Graham Glasgow

Center #61
Senior 6’6 302



  • Gets to the second level well
  • Good size
  • Tough
  • Good technique
  • Holds his own in pass blocking
  • Good instincts
  • Versatile
  • Three year starter
  • All Big Ten honorable mention last year
  • Solid East West Shrine game.


  • He doesn’t have great strength at the line of scrimmage
  • Struggles with hand placement
  • DUI arrest
  • Limited potential
  • Doesn’t have soft feet

The former walk on started 37 games for Michigan at guard and center. He was an all Big Ten honorable mention last season. He’s versatile and he’s a smart center. Glasgow has great size and he works his way to the second level. He plays nasty and physical. He needs to get with his strength coach to increase his strength and help him get more push up front. He struggles with his hand placement so he usually doesn’t get his hands inside of the defenders. Glasgow also has had a DUI arrest as rising junior which will cause concern for some teams. Also he violated his probation in March of 2015 by failing a breathalyzer test. He also needs work on his footwork. Glasgow won’t be an All Pro center but he can stick in the league for ten years as a backup who can eventually be a starter down the line.

Round Value: 5th round

Player Comparison: Luke Bowanko




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