#14 Missouri at #1 Georgia 3:30pm (Arrowhead Time)
Who to Watch: Georgia OT Amarius Mims
Obviously, there's going to be lots of NFL talent running around the field with the top-ranked Bulldogs on the field. Right now, there are two can't-miss tackle prospects in Joe Alt and Olu Fashanu. After that, there is a second wave of prospects who still profile as first-round picks but have some flaws. Mims has an ideal NFL left tackle frame, standing at 6'7" and weighing in at 340 pounds he's extremely agile for his size. He embodies "float like a butterfly, sting like a bee". Mims has played right tackle for two seasons for Georgia but has the athleticism and arm length to be a left tackle at the next level. He's a tad inconsistent on tape but the upside is tremendous.
How he fits: The Chiefs have been looking for their left tackle of the future since Eric Fisher tore his Achilles. Mims would be the best prospect they've had at the position since. While rookie Wanya Morris still has traits that could translate at left tackle, he's likely best suited to right tackle or swing tackle. Mims is what Andy Reid loves in a left tackle: long, lean, and athletic. Mims could certainly benefit from some time behind a vet, similar to what the Steelers did with Brodrick Jones (another Georgia tackle). A season with coach Andy Heck behind a vet before getting to play next to Joe Thuney is the best-case scenario for a prospect like Mims.