Pittsburgh OT T.J. Clemmings will appeal to any "team looking for a right tackle drafting in the 10-25 range," writes ESPN's Todd McShay.
"The Rams at No. 10 is probably a little early, but they could be in the mix," McShay wrote. "The Browns, Saints, Texans, Lions and Panthers also make sense in the first round." As expected, the athletic Clemmings had a great combine. The 6-foot-6, 315-pounder's 5.14-second 40 was impressive, his 9-3 broad jump topped all offensive tackles, his short shuttle (4.54 seconds) was the best amongst top OT prospects, and his 35.1-inch arms are the longest of all top tackle prospects. "He's a raw, inexperienced right tackle prospect whose game is built on power in the run game, and who needs work in pass protection," McShay wrote.