50. Quenton Nelson
Barring injury, Nelson looks like a lock for All-Pro honors over the next decade. He may already be the best guard in football, and he’s only a second-year player. Nelson grades out insanely well in all categories. He’s a road grader in the run game, sound in pass protection, and can get to the second level with ease. Pencil him in for Pro Bowl appearance after Pro Bowl appearance.
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