@Walter I guess you don't remember the miracle in the Meadowlands. You take the easy TD there where all he had to do was pick up the ball on the ground and scoot 5 yards into the endzone and one fluke play of bobbled kneel down is not going to make you lose. Just me but I will take the 2 score lead where no giant mistake will kill you with a 6 point lead.
Active hands - doesn't let linemen get into his body
Has a deadly club move
Nice body control - can bend and drive past linemen
Nice skill set and collegiate production
Frame is maxed out
Gets engulfed against bigger linemen
Can get overwhelmed and frustrated when run at
Lacks great speed
Lacks upside - a bit of an overachiever
One-gap DT only in 4-3 schemes
Summary: Price is a player I like a lot for teams that need a 3-technique (think a Warren Sapp-type role). He makes a lot of plays and is just flat out dominant at times. He doesn't take many plays off and it wouldn't surprise me if it's revealed that he has top intangibles. He'll find himself drafted in the top 25 picks.
Player Comparison: Mike Patterson. Patterson is also a quick, stocky defensive tackle who disrupts at the line.