NFL draft season is nearly upon us. And with that comes the PFF NFL Draft Guide, which comes loaded with scouting reports and advanced data on the class' top draft prospects.
Here are the top 10 interior offensive linemen in this year's draft class, per PFF's NFL Draft Guide.
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1. O'Cyrus Torrence, Florida
BIG BOARD RANK: 34
Torrence is a plug-and-play guard who's best suited for gap schemes, but I wouldn't pigeonhole him by any means.
2. Steve Avila, TCU
BIG BOARD RANK: 41
Avila is a relatively safe bet to be a plus pass-protecting guard at the next level.
3. Luke Wypler, Ohio State
BIG BOARD RANK: 47
Wypler is well beyond his years from a technical standpoint. How many times do you hear of an early draft declaree at center?
4. John Michael Schmitz, Minnesota
BIG BOARD RANK: 52
Schmitz may never be a Pro-Bowler with his physical tools, but you're not going to complain about starting him, either.
5. Joe Tippmann, Wisconsin
BIG BOARD RANK: 62
Tippman's blend of size and athleticism can be a weapon if deployed properly in the NFL.
6. Andrew Vorhees, USC
BIG BOARD RANK: 131
Vorhees is likely a starter at the next level but is just going to be physically limited.
7. Olusegun Oluwatimi, Michigan
BIG BOARD RANK: 138
8. Chandler Zavala, North Carolina State
BIG BOARD RANK: 139
9. Jarrett Patterson, Notre Dame
BIG BOARD RANK: 146
10. Jaxson Kirkland, Washington
BIG BOARD RANK: 154
There are too many limitations to Kirkland's game to get too excited, but he still has a path to a starting role.