Jermayne Lole is another name to consider. Some analysis from SI: The first thing that pops off Jermayne Lole's tape is his movement skills for someone his size. Being north of 300, Lole makes it hard on interior linemen to keep up with his bend, low pad level, and sudden change of direction. Against the run, Lole has good gap integrity and can be a two-gap tackle working both sides of a block. He does a great job at stacking and shedding blocks while keeping eyes in the backfield and timing his shed. The initial punch off the line is strong and likely leaves a bad taste in the mouth of whoever is on the receiving end. He plays with good patience and has solid gap integrity. When rushing the passer, Lole is shifty with his approach and plays inside-out on blocks. He has good drive and can collapse the pocket. He creates natural leverage with excellent ankle flexion and drops into his stance. His suddenness and quick hands allow for him to exploit overzealous offensive linemen. When he doesn't create pressure, he knows how to get into the pass lanes and get his hands up to deflect passes. From PFF: resets the line of scrimmage consistently one on one and can be an impact pass rusher with his skill set at the next level. Forklifting Lole one on one is not an option. His low center of gravity and first step make locking him up a chore. Lole can not only hold up to double teams on the nose, but he can also penetrate as a 3-technique. Any scheme could use him. I was looking at him earlier for Buffalo but went with DeMarvin Leal. One negative about him is he doesn’t have great length and may struggle keeping lineman out of his pads. Grave Digger didn’t have great length either but his smaller size and leverage worked to his advantage. Far as I’m concerned the Steelers made a big mistake lettering Hargrave get away.