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Zach Frazier

Zach Frazier (iOL) – West Virginia / Senior

6’3″, 313 Lbs. (Combine)

2022 Stats: 12 games at C; 3 sacks allowed; 6 penalties

2023 Stats: 12 games at C; 0 sacks allowed; 4 penalties


Awards: 2023 All-American; 2023 All-Big 12 Conference

Measurables (Combine):

Hand Arm Wing
10-7/8″ 32-1/4″ 78-5/8″
40-Dash 10-Split Vertical Broad 3-Cone 20-Shuttle Bench
*** *** *** *** *** *** 30 reps

RAS: Does not qualify for a RAS score.



Zach Frazier is a very smooth athlete that was asked to skip pull and reach very wide shades. As a Widezone blocker, he gets great depth on his first step. Zach has great feel when to start driving after the DL bails. The second he gets push, his mean streak kicks in and he continues driving until the defender is on the ground. He may not have traditional downblock footwork, but he uses his quick-twitch to get to the spot right away and seal the gap. In pass protection, he uses his very strong hands to end any rush in its tracks. When engaging in his pass set, he has very quick and strong hands to end any rush attempt. Zach has a good anchor that lets him sit against power threats. Some teams put a NT on Zach to attempt to collapse the pocket and in return he will snatch & trap them into the ground.


Zach Frazier may get good depth in Widezone, but he doesn’t get enough width, holding him back from being an elite reach blocker. When attempting to drive NTs, he isn’t able to fire his 2nd foot, causing him to get little to no push. Zach has a weird tendency to stick on blocks for too long, causing him to be on the ground constantly. In pass protection, he doesn’t have an elite natural anchor which makes him use the snatch & trap vs big power threats. Zach clearly has strong & quick hands, but he doesn’t use them to deliver a good initial shot. As the season went along, his ability to know when to leave his gap and help the other OL improved.


Zach Frazier is a wrestler turned Center who uses what he’s learned, wrestling-wise, on the field. He spent all four seasons at West Virginia, starting as a LG in his freshman season. After his freshman year, he was the starting Center where he developed into a very scrappy OL. To end his college career, he fractured his fibula against Baylor where his old school mentality showed by participating in the Scouting Combine just months later. His personality shows on the field, as he keeps fighting with bad intentions until the echo of the whistle. Overall, Zach Frazier is the epitome of a lunch-pail player and will do anything to win the snap, but lacks the top tier physical traits & polish to become an elite Center.

Completed by: @CharliePrio1, 3/13/24

Reviewed & edited: J. Clark, 03/17/24




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