NFL scouts have moved Alabama's Andre Smith down their lists because of off-field issues. But at the end of the day, is he still the best tackle available in the draft? Our experts reveal whom they would pick as the best player at each position.[details]
The Good: A natural football player who saw time at TE, RB, QB and WR in his two years at Rice. Was very productive over that time and showcases the ability to cleanly get in and out of his routes and separate on all levels. Is a legit 4.65 guy with the burst and acceleration to threaten NFL secondaries down the seam. Possesses good hands and toughness over the middle. The Bad: Was not asked to fully focus on the tight end postion at Rice and is still raw with his blocking technique. Lacks the girth and power in his base to get much push; may need to be split out and/or line up as an H-back at the next level.