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Old 03-11-2005   #24
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Matt Lehr, Brandt's under-25 team and Kiper's Top offensive linemen in draft a couple of years ago.
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OFFENSIVE GUARDS

1. Steve Hutchinson, Michigan -- According to my ratings, Hutchinson has been in an elite group since early in the season, proving to be a model of consistency along the Wolverines' offensive line from his LG position. Along the way, he assisted QB Drew Henson and RB Anthony Thomas, both of whom posted huge numbers during the 2000 campaign. With the ability to operate at RT in the NFL, Hutchinson is a great deal more than just a pure guard. That's why he carries such an elite grade according to my ratings. Drafted by Seattle, first round (17th)

2. Mike Gandy, Notre Dame -- Late-developing standout, really coming into his own over the last two seasons in South Bend. Remember, at the prep level in Texas, he operated at TE and DE. When you combine his solid senior year with his impressive showing at the Senior Bowl practices, it shouldn't surprise anyone if Gandy ends up in the second round of the draft like I'm expecting. Drafted by Chicago, third round (68th)

3. Matt Lehr, Virginia Tech -- Underrated trenchman, operating at both guard spots while also seeing some action at LT in practice. The 6-foot-2, 289-pounder is quick, athletic and tough; in the NFL, he could ultimately land at the center position, showing the ability to anchor a line. Drafted by Dallas, fifth round (137th)
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