Calvin Armstrong
OT | (6'7", 325, 5.5) | Washington State

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Selected by: Philadelphia Eagles
Round: 6
Pick (Overall): 37(211)
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Overall: Armstrong redshirted in 2000 before taking over as a fulltime starter three games into the 2001 season. He was a starter from his redshirt freshman season in 2001 on and finished his collegiate career with 45 starts in 49 games played. He was twice named first-team All-Pac 10 (2002 and 2004) and was honorable mention in 2003. Armstrong is a left tackle prospect with great size, long arms, durability, experience and a solid work ethic. However, while Armstrong does have some upside because of his size, he's overrated as an NFL draft prospect because of all the national attention and the awards he won at the collegiate level. In all reality, Armstrong has below average strength, explosiveness and mobility. As a result, we expect him to slip to the middle of the second day of the draft and to level off as nothing more than a reserve journeyman type ... For complete overview, strengths and weaknesses, login above or become an Insider.
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