Barrett Jones, Senior, Center, Alabama
During his first three seasons at Alabama, Barrett Jones proved that he could play at guard and tackle. He spent his redshirt freshman campaign helping Alabama to a national title by starting all 14 games at right guard. As a sophomore in 2010, Jones continued to pave the way for Alabama’s seemingly unstoppable ground game from the right guard position.
In 2011, Jones made the move to tackle. He spent most of the season starting at left tackle, but he also saw action at left guard, right tackle and center. That covers everything on the offensive line. Jones had no trouble moving down the line as he won the coveted Outland Trophy following the 2011 campaign.
Just when you thought Jones found a home at left tackle, Coach Nick Saban moved his versatile lineman to the center spot for his senior season. Even though he played there some as a junior, it will be a big adjustment for Jones. But when all is said and done, Jones will be the most versatile lineman in the 2013 NFL Draft and he is very, very good at every position he plays.