2013 NFL Draft Rankings | Offensive Guards
NFL spectators truly generally dismiss the guard position as being vital to an offensive line that moves in unison.
Having players like Jahri Evans, Ben Grubbs, Carl Nicks, and Davin Joseph makes rushing lanes a lot easier for their respective backs.
Here are the top offensive guards for the 2013 NFL Draft.
1. Chance Warmack, Alabama
Absolute monster of a mauler. Easily one of the top ten players in the entire 2013 NFL Draft.
2. Jonathan Cooper, North Carolina
Balanced blocker with big upside. Potential top 15 pick with his ability to get to the second level.
3. Larry Warford, Kentucky
Huge frame that allows him to take on the biggest defensive tackles with ease.
4. Brian Winters, Kent State
Finesse blocker that needs better footwork. Still a top guard that should start in his first season.
5. J.C. Tretter, Cornell
Very underrated pass blocking guard that would fit well on the left side of the line.
6. Alvin Bailey, Arkansas
7. Hugh Thornton, Illinois
8. Mark Jackson, Glenville State
9. Josh Dworacyzk, LSU
10. Garrett Gilkey, Chadron State
11. Omoregie Uzzi, Georgia Tech
12. Travis Bond, North Carolina
13. Chris Jacobson, Pittsburgh
14. Earl Watford, James Madison
15. Jeff Baca, UCLA
16. Lane Taylor, Oklahoma
17. Sam Brenner, Utah
18. John Sullen, Auburn
19. Edmund Kugbila, Valdosta State
20. Patrick Omameh, Michigan
21. Blaize Foltz, TCU
22. Braden Hansen, BYU
23. Chris Barker, Nevada
24. Josh Jenkins, Virginia
25. Theo Goins, Central Florida
26. Nik Embernate, San Diego State
27. Chris McDonald, Michigan State
28. Jamaal Johnson-Webb, Alabama A&M
29. Caylin Hauptmann, Florida International
30. Jason Peacock, Arkansas
31. Stephane Milhim, UMass
32. Zach Allen, North Carolina State
33. Lamar Mady, Youngstown State
34. Garth Heikkinen, Minnesota-Duluth
35. Jonathan Rush, Oklahoma State
36. Danous Estenor, South Florida
37. Brian Mulroe Northwestern
38. Carson York, Oregon