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ESPN's Top 10 OL: La'el Collins And Vadal Alexander

Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports
Greg Ostendorf with ESPN.com put together a list of his top 10 SEC offensive linemen for 2014, and LSU's La'el Collins and Vadal Alexander made the list.

Here is his complete Top 10:

1. OT Cedric Ogbuehi, Sr.,
2. OT La'el Collins, Sr., LSU
3. OT Laremy Tunsil, So., Ole Miss
4. C Reese Dismukes, Sr., Auburn
5. OG A.J. Cann, Sr., South Carolina
6. C Ryan Kelly, Jr., Alabama
7. OT Corey Robinson, Sr., South Carolina
8. C Evan Boehm, Jr., Missouri
9. OG Vadal Alexander, OG, LSU
10. OT Chaz Green, Sr., Florida
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2. OT La'el Collins, Sr., LSU: The Tigers had nine players drafted last month, more than any team in college football, but it could’ve easily have been 10 had Collins opted to leave school early. He was projected to go as high as the second round. Instead, he will return for his senior season, try to improve his draft stock and anchor LSU’s offensive line.

9. OG Vadal Alexander, OG, LSU: If going against Collins at left tackle weren't intimidating enough, imagine seeing the 6-foot-6, 342-pound Alexander lining up right next to him on every play. The two of them can open a hole big enough for a truck to run through, and it should be plenty big enough for five-star freshman Leonard Fournette.

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Best OL in the country!

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