Round 2 Pick 36: Amarius Mims, OT, Georgia
After adding their franchise quarterback with the second overall pick, look for Washington to address their weak offensive line. Last season, the Commanders tied for 30th overall giving up 3.8 sacks a game and Washington’s starting tackles allowed 76 pressures this season. There is also a good chance the team will move on from starting tackles Charles Leno and Andrew Wylie this offseason.
This year’s offensive tackle class is one of the best positions in the 2024 NFL Draft, so it would not be a surprise if a prospect most people think will go in the first round falls to the second round. Georgia offensive tackle Amarius Mims could be the player who falls as well, due to his limited experience and missing several games this year due to injury.