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2024 Dallas Cowboys Draft Guide | Defensive Tackles

2024 Dallas Cowboys Draft Guide | Defensive Tackles

C: Zach Frazier | West Virginia

Offensive Tackle
  • Height: 6-3
  • Weight: 313
  • School: West Virginia
  • Class: Senior
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Grit and production personified. His vision and footwork helped him only allow just five sacks over 47 games, and none in his final season. He attacks with coordination and precision, keeping leverage on his defenders despite a lack of strength. Had some matchups with stronger interior defenders that exposed his strength. Bigger defenders would knock him off-balance and off his spot. Lacks some of the high-end athleticism that some of the other prospects would bring to the league.

OVERVIEW: Some would argue Frazier is the toughest individual in the entire draft class. Not only because of his work on the field, which was very impressive, but because of what he showed to end his career. In his 3,200-plus snaps at center for the Mountaineers, he suffered a broken leg on his final one against Baylor in November. Instead of forcing his team into a ten-second runoff for an injury timeout in the final 90-seconds of regulation, he hobbled off the field with a broken leg. The Mountaineers rewarded him by scoring the game-winning touchdown just four plays later.