2. Austin Corbett, LT, Nevada
Fair enough, Joel Bitonio is a really good player. Corbett can be do, but it needs to be at left tackle, which is the position he played at college.
There’s some concern he’s a little undersized for the position in the pros, and the sentiment seems to be that, at worst, he’ll be guard or center if tackle doesn’t work out.
Corbett is likely to get a crack at starting because of the uncertainty at left tackle. Three-year veteran Shon Coleman is going to get the first crack in Training Camp. Perhaps Spencer Drango will too, although he wasn’t great when filing in for Joe Thomas last season.
Corbett graded out excellently in pass blocking, and overall, graded out in the 80s during his last three college seasons, according to PFF.
Corbett showed scouts his versatility at the Senior Bowl, playing guard and center, but it’s worth noting the Browns have introduced him as a tackle.