17. Tom Compton, South Dakota, 6-5, 314: He caught the attention of scouts with a solid performance at the East-West game. Compton has decent athleticism, ability to bend and foot quickness. He also has decent functional play strength. He might be able to play left tackle in the NFL.

18. Josh Oglesby, Wisconsin, 6-7, 338: He is a huge blocker with high energy. He's an aggressive player who can engulf defenders. He is, however, a bit stiff athletically and slow-footed. Some scouts deem him an overachiever. Oglesby will be best suited as a right tackle. His injury history could work against him in the draft.

19. Justin Anderson, Georgia, 6-4, 335: Because of his size and effort level, Anderson has some upside. He shows some good punch, but needs to refine his technique. He does not have great mirror skills, he bends at his waist too frequently and he overextends at times. He is best in a short area. A move to guard is possible.

20. Al Netter, Northwestern, 6-4, 312. He has played both guard and tackle and could be either in the pros. Netter is shy on athleticism, but he is smart, tough, durable and versatile. He could make it as a backup capable of filling in at multiple positions. He has the right type of makeup to play offensive line in the NFL.

21. Jeff Adams, Columbia, 6-6, 306: This is a mauler-type blocker who will do his best work at right tackle. Adams is smart and tough, but average athletically. He helped himself at the East-West game. Adams likely will need time, but could develop on a practice squad.

22. Nate Potter, Boise State, 6-6, 303: He could have the size and athleticism to develop into an NFL left tackle. He needs to develop strength and add bulk to make it on the next level. Potter's intensity should help him.

23. Matt Reynolds, Brigham Young, 6-4, 302: He is a college left tackle who likely will move to the right side, or possibly to guard. Reynolds is a tough blocker but he has limitations athletically. He has been a productive college player, and he comes from a football family. Reynolds will be 26 when he reports to camp.

The rest

24. Matt McCants, Alabama-Birmingham

25. Marcel Jones, Nebraska

26. Levy Adcock, Oklahoma State

27. Dustin Waldron, Portland State

28. Taylor Dever, Notre Dame

29. John Cullen, Utah

30. Paul Cornick, North Dakota State

31. Trevor Olson, Northern Illinois

The Bears

It seems probable the Bears will add an offensive tackle at some point during the draft, perhaps even early depending on how the 18 teams picking ahead of them select. The team lost backup Frank Omiyale in free agency and has not replaced him. There are questions about whether J'Marcus Webb can be the long-term answer at left tackle. The team invested a first-round pick in Gabe Carimi last year, and the expectation is he will be the starting right tackle.


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