BIOGRAPHY: "Three-year starter awarded all-Conference honors after his sophomore and junior seasons. Started every game he played at
Arizona, spending most of his time at left tackle."
POSITIVES: "Nice-sized offensive lineman who gets the most from his abilities. Blocks with good leverage and keeps his pads low. Stout
at the point, keeps his feet moving, and anchors in pass protection. Shows the ability to slide out and protect the edge,
making good use of blocking angles, and easily riding opponents from the action. Plays heads-up football, recognizes blitzes
thrown by opponents, and works well with teammates. Large enough to completely engulf or smother defenders. Makes exceptional
use of his hands, quickly getting them into defenders, and then correctly placing them to keep opponents from the action.
Controls opponents once engaged in a block."
NEGATIVES: "Stands to improve his run blocking, and must learn to finish off opponents. Struggles handling speedy edge rushers who get
the first step on him, and is slow to adjust. Ineffective in motion, and lacks the ability to hit a moving target."
ANALYSIS: "Britton is a solid offensive tackle with a good degree of upside potential. Slightly overrated coming into the pre-draft
process, he would've been better off returning for his senior season at Arizona, and then entering the 2010 draft, where he
would've graded as a top-20 selection. Britton presently ranks as a solid early-to-mid choice in round two, and he will eventually
develop into a starting tackle at the next level once he completes his game and improves his playing strength."