Albert Means
DT | (6'3", 318, 5.48) | Memphis

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Overall: Means began his career at Alabama, where he played in seven games and started four as a true freshman in 2000. He transferred from Alabama to Memphis and became a starter at defensive tackle after being given back his eligibility by the NCAA in a highly publicized recruiting scandal involving the University of Alabama. Means then missed his entire 2002 season at Memphis because of academics and returned in good-standing as a junior in 2003, when he started all 13 games and finished with 51 total tackles and two sacks. He started all 12 games as a senior in 2004 and finished with 38 total tackles, eight TFL and four sacks. While Means is much better known for the recruiting scandal he was involved in at Alabama and never reached his full potential at the collegiate level, he has developed into an intriguing late-round NFL prospect. He shed close ... For complete overview, strengths and weaknesses, login above or become an Insider.
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