Otherwise, I want to hear why we're not crapping ourselves with joy that this seemingly ideal 3-4 end, at a beefy 6'7" and reported to be a tackler, a sack threat, and a guy that regularly draws double o-line coverage, has been mocked all to often to be drafted after #23.
Pardon that run-on, but unless we're changing over to 4-3, this guy definately makes RE on my team. I haven't heard much talk about him, so I wonder what I'm missing. That hulk could eat lots of blocks for Timmons/Foote/Harrison to do some dirty work.
I'd provide a link to the nfl.com draft site where I did some research, but my browser's acting funky.
After reading about the RT prospect Gozer because Albert might not make it to #23, a negative was that he is very poor against edge rushers. How can one be an effective NFL tackle without that skill?
If he has to spend a year to learn it, let's pick a tackle in round 2.
Thanks, by the way, for that breakdown of what draft picks each active player comes from.
Lifer, I'd like to hear you're response, but i'll wait till pick #23:)