Eugene Monroe: NFL Draft Watch


Published: March 15, 2009


... was comfortable in keeping 2008 first-round pick Branden Albert inside at left guard—as opposed to left tackle—where Albert started 15 games as a rookie for the Kansas City Chiefs.

Despite Albert's obvious tools, Al Groh was wise to keep Monroe on the outside if his play as a senior was any indication.

Named an All-American and the recipient of the Jacobs Blocking Trophy as the best blocker in the ACC, Monroe looks the part of a top 10 prospect.

NFL offensive coordinators and quarterbacks would love to have his length and strength in pass protection. He displayed an arm span of 33 7/8" and a hand span of 11 1/8" at the combine.

I have him going 10th to the San Francisco 49ers.


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