A four-year starter, Saulsberry wasn't highly recruited out of high school, choosing Mississippi State over Memphis. After redshirting in 2007 as a defensive lineman, he transitioned to the offensive side of the ball and earned the starting right tackle job as a redshirt freshman, starting every game in 2008. Saulsberry moved inside to left guard in 2009 as a sophomore, starting all 12 games. He again started every game in 2010 as a junior, starting at right guard (10 starts), center (2 starts) and left guard (1 start). Saulsberry again showed off his versatility in 2011, starting all 13 games at right guard (9 starts) and center (4 starts). Saulsberry lacks ideal size and strength and isn?t overpowering, but he makes up for it with his tenacious playing style and feisty, competitive attitude ? takes pride in finishing his blocks. He is a sticky blocker who looks natural pulling and blocking in motion. Saulsberry is versatile with the skill-set and experience to help out at guard, but his size and frame projects him best to center for most teams ? reminiscent of a poor man?s Rodney Hudson and is the best interior line prospect in this class that no one seems to be talking about. Seems to be the type of player Garret and Dallas likes late, can play all the spots on the OL if needed and could develop into a starter. right guard (19 starts), left guard (13 starts), right tackle (12 starts) and center (6 starts).