The Good: Albert is a big, athletically gifted early entry lineman. He is a rare athletic specimen who earned All-ACC honors in each of his three seasons as a starter. He has all the tools to dominate as both a run and pass blocker at the next level. He also projects to left tackle because of his impressive physical talent. He is the best guard prospect since Pro Bowler Steve Hutchinson from the 2001 NFL Draft class.
The Bad: He occasionally will struggle when matched up against top speed rushers. He shows good functional strength and hand use, but he needs to get his hands on a defender faster to gain control. Albert can struggle with bigger defenders when he plays too tall and allows them to get into his body.
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