Ezra Cleveland, OT, Boise St.
While Wilson is a huge lump of clay to mold with, Ezra Cleveland is a master technician at the position. Athletically, he tested like a freak at the combine, and his tape shows a smooth natural blocker. He knows what he is doing as an OT.
His lone drawback is his current play strength, as he is a little weak off the line of scrimmage. That said, this is a common issue among college players, as they have yet to hit an NFL weight room and condition themselves for an NFL season. If he works on getting stronger during his rookie year, he should be set up to be a starter next year, and potentially as the blindside protector.
Investing in the offensive line is a must this year, and while there may be more of a glaring need on the inside, the value Cleveland brings on the outside outweighs the “lack” of a need. Retooling the OL is a must this year, and a value pick like Cleveland at 49 would go a long way in keeping this unit strong.