2014 NFL draft: Top 10 offensive linemen

1. JAKE MATTHEWS Tackle, Senior, Texas A&M The

Tackle, Senior, Texas A&M
The son of Hall of Fame lineman Bruce Matthews (and cousin of Green Bay Packers linebacker Clay Matthews) is the most technically sound blocker in the entire draft. He's incredibly strong, can play both tackle positions and is equally at home in pass protection as he is in run blocking. He's also quick enough to get off the line and block on screens. He could be a cornerstone on any team's offensive line for years. PROJECTION: Top-five overall pick | (Credit: AP)

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Newsday's Nick Klopsis ranks the top 10 offensive linemen in the 2014 NFL draft.

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