Four top offensive lineman to keep an eye on for the 2018 NFL Draft By The Associated PressMay 10, 2017 Two offensive linemen were selected in the first round of last month's NFL draft, the fewest since 1965.Orlando Brown, OT, Oklahoma: The Sooners have to replace some top-flight talent at running back and wide receiver, but the offensive line should make life easy on the new playmakers. Brown is the leader. At 6-7 and 340, Brown took a big leap forward from his redshirt freshman season to last year in fundamentals and technique. Athletically, he has all the tools. "He is your elite, prototypical tackle frame," ESPN and SEC Network analyst Cole Cubelic said. (AP photo)Mike McGlinchey, OT, and Quinton Nelson, OG, Notre Dame: The Fighting Irish are hoping the left side of their line can help lead a turnaround from last season's 4-8 mess. McGlinchey is a mountain at 6-foot-8 and 312 pounds, with potential to be the first offensive lineman taken in next year's draft. (AP file photo)Connor Williams, OT, Texas: Williams has grown into his massive frame during his two seasons at Texas while retaining quickness and athleticism. The 6-6, 320-pound junior is the best player on an offensive line that has experienced players but needs better overall play. Remarkably, Texas has not had an offensive lineman drafted since 2008. Williams is likely to break that string. Four top offensive lineman to keep an eye on for the 2018 NFL Draft Two offensive linemen were selected in the first round of last month's NFL draft, the fewest since 1965.