Daily Five: Offensive Guards & Centers Rankings Going Into The 2018 NFL Combine

Daily Five: Offensive Guards & Centers Rankings Going Into The 2018 NFL Combine

2018 NFL Draft

Daily Five: Offensive Guards & Centers Rankings Going Into The 2018 NFL Combine

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4. C Frank Ragnow, Arkansas

Why Frank Ragnow Is Here On The List: The Arkansas offensive front might have been disappointing, but it wasn’t Ragnow’s fault.

A true leader, he’s known for being a great locker room guy who’ll always show up for work, always be the alpha blocker in the clubhouse, and he can block a little, too.

Very strong, the 6-5, 310-pounder can rock for the running game with good power and enough toughness to get nasty when he needs to. Versatile enough to move to guard if needed, he’ll find a spot right away – but he’s a center.

What The NFL Types Want To See: Can he move? There’s no questioning his power, and everyone will like him in the interview process, but his stock will get a boost if he doesn’t lumber through the short drills. He can’t struggle to move his feet.

Bottom Line: While he might not be the best center prospect in the draft, some teams will have him as their top choice and a great value pick outside of the top 50. Someone will trade up in a big, big hurry if he slides out of the second round.

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