Anthony Alabi
OT | (6'5", 310, 5.2) | TCU

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Selected by: Miami Dolphins
Round: 5
Pick (Overall): 26(162)
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Overall: Alabi attended the US Naval Academy from June-to-November of 1999. He walked on at TCU in 2000 and redshirted that season. He missed two games because of a concussion in 2001 but saw a good amount of time at left tackle in the other 10 games. Alabi became a fulltime starter in 2002 and remained a fulltime starter throughout his final three seasons at TCU (2002-'04). He was named to the first-team All-Conference USA team in 2003 and 2004. He also played in the Villages Gridiron Classic. Alabi has adequate but not great height, strength and athletic ability. He was a dominating player at the mid-major collegiate level and he showed very good leadership, toughness and durability throughout. The problem, however, is that Alabi lacks ideal "measurables" to translate that production to the NFL level. In our opinion, Alabi is a proven enough commodity to use a mid-to-late round ... For complete overview, strengths and weaknesses, login above or become an Insider.
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