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Old 01-10-2013, 11:58 PM    (permalink
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Default Reid Fragel, OT, Ohio St.

Fragel is a really under the radar guy right now who has a chance to fly up draft boards if he performs as I think he might at the Senior Bowl and the combine. For a little background on him, at this time last year, he was a starting TE for OSU. He was primarily known for his blocking, but he had TE skills as well. For example this 45 yard reception in the Sugar Bowl:

http://m.youtube.com/#/watch?v=tUN8k...DtUN 8k5LWdDk

Last spring, he started the transition to OL and added about 20 pounds to get up into the 300 to 310 range, but carried the weight extremely well and easily won the starting RT job at OSU. In his first ever season as an OL, he was named honorable mention All Big Ten and was one of the best OL on the Buckeyes line that opened up huge holes in the running game.

Fragel is one of those guys with huge upside. He has outstanding work ethic, intangibles and plays with a mean streak. He has elite athleticism for an OT. While he is a little bit raw, he also really produced on the field. If he impresses this spring, as I think he might, I would not be at all surprised to see him work his way into the 2nd round and eventually be one of the best OL in this entire draft class.
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