Interior Defensive Linemen
Rankings by Steve Johnson
Quinnen Williams and Ed Oliver lead the pack here, battling it out for the Number 1 overall pick with Nick Bosa and maybe a QB. The position is deep, with 4-6 potential first rounders and a handful of day two picks. Clemson produces two potential first round picks in Christian Wilkins and Dexter Lawrence. Jeffery Simmons should also land in the first round.
Last updated 4/7/19
|1||Quinnen Williams||Alabama||RS Soph||6'3||285||1|
|3||Jeffery Simmons||Mississippi St.||Junior||6'4||300||3|
|6||Jerry Tillery||Notre Dame||Senior||6'7||299||7|
|7||Gerald Willis||Miami||RS Senior||6'2||302||4|
|9||Daniel Wise||Kansas||RS Senior||6'3||290||NR|
|Dre'Mont Jones||Ohio St.||RS Junior||6'3||285||10|
|Ricky Walker||Virginia Tech||RS Senior||6'2||304|
*Note. Interior Defensive Linemen are what I project as inside DTs in 40 fronts and DEs or NTs in a 30 fronts. Obviously versatility is key in the NFL but these positions refer to base fronts.