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Anthony Alabi

Height: 6-5 | Weight: 310 | College: TCU
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Positives … Has a tall frame with good chest thickness, broad shoulders, muscular arms, wide hips, good bubble and thick legs … Power blocker with impressive size and bulk … Well-proportioned athlete who generates a sudden surge off the snap … Rolls his hips on contact and has that "mauler" mentality to explode into defenders … Shows outstanding foot work and second-level quickness to position properly and sustain his blocks in pass protection … Has a good kick slide to get back and seal off the outside and is most effective when taking on defenders right in front of him … Shows good cover-up ability positioning himself for in-line blocking … Takes proper angles moving out to neutralize linebackers in the open field … Has long arms necessary for pass protection … Shows enough awareness and lateral movement in pass protection to mirror and pick up stunts well … His trap blocking skills might be better suited to play offensive guard … Has shown marked improvement in using his leg strength to anchor more firmly vs. the bull rush … When he brings his hands up quickly off the snap, he is capable of moving the pile.Negatives … Has the ideal size for the position, but needs to be more physical and aggressive … Shows good overall play strength, but has stiffness in his hips that make him unable to bend his knees in order to establish good technique and leverage positioning … Plays on his toes a lot, causing problems maintaining balance and struggles to recover when beaten by the outside rush … Needs to show better hand usage as he will tend to make passive punches towards his man, with little effect, spending more time catching defenders and this leads to him struggling to lock out and sustain blocks … Lacks the agility to slide out on sweeps, crossing his feet and keeping a narrow leg base to make defenders knock him off-stride … Little too slow-footed when he has to run and change directions out in space … Despite his weight room strength, he does not generate enough pop and punch with his handas and also fails to recoil consistently … More of a catch-&- steer drive blocker than a mauler and is susceptible to the double move.

2004 Season

First team All-Conference USA selection by the league's coaches and media members … Started twelve games at left tackle, missing the Alabama-Birmingham contest due to an ankle sprain … Helped the team be one of six Division I-A schools to average over 200 yards rushing and 200 yards passing per game … The offense generated 5581 yards, an average of 429.3 yards per game … Registered 62 knockdowns with eight touchdown-resulting blocks and allowed four sacks.2003 GAME AnalysisTulane … Began the season with seven knockdowns, taking down rush end Daniel Nevil to spring tailback Lonta Hobbs for a 7-yard touchdown run in the second quarter as TCU totaled 464 yards.Vanderbilt … Registered a season-high eleven knockdowns for an offense that generated 409 yards … Leveled defensive end Jovan Haye on a 17-yard touchdown toss from QB Brandon Hassell to Quentily Harmon and also opened a hole used by tailback Robert Merrill for a 13-yard scoring scamper.Houston … Produced seven knockdowns … Shoved defensive end Joe Clay to the ground on Hassell's 48-yard touchdown pass to Cory Rodgers in the first quarter as the team picked up 782 yards, a school game-record.Cincinnati … Made short work of defensive end Trent Cole, collecting seven knockdowns over the pass rush specialist, including one on a 22-yard scoring scamper by Brandon Hassell on a QB draw that capped a 7-play, 65-yard drive in the second quarter as the Horned Frogs gained 298 yards.

2003 Season

Started every game at left tackle … Helped TCU lead Conference USA with an average of 203.2 yards rushing per game … The offensive line did a stellar job, as TCU quarterbacks were sacked just 22 times in 12 games … Posted 58 knockdowns with eight touchdown-resulting blocks.

2002 Season

Earned significant playing time at left offensive tackle as a redshirt freshman … Played in ten games.

2001 Season

Redshirted as a true freshman after transferring to Texas Christian.

2000 Season

Attended the United States Naval Academy from June to November, 1999.

Injury Report

2001: Missed two games after suffering a concussion.2003: Sat out the Alabama-Birmingham contest with a high ankle sprain.


Completed his degree in Criminal Justice with a minor in Business … Would like to work for the Secret Service … Son of Tony and Edna Alabi (pronounced uh-LOB-ee) … Born Anthony Abayomi Alabi on 2/16/81 … Resides in Tony and Edna Alabi … born February 16, 1981 in San Antonio, Texas.

High School

CAMPUS: 5.31 in the 40-yard dash … 500-pound bench press … 810-pound squat … 475-pound power clean … 30-inch vertical jump … 8'10" broad jump … Right-handed … 21/30 Wonderlic score. COMBINE: 5.23 in the 40-yard dash … 2.97 20-yard dash … 1.84 10-yard dash … 4.6 20-yard shuttle … 7.62 three-cone drill … 32.5-inch vertical jump … 8'9" broad jump … Bench pressed 225 pounds 18 times … 36 -inch arm length … 10 3/8-inch hands … 29 Wonderlic score.


Attended Antonian (San Antonio, Tex.) College Prep, playing football for coach Dan Garza … Lettered four times in football … Also lettered in basketball and track … Earned All-District and All-State honors in football and track … Team MVP in his junior and senior seasons on the gridiron … On defense, he led the team in sacks (13) and tackles (82) … Two-time state champion in track.


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