2024 NFL Draft Betting Guide–Offensive Linemen

2024 NFL Draft Betting Guide–Offensive Linemen

If you are looking to get a jump on your 2024 NFL handicapping, let’s take a look at some of the top players at each position for the 2024 NFL Draft after the NFL Combine. You win up front and there are some quality offensive linemen in this year’s draft, which starts on April 25. We’ll take a look at the top OL in the Draft.

(odds from Draft Kings-first OL selected)

1)Joe Alt (-350), 6-8, 322, Notre Dame, OT

Huge left tackle with great physical tools. Very polished player who knows how to maximize his length. Also helps to learn from his father John, who was a two-time Pro Bowler with the Chiefs.

2)Olu Fashanu (+650), 6-6, 317, Penn State, OT

Strong athlete who has the punch and strength to handle most blockers. A two-year starter in the big 10 doesn’t hurt. A potential Pro Bowler.

3)Taliese Fuaga (+350), 6-6, 324, Oregon State, OT

Former three-star recruit to dominant offensive tackle in the Pac-12. Very strong hands and powerful. Mayb end up at right tackle.

4)Troy Fautanu (+3000), 6-4, 317, Washington, OG

Very physical and dominant blocker. Played left tackle at Washington, but length will probably force him inside. Good footwork and agility.

5)JC Latham (+1500), 6-6, 342, Alabama, OT

Massive human being who is a bit raw, but has immense potential. Will likely start out at right tackle. Very good athlete for his size.

6)Amarius Mims (+4000), 6-8, 340, Georgia, OT

Huge with great length. Super high ceiling. Good athlete and tremendous strength. Only issues are injury-related.

7)Jordan Morgan (+12000), 6-5, 311, Arizona, OT

A potential late first-round pick. Can play tackle or guard. Strong pass blocker and adequate run blocker.

8)Tyler Guyton (+120000), 6-8, 322, Oklahoma, OT

Strong athlete with incredible length. Raw talent who needs to work on technique most likely will end up at right tackle.

9)Graham Barton (+12000), 6-5, 313, Duke, C/G

Can play anywhere on the line, but will probably end up on the interior. Strong and quick. Played mostly left tackle at Duke.

10)Jackson Powers-Johnson (+12000), 6-3, 326, Oregon, C

Very strong and agile. Good athlete and motor. Problem is his lack of experience as 2023 was his first season as a full-time starter.

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