2015 NFL Draft: Final Big Board Prospects 26-50

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Nov 22, 2014; Gainesville, FL, USA Florida Gators offensive lineman D.J. Humphries (70) blocks during the second half against the Eastern Kentucky Colonels at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. Florida Gators defeated the Eastern Kentucky Colonels 52-3. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

31. D.J. Humphries, OT (Florida)

This Florida Gator is one of the most athletically gifted offensive tackles in this draft class. He is however an incredibly raw player with plenty of room for improved technique. Humphries is hard to get around because of his good kick slide, his powerful lower body strength and his long arms.

Humphries can be a dominant player in the NFL. It would behoove the team that drafts him to put him at right tackle in the beginning. Humphries has NFL ability but is not NFL polished. Putting him on the quarterback’s blind side this September would be premature.

The most important element to Humphries’s game is that he has the physical tool set. He is a tall and long 6-5 and he is a sturdy 307 pounds. If we were going to go all weird science to make a perfect offensive tackle, he would look like Humphries.

What you get from Humphries is effort and dominant run blocking. He isn’t a finished product, but his future looks bright.

Next: 32. Devin Smith, WR (OSU)