Alaric Jackson OT, Iowa
The Georgia Bulldogs just lost both starting offensive tackles to the 1st round of the 2020 NFL Draft, and they also lost their backup tackle/current guard Cade Mays to Tennessee as a transfer.
If you are a premier offensive tackle looking for a place to prove yourself against the best, there aren’t going to be many places that offer that sort of opportunity that you are about to have.
Best case scenario you find yourself as the anchor on and offensive line and show that you aren’t as stiff as people believe. But even if you don’t take that next step and become a 1st round offensive tackle, you can still show your power as a run blocker and your ability to handle EDGEs at the highest level.
Georgia has done a great job churning out offensive linemen over the last few years and they would be smart to recruit someone like Jackson, although so would Arkansas who just hired Sam Pittman as their head coach (who was a long-time OL coach for Georgia).
Either way, a number of teams would be dying to have a tackle like Jackson in the fold and if he wanted to make a move, even more teams would love him at guard.