His last name is pronounced O-kway-BOO-nam. Yes it is not your All American name, his surname is Nigerian in origin. But the fact remains, he plays TE like a boss. Albert came to Missouri weighing 215 lbs. Four years later, he has grown into a man sized NFL body at 6'5" and 255 bs.
Albert is widely regarded as a move TE (receiving) as opposed to a rush TE (blocking). He is regarded as the best TE in the SEC, if not all of college football. Maybe this is too generic of a pro comp, but I certainly see Gronkowski traits in Albert's game.
He is athletic - used on multiple route trees. He has the speed to separate from corners on end zone corner routes. And he has the size and speed to administer the dagger to a defense on a seam route.
He has great hands. You will see in the below video that Albert wins many high pointed 50/50 balls - once the pigskin is in his area, it belongs to him.
I see Albert as being a tremendous red zone threat - a real security blanket for Baker.
One final thing to factor in. The 2019 roster has David Njoku as the unquestioned starter, and the Browns swapped out Darren Fells for Demetrious Harris - who John Dorsey was familiar with from his days as a Chief. Harris is younger and will be looked at as a rush TE - better blocker than receiver.
In 2018, Harris was targeted 25 times, but dropped 4 of them. Not a huge number, but that still is an alarming 16% drop rate. This would present a golden opportunity for Okwuegbunam to make the 2020 roster.