Dillon Radunz, Tackle, North Dakota State
After a strong senior bowl showing, Radunz is starting to become a household name. I don’t think he’s overtaking Penei Sewell as the best in the class but I’d say he’s one of the next best prospects, and that’s saying something for a guy coming out of a small school like NDSU.
Radunz is a big, physical blocker who dominated defenders at North Dakota State while paving the way for Trey Lance to develop into a top quarterback prospect. When you watch the film, he pops off the tape, able to get to the second level as a run block and demonstrating a smooth transition to pass blocking.
The only concern for Radunz is similar to everyone on this list: can they perform against top talent. Radunz showed he could compete at the senior bow, but he may need some time to adjust to the NFL. That might not be a bad thing for the Dolphins, though.
Radunz may be the only player on this list who could see his name called on before day 3 of the draft because of his athletic ability and his upside as an NFL tackle. Miami could take Radunz in the second or third round and have him learn for a year as they try to figure out their offensive line of the future.