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Graham Glasgow | Center

Team: Michigan Wolverines
Age / DOB:  (23) / 8/19/1992
Ht / Wt:  6'6' / 307

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Lions selected Michigan C Graham Glasgow with the No. 95 overall pick in the 2016 draft.
Glasgow (6'6/307) made 37 starts for the Wolverines, seeing action at both guard spots before spending his senior year at center. He made honorable mention All-Big Ten in 2015. A nasty run blocker with big hands (10 3/4") and good arm length for the interior (33 5/8"), Graham is a limited-athlete overachiever with exactly the level of versatility NFL teams seek in reserve linemen. Glasgow's biggest red flag is his history of drinking; he was suspended after a 2014 DUI and committed further infractions during the ban. Glasgow could carve out an extended NFL career, but he needs to stay on the right track. Apr 29 - 11:12 PM

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An NFL scout who spoke with the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel called Michigan C Graham Glasgow "smart," adding that "[h]opefully, he's smart enough to stop drinking.

Glasgow ran into trouble when he was pulled over for driving under the influence last March. At least one scout doesn't see this as a future issue, telling the Journal Sentinel, "He's big and he gets on people and he blocks 'em. Maybe a little upright in his play but he's pretty good. He had the (alcohol) incident but they say he's been all right." That scout added "he just blocks people." Depending on which team drafts him, he could end up at center or either guard position.
Apr 26 - 8:54 PM

Michigan C Graham Glasgow said that he "thought [he] did pretty well" on Friday's Pro Day.

Gilbert was put through his positional drill paces by Colts assistant OL coach Joe Gilbert. The 6-foot-6, 307-pounder believes one of his strongest attributes is his versatility, as he's played both guard and center. Said Glasgow, "I think that’s probably a big thing, that I’m pretty versatile. I feel like I play both at a pretty high level, so I think that’s just something that a lot of NFL teams with limited rosters spots value." NFL Media senior analyst Gil Brandt sees his best position as center. In the coming weeks, he has workouts set with the Cardinals, Texans, Panthers and (maybe) the Falcons. One other tidbit Glasgow dropped following his Pro Day work--he will likely be playing Call of Duty when the draft rolls around, checking in intermittently before returning to destroy some noobs. A nice reminder that for all the scrutiny heaped upon draft prospects by grown men, a lot of these players are still just kids at heart.
Mar 19 - 9:00 PM

Colts assistant OL coach Joe Gilbert worked with Michigan C Graham Glasgow during Pro Day positional drills.

As you would expect for a program of Michigan's stature, 26 NFL clubs sent representatives to Friday's Pro Day. Among them, Gilbert, who paired up with the 6-foot-6, 307-pounder during positional work. NFL Media senior analyst Gil Brandt believes his best position for pro success would be center. That's probably accurate, though Brandt colleague Lance Zierlein speculated that he could also shift to either right or left guard. HC Jim Harbaugh got a bit frisky in January when he declared that Glasgow could be a first round pick. While that's unlikely, he did impress during the Senior Bowl practice week. His lack of overt athleticism might ultimately hurt him come the draft, though.
Source: NFL.com
Mar 18 - 9:01 PM

Rotoworld's Josh Norris says it's "safe to say" that Michigan C Graham Glasgow "likely starts games during his NFL career."

"During the season, head coach Jim Harbaugh called Graham Glasgow a future NFL player," Norris wrote. "After this week, I think it is safe to say that Glasgow likely starts games during his NFL career. The center class is one of the best positions in the draft, partially due to Glasgow." There will be no rest for the wary in the case of Glasgow. He's already down in Mobile preparing to play in this weekend's Senior Bowl. Our draft analyst pegged Glasgow as the fourth-best prospect who participated in the Shrine Game.
Source: Rotoworld
Jan 25 - 5:08 PM

Michigan C Graham Glasgow has been added to the Senior Bowl roster.

Glasgow has shined during East West Shrine practices and is one of the top five players at the event. Many evaluators have suggested that Glasgow can start in the NFL, including his collegiate head coach Jim Harbaugh. This center group is one of the best positions in the draft. Every center in Mobile, AL, might earn a starting job at the next level.
Jan 22 - 10:13 AM

CBS Sports draft analyst Dane Brugler wrote that Michigan C Graham Glasgow "terrific awareness to advance his eyes to the second level, finding his next victim to peel, stack and create running room between the hashes."

