Albert Huggins

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  1. bodi

    bodi Well-Known Member

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    Where does ne fall in the draft

    He was credited with 30 tackles, 3.5 TFL and 2.5 sacks in his senior season, by far his most productive

    Lacks name recognition due to status as rotational defender along Clemson's talented defensive line, but Huggins' ability to occupy blocks and stand his ground against double teams will be of value to specific defensive units. He won't make many plays outside his area and is unlikely to see rush downs, but run-stuffers still matter and he could hear his name called later on Day 3 with a chance to become a rotational nose in an odd or even front

    •Big, powerful block-eater
    •Carries brute strength in his upper body
    •Good flexion in lower half for leverage
    •Able to grow roots against double team blocks
    •Adequate lateral movement to side-step on occasional block
    •Feels limited effects of a down block
    •Has potential to develop into 2-gapper with more work
    •Powerful base to plow through edge redirection
  2. Undefeated

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    I would guess round 6, maybe the 5th. I haven't watched him at all, but he seems like an interesting prospect, so I'll have to take a look.
  3. cowboyec

    cowboyec Well-Known Member

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    6th or 7th.
    played well for Dexter Lawrence.
    very active...good player.
  4. Johnny23

    Johnny23 Well-Known Member

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    If he is there with our company pick I would be willing to give him a look.
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  5. John813

    John813 Well-Known Member

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    For the folks who have watched the dT's in this class, how does he compare to Greg Gaines?

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