Andrew Thomas, offensive tackle, Georgia, 6-5, 320
Thomas is an underclassman but has good NFL size, including thick legs, good punch from his upper body, and good athleticism. Georgia has been a contender in no small part to the play of their big, physical line.
Named an All-American by many publications, Thomas is good at staying in front of would-be sack artists and has outstanding balance while maintaining good leverage and hand placement. This Bulldogs product is not straight-line fast, clocking an estimated 5.22-second forty-yard dash, but has good short-area burst and ability to mirror defenders in the tough SEC. Profile info, again from Draftscout who always has good information about NFL prospects.
Jeffrey Okudah, cornerback, Ohio State, 6-0, 200
Okudah is a physical cover man who has very good speed and an aggressive style of play, not to mention an underclassman. This junior OSU defender was a Thorpe Award finalist and honorable mention All-Big Ten. He runs a 4.43 forty-yard dash according to Draft Scout and isn’t afraid to be physical or make a tackle.
Okudah likes to press receivers at the line and is trusted to lock down the opponent’s best wideouts on a week-to-week basis, a big reason that he is in this conversation.
Jerry Jeudy, wide receiver, Alabama, 6-0, 192
Jeudy is the most explosive receiver on the Crimson Tide, runs a 4.46 forty-yard dash, and is a threat to take every pass the distance. Jeudy has been named to most All-American lists and has a list of accolades too long to mention. He is one of the most dynamic playmakers in this draft class and has scored 19 touchdowns in 2019 alone.
Most receivers do not get considered in the Top-5 but Jeudy is an exceptional after-the-catch receiver with reliable hands and an ability to make people miss in space. Draft Scout provided stats and some profile info here.