—Experienced at right guard and center; team captain.
—Excellent overall athletic testing at the Arkansas pro day. Strong, agile and with good burst.
—Has ideal size (6'5", 312 lbs) with long arms (33 ⅛").
—Scheme-versatile thanks to lateral agility and length. Also has the power to anchor when lined up at center.
—Mean, tough drive-blocker who has excellent finishing skills.
—Tested as a better athlete than his film showed at times.
—Injured ankle in 2017 ended his season.
—Hands get outside the pads of pass-rushers, which could lead to holding calls.
—Is high coming out of his snap.
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A versatile starter who can line up in any scheme and at multiple positions, Frank Ragnow might be a first-rounder were he not coming off an injury. As it stands, he should be a top-50 selection and profiles well as a high-level starter.
GRADE: 6.75 (Round 2)
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