NFL mock draft: Top offensive tackles in 2017

The NFL Mock Draft is a weekly look at the top offensive tackles entering the 2017 NFL Draft.

The Raiders selected tackle Andrew Donnal, a 6-foot-5, 329-pound guard out of Ohio State, in the fifth round.

Donnal is projected to be the No. 1 overall pick.

Donnals athleticism makes him an intriguing prospect for the Raiders to target in the first round.

He is a perfect fit for the Oakland Raiders’ offense as a tackle who can move around the field and can play both guard and center.

Donnally is a great fit for a Raiders offense that already has a lot of weapons at the position.

Donnaly can be an effective player in a run-heavy system, and he will be a huge asset for a team that is trying to win now.

The Broncos selected tackle Joe Dahl at No. 10 overall.

Dahl is a versatile lineman who can play guard, center and guard-tackle.

Dahl’s ability to play all three positions will be an asset for Denver.

He has a unique skill set and the Broncos have a ton of talented linemen in their draft class, so Dahl is an excellent value pick.

The Falcons selected tackle Zach Banner at No 14 overall.

Banner is a 6.5-foot, 310-pound center out of Texas Tech.

Banner has the ability to move around and is an ideal fit for Atlanta’s run-based system.

He has the athleticism to compete in a power-oriented system and is a huge playmaker at tackle for the Falcons.

Banner can be a valuable contributor on special teams, and his size will allow him to be a good run blocker.

He could be a great playmaker for Atlanta.

Banner could develop into a quality left tackle for a Falcons team that already boasts some talent at the positions.

The Packers selected tackle Jarrad Davis at No 15 overall.

Davis has a great upside for a run blocker who can be effective as a center.

He is a good fit for Green Bay’s run scheme, and the Packers have a lot to improve at the guard position.

Davis can be great in the run game and will be the difference maker on special team units.

The Redskins selected tackle Chris Wormley at No 17 overall.

Wormley is a powerful tackle who is extremely athletic.

He can play all four positions, but he has the strength and power to be an excellent run blocker for a Redskins offense that is built around the run.

He could be an ideal candidate for the Redskins to target if they can add some pass-rush help to their offensive line.

The Saints selected tackle Jordan Morgan at No 20 overall.

Morgan has a very similar skill set to Wormley.

Morgan is a very athletic tackle who could be utilized in the middle of the field, and Morgan has great athleticism to be able to move.

Morgan could be the top tackle available in the 2017 draft, and this is why the Saints have a solid haul of picks at the offensive tackle position.

The Saints also have some intriguing talent at guard in Travaris Cadet, Justin Pugh and David Yankey.