean Scherff isn’t a stellar football player. Though he may be best used at guard at the next level, similar to Zack Martin and Joel Bitonio from last year’s draft, Scherff has plenty of successful experience at tackle and could very well stay there. He’s a mauler in the run game and will be a steal in the bottom of the top 10.
2. Jake Fisher | Oregon | 6’6′, 306 | Grade: 1st Round
Thought by many to be a mid-round projection at season’s end, Fisher is finally getting the credit he should have been receiving all along, with some putting him into the first-round conversation. At worst, Fisher is a plug-and-play starter at right (read more…)