Jaguars Day 2 Option No. 1 – Bernhard Raimann, OL, Central Michigan
- Height: 6’7″
- Weight: 304 lbs.
- Arms: 33 inches
- 40-Yard Dash: 5.05 seconds
- Bench Press: 30 reps
By securing Cam Robinson’s services for the next three years, the Jaguars gave themselves the ability to go with what they viewed as the best defensive player available in Walker. With the team slated to make the 65th and 70th picks, Baalke could move to solidify the Jaguars’ offensive line, and the first possibility that could be had is Central Michigan’s Bernhard Raimann.
Raimann is physically gifted at six-foot-seven, with a solid frame and can still put on serious mass once he’s in the NFL but already possesses noticeable strength; he posted 30 reps at the NFL Combine. He’s well-rounded for the most part in both run and pass blocking, but he’d be better suited as a guard in the NFL.
Raimann’s instincts are top notch, he reacts quickly to stunts from a defense in pass protection. He can hold his own against the bull rush, which bodes well for his future as a guard inside. A nice blend of agility, quick feet, and technique, Raimann opens up the run game and is constantly working, simply put, he’s a finisher and could start from the outset.