2020 NFL Draft: Kinnan’s top-5 offensive tackles as season ends

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Jonah Williams was the top offensive tackle taken in last year’s draft. Who will be the top OT taken in the 2020 NFL Draft? (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

As the college football season has come to a close, the 2020 NFL Draft festivities begin. Here is a big board of the top five offensive tackles to celebrate

The college football season has finally come to a close with the LSU Tigers topping Clemson in the National Championship. This means that the 2020 NFL Draft and all of its glorious festivities are right around the corner. Here this writer gives his top-five offensive tackles in this year’s deep draft class at the position.

With numerous teams in the top-15 in need of an offensive tackle, we could see three fly off the board in the top-ten of the 2020 NFL Draft when April rolls around. The Cleveland Browns at ten, New York Giants at four, and Arizona Cardinals at eight are just a handful of candidates at the top of the draft who could use an early pick on a blocker on the bookend of their offensive line.

If your favorite team needs a tackle, this year is the year to grab one as there are many athletic options to choose from, as well as fundamental technicians. Just missing the cut of those not included in the top-five include Louisville’s Mekhi Becton, Auburn’s Prince Tega Wanogho, and TCU’s Lucas Niang.

Here is this writer’s top five tackles in the 2020 NFL Draft class.

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