Anecdotal: A highly decorated recruit at linebacker and four-star recruit who chose his school over Southeastern Conference rivals Auburn and Florida. He was a tight end, track star, and state champion basketball player at Bob Jones High School.













Reggie Ragland
Reggie Ragland
Reggie Ragland
Reggie Ragland
Reggie Ragland
Reggie Ragland
Reggie Ragland
Reggie Ragland
Reggie Ragland
Reggie Ragland












Name: Reggie Ragland         Number:

University: University of Alabama

Position: Inside Linebacker

Height: 6'2

Weight: 252

Age: 22

Class: Senior

Secondary Position: Middle Linebacker


Projected Range: Round 1



All Star Games and Camps:
  1. NA
  2. NA



All-Star Numbers
Pro Day Combine
Forty Yard Dash: NA NA
Bench Press: NA NA
Vertical Jump: NA NA
Broad Jump NA NA
Three Cone Drill NA NA
Twenty Yard Shutle NA NA
Forty Yard Dash NA NA






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Strengths

  • Run stuffing

  • Pass Coverage

  • Versatility (Can play any linebacker position

  • Athleticism

  • Hands




Weaknesses

  • Hips (Turning and Running)




Breakdown





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Final Thought: Ragland is the top middle linebacker in this class for a reason, that reason is that there isn't much he can't do. A former WILL before being moved inside Ragland can stuff the run, cover tight ends, and play sideline to sideline. The only questions I have centered around his ability to turn and run if he gets matched up with a smaller player. Ragland has tighter hips and a slower recovery speed than some linebackers which could hurt him if forced to play a slot receiver or speedy tight end.