6. David Ojabo, Edge, Michigan
College Football fans know all about the dominance of Aiden Hutchinson. On the other side, Hutchinson’s teammate saw a meteoric rise of draft boards. David Ojabo man’s the other side and does so in dominant fashion. In just 13 games, Ojabo amassed 11 sacks and 12 tackles for loss.
Teams will tell you there can never be too many pass rushers. After the first two guys come off the board, expect Ojabo to hear his name called — if he declares.
The redshirt sophomore is a toolsy prospect with a high ceiling. He’s a raw prospect with excellent athletic traits on a 6-5 250-pound frame that hasn’t filled out yet. His elite burst and bend give offensive tackles a hard time. With Hutchinson getting all the attention, keep your eye on Ojabo — you won’t regret it.
5. Evan Neal, OL, Alabama
Offensive line isn’t a sexy position, but they deserve their shine. It’s hard to miss Alabama’s 6-6 360-pound offensive tackle Evan Neal. Part of the reason Bama dominated on the ground is Neal. He’s excellent at the point of attack with his length and power.
Once he gets his hands on a defender, good lock disengaging. He’s not the most agile tackle, but he goes a great job in pass sets with his first step and depth. He does a solid job mirroring on the left side than on the right.
The Bama tackle isn’t a mover, so zone-blocking teams won’t do him justice. Thanks to his size and power, Neal should continue to dominate in the playoffs. With teams desperate for an offensive lineman, Neal will hear his name called inside the Top 20.