100-90 elite; 89-85 Pro Bowler; 84-70 starter; 69-60 backup; 59-0 replaceable.
Sounds about right. Hunt finished last year with a 65.8 at RT but that also includes a rough start to his career.
Miami’s offensive line in 2020 was probably worse than it looked given how well the unit was protected by scheme and the team's quarterbacks. But one young player who did impress was Robert Hunt at right tackle. Two of his first three starts were ugly, but after that, he was remarkably solid and had some genuinely accomplished games down the stretch.
Hunt allowed 23 total pressures as a rookie and had four games with a PFF run-blocking grade above 80.0 in the second half of the season. He may have to negotiate the potential arrival of Penei Sewell in the draft, but if Hunt enters 2021 as a starter again at right tackle, he could have a fine season. - PFF
Hunt finished the 2020 season ranked in just the 40th percentile of all offensive tackles in pass-blocking grade on a per-snap basis, but he did finish above the 70th percentile in run-blocking grade on both gap and zone runs. - PFF
Rookie left tackle Austin Jackson allowed only one sack from Week 12 on. On the other side, rookie right tackle Robert Hunt earned five of his top PFF game grades over the final six weeks of the season. -
Veteran Jesse Davis played 1,055 snaps at three different positions and allowed only one sack all season. Fellow veteran Ereck Flowers surrendered just 20 quarterback pressures on 539 pass-blocking snaps. -Travis Wingfield
Talk about regression....