75. La'el Collins, OT, LSU . LSU may have lost a ton of early departures to the NFL draft, but it's still hard not to like a Les Miles that returns four of five starters along the offensive line. The unit paved the way for lead running backs who averaged (Jeremy Hill) and (Terrence Magee) yards per carry, and while Zach Mettenberger was sacked fairly often, perhaps that's to be expected with an immobile quarterback who threw downfield a lot. By no means has Collins been dominant yet as a blind-side pass protector, but he has an NFL frame and the potential to develop into one of the nation's best as a senior.