Jaguars draft: Ranking top 10 offensive tackles not named Penei Sewell

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These are the best offensive tackles the Jacksonville Jaguars can draft.

These five prospects should be available late in the first round and in the second.

5. Liam Eichenberg, Notre Dame

Every team will have Liam Eichenberg ranked differently, some may have assigned him a first-round grade and others may see him as a second-round pick. Nevertheless, whoever ends up with the Notre Dame product will end up with a technically sound offensive tackle.

4. Sam Cosmi, Texas

A favorite of B&T, many mocks saw the Jaguars taking Sam Cosmi with the 25th overall pick early this year but the surplus at the position might push him to the second round. The Texas product is one of the most athletic offensive tackle prospects in the draft.

3. Teven Jenkins, Oklahoma State

Teven Jenkins has superb upper-body strength and knows how to use his hands well. Speed rushers sometimes gave him fits and he needs to work on taking better angles, but he would be an enticing option at 25.

2. Christian Darrisaw, Virginia Tech

Virginia Tech head coach Justin Fuente once described Christian Darrisaw as an “absolute warrior“. While that may sound like hyperbole at first, that’s precisely what the team that drafts him will get. He has top-notch strength and outstanding body control.

1. Rashawn Slater, Northwestern

Of all these draft prospects, Rashawn Slater may be the least likely one to be available at 25. In fact, he could be the second offensive tackle off the board. On the off chance he is, he may be too good to pass up.

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