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Hroniss Grasu is the real deal. Nfldraftscout.com rates him #1 out of 90 junior centers in the country. The PAC-12 coaches chose him as their All-Conference center in 2012, and the Ducks prize his strength and agility so much that he drives and lead blocks for a great percentage of their big plays.
In this video clip, we'll see Grasu first in a series of running plays, all carries by De'Anthony Thomas in last year's home game against Colorado, a game in which the Crenshaw High speedster carried 5 times for 97 yards and a touchdown.
Agile, mobile, hostile: Grasu's agility allows the Ducks to use him pulling and leading their quick running backs at the second level, a skill that makes him a coveted NFL prospect and a fierce weapon in the Oregon offense. (fishduck.com photo)
:33 Fly sweep left from the Colorado 9. Grasu pulls from his center position and screens off the inside linebacker, (#1), allowing De’Anthony Thomas to skip into the ...
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