We wrap up the draft by further bolstering the offensive line with the selection of KT Leveston with the 226th overall pick. The former Wildcat measures in at 6-3 and 337lbs so he is hefty and could more than hold his own in the physicality of the NFL game.
Leveston played primarily left tackle at KSU but also played some left guard which is where he projects long term at the NFL level. That is primarily because of his average arm length and slightly above average wingspan which would put him at a major disadvantage against the longer edge rushers in the pros. This is less of an issue on the interior and his strength and size will actually be an advantage.
The Texas native could be similar to Jermaine Eluemunor where he is primarily a guard by trade but can play either tackle position if needed. Leveston could have a long NFL career if he is able to show off that versatility and could be a potential starter at guard if the Raiders move Dylan Parham to center to replace Andre James.