Offensive Tackle: Penei Sewell, Oregon
Penei Sewell is one of the best overall prospects in the 2021 NFL Draft class and the best offensive tackle prospect in recent memory. He is a special athlete at the position who attacks the second level incredibly well and mirrors opposing pass rushers at locks them down with ease.
Sewell is also an incredibly tough and physical offensive lineman who is extremely powerful at the point of attack. He gets off of the ball in an instant and consistently drives opposing defenders down the field. Sewell has strong hands, a powerful lower half and does a fantastic job of anchoring in pass protection. Simply put, this guy is elite and should easily be a top-three pick in the 2021 NFL Draft.
Other possible OT1 candidates: Honestly, nobody. Sewell is absolutely incredible and barring injury, he will be the top offensive tackle off of the board next April.
Interior Offensive Line: Wyatt Davis, Ohio State
Wyatt Davis is not quite as dominant on the interior as Sewell is at offensive tackle, but it is close. He is an incredibly tough and powerful player on the inside who absolutely dominates at the point of attack. Davis is always looking to dominate his opponents with overwhelming power and he does so a majority of the time.
While power is the primary part of Davis’ game, he is also quick and athletic for an interior offensive lineman. He shines as a second-level blocker and moves his feet well in pass protection. Simply put, Davis is an elite-level interior offensive lineman who has massive upside at the next level.
Other possible IOL1 candidates: Creed Humphrey-Oklahoma and Trey Smith-Tennessee
Tight End: Kyle Pitts, Florida
There are many interesting tight end prospects in the 2021 NFL Draft class, but Kyle Pitts out of Florida stands out as the top guy. He is a quick and explosive athlete on the inside who can stretch the field vertically and create after the catch. Pitts is not much of an asset as a blocker, but he is a potentially special talent as a receiver who could quickly grow into a matchup nightmare at the next level.
Other possible TE1 candidates: Pat Freiermuth-Penn State and Brevin Jordan-Miami (FL)