2017 NFL Draft

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Wesley Britt

Height: 6-8 | Weight: 314 | College: Alabama
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Positives … Has a very tall frame, with the ability to add at least another thirty pounds of bulk … Has lean muscle development and is light on his feet for a player of his size … Has adequate quickness to gain position and slide … Plays with good awareness and is quick to pick up line games and blitzes … Has the intelligence to pick up plays quickly and is an articulate, intelligent and vocal athlete … Uses his size properly to occupy space and gain position in order to wall off and sustain … Decent drive blocker who has the lateral mobility to gain position coming off the snap … Plays with a wide base and has made improvements in attempts to readjust and mirror vs. the edge rushers … Lacks the ability to sink his hips and stay at a low pad level, but uses his frame to lean in and grab to push his man off the line and wall off … Decent second level blocker, taking good angles to make the second level cut-off block … When he keeps his leg base wide, he is quick in his kick slide.

Negatives … Has adequate initial quickness, but tends to take false steps and get behind the defender when coming off the snap … Lacks explosion and flexibility to roll his hips and drive defenders off the ball, relying on his size to wall off … While he is a four-year starter on the left side, he does not have the lower body strength or the foot quickness to prevent from being beaten off the edge … This could lead to him moving to the right side in the pros, where he will not have to be isolated vs. the quicker edge rushers … More of a waist bender, rather than a knee bender, causing him to struggle when defenders get outside his frame work … Shows good hand placement, but fails to generate a strong punch, despite his upper body power … When he gets high in his stance, he tends to cross his feet, resulting in him struggling to redirect vs. the edge rush … Needs to do a better job of reloading his hands (drops them and does not throw them), as he keeps them too low, allowing defenders to get into his chest to push him back … .Has had durability issues with fractured leg bones the last two years that might warrant further medical evaluation …

Needs to take better angles to cut off linebackers when working in the second level … Might not be suited to play guard, as he is a marginal trap blocker who fails to bring his feet and loses balance when on the move … Must work on eliminating the false steps he takes on his deep set.


2004 Season

Wesley missed the last four games of the season after suffering a broken leg just six plays into the Tennessee game … He had surgery and spent the remainder of the season in rehab … Britt had surgery on October 26th and was back on campus on October 29th for a team photo opportunity during the Tide's open date week … Participated in 561 plays on the season, including a high of 85 vs. Kentucky … Had 34 consecutive starts prior to his injury vs. Tennessee … Finished with 134 knockdowns in nine games and allowed four sacks while coming up with seven touchdown-resulting blocks.

2003 GAME Analysis

South Florida … Produced thirteen knockdowns in the season opener as the offense totaled 392 yards … Took down defensive tackle Lee Roy Selmon on QB Brodie Croyle's 10-yard touchdown toss to Triandos Luke.

Kentucky … Added twelve knockdowns to help the Tide pile up 464 yards … Leveled defensive end Jeremy Caudill on a 15-yard scoring scamper by tailback Shaud Williams.

Arkansas … The offense would amass 384 yards and Wesley would make fifteen knock-downs, including one that stopped linebacker Caleb Miller on Croyle's 16-yard scoring strike to Luke.

Southern Mississippi … Posted ten knockdowns as the Tide came up with 243 yards on the ground … Upended defensive tackle Eric Scott to spring Shaud Williams for a 1-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter.

2003 Season

A fixture on the Tide's offensive line, Wesley started every game and played an incredible 967 snaps on the season … Had 80 or more snaps in four games, including a season-high 86 vs. Oklahoma … Finished the season with 197 knockdown blocks and graded 96 percent or better in 12 of the 13 games … Graded 100 percent in games vs. Mississippi and Louisiana State and was 99 percent vs. Oklahoma and Auburn … Had a career-high 25 knockdown blocks vs. Southern Mississippi.

2002 Season

A starter in every game during the regular season for the Tide, Wesley played a total of 636 snaps, including a season-high 86 vs. South Carolina … Did not start in the Independence Bowl game … Finished the season with 107 knockdown blocks with a high of 17 vs. South Carolina … Had 13 knockdowns in the season-ending game vs. Southern Mississippi.

2001 Season

Redshirted as a freshman.

Injury Report

2003: Suffered a fractured left tibia and fibula in the Tennessee game, undergoing surgery on Oct. 26th, missing the rest of the season (Mississippi State, Louisiana State, Auburn, Hawaii).

2004: Did not participate in spring drills while undergoing rehabilitation of a broken left leg sustained in the Tennessee game in 2003 … Played the final two games of the season with a mid-foot sprain, which limited his snaps vs. Louisiana State and Auburn.

2005-Suffered a right fibula fracture during the week of practices at the Senior Bowl and would not be able to work out at the Combines or in campus pro day until April.


Graduated in December, 2003 with a degree in Marketing … Currently carries a 3.27 GPA and is enrolled in graduate school … Son of Tommy and Vera Britt … Brothers, Taylor and Justin also play for the Alabama Tide … Born 11/21/81 … Resides in Cullman, Alabama.

High School

5.30 seconds in 40-yard dash. … 24 bench reps at 225 pounds. … 33 Wonderlic score.


Attended Cullman (Ala.) High School, playing football for coach Mark Britton … All-State offensive tackle, Class 5A "Lineman of the Year" in Alabama and rated as one of the state's top-five prospects by College Sports' Southeastern Recruiting, adding Super Prep All-America as a senior … Fifth-best prospect on the Birmingham News "Super Senior" list … As a senior, he graded out at 85 percent and registered 38 pancake blocks … Was the third-best prospect in the southeast according to Super Prep and also played defense where he turned in 97 tackles and 12 stops behind the line … As a junior, he threw the discus 142-6 to win the state title.


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