In a draft that’s incredibly deep at tackle, with his college quarterback squarely in the spotlight, Radunz has gone a bit under the radar in the pre-draft process. Still, there’s a lot to like about his game, especially when it comes to the Patriots. At 6-foot-4, 301 pounds, he has the frame to compete in the NFL. He’s very technically sound and understands the game well. In addition to both left and right tackle, some evaluators believe he could play guard at the next level as well. He’s been projected as high as a late first-round pick, but his lack of raw athleticism and overall depth at the tackle position in the draft will likely push him into Day 2. Still, his current makeup would make him an interesting investment for a team that develops offensive line talent as well as the Patriots do.