|ESPN.com: NFL Draft 2007||[Print without images]|
|Asked if he would be a NFL prospect without his dad, Jamaal Anderson says "Impossible."|
|Glenn Anderson, 61, lost his hearing when he was 6, but he never let that slow him down.|
|Jamaal Anderson, center, and his parents Karen and Glenn celebrate his high school graduation and his future at Arkansas. Jamaal chose the Hogs after coaches used sign language to communicate with Glenn.|
Strengths: He displays good combination moves of power and finesse as a pass rusher. Outstanding size, good lower-body strength and upper-body power.
Weaknesses: Lacks elite top-end speed and will struggle to turn the corner as quickly when rushing the passer off the edge. Limited experience (only a starter for a year and a half).
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|Jamaal Anderson had 13½ sacks last year at Arkansas and may be the first D-lineman selected in the NFL draft.|