Others: Derrick Dockery, guard, Texas; Jordan Black, tackle, Notre Dame; Tony Pathos, tackle, Illinois; Torrin Tucker, guard, Southern Mississippi; Jeff Roehl, guard, Northwestern; Taylor Whitley, guard, Texas A&M; Dan Koppen, center, Boston College; Wayne Lucier, center, Colorado.
Rising: Brett Romberg, center, Miami, has the smarts and experience to be a potential starter in the NFL. He comes from Canada. Center Austin King of Northwestern could take advantage of weaknesses at the guard and tackle positions to slip into the third round.
Declining: Brett Williams, tackle, Florida State was a high-school All-American who figured to be a future first-round pick, but he might not go until the bottom of the second round or slip into the third. He's not the overpowering run-blocker everyone expected.
Intriguing: Jon Stinchcomb, tackle-guard Georgia. Some believe he's among the 10 best offensive linemen and he might be that. His brother, Matt, was a first-round choice of the Raiders. He's a 500-pound bench-presser with a brilliant mind. He has the body to play guard or tackle. His techniques are excellent.
Sleepers: Seth Wand, tackle, Northwest Missouri State is a small college star who offers promise as a left tackle. Wade Smith of Memphis was a tight end as a junior who offers power as a right blocking run tackle. Chad Setterstrom is a Northern Iowa center with a nasty streak.
Notable: Wisconsin offers two members of the Johnson family, center Al and cousin Ben, who is a tackle. Even though Al is 15 months older then Ben, they came to the school in 1998. They've been starting on the same line together for three years.