During the Shrine Game practice week, Brugler noted, "Glasgow showed a quick snap-and-step first move with the body control and base to hold his ground in pass protection." The analyst was also impressed by the 6-foot-6, 303-pounder's ability to "range up and down the line" in run-blocking while showing consistently solid hand-usage to thwart the best laid plans of opposing defensive linemen. "[Glasgow's] draft arrow," Brugler concluded, "is definitely pointing north." Michigan HC Jim Harbaugh has projected him as a potential first-round pick, but all respect to Harbaugh, it's more likely that his former guard lands as a mid-round selection.
Source: CBS Sports
Jan 21 - 8:40 PM

NFL Media draft analyst Mike Mayock says Michigan C Graham Glasgow "looks like an NFL starter."

Glasgow was one of the Day 1 stars on the practice fields of the East-West Shrine Game in St. Petersburg, Florida. "He was the guy who really stood out to me," Mayock said. "It's a strong year for centers, but he looks like an NFL starter. Very strong. He could compete at the Senior Bowl." NFL Media postulates that Glasgow "could move up to mid-round status as the draft process continues." He has a big fan in Wolverine coach Jim Harbaugh. "Graham Glasgow, what an amazing player," Harbaugh gushed. "He could be a first-round pick, the way he played, the way he's played all year."
Source: NFL.com
Jan 19 - 10:30 AM

Michigan redshirt senior C Graham Glasgow will participate in the East West Shrine Game.

Glasgow, a former walk-on, is "a nasty mauler that finishes blocks yet is only effective in a phone booth which limits his appeal," believes TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline. The 6-foot-6, 308-pounder was ranked by Pauline as a sixth-round prospect entering the year. The Shrine Game will take place on January, 23 in St. Petersburg, Florida.
Fri, Dec 4, 2015 05:02:00 PM

Michigan redshirt senior C Graham Glasgow "is a prospect I may be underrating a tad," admits TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline.

"He’s a nasty mauler that finishes blocks yet is only effective in a phone booth which limits his appeal," Pauline wrote. The analyst grades him as a sixth-round prospect entering the year. Glasgow (6-foot-6, 308 pounds) is a former walk-on.
Sun, Aug 2, 2015 11:44:00 PM

Mlive.com reports that Michigan redshirt junior C Graham Glasgow had a .13 blood alcohol level after he was pulled over for driving under the influence in March.

Not only was Glasgow under the influence, but he had a passenger hanging out of the front passenger window, while driving with tailgate of the SUV wide open. Glasgow was charged with a misdemeanor for operating a vehicle while intoxicated. The maximum penalty is 93 days in jail and/or a $500 fine. Michigan has chosen to suspend Glasgow for the season opener against Appalachian State and has been suspended for a portion of spring practice for his actions.
Source: Mlive.com
Wed, Jun 4, 2014 03:08:00 PM

Michigan suspended redshirt junior C Graham Glasgow for the season opener against Appalachian State and a "portion" of spring practice due to "a violation of team expectations."

"Each of our young men understands the standard we expect of them," Michigan head coach Brady Hoke said in a statement. "It’s one that represents this great program and university, as well as their family and teammates. When their actions don’t reflect that standard, it’s very disappointing, and we must hold them accountable for their decision while helping them learn a valuable life lesson." It is not an insignificant loss -- Hoke said last week that Glasgow, the only interior lineman to start every game for Michigan in 2013, might be Michigan's best offensive lineman -- but the Wolverines should be able to cover for the 6-foot-6, 308-pounder against Appie State's front four.
Source: MLive.com
Thu, Mar 20, 2014 05:02:00 PM

Former walk-on and current redshirt sophomore Graham Glasgow is challenging for a starting job at C or G for Michigan.

Specifically, Glasgow is challenging Jack Miller at the center position and is a "legitimate contender" to Ben Braden for the left guard spot. "We let him settle in more at center, let him stay there, and he progressed, which helped his confidence for when we moved him to guard," offensive coordinator Al Borges said.
Source: MLive
Wed, May 29, 2013 05:22:00 PM