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SNS 2024 Combine Preview - OL & Specialists

(Taliese Fuaga / OT / Oregon State)

OL / Specialists – Sunday, March 3


Indianapolis, Indiana


On-Field workouts begin at 1 pm EST



Top OT Prospects


·       Troy Fautanu / Washington

·       Roger Rosengarten / Washington

·       Joe Alt / Notre Dame

·       Olu Fashanu / Penn State

·       Javon Foster / Missouri

·       Taliese Fuaga / Oregon State

·       Tyler Guyton / Oklahoma

·       Christian Jones / Texas

·       JC Latham / Alabama

·       Amarius Mims / Georgia

·       Jordan Morgan / Arizona

·       Patrick Paul / Houston

·       Sataoa Laumea / Utah




Top IOL Prospects


·       Cooper Beebe / Kansas State

·       Graham Barton / Duke

·       Jackson Powers-Johnson / Oregon

·       Javion Cohen / Miami, Fl

·       Brandon Coleman / TCU

·       Zach Frazier / West Virginia

·       Christian Haynes / UCONN

·       Trevor Keegan / Michigan

·       Zak Zinter / Michigan

·       Christian Mahogany / Boston College

·       Kingsley Suamataia / BYU

·       Sedrick Van Pran-Granger / Georgia




Top Specialists


·       Will Reichard / K / Alabama

·       Harrison Mevis / K / Missouri

·       Cam Little / K / Arkansas

·       Tory Taylor / P / Iowa




Workouts to Keep an Eye On –


The 2024 NFL Draft offers one of the best and deepest group of OL prospects seen in decades. Out of the Top 100 SNS prospects available in April, 20 are offensive linemen and several of them project as possible first round picks. Fautanu should run a good 40 time and move well in on-field workouts. Guyton and Paul are physical specimens whose measurements and physical makeup are prototypical for OT. Mims has a lot of untapped potential but has minimal playing experience and still needs to be developed. He looks like a starting OT once he acquires more playing time. Beebe would have been a first round pick last April had he entered the draft and remains a potential Pro Bowl-level player. His measurements and workout should secure his status. Barton and Coleman are college OLTs who figure to slide inside and become long-term NFL starters at OG. Powers-Johnson, Frazier and Van Pran-Granger are three of the best centers available in this draft. Zinter will almost certainly not work out as he recovers from a late season injury that cost him the end of his senior season. Prior to his injury, Zinter looked like he could sneak into the first round. He’s a complete IOL prospect with size, athleticism, and a high football IQ who looks like a long-term starter in the NFL. If Zinter gets a positive medical evaluation in Indy this week, he could surprise some people by still being a Top 50 selection in April. There are no prospects amongst the kickers quite in the class of Jake Moody last year (pick #99 to San Francisco) but Reichard isn’t far off as a prospect, being as accurate as Moody with a slightly less powerful leg. Mevis hit a SEC record 61-yard FG last season but lacks some desired accuracy. Taylor combines power with hang time and touch to be worth drafting as high as the fifth round in Detroit in April.

(Amarius Mims / OT / Georgia)

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