NFL Draft 2018: Minnesota Vikings 7-round mock draft – 1.0

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Oregon. player. OT. TyrellCrosby. 2. 60. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis

With Mike Remmers potentially moving inside to guard, Crosby is almost a no-brainer here for Minnesota. He’ll likely be the top tackle available at this point in the draft and the Vikings may even need to move up a few spots to snatch him off the board.

Crosby is a player who shows consistency and longevity and projects to be a more than capable starting right tackle.

His greatest asset is his ability to move defenders in the run game. Crosby has a bit of nastiness to his game and shows a great ability finish blocks.

He has plenty of size and strength and also sets up his blocks well when moving to the second level. The young offensive tackle can maintain in pass-protection and positions his hands with excellent reachability to disrupt the defender.

His athleticism is lacking a bit, which occasionally leaves him vulnerable to skilled speed-rushers off the edge. Sliding over to the right side will help alleviate some of those issues as he continues to develop.