Alabama's Wallace Gilberry (right) talked with Rivals.com Thursday about his experience at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis, and his preparations for Pro Day. Check the Ultimate Ticket for more.[details]
2006 (Junior): Started all 13 games at defensive end. Gilberry was one of the leaders on the Tide defense with 10.5 tackles for loss, 3.5 sacks and 10 hurries. He recorded 43 tackles with 22 solo to lead the defensive line. Played 555 total snaps, the most of any defensive lineman.
2005 (Sophomore): A 12-game starter at left defensive end, Wallace closed the season with 34 tackles and seven stops behind the line for 34 yards. After playing behind Todd Bates at left defensive end in 2004, Wallace moved into a starting spot in 2005. He had an excellent spring, earning the Jerry Duncan I Like to Practice Award.
2004 (Freshman): Playing in every game, Wallace had some eye-popping stats on the season. He was the team leader with 13 stops behind the line (50 yards) and 6.5 sacks (44 yards) as he finished with 28 tackles. He also had seven quarterback pressures, two forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries. He had five tackles against Mississippi State and 2.5 sacks for 17 yards. He had three tackles for loss in back-to-back games against Mississippi State and LSU. Wallace played in every game and had 237 snaps on the season, including a high of 28 against LSU. Gilberry closed out spring practice behind Todd Bates at the left defensive end position.