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3.13 New Orleans Saints Terron Armstead, OT, Arkansas-Pine Bluff (6-5, 306)
Terron Armstead has a lot of upside at offensive tackle and could, in time, turn himself into a very serviceable offensive tackle in the National Football League. Drafted by New Orleans at the 3.13 position, he has great feet, agility and is a very good athlete compared to most offensive tackles. What holds him back is the lack of strength in his lower body which allows for him to lose leverage against opposing defensive lineman. If he can build up the strength in his lower body and improve on a few technical aspects of his blocking game, Armstead has the potential to become a fixture in the Saints offensive line for years to come.
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