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      • Lomas Brown (1981-84) — Recently elected to the College Football Hall of Fame, Brown is the best offensive tackle, and best offensive lineman, in school history. He anchored 1984’s Great Wall offensive line, earning first-team All-American honors that year. He was a four-year starter.
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  2. Nov 30, 2018 · The 5 best offensive tackles in college football Manhattan, KS, USA; Kansas State Wildcats offensive lineman Dalton Risner (71) celebrates a touchdown during the fourth quarter against the Texas Tech Red Raiders at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. The touchdown was called back on a penalty. Mandatory Credit: Scott Sewell-USA TODAY Sports By

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    • Jake Matthews, Texas A&M. Pass Protection. 62/65. Jake Matthews is the cream of the crop in pass protection this season. Most teams experience a step back when losing an elite tackle like Luke Joeckel, yet Texas A&M saw no drop-off as Matthews moved into the vacated spot.
    • Jack Mewhort, Ohio State. Pass Protection. 59/65. Having replaced Mike Adams at left tackle, Jack Mewhort is still learning the position, but he is excelling.
    • Taylor Lewan, Michigan. Pass Protection. 60/65. Blocking against the pass is Taylor Lewan’s big selling point in 2013. While Michigan has had issues on the offensive line, Lewan has shown an ability to be the rock on the left side, setting his edge in protection and standing strong.
    • Morgan Moses, Virginia. Pass Protection. 58/65. Morgan Moses’ team has had a tough season, despite the left tackle's best efforts in pass protection.
  3. Jun 10, 2022 · On3 Impact 300’s Top 10 Offensive Tackles. 1. Peter Skoronski, Northwestern. Skoronski took over the starting left tackle job after Rashawn Slater graduated following the 2020 season. He has started 15 games and was on the Outland Trophy watch list in 2021. Skoronski currently has an NIL valuation of $763,000, ranking 23rd in the NIL 100 rankings. 2.

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    • Bryant McKinnie, T, Miami. He only played two seasons for Miami after beginning at Lackawanna College (Pa.) but he was downright unstoppable during his time in a Hurricanes' uniform.
    • Barrett Jones, OL, Alabama. No offensive lineman during the BCS era was more decorated than the Memphis native. He started at right guard and earned freshman All-American honors for the 2009 BCS champs.
    • Joe Thomas, T, Wisconsin. One of the few big-time recruits from the state of Wisconsin, Thomas was a two-time All-American and Outland Trophy winner for a team that went 31-7 during his three seasons as the starting left tackle.
    • Greg Eslinger, C, Minnesota. Not many centers have an Outland Trophy on their mantle at home but Eslinger has one (2005). He was a freshman All-American in 2002, a third-team All-American as a sophomore, a first-teamer in '04 and earned consensus All-American honors as a senior.
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