Having depth in the trenches is crucial for every football team, and in this year's NFL Draft, there's no shortage of offensive tackles coming off strong seasons in college.
Led by a Big Ten stalwart, here's a look at Mike Mayock's top OTs in the 2017 class, along with analysis from Lance Zierlein of NFL.com.
Ryan Ramczyk, Wisconsin
Strengths: Widely regarded as the best OT in the draft, the former D-III athlete consistently wins at the point of attack and plays with "urgent quickness."
Weaknesses: Frame, narrow shoulders and short arms can make it difficult for him to stop lengthy pass rushers.
Garett Bolles, Utah
Strengths: Athletic ability is considered elite. Has quick feet and can handle blocks from any angle.
Weaknesses: Frame is not ideal for the position; inconsistent in sustaining blocks and working at the second level.
Antonio Garcia, Troy
Strengths: Like Bolles, a strong athlete. Has good lateral quickness off the snap and agile feet.
Weaknesses: Relatively thin frame and lack of lower body strength could hurt his stock.
Roderick Johnson, Florida State
Strengths: Has well-built frame with long arms. Punch can disrupt edge rushers; has "plus power" in run blocking.
Weaknesses: Plays with suboptimal body control and balance.
Taylor Moton, Western Michigan
Strengths: Has a massive 330-pound frame, long arms and big hands. Can steamroll blockers good at getting to second level.
Weaknesses: Footwork and quickness will need to improve to reach his potential in the professional ranks.
Jermain Eluemunor, Texas A&M
Strengths: Big body with a high ceiling who uses his strength – especially in his upper body and core – to sustain blocks.
Weaknesses: An England native who moved to the U.S. when he was 14, he lacks the experience of most players entering the draft. Has short arms and small hands for a lineman.