2. Austin Corbett, OG, Nevada
Corbett’s tape is exceptional, he improved every year at Nevada, he’s a terrific, hard-working prospect with NFL-ready technique and his stock has skyrocketed through the pre-draft process. There are not 30 better players than Austin Corbett in this class — in fact, there might not be 25. He is scheme-versatile and plays with an edge that will suit him well on Sundays.
Corbett also happens to play a position of need for a ton of teams in the second half of the first round. Arizona, Baltimore, Seattle, Dallas, Detroit, Cincinnati, Buffalo, Carolina, Atlanta, Jacksonville and Minnesota all need interior offensive line help, and a potential run at the position could bode very well for Corbett. I think he’s a top-40 lock, and it wouldn’t surprise me if he sneaks into the back end of Round One.