Two NFL scouts speaking to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel believe that LSU T La'El Collins will shift to guard in the NFL.
NFL Media analyst Mike Mayock believes LSU T La'El Collins has the ability to play left tackle.
NFL Media analyst Daniel Jeremiah said LSU T La'El Collins "looked like a tackle on Friday."
LSU T La'El Collins' best "unofficial" forty was a 5.13, with a 10 yard split of 1.81 seconds.
LSU OT La'El Collins "has fallen down most draft boards and there is a concern he cannot play left tackle at the next level," observes NFL.com.
LSU OT La'El Collins noted that "Left tackle is definitely" where he wants to play in the NFL."
TFY Draft Insider Tony Pauline ranks LSU OT La'El Collins as his No.1 rated guard in the NFL draft.
LSU OT La'El Collins went No. 5 to the Redskins in SB Nation writer Dan Kadar's recent mock draft.
LSU OT La'El Collins made his debut on Todd McShay's Big Board at No. 25.
ESPN's Mel Kiper called LSU senior OT La'El Collins a "definite first-round talent."
LSU senior OT La'El Collins "reinforced the first round grades being thrown at him" at the Senior Bowl, according to CBS Sports' Dane Brugler.
NFL scouts "love" LSU senior OT La'El Collins' "tenacity and physicality, though he'll occasionally get off-balance, leaving him vulnerable to swim moves," noted CBS Sports' Rob Rang.
LSU senior OT La'El Collins "has the same type of body as Maurkice Pouncey and plays tough like Pouncey, too," said an AFC offensive line coach.
CBS Sports' Dane Brugler is curious to see where LSU senior OT La'El Collins lines up at the Senior Bowl.