PFF scouting report: Graham Glasgow, G/C, Michigan

Mike Renner and the PFF draft team break down the play of Michigan's Graham Glasgow ahead of the 2016 NFL draft.

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PFF scouting report: Graham Glasgow, G/C, Michigan

Below is the PFF draft profile for Michigan center Graham Glasgow, which incorporates PFF’s college grades and scouting intel from our team of analysts. To see all of PFF’s 2016 scouting reports, click here.

Position fit:

Guard. Ability to play center. Zone fit.

Stat to know:

15th-best run-blocking grade among Power-5 centers in the class.

What he does best:

• Very quick out of his stance. Can get out and run. Has the coordination to play on the move.

• Will make very difficult blocks look like second-nature at times. Had some gorgeous reach-blocks at the Senior Bowl.

• Ran a bunch of different pro-style concepts at Michigan and started at multiple positions, as well. Graded out better at guard his junior year than at center his senior year.

Biggest concern:

• Strength is nothing special. Not a guy you can rely on to move the line of scrimmage

• Almost too tall (6-foot-6) for a center. Does very well to fire off low, but still couldn’t get low enough to handle stout nose tackles.

• Hands inconsistent and wide. Regularly allowed defensive tackles into his chest and got out-leveraged.

• Allows guys to cross his face far too often on true down-blocks. Really lunges out to deliver a blow and can get swam over the top.

Bottom line:

Glasgow is best-suited for guard at the next level, but his experience at center gives him some versatility. He’ll have to improve his play-strength and ability to bend to start in the NFL.

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