Britton was redshirted prior the 2005 campaign. He began 2006 as the Wildcats' starting right tackle -- a position he held until he switched to the left in 2008. Britton started all of the thirty-seven games he saw action in. He was a Second Team All PAC-10 selection in 2007, and he will most likely earn some All American votes for his play this season. The massive Britton is one of the early risers in many 2009 Draft Boards and with good reason. Britton is a natural, fluid athlete who is very fast (5.05) for his immense size. He moves well once he gains the second level and is a good pass blocker who shows great footwork and natural knee bend. Moving very well laterally, he has enough strength to seal off a side. Britton has shown the ability to pull and work up the field and is a very competitive and well respected leader in the huddle. Although he has a high pain threshold, he has struggled with the wide rush and does not handle stunts well. He needs to bulk up, as well as finishing consistently and his tendency to play too tall. Britton is a top talent who will play regularly on Sundays. He does need better technique and more coaching, but he is a top tier player very similar to Denver's Ryan Clady.