Sep 1, 2012; Arlington, TX, USA; Alabama Crimson Tide center Barrett Jones (75) and guard Chance Warmack (65) prior to the snap against the Michigan Wolverines at Cowboys Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

NFL Draft 2013: Guard Rankings

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It shouldn’t be any surprise that Chance Warmack is the #1 OG on the list. You’ll also notice that he’s the #1 ranked player on my board, one of the only players who’s position is already set. He wont go #1 overall, or even in the top 10 in the draft because guards simply aren’t valued that way.Warmack is special, even more so that Decastro was a year ago. Whatever team gets him is getting a Steve Hutchinson type dominant player at the position.

The Seahawks don’t need a guard. They have 5 and a half (the half is backup C Lemuel Jeanpierre who started at RG for parts of 2011) on the roster and all but the half are likely to make the 53 man roster in 2013. If they do take one, it’ll be a late round player like Chadron State’s Garrett Gilkey


Rank Player Pos P Rank School Height Weight
1 Chance Warmack OG 1 Alabama 6/2 317
Jonathan Cooper OG 2 North Carolina 6/2 311
Larry Warford OG 3 Kentucky 6/3 332
Brian Winters OG 4 Kent State 6/4 320
*Justin Pugh OG 5 Syracuse 6/4 307
*Alvin Bailey OG 6 Arkansas 6/3 312
Hugh Thornton OG 7 Illinois 6/3 320
J.C. Tretter OG 8 Cornell 6/4 307
Omoregie Uzzi OG 9 Georgia Tech 6/3 302
Sam Brenner OG 10 Utah 6/2 307
Garrett Gilkey OG 11 Chadron State 6/6 318
Jeff Baca OG 12 UCLA 6/3 302
Eric Herman OG 13 Ohio 6/4 320
Earl Watford OG 14 James Madison 6/3 300
Braden Hansen OG 15 Brigham Young 6/5 306
Chris Barker OG 16 Nevada 6/3 305
Blaize Foltz OG 17 TCU 6/3 329
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