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2019 SEC Offensive Line Rankings

By Southern Pigskin Staff
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Southern Pigskin's ranking of the top five SEC offensive lines for 2019.

1. Georgia -- Led by All-American tackle Andrew Thomas, the ever-physical Bulldogs boast college football's top offensive line. The unflappable Thomas and fellow bookend Isaiah Wilson, fresh off a great spring, form a prototypical tackle tandem. Across the front, the size is staggering; Thomas stands 6'5'', 320 pounds, guard Solomon Kindley goes 6'4'', 335, center Trey Hill is 6'4'', 330 pounds, guard Ben Cleveland measures in at 6'6'', 335 and Wilson towers at 6'7'', 340.

2. Alabama -- Strong play along the offensive front continues to be a fixture in Tuscaloosa and, even with big names to replace, the program standard will continue. The next big star at the line of scrimmage for the Crimson Tide appears to be 6'6'' guard Alex Leatherwood, who is one of the nation's best. Tackle Jedrick Willis, Jr. is really good, too. Keep an eye on true freshman tackle Evan Neal. A five-star prospect, he is a mammoth people-mover at 6'7'', 360 pounds.

3. Missouri -- The Tigers have ranked in the top eleven nationally in fewest sacks allowed in three consecutive years. Expect more of the same. First-team All-SEC honoree Tre'Vour Wallace-Simms, a dominant senior at 6'5'', 340 pounds, is one of the top road-graders in the country. At 6'7'', 330, senior Yasir Durant is a consistent, proven edge protector. Center Trystan Colon-Castillo is a strong anchor at center.

4. Mississippi State -- Senior Darryl Williams can play anywhere along the interior and has multiple years of big game experience on his resume. He leads a unit that should be one of the league's best when it comes to run-blocking. Guard Stewart Reese, 6'5'', 340 pounds, will help lead the charge there. The Bulldogs signed a five star prospect at tackle in Charles Cross, one of the program's highest-ranked recruits ever.

5. LSU -- Four starters return for the now-experienced Tigers, meaning notable progress should be made up front. Guard Damien Lewis is an All-SEC type talent who, as a senior, will anchor the line for an offense that will, as usual, look to be physical. Tackle Saahdiq Charles is emerging on the edge at tackle.