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2016 NFL Draft Profile: Michigan Offensive Lineman Graham Glasgow

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Glasgow proved a versatile piece up front for the Wolverines on offense. What can he bring to an NFL franchise?

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The Basics
Age Height Weight 40-Time Bench Press
23 6'6'' 307 5.13 23 Reps

Glasgow walked on to the football program at the University of Michigan, but leaves it as one of its best offensive lineman from the last few years and a versatile offensive line talent that will play in the NFL. He has played both guard spots and started every game at center in 2015 and nine starts there in 2013.

Strengths

As it was mentioned already above, Glasgow's ability to play multiple positions along the offensive line make him a fit on any NFL roster. He emerged as a leader in the later stages of his Michigan career and plays with a mean streak. He possesses a strong lower half and holds his blocks well.

Weaknesses

Average athlete who needs to improve his footwork. Self-proclaimed "false start king" has to improve his awareness to avoid pre-snap penalties. Some character concerns. Arrested in March 2014 for DUI and probation was extended because he consumed alcohol during his initial probation.

Overview

Glasgow was a three-year starter at Michigan and bounced back nicely from his arrest in 2014 to become one of the leaders on the team in Jim Harbaugh's first season in Ann Arbor. With him not being as athletic as teams may want in today's NFL, he still has the look of a quality reserve offensive lineman who can hold his own when called into action at multiple positions.

Projection: 4th-to-5th Round