2018 NFL Draft Prospect Rankings

Centers

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1. James Daniels
College: Iowa
Height: 6’3″, Weight: 306
An experienced center with rock solid technique and some nice athleticism. James Daniels was a strong blocker in both the run and pass game. He’ll likely find himself as a first rounder and a week one starter.


2. Billy Price
College: Ohio State
Height: 6’4″, Weight: 305
Billy Price has week one starter potential. Price displayed impressive combination of both strength and athleticism at Ohio State.


3. Frank Ragnow
College: Arkansas
Height: 6’5″, Weight: 312
Frank Ragnow has some experience at both guard and center. So his versatility will be a plus for teams as they enter the second and third day of the draft. Ragnow was particularly a force as a run blocker.


4. Scott Quessenberry
College: UCLA
Height: 6’4″, Weight: 310
Scott Quessenberry has the ability to play either guard or center. A solid player in the run and pass game. I wouldn’t say he’s strong in either categories but he has the size and technique to continue to improve.


5. Dejon Allen
College: Hawaii
Height: 6’3″, Weight: 290
An interesting project player who was a tackle throughout college. At his size he’ll have to move inside. The first thing that I notice with Allen when he plays is his amazing athleticism. He’ll have a bit of a learning curve as he makes the change to center but he’s one of the most athletic centers in this years draft.