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Reggie Ragland, ILB

School: Alabama  |  Conference: SEC
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: Madison, AL
Height/Weight: 6-1 / 259 lbs.
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Player Overview

A do-it-all linebacker for Nick Saban's defense, Ragland finished second on the team in tackles (95) and third in tackles for loss (10.5) in 2014, adding four passes defended and an interception.

He continued his ascent in 2015, being voted the SEC Defensive Player of the Year.

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STRENGTHS: Demonstrates the blend of size, aggression, instincts and reliable open-field tackling skills to project well inside to 4-3 and 3-4 principles, alike. Takes accurate first steps and shows excellent closing burst to arrive with pop at the point of attack.

Works off blocks well with balance and anticipation, looking through blockers to keep his eyes on the prize, doing a much better job downhill rather than in reverse. Physical striker with reliable breakdown skills in the open field, wrapping, driving and finishing.

WEAKNESSES: He isn't the rangiest linebacker.

IN OUR VIEW: He isn't as talented as C.J. Mosley, but he's a better NFL prospect than Trey DePriest, falling somewhere in the middle of those two former Alabama players.

--Dane Brugler and Rob Rang (1/11/16)

Player Lowdown

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Mock Draft Expert Analysis

  • Washington Redskins | #21
    Washington surrendered an average of 4.8 yards per carry during the regular season, 31st in the NFL, and was event were in the wild card loss to Green Bay, allowing 5.5 yards per attempt. The Crimson Tide, on the other hand, were among the stoutest run defenders in the country with Ragland, arguably the highest profile defender participating in the Senior Bowl, playing a starring role. General manager Scot McCloughan might see Ragland as able to provide an immediate impact similar to the one Patrick Willis made when Washington's top scout was heading up the 49ers front office.
  • Oakland Raiders | #14
    A player who hits anything that moves, Ragland is a tone-setting linebacker who can play all three downs and will give the Raiders another impact player in the front seven.
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01/01/2016 - Alabama 7-point favorite over Clemson in title game...The Alabama Crimson Tide are seven-point favorites over the Clemson Tigers in the College Football Playoff National Championship Game on Jan. 11 in Glendale, Ariz. No. 2 Alabama (13-1) convincingly punched its ticket to the CFP title game by dismantling No. 3 Michigan State 38-0 on New Year's Eve in the Cotton Bowl at AT&T Stadium. Top-ranked Clemson (14-0) also was impressive, beating No. 4 Oklahoma 37-17 in the first semifinal Thursday in the Orange Bowl at Sun Life Stadium. The Westgate SuperBook in Las Vegas opened with Alabama as a touchdown favorite over Clemson. The undefeated Tigers were four-point underdogs to the Sooners. Las Vegas books opened betting on the national championship game late Thursday night as Alabama continued to dominate Michigan State in the second half. Sportsbook operator CG Technology opened the Crimson Tide as 4.5-point favorites, but the line quickly climbed to Alabama minus-6. The Crimson Tide have been favored in 80 of their past 81 games, including all three national championship game appearances under head coach Nick Saban. Alabama won all three of those title games. - The Sports Xchange


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