Ragnow can get off balance at times. He suffered a high ankle sprain midway through the season that kept him out of action for the duration of the year.
Frank Ragnow is one of the most athletic pullers I have studied on tape at the center position. He can get off balance at times but not often enough to worry about. The ankle injury kept him out of the Senior Bowl and Combine but should be okay by his Pro Day. Ragnow is a Top 40 talent. Whether he ends up being drafted there remains to be seen.
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Ragnow wipes defenders out at the point of attack. He is a swift mover on pulls, destroying would be tacklers at the second level. Whenever Ragnow is pass blocking, and he doesn’t have a pass rusher in his direct line of sight, he goes on the hunt looking for someone to take out. Ragnow is a bell-to-bell fighter, no matter what the scoreboard shows.
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Today we are going to look at a center prospect that is suddenly flying under the radar. Frank Ragnow arrived in Fayetteville as a three-star offensive tackle recruit from Chanhassen HS (Victoria, MN). He chose the Razorbacks over Florida State and Minnesota. Ragnow played in nine games a true freshman before starting 13 games at right guard as a sophomore. He moved to center as a junior, starting twelve games. As a senior, Ragnow only started half of the Arkansas games before he injured his ankle. The ankle injury also caused him to miss the Senior Bowl and the Combine.
2016: Texas A&M, Mississippi, Auburn
2017: Florida A&M, Auburn