Arizona's third draft pick in 1998, Anthony Clement was plagued with back trouble in his first two pro seasons and struggled through 14 starts last year. But now the monstrous (6'7", 355-pound) right tackle from Southwestern Louisiana has a clean bill of health. A strong drive-blocker, Clement may struggle against quick, edge rushers. But his 36-inch reach—the longest that Cardinals general manager Bob Ferguson has seen in 19 years of scouting—will help. Clement will team with 1999 first-round pick L.J. Shelton to form what Arizona hopes will be one of the league's best young tackle tandems. Both are 24. Average weight: 348 pounds. Says Clement, "I would love to be a bookend with L.J. for a long time to come."