Oregon OT Penei Sewell Opts Out, Entering 2021 Draft


Oregon OT Penei Sewell announced via his Twitter account on Sunday that he’s opting out of the 2020 season to focus on the 2021 draft. 


Sewell is considered to be a top-five prospect in next year’s draft class and could be one of the best offensive tackles to come out in recent years. 

Daniel Jeremiah previously compared Sewell to Titans LT Taylor Lewan coming out of Michigan. 

Jeremiah explained that both Lewan and Sewell have “ideal frames and play with a nasty temperament.” Although, he says Sewell plays with more power while Lewan was a little more athletic in space.

Jeremiah believes Sewell has Pro Bowl potential at the next level.

During his college career at Oregon, Sewell appeared in 21 games and was a unanimous first-team All-American last year.

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