This draft class is brimming with stellar offensive line talent (particularly at the tackle position), and every time I gander at the latest draft boards, another one is rising. That being said, it would be a stretch to think that we don't draft an offensive tackle within the first 100 selections. Left to right, we have glaring needs on the offensive line and no one on the roster not named Michael Deiter is capable of filling them. Keeping in mind that Tua's blindside is actually the right side of the offensive line, who do you draft to keep him upright? Do you sign a free agent option and draft for the left side? Some options... Andrew Thomas, LT, Georgia: consensus top tackle of the class, absurd potential, most NFL-ready Trey Adams, LT, Washington: narrowly behind Thomas, fantastic athleticism, only concern is durability Tristan Wirfs, RT, Iowa: steadily rising as a stout blocker in the run and pass Austin Jackson, LT, USC: in the midst of an elite season, stock is skyrocketing Walker Little, LT, Stanford: previously the No. 2 tackle before injury, a promising prognosis has vaulted him back into round one territory Trey Smith, LG/LT, Tennessee: elite and versatile lineman, but health risks have caused his stock to dip Mekhi Becton, LT, Louisville: absolute mauler at 6-7/370, surprisingly athletic Calvin Throckmorton, RT, Oregon: all-around balanced and versatile blocker I, for one, am overwhelmed with the prospective options at tackle and look forward to hearing your responses and reasoning. All of these guys should go in the first 100 selections, if not the first 64. Personally, I would look at Trey Adams and Tristan Wirfs with Pittsburgh's pick, and if neither are there or a better player at another position is available, I'd consider Walker Little with Houston's pick.