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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Originally Posted by vpheughan I read about Ingram and Hitler in a post once. I think Ingram will make the Saints great again...

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Old 05-11-2017, 12:56 PM   #111
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I read about Ingram and Hitler in a post once.
I think Ingram will make the Saints great again
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I think Ingram will make the Saints great again
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Who in particular is on your radar @ center? Are you not sold on Jack Allen?

Frank Ragnow C/OG,Arkansas 6052 319 5.14 #72 Sr

Pro Football Focus selected him as the best offensive lineman in the country.

three-year starter

A solid first-year starter at right guard in 2015 as a sophomore in which he allowed 2 sacks over his 13 starts, Ragnow made the move to center for his junior season in 2016 and has impressed with his play, out with a bad outing against Alabama under tough personal circumstances. Larger than many at the center position at 6ft 5, 312 lbs, he offers both length and strength to hold up against physical interior defensive linemen. The progress in year two as a starter has been very positive, playing with better leverage and setting a more effective base to hold his position. The aggressive drive blocking always looked a strength of his game and that continues to stand out. It’s not been the best year for Arkansas, and the O-line that is normal a staple of Brett Bielema football hasn’t been the same this season, but Ragnow is an NFL starter in waiting, and may well chose not to stick around on an average team when he looks ready now.
https://realsport101.com/news/sports...-watch-week-13

Guard/center

1. Billy Price, Ohio State (6-3, 315, 5.19)

2. Quenton Nelson, Notre Dame* (6-5, 325, 5.23)

3. Martez Ivey, Florida* (6-5, 305, 5.04)

4. Mason Cole, Michigan (6-5, 305, 5.06)

5. Braden Smith, Auburn (6-5, 300, 5.08)

Just missed: Cody O'Connell (Washington State), Tyrone Crowder (Clemson), Hunter Bivin (Notre Dame), Beau Benzschawel (Wisconsin), Will Clapp (LSU), Maea Teuhema (LSU), Ross Pierschbacher (Alabama), Frank Ragnow (Arkansas), Michael Deiter (Wisconsin), Alec Eberle (Florida State), Scott Quessenberry, UCLA
http://www.upi.com/Sports_News/NFL/2...6521493639786/
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Old 05-11-2017, 10:23 PM   #115
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Frank Ragnow C/OG,Arkansas 6052 319 5.14 #72 Sr

Pro Football Focus selected him as the best offensive lineman in the country.

three-year starter

A solid first-year starter at right guard in 2015 as a sophomore in which he allowed 2 sacks over his 13 starts, Ragnow made the move to center for his junior season in 2016 and has impressed with his play, out with a bad outing against Alabama under tough personal circumstances. Larger than many at the center position at 6ft 5, 312 lbs, he offers both length and strength to hold up against physical interior defensive linemen. The progress in year two as a starter has been very positive, playing with better leverage and setting a more effective base to hold his position. The aggressive drive blocking always looked a strength of his game and that continues to stand out. Itís not been the best year for Arkansas, and the O-line that is normal a staple of Brett Bielema football hasnít been the same this season, but Ragnow is an NFL starter in waiting, and may well chose not to stick around on an average team when he looks ready now.
https://realsport101.com/news/sports...-watch-week-13

Guard/center

1. Billy Price, Ohio State (6-3, 315, 5.19)

2. Quenton Nelson, Notre Dame* (6-5, 325, 5.23)

3. Martez Ivey, Florida* (6-5, 305, 5.04)

4. Mason Cole, Michigan (6-5, 305, 5.06)

5. Braden Smith, Auburn (6-5, 300, 5.08)

Just missed: Cody O'Connell (Washington State), Tyrone Crowder (Clemson), Hunter Bivin (Notre Dame), Beau Benzschawel (Wisconsin), Will Clapp (LSU), Maea Teuhema (LSU), Ross Pierschbacher (Alabama), Frank Ragnow (Arkansas), Michael Deiter (Wisconsin), Alec Eberle (Florida State), Scott Quessenberry, UCLA
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Frank Ragnow C/OG,Arkansas 6052 319 5.14 #72 Sr

Pro Football Focus selected him as the best offensive lineman in the country.

three-year starter

A solid first-year starter at right guard in 2015 as a sophomore in which he allowed 2 sacks over his 13 starts, Ragnow made the move to center for his junior season in 2016 and has impressed with his play, out with a bad outing against Alabama under tough personal circumstances. Larger than many at the center position at 6ft 5, 312 lbs, he offers both length and strength to hold up against physical interior defensive linemen. The progress in year two as a starter has been very positive, playing with better leverage and setting a more effective base to hold his position. The aggressive drive blocking always looked a strength of his game and that continues to stand out. It’s not been the best year for Arkansas, and the O-line that is normal a staple of Brett Bielema football hasn’t been the same this season, but Ragnow is an NFL starter in waiting, and may well chose not to stick around on an average team when he looks ready now.
https://realsport101.com/news/sports...-watch-week-13

Guard/center

1. Billy Price, Ohio State (6-3, 315, 5.19)

2. Quenton Nelson, Notre Dame* (6-5, 325, 5.23)

3. Martez Ivey, Florida* (6-5, 305, 5.04)

4. Mason Cole, Michigan (6-5, 305, 5.06)

5. Braden Smith, Auburn (6-5, 300, 5.08)

Just missed: Cody O'Connell (Washington State), Tyrone Crowder (Clemson), Hunter Bivin (Notre Dame), Beau Benzschawel (Wisconsin), Will Clapp (LSU), Maea Teuhema (LSU), Ross Pierschbacher (Alabama), Frank Ragnow (Arkansas), Michael Deiter (Wisconsin), Alec Eberle (Florida State), Scott Quessenberry, UCLA
http://www.upi.com/Sports_News/NFL/2...6521493639786/
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I liked jack Allen last year but never heard anything about him. I believe he was on the roster last year so apparently he has talent we don't want to lose being poached from the PS. This years UDFA gem could be Cameron Tom. That is another position battle to watch at TC that should be interesting. I love watching the big boys getting around in the heat at camp so you can see who struggles the most early on.
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Good news
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So Ian Fullacrap was wrong? What!?
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