It took me about 5 or 6 hours to finish this, but I finally got it done today. The post is pretty long and you can see all the top 10 rankings, sleepers, overrated and underrated at my blog here. Just so you know, the ratings are my personal ratings (with input from a few well placed friends) and the draft grade next to the player is where I think the play will be drafted. Therefore, as you can see, I have a higher rating on Heath Benedict than where he will likely be drafted. This helps combine the age old issue of "where will they be drafted" vs. "where would you rank them". Top 10 Offensive Linemen 1. Jake Long - Michigan (OT): Top 5 pick 2. Ryan Clady - Boise State (LT): 1st Round 3. Jeff Otah - Pitt (RT): 1st Round 4. Chris Williams - Vanderbilt (LT): 1st Round 5. Branden Albert - Virginia (G/T): 1st Round 6. Sam Baker - USC (OT): 2nd Round 7. Gosder Cherilus - Boston College (RT): 1st/2nd Round 8. Heath Benedict - Newberry (OG): 3rd Round 9. Carl Nicks - Nebraska (G/T): 2nd/3rd Round 10. Duane Brown - Virginia Tech (LT): 2nd Round Overrated: Gosder Cherilus Underrated: Heath Benedict Sleepers: Mackenzy Bernadeau (Bentley) It's Like This... This is a very deep group of first day tackles (I'm still calling the 3rd round first day) and I will not be at all surprised to see five tackles off the board by the time the 20th pick rolls around. I personally think Otah, Cherilus and Long need to play RT, but Otah and Long could play LT if need be - I just don't think it is their best spot. Albert is the wildcard of this group as he could go as high as the third tackle off the board. Carl Nicks and Heath Benedict will both slide inside and both guys have a chance to be maulers. Nicks is very powerful and has a chance to be a powerful run blocker. Benedict tests like an athlete but doesn't play football like one. However, when he locks his man up, he usually wins that battle. Duane Brown is the guy who is shooting up the board, but he is still a project like Stacy Andrews was when he was drafted.