is a natural right tackle and nothing else. That's his strength and it's also his weakness.
As a RT, he engulfs pass rushers. When he lines up at RT, the pass rushers tend to disappear, like if they enter a black hole or something. Apparently he's a strong right handed person, meaning he's much more flexible with with his right hand/left foot than he is with his left hand/right foot.
As a LT he's like a fish out of water. It looks like his brain is telling him " go go go " and his body is telling him " uh nope ".
I wouldn't want him as a guard either. He's not fluid enought to be a guard and he's very tall. Tyrone Green, from Auburn, would be a much better guard than Loadholt and he could be had in the later part of the draft, if that's what's needed. Loadholt teammate ( Robinson ) would also be a better prospect at guard than he would.
I'd still try to get Loadholt, though, because he could become a dominant RT in the NFL. It's just that he's not cut out to play other positions.