Former Chanhassen HS Star OL Frank Ragnow is Great NFL Draft Prospect

April 03, 2018 05:43 PM

Former Chanhassen high school and Arkansas offensive lineman Frank Ragnow should go in the first couple rounds of the NFL Draft later this month.

He was a 3-year starter for the Razorbacks in the SEC, and never allowed a sack. He played center and guard in college, with tackle experience coming in high school. At 6-foot-5, 312 pounds, sliding outside is possible, in Ragnow's opinion. In other words, he has excellent position versatility. That is one of many reasons why NFL teams love him as a prospect.


Ragnow's senior year was cut short because of an ankle injury, but months later and after a solid performance at Arkansas' Pro Day, he's back to feeling 100 percent.

Ragnow met with 23 teams at the Combine, including the hometown Vikings. He's also set to visit the Vikings April 3 and 4. He has oiher visits with NFL teams lined up later in April.

KSTP's Darren 'Doogie' Wolfson sat down with Ragnow recently to review the Combine, talk ankle recovery, his great run at Arkansas, losing his dad, and more.

***Click the video box above to see the interview Wolfson did with Ragnow***


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