he protected Tua's blind side. If they had a right-handed QB, he would have been on the left side in all likelihood. Not sure if they moved him when Tua was out, but by that time Saban would have probably wanted the continuity (and had Leatherwood anyway).
In NFL Combine grades J. Wills has the highest grade on there for OTs and itís not exactly close. Link - ( New Window )
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