3. Albert Huggins
Albert Huggins continues to impress.
While he may have been a backup for the majority of his career with Clemson football, Huggins is certainly an impressive specimen for organizations looking for a defensive tackle to develop and build some depth.
He finished second among defensive tackles in the bench press (35) and was in the middle of the pack in the 40-yard dash.
Huggins projects as a nose-tackle type player and I really like what he was able to do during the combine.