Offensive Guards

The were 19 OGs selected in the 2021 draft, as follows:

 

Round 1 - 3

Round 2 - 1

Round 3 - 2

Round 4 - 1

Round 5 - 2

Round 6 - 6

Round 7 - 4

 

The 2022 OG draft class did have a lot of selections compared to the average draw at the position, but it certainly wasn't deep with talent. It was a weird draft overall, as we saw some reaches early, with other guys somehow falling rounds below their worth. As of right now, I don't see more than half a dozen of these guys doing anything meaningful early on. 

The 2023 OG draft class could be better as a whole, but may not be overly impressive either. There are a few returning starters that should shine once again, but it'll have to be new names and faces that emerge in order for the offering to be good, even respectable.

 

1) Emil Ekiyor | 6'3 | 324 | OG | Alabama

2) Andrew Vorhees | 6'6 | 320 | OG | USC

3) O'Cyrus Torrence | 6'5 | 335 | OG | Florida

4) Matthew Jones | 6'4 | 310 | OG | Ohio State

5) Sidy Sow | 6'5 | 334 | OG | Eastern Michigan

6) Matthew Bedford | 6'6 | 310 | OG/OT | Indiana

7) Clark Barrington | 6'6 | 302 | OG | BYU

 

8) Javion Cohen | 6'4 | 305 | OG | Alabama

9) Zak Zinter | 6'6 | 320 | OG | Michigan

10) Jordan McFadden | 6'2 | 310 | OG | Clemson

11) T.J Bass | 6'5 | 318 | OG/OT | Oregon 

12) Christian Mahogany | 6'3 | 335 | OG | Boston College

13) Willie Lampkin | 6'1 | 285 | OG | Coastal Carolina

14) Malaesala Aumavae-Laulu | 6'5 | 325 | OG/OT | Oregon 

14) Doug Nester | 6'7 | 323 | OG/OT | West Virginia

15) Keiondre Jones | 6'4 | 340 | OG | Auburn

16) Jeremy James | 6'5 | 305 | OG | Ole Miss