9. La’el Collins, OT, LSU
Collins is valuable because he’s got the body to play either guard or tackle at the next level, and as such, could be one of the more versatile offensive linemen Detroit could target in the draft. There are questions about Collins’ balance and hands, but both elements could be put to rest this week. Detroit might have to take a flier on Collins relatively early, but it could help them kill two birds with one stone in the end.
Drills to watch: Kickslide, bench press, 3 cone drill.
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