It’s tough for most analysts to accurately grade or evaluate the offensive line position. While that’s true, Cole Cubelic is not your average college football analyst.

The former Auburn offensive lineman has been working for the SEC Network for a number of years and in addition to his duties serving as a sideline analyst in the fall and as a radio host throughout the entire year in Alabama, Cubelic will often share video clips and highlights featuring the players on the field that typically get the least amount of respect.

While offensive linemen may not receive much love from the casual fan, true football fans know the offensive line is the most important position when it comes to consistent success on the football field.

With that in mind, Cubelic shared his thoughts on the SEC’s best offensive lines heading into the 2020 season.

In addition to his top five rankings, we’ve listed out the returning starters for each group as well as notable offseason additions for the coming season.

#1 Alabama

Returning starters: LT Alex Leatherwood (Sr.), C Landon Dickerson (Sr.), RG Deonte Brown (Sr.), RT Evan Neal (Soph.)

#2 Tennessee

Returning starters: LT Wanya Morris (Soph.), LG Trey Smith (Sr.), C Brandon Kennedy (Sr.), RG Jerome Carvin (Jr.), RT Darnell Wright (Soph.)

Transfer addition: Cade Mays from Georgia *Mays’ eligibility status for 2020 remains unknown.

#3 Kentucky

Returning starters: LT Landon Young (Sr.), C Drake Jackson (Sr.), Luke Fortner (Sr.), RT Darian Kinnard (Jr.)

#4 Georgia

Returning starters: C Trey Hill (Jr.), RG Ben Cleveland (Sr.)

#5 Florida

Returning starters: LT Stone Forsythe (Sr.), C Brett Heggie (Sr.), RT Jean Delance (Sr.)

Transfer addition: Stewart Reese graduate transfer from Mississippi State.