If Albert had stayed healthy during 2013 and hadn't shown any signs of age then he'd still be there and Eric Fisher would still be a right tackle. If Eugene Monroe had showed any level of buy-in with the offensive scheme, he might still be in Jacksonville and Luke Joeckel may still be a right tackle. As it happened, Jason Peters DID stay healthy in 2013 and played well, bought into Chip Kelly's new scheme, and so he's been re-signed and now Lane Johnson is a right tackle indefinitely.
But since you asked, I believe Jon Tait was taken at 14 overall to play right tackle. Kenyatta Walker was also taken at 14 overall to play right tackle. Mike Williams was taken at 2 overall and he was most certainly intended to be a right tackle. Jordan Gross was taken at 8 overall and played right tackle from 2003 to 2007 before finally moving to left tackle in 2008. Shawn Andrews was taken at 16 overall and intended to play right tackle. Gosder Cherilus was taken at 17 overall and has been playing right tackle ever since. Jeff Otah same thing at 19 overall. Andre Smith was taken 6 overall and never intended to be anything other than a right tackle. Anthony Davis was taken at 11 overall and never intended to be anything but a right tackle. I believe George Foster and Stockar McDougle were taken both 20 overall and intended to play right tackle all along.
That's 12 guys taken in the top 20 to play right tackle for a significant amount of their career in the last 15 drafts...nearly 1 every draft. There have been 5 guys taken in just the top 11 for that deed.