Here is what Gil Brandt says:
I prefer ranges to an absolute spot because after the first few picks it gets murky. I'll meet in the middle: a range and likely pick
Range: 1st round, pick 5-10 Likely pick: Arizona Cardinals
Warmack may be the best pure prospect at offensive line. The Cardinals OL is arguably worse than Alabama's 2012 college outfit. This is a strong and likely match for a team that needs some physicality.
Range: 1st round, pick 5-15 Likely pick: New York Jets, Tennessee Titans
Milliner isn't a slam dunk prospect at corner but he is the undeniable cream of the class. With Revis potentially on the outs with the Jets, they have to be considered. I think the Titans are the most likely pick but he could fall into the lap of many teams or even reached on a bit by the Lions at 5.
Range: 1st round, middle to later Likely pick: Indianapolis Colts
Questions about his foot speed keep him from being a top 10 pick but he is one of the strongest guys out there and an undeniable force in the run game. His tape at RT in pass pro this year will look better than many may expect. The Colts are in a transition back towards a true pro-set with balance and more line physicality will be key. Fluker is a good fit.
Range: Late 1st to early 2nd Likely pick: Atlanta Falcons
After having injuries limit his resume building for most of his first two years with an active role, he posted two magnificent championship game performances to shoot into the first round projections. I think the additional injuries to keep him out of the combines will salt his chances of getting in the top 20 but Atlanta looms at the end of the first round with tailback needs. A great fit in my opinion.
Range: Late 1st to mid 2nd Likely pick: Pittsburgh Steelers, Green Bay Packers
Williams has value limitations as a pure 3-4 nose tackle in the draft. Very specific teams will want him so it might been a fall into the middle of the second if he gets passed over for bigger needs by those specific teams. I think he ends up going off the board in the middle second to either the Steelers or Green Bay.
Range: Late 1st or 2nd round Likely pick: New England Patriots
I think Jones will be targeted as a guard by the Pats but his versatility is the huge selling point for the NE Pats franchise. He may seem like he is getting the shaft if he falls to the late second but if he's going to the Pats then he wouldn't complain.
right tackles are usually a little bigger, stronger in the run game. They're usually on the play's strong side (TE side) and therefore get a lot of run plays their way.
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I mean, I get the idea that a RT is often a LT that wasn't a wunderkind at pass protection. Still, a good NFL RT must be a solid pass protector against his competition. This isn't the old days, TEs are released into routes more often than not and there are more formation motions which might make the right tackle the weak-side of the play a good bit too. Right tackles tend to look more like Andre Smith or DJ Fluker than Cyrus K...thicker, more of a bruiser over a lean, long-armed guy. I wouldn't discount right tackles in pass protection though...a weak pass pro right tackle can sink an offense just as bad as a weak blind-side protector.
Funny enough, we've had 4 different LTs under Saban (not including emergency guys) and all of them but Cyrus K were either guard or right tackle prospects in the NFL.
Andre Smith was a dominator but I always doubted his ability to be a weak-side guy in the NFL. He handled rushers well during college but his few sacks almost always came in "known passing situations." That indicated to me that he relied a lot on offensive playcalling balance to allow him to mitigate a little bit of a lack of foot speed and arm length. He struggled early with some things but he's become a solid right tackle for the Bengals.
James Carpenter was another road grater who excelled in pass protection because of offensive balance. Didn't surprise me most saw him as a guard prospect.
Barrett Jones won the Outland at left tackle but he's probably seen as an OG or C in the NFL.
Cyrus Koundijio is the purest left tackle prospect we've had under Saban. He might not play any position but left tackle until late in his pro career.
WE NEED OFFENSIVE LINEMEN IN DALLAS!!
I'll take Fluker, Warmack, Jones - we just need OL in Dallas!!