I would be a happy camper if Cordy Glenn is the pick at #10. Here is a condensed version of some of the comments I have read on the internet matrix.
He is a 3 year starter with about 1 1/2 years at LT. He has never missed a game and just keeps on improving. Well liked by teammates, he has no red flags. He has prototypical size for the position and is a natural slider in either direction. And a good knee bender. He's fast inline but not in quick change of direction drills. He has played at 345 with a belly. The speculation is how quick he could become at 325 or so.
Unlike Martin or Rieff, Glenn has lots of core strength already. He is good off the snap and anchors well against the bull rush. With his long arms it is difficult for a speed rusher to get around him. At the senior bowl he was the only LT to not allow a sack. And that was against Coples, Ingram and Upshaw. Also he seems to enjoy crushing people at the second level. He's a road grader type run blocker and pretty good at it already. He has experience at RT and guard. Very versatile. He likes to play the game.
Other downside? There is just not much history of him at LT. But there is widespread agreement he has the skills to play LT. Also, he is raw enough that an inside counter move gets him most of the time.
I think he has the most upside of any of the LTs in this draft. He simply needs more polish on his diamond. I think it will be either Gilmore or Glenn. Gilmore is an intriguing prospect, to be sure. But Glenn IMO will become a very good LT soon. No tweener here. And, as Buddy said, it would allow us to run many more plays beyond 20 yards. I don't understand the coaches love for Hairston. Glenn is a difference maker who would fill a rather ginormous need. WR and CB are deeper in quality. Cordy Glenn please.