motor 2013 Mullen defensive lineman Collin Albershardt has little time to relax
as he preps for next season in an attempt to gain DI notice and bring his
Mustangs back to the top of Colorado 5A football. Last season, while gaining
All-Conference honors, Albershardt had five sacks and nearly 100 tackles. A
workout warrior, who produces on the field, Albershardt, this offseason, has
gained good weight while keeping his explosiveness.
Wanting to put his game on display this summer
Albershardt has an itinerary of multiple camps. First off for Albershardt is the
one day camp at Wyoming, where he hopes to impress the Cowboy staff. Albershardt
will then turn his attention east, where in early July he will compete at the
New England elite camp. Albershardt hopes to put his game in front of multiple
east coast coaches. While on the east coast Albershardt hopes to make unofficial
visits to schools of interest. Back in Colorado, Albershardt is tweaking his
schedule to attend camps at both Colorado and Colorado State.
weekend Albershardt competed at the Nike combine in Oakland, where he posted a
score of 93.15. Albershardt’s performance, the highest score for a defensive
lineman, was highlighted by a 4.56 shuttle and 39 foot power ball
Albershardt is a versatile defensive lineman, who has
played up and down the Mullen line. His combination of smarts, motor and
toughness are intriguing to schools, if he can show the capacity to play from a
two point and drop into coverage, his stock could rise.