Found March 25, 2013 on Football Nation:
One of the most integral cogs to the University of Alabama’s national title run was none other than their right tackle, D.J. Fluker.Fluker is a massive human being and plays with good athleticism for such a big man. He came to Alabama very highly-regarded, even being listed as a five-star recruit.Fluker did not disappoint as he started 35 games over his career and contributed to two National Championship teams.While some say Fluker is a right tackle only in the NFL, that is not very good in terms of his versatility -- he still is a player that can lock down one side of the line for many years to come.Vitals Height: 6’5”Weight: 339 poundsPosition: Offensive TackleSchool: AlabamaClass: Redshirt Junior College Production / StatsWalter Camp & AP second-team All-American First-Team All-SEC selection 35 career starts at right tackle According to, he has missed only 11 assignments (98.6 percent) in 728 snaps in the 2012 season and only had two penaltiesMember and starter o...
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