Lacks the kind of first step to threaten the edge as a pass rusher, but does do a nice job generating some power on his punch and dropping his pad level as a bull rusher. Works hard to fight his way off contact, but lacks the kind of natural strength to be a consistent threat as a pass rusher even at the college level.
Impression: A hard-working defensive end prospect who simply doesn't offer the burst or power to be real effective in either the run or pass game at the next level."
Positive: Competitive lineman with limited upside for the next level. Plays with good lean, gets leverage on opponents, and works his hands throughout the action. Displays a good head for the ball, slides down the line to make plays, and relentless in pursuit of the action. Occasionally stood up over tackle or tight end and displays effective pass rushing skills.
Negative: Possesses a minimal burst. Small and struggles getting off blocks once engaged at the point of attack.
Analysis: Albright is an undersized college defensive end who gets the most from his skills and plays hard until the whistle blows. He's an average athlete yet his approach on the field could help him catch on as a pass rush specialist/special teams player."
2010- Played in just 7 games again with 25 tackles, 9 TFLs, 3.5 sacks, an interception, 2 PBUs and a QBH.
2009- Started seven games for the Eagles. Had 32 tackles (20 solo), 8 TFL, one sack, and a fumble recovery.
2008- Had four tackles, a sack, and a fumble recovery in two games in 2008. However, he didn't play after that because of a season-ending neck injury.
2007- Earned an All-ACC honorable mention. Despite missing the first two games of the season, he tallied 38 tackles (22 solos, 16 assists), a team-high 8.5 sacks for 57 yards, 10 tackles-for-loss (second on the team), a quarterback hurry and two forced fumbles.
2006- Played in all 13 games as a true freshman. Even started the Meineke Car Care Bowl. Totaled 20 tackles, 3.5 TFLs, 2 sacks, and 3 FRs.
Strengths: Nice body length and overall athleticism. Room to grow. Just scratched the surface of his potential in college due to an assortment of injuries. Relentless power rusher with explosive hands. Played 4-3 DE in college, but may be tried elsewhere at the next level. Has a lot of intangibles if he can stay healthy. Gets up and bats balls, makes interceptions, and is alert in all phases. If he can add 20 pounds of muslce his best bet may to stay at weakside 4-3 DE.
Weaknesses: Snake bit, and can never seem to stay healthy. Could part of it be that he plays with such reckless abandon? Will a 245-power rusher ever hold up at the next level? As you can see, there are more questions than answers with Albright, although the talent is there. Needs to learn to protect his legs. Must learn to rely on speed and athleticism more, and less on his strength. Might be looked at as an OLB.
Projection: 6-7th rounder who would have been projected much higher had he stayed healthy in college and put up the kind of numbers he is capable of putting up."