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Best team fits for top O-linemen

Andrus Peat is the most talented left tackle in this year's draft class. AP Photo/David J. Phillip

The athletic testing and drills portion of the 2015 NFL combine kicked off Friday, with the offensive linemen and tight ends taking the field. Neither position group is among the strongest in this year's class, but there was still much to be learned as several players who competed will be major factors on draft day.

Here are my impressions from Friday's workouts, beginning with workout analysis and possible team fits for the top O-linemen in the 2015 draft.

Where will the top offensive linemen land?

We aren't likely to have any offensive linemen go off the board as early as they have the past two seasons (Eric Fisher and Luke Joeckel 1-2 in 2013, Greg Robinson No. 2 in 2014), but there is still some good talent near the top of the O-line class, and many of these prospects (listed based on who had the best performances Friday) have the potential to land in the first round.