Written by Luke Easterling on April 18, 2015
1. Cam Erving | Florida State | 6’5″, 313 | Grade: 1st Round
A former tackle, Erving was moved inside last season due to injuries, and it actually did wonders for his draft stock. It’s not often that going from tackle to center makes you more valuable, but while Erving was solid on the outside, he became a dominant center for the Seminoles.
2. Andy Gallik | Boston College | 6’2″, 306 | Grade: 3rd Round
He’s not the most athletic guy in this class, but Gallik is a solid technician who just finds a way to get the job done. He has the power and functional strength to be effective at the point of attack, and while he’s not likely to be the second center off the board, he could end up being one of the better values in the middle rounds.
3. Hroniss Grasu | Oregon | (read more…)