Originally Posted by Saccopoo
Warmack is considered the best offensive line prospect in the draft at this point. The rules have change a bit with regard to positional value as the slotted money dictates a more rational rookie pay scale. As well, guards are getting big money these days and have a greater role in the offense versus the phone booth players they were two decades ago.
Lotulelei was voted as the top lineman in the Pac 12 last year (actually tied in votes with Kalil) as a junior. He manhandled USC two games ago. He's freakish strong and could play in any scheme at a number of positions. He's the best DT in this draft.
I do not doubt that Warmack is the greatest o-line prospect but, he is still a guard. Even the best guards don't go in the top ten. Even guards that move to tackle like Albert.
Honestly, I forgot about Utah playing in the pac-12.
That changes everything and the competition is there. As a result, there will be good tape to watch on Lotulelei . My bad...