2014 Senior Tackles To Eye

By PFC Draft Lead Philip Arnold (@PhilipArnold20)

Look into the top 2014 NFL Draft Senior Tackle prospects. Keep an eye on these guys senior seasons’ this year as they could be some of the top 2014 NFL Draft prospects come this time next year. An official ranking will be coming soon but these are the senior Tackle’s to keep an eye on during the 2013-14 College Football Season.

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  • Jake Matthews Texas A&M; Three Year Starter for the Aggies at Right Tackle, will now move to the left side after the graduation of #2 overall pick Luke Joeckel. First Team All-American and All-SEC Selection.  6-6 305 lbs.
  • Taylor Lewan Michigan; 35 career starts at Left Tackle. All-American selection and first team All-Big 10 selection. Big 10 Offensive Lineman of the year award winner. 6-8 308 lbs.
  • Morgan Moses Virginia; All-ACC Honorable mention selection. 3 year starter for the Cavaliers. 6-6 325 lbs.
  • James Hurst North Carolina; 6-7 305 lbs.
  • Zack Martin Notre Dame; 6-4 304 lbs.
  • Seantrel Henderson Miami; Honorable Mention All-ACC selection. Miami offense ranked third in passing and fifth in total offense during 2012. 6-8 345 lbs.
  • Ja’Wuan James Tennessee; 37 career starts at right tackle. Tennessee offense racked up 500 yards of total offense in five games during 2012. 6-6 323 lbs.
  • Austin Wentworth Fresno State; First team All-Mountain West selection. 13 career starts at Left Tackle, six at Right Tackle and six at Right Guard. Anchored an offense that led the MWC in passing and scoring and ranked second in total yardage. 6-5 299 lbs.
  •  Jack Mewhort Ohio State; Honorable Mention All-Big 10 selection. Left Tackle for the Buckeyes. 6-5 310 lbs.
  • Cornelius Lucas Kansas State; First Team All-Big 12 Selection. Left Tackle for the Wildcats in 2012. Part of an offensive line that only allowed 14 sacks during the season. 6-9 324 lbs.
  • Bryce Quigley San Diego State; Honorable Mention All-Mountain West selection. Converted tackle from Tight End. 6-5 295 lbs.
  • Kenarious Gates Georgia; Experience starting at Right Guard (3 starts), Left Tackle (12), and Left Guard (2). 6-5 318 lbs.
  • Jeremiah Sirles Nebraska; Second Team All-Big 10 selection. Started all games in 2012 at Right Tackle. Part of a Nebraska offense that set a school record for total offense in a season. 6-6 310 lbs.
  • Brandon Thomas Clemson; Second Team All-ACC selection. Started every game at left tackle in 2012. Part of a Clemson offense that ranked in the top 15 in the nation for passing yardage  points, and total offense. 6-3 305 lbs.
  • Davonte Wallace New Mexico; Second Team All-WAC Selection. Started 12 games at left tackle in 2012. 36 consecutive games started. 6-4 290 lbs.
  • Ed Olson Minnesota; 9 starts in 2012 at Left Tackle and has 27 career starts at the Left Tackle position. 6-7 309 lbs.
  • Emmanuel McCray Ole Miss; Was the Left Tackle in all 12 games during 2012. Part of an offense that scored the third most points in Ole Miss history. 6-5 316 lbs.
  • John Fullington Washington State; Honorable Mention All- Academic PAC 12 team. Started at Left Tackle and Left Guard position in 2012. 6-5 297 lbs.
  • Wesley Johnson Vanderbilt; Honorable Mention All-SEC selection. 6-5 285 lbs.