Notes: 2009 Second-Team All-American...First-Team All-SEC in 2009...Second-Team All-SEC in both 2010 and 2008...Played defensive tackle as a freshman, right guard as both a sophomore and junior, and center as a senior...Moved to center in 2010 to fill the void left by the departure of his brother, Maurkice, a first-round pick of the Pittsburgh Steelers...Superior athlete who played in many big games at Florida...May be moved back to guard at the NFL level...Uses hands and arms effectively... Explodes off the ball...Has a mean streak...Needs to improve a bit as a downfield blocker...Struggled with snaps earlier in senior year but did improve...Not quite as highly regarded as his brother coming out of college, but still a top level prospect.
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