Simon Fraser
DE | (6'5", 288, 4.97) | Ohio State

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Overall: Fraser was a reserve defensive end and defensive tackle his first two seasons at Ohio State (2001-'02) before taking over as a fulltime starter at end in 2003. He finished his junior season with 34 total tackles, including seven tackles for loss and 1.5 sacks. Frasier's production as a senior in 2004 was very similar, as he finished with 28 tackles, five TFL and 2.5 sacks. Fraser has very good size and above average strength. He is a tough, instinctive and consistent football player. However, while he has the potential to develop into a "wave" contributor as a situational run-stopping end in the NFL, his upside is limited by his marginal speed and lack of ideal athleticism. Fraser, in our opinion, is very much overrated and is worth nothing more than a late round draft pick.

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