5. T.J. Clemmings, Pittsburgh
Clemmings switched to the offensive side of the ball in 2013, moving from defensive to right tackle for Pitt, so teams must be weary that he’s continuing to gain a feel for the position.
Given that late transition to tackle, Clemmings still shows holes in his pass protection that an NFL offensive line coach will need to correct. However, his physical traits — being 6-foot-5 and 309 pounds — will certainly intrigue teams about his potential at tackle.
Clemmings may be drafted in the first round simply because of that aforementioned potential, though he’s still a raw product. He’s the type of player that may not be able to contribute until his second season in the league.