Re: With the 29th pick in the 2007 NFL Draft
Gil Brandt's Analysis
Grubbs is a very solid pick here. He's going to be a starter for a long time. He's a player who came to Auburn originally as a DL, then moved to offense. He has been a three-year starter on a team that loves to run the ball. He also does a very good job with pass protection.
Pat Kirwan: Very impressive run blocker. He'll be a first-day starter. He can enter the NFL and pass block right away. The most impressive thing is he has great balance and can pull and trap. He also can get out in front of a screen, block and trap.
Vic Carucci: The Ravens needed to bring some youth to their offensive line. Grubbs might not play the position that was the team's No. 1 need on the O-line (tackle), but he should do plenty to help improve Baltimore's run blocking and pass protection. He is talented enough and smart enough to be an immediate starter.
M&T Bank Stadium - Section 513
Proud Season Ticket Holder since 1998