Importing info on real players from the draft thread:
Deonte Brown. 6' 4", 350. Left guard.
Earned first team All-SEC honors from the league coaches ... played 843 snaps during the 2020 season and missed only two assignments while committing four penalties … allowed half of a sack, one pressure and five quarterback hurries ...
Landon Dickerson, 6' 6", 325. Has played some guard.
Has a bad injury history, including a current one. Maybe available in the mid rounds?
Add Landon Dickerson’s name to the long list of dominant centers in Alabama history and maybe the best interior offensive linemen in college football in 2020 … winner of the Rimington Trophy presented annually to the nation’s top center and a semifinalist for the Outland Trophy … unanimous first team All-American … earned first team All-SEC honors from both the Associated Press and league coaches … co-recipient of the SEC Jacobs Blocking Trophy, pairing with teammate Alex Leatherwood … suffered a season-ending knee injury in the SEC Championship Game … also a first team All-America selection by CBS Sports and ESPN.com ............... Pro Football Focus listed Dickerson as the top-rated run-blocking center with a grade of 92.8 while ranking No. 2 among centers in the FBS with an overall offensive grade of 91.5 entering the College Football Playoff … known for his physicality and brute power up the middle, the fifth-year senior spent his second year as the Crimson Tide’s starting center ...
Alex Leatherwood, 6' 6", 312. Has played guard (RG).
Elected to return for his senior season, passing up the NFL Draft ... arguably the best left tackle in college football who anchored an offensive line that won the 2020 Joe Moore Award ... became Alabama’s fifth Outland Trophy winner and the fourth since 2008 … unanimous first team All-American … first team All-SEC honoree by both the Associated Press and the league coaches … co-recipient of the SEC Jacobs Blocking Trophy, pairing with teammate Landon Dickerson … garnered first team All-America honors by the AP, CBS Sports, ESPN.com, the FWAA, The Sporting News and USA Today ... played in 48 career games with 41 consecutive starts dating back to 2018 ... averaged an overall blocking grade of 91.5 by the Alabama coaching staff and a 99.7 on assignments … anchor of an Alabama offensive line that blocked for the Power 5’s No. 1 scoring offense (48.5 ppg), No. 1 pass efficiency offense (198.9), No. 2 passing offense (358.2 ypg), No. 2 total offense (541.6 ypg) and No. 23 rushing attack (183.5 ypg) …........ Leatherwood played 832 snaps during the 2020 season and allowed only two sacks, missed only three assignments and committed just five penalties … surrendered just three quarterback hurries and four pressures … selected as a first team Preseason All-American by four outlets (AP, ESPN.com, TSN, USA Today) ...
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