Terron Sanders figures he will have to wait until the lockout is over before he knows where his NFL future stands because its unlikely he will get drafted.
It could be a blessing in disguise for the defensive tackle out of Florida via Southeast High. Injuries have marred what could have been a standout career and the extra time gives the 6-2, 320 pounder more time to allow his body heal and get himself to one-hundred percent.
Sanders is ranked the 57th best defensive tackle out of 151 eligible for the NFL draft in one widely used ranking service. However, there are a lot of opinions out there and another rating publication (Opposing Views) has him ranked the 10th best nose tackle in the draft.
"A feisty player who seems to feed off the contact. Almost plays better against double teams. He'll take up the interior," the publication says.