2016 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about GRAHAM GLASGOW: Michigan, 6057 306 5.14. Three-year starter from Aurora, IL with experience at center as well as right and left guard. A competitor who is strong on double teams and second level blocks. Can bend and play in a football leverage position despite length. Mobile and consistent in his play and technique. A three-time Academic All Big-10 player who locks out in pass protection and mirrors his opponent up the field. Gets his hands inside the defender’s frame to control movement and pressure. Flashes an explosive six-inch punch to stun the pass rusher. Plays with his head on a swivel and can make all the line calls. Has lower body power to get movement in the run game. Walls off and finishes linebackers on the second level. A good athlete who can change direction and recover to block a two move player. A 5-for-1 player who can be an emergency tackle and play all inside three positions. Good arm length and big hands for the position. The former walk-on was ranked in the top 1/3 of all offensive linemen athletically that worked out at the Combine. A dominant inside player who had a strong week of practice at the East-West Shrine game. Got a little top heavy at times, but did not go to the ground. Added to the Senior Bowl roster and impressed at center and right guard. Used his hands well versus Jarron Reed in one-on-one drills. Gets push on the down defender. Good double team combination blocks. Works to finish his blocks. OSR:16/47. Third/ fourth round. (A-33 5/8, H-10, BP-23, 10-1.77).