Brandon Greene, OT, Birmingham Iron
Brandon Greene went undrafted out of the University of Alabama in 2017 and never really was able to stick around with an NFL team. He finished his time at Bama as a tight end who primarily blocking tight end but his future as a football player was at tackle. So, he moved back to the offensive line for the AAF.
Greene finished the season as the best tackle in the AAF, showing some great promise in the passing game, though, it appeared that the running game was behind. We all know the Houston Texans need offensive line help and Greene could provide some nice organizational depth.
Greene held down the left tackle position for an Iron team that was in the upper tier of the league. He was a consistent starter from day one for the team and remained as such throughout the duration of the season.
He was a little slender coming out of college but he looked like he added a little weight for the AAF. He protected his quarterback extremely well. Birmingham dropped back to pass on 280 snaps and he only allowed pressure 16 times. He could provide good competition and depth at the tackle position for the Texans.