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2016 NFL DRAFT

Spencer Drango, OG

School: Baylor  |  Conference: BIG12
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: Cedar Park, TX
Height/Weight: 6-6 / 310 lbs.
Projected Ranking
OverallPositionProj. Rnd.
6852-3

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One of the top offensive linemen in college football, Drango enters his fourth season as the Bears' starting left tackle.

STRENGTHS: Plays with a wide base with easy natural quickness in his kick-slide, positioning himself to stonewall rushers with brick hands. Relies on timing and awareness and is rarely caught on off-balance with a quick-thinking approach that limits his mistakes.

WEAKNESSES: Very few holes to his game, but Nov. 2013 back surgery is a bright red flag and definitely something to monitor. If healthy and there are no long-term concerns, he has the overall ability to compete to be the top tackle drafted.

COMPARES TO: Zach Martin, Cowboys -- Drango has an impressive NFL skillset as the game appears to come very easily to him, but he projects best inside at the next level.

IN OUR VIEW: Although his transition from Baylor's spread offense to pro-style will be a sizeable challenge, Drango has the skills to fight for first round status this season.

--Dane Brugler (5/18/15)

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12/30/2014 - Baylor OT Spencer Drango to return for senior season...The good news keeps coming for Baylor. A day after potential top-10 draft pick Shawn Oakman announced his intention to return for his senior season at defensive end, the Bears' three-year starter at left tackle, Spencer Drango, did the same. "I petitioned the [NFL] advisory committee," Drango told Fox Sports Southwest. "[The] grade came back and said not to leave."

Drango was named to his second consecutive All-Big 12 first team in 2014, having anchored an offensive line that paved the way for Baylor's second consecutive No. 1 finish in FBS total offense. A 6-foot-6, 310-pound redshirt junior, Drango was named a first-team AP All-American. Drango and Oakman each made their statements in Arlington, Texas, where the Bears have traveled to face Michigan State in Thursday's Cotton Bowl. Baylor is a 2.5-point favorite. - Jerry Hinnen, CBSSports.com

 

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