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17 talent evaluators rank their top five best O-Lineman; Interesting results

Cam Robinson is the best offensive lineman in the 2017 NFL Draft right?

Bob McGinn of Journal Sentinel talked with seventeen evaluators to rank their five best offensive linemen on a 1-to-5 basis. Five points were awarded for a first-place vote, four for a second and so on. The results were interesting.

It was a tight race for the top, with Robinson (59 points, two firsts) edging Bolles (57, nine) and Ramczyk (53, five).

Following, in order, were Forrest Lamp, 38 (one); Dion Dawkins, 14 ½; Dan Feeney, 14; Ethan Pocic, 11; Pat Elflein, Dorian Johnson and Taylor Moton, two; Antonio Garcia, 1 ½, and Ben Braden, one.

The list is interesting to me, because I asked several scouts who was the best offensive lineman and hands down they said Forrest Lamp was the guy.

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