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Updated Oct. 06, 2010 @ 7:27 p.m.
By Mike Wilkening

The first prospect to make an appearance today was Virginia OG Branden Albert, far and away the most well-regarded player at his position and likely the only one with a shot at going in Round One. Albert, who measured in at 6-5½ and 309 pounds, is athletic enough to play tackle — he played the position in high school and made two starts at left tackle at UVA — and he said he's open to playing either position. Albert said his athleticism is his greatest strength, but also noted he must work on his pad level and his in-line blocking. 

 

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