3. Garrett Bradbury C
Bradbury has helped himself in every way possible. He had a strong week during the Senior Bowl. He had a nice showing at the most recent NFL Combine. There are no character concerns or any bad interviews that we’ve heard of that need to be considered.
In this six-foot-three, 306-pound prospect, we find a guy with superior athleticism (try a 4.92 40-yard dash on for size) who NFL.com gives a pre-draft grade of 6.12 to, meaning he could become an instant starter at the pro level.
4. Elgton Jenkins C
Jenkins helped himself tremendously with a strong week at the most recent Senior Bowl, and everything we’re finding says, though some teams aren’t too tremendously high on him, he’s still good enough to be considered as being a top-tier prospect who should hear his name called in either the first round or the second.
5. Michael Jordan G/C
Jordan’s spent a lot of time at guard but moved to center in 2018. The transition seemed to be seamless. It wasn’t certain whether or not he’d return for his senior season, but he opted to come out and voila.
We’re now naming him as one of the best interior linemen prospects, and many NFL minds expect that he’ll go in the second-round or third-round of this year’s draft.