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Bernhard Raimann | 79

OT | Central Michigan | Indianapolis Colts
Ht: 6061 / 6' 06" | Wt: 303 | Upd: 09/06/2023


Birth Date: 09/23/1997
Age: 26
Original Team: IND
NFL Entry: 22 03 077
NFL Exp: 2
Depth Chart Key: 22/3
Team History: IND

Player History

05/22 IND D/C signed

Ourlads' Profile:

2022 Guide: What Ourlads’ NFL Scouting Services said about BERNHARD RAIMANN:

Central Michigan, 6061 303 5.05. Two-year starter, Steinbrunn, Austria. Earned first team All-MAC honors in 2021. Raimann played tight end until 2020 and it took just 18 games at his new position to become a credible pro prospect. His quick feet and overall twitch carry over well. Can stay under control against speed but also shows advanced knowledge and understanding of hand-techniques. He usually gets them inside while staying square and the ability to constantly stop and redirect complements that well. Still rough around the edges and does not have the prototype-frame for the position. Lacks ample reach and struggles to keep his outside shoulder strong in pass protection, and it could cause a move inside. However, his skill set and lack of push off the ball could hinder his ability at guard. The athleticism and rawness do leave the door open for more obtainable upside than most prospects at the position, but there is a lot of development needed which will take extra time. Raw skill set that has come a long way in just two years of playing tackle. Does the little things right when it comes to playing the position with his hands and feet. Always working to gain and keep inside position. Accurate, strong punch that can stifle and redirect both speed and power rushers. Will not abandon his lower body techniques. Keeps them chopping and properly spaced apart, maximizing his potential to play balanced and strong. Can stop and start his momentum with ease. Twitchy but also powerful lower half that can screw into the ground. Has a country-strong grip that can latch onto a defender and completely stop him in his tracks. Does not have the prototypical build for tackle when considering his length. Often loses the lockout battle because of being late with his hands and missing that extra inch or two of reach. Loses the outside shoulder too often. Has a soft outside shoulder. Late to adjust to stunts and twists.

OSR:4/51. Second/third round. (A-32 7/8, H-10 1/4, BP-30, 10-1.69).