Name:Hroniss Grasu(+) 11-08-14 Leg INJ, Out College:OregonNumber: 55 Height: 6-3 Weight: 297 Position:CPos2: OG Class/Draft Year:rSr/2015 40 Low: 4.98 40 Time:5.1240 High: 5.24
Projected Round:2-3Stock: Rated number 3 out of 97 C's67 / 2707 TOTAL
Data Scout Notes: 2014: 1stC...PLombardi/POutland/PRim/DS#4PSTeamProspect-RRang...2013: 1stC/RimingtonTrophyFinalist...PLombardi/POutland/PRim...2012: 1stC/PRim
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11/11/14 - The Oregon Ducks got their victory in Utah and clinched a place in the Pac-12 championship, but it was costly with injuries to three key players. Cornerback Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, center Hroniss Grasu and tight end Pharaoh Brown all were knocked out of the 51-27 victory Saturday night over the Utes. The Ducks (9-1, 6-1, Pac-12) have a bye this coming week to assess the damage and heal for the regular season's final two games, against Colorado and Oregon State. Both the Buffaloes and the Beavers are sitting in the bottom of their conference division.
Earlier in the quarter the Ducks suffered a blow with the loss of center Hroniss Grasu because of an apparent left leg injury. Quarterback Marcus Mariota put his arm around his close on the sideline to console him and redshirt freshman Doug Brenner took assumed his duties anchoring the line. "It's tough but it's part of the game that we play. Prayers go out to him," Mariota told reporters after the game. "But at the same time Doug did a good job of stepping up. We've got a lot of trust in him and we've got to go with what we have." Oregon doesn't discuss injuries as a policy so it was unclear how serious it was. - AP Sports
08/04/14 - 2014 PRESEASON RIMINGTON TROPHY AWARD WATCH LIST: Hroniss Grasu, Oregon, Senior...A two-time all-Pac-12 selection, Grasu is on the Rimington Trophy’s preseason watch list for the third time. He played in the middle of an offensive line that helped Oregon lead the Pac-12 in rushing, scoring and total offense in 2013. - Oregon football
08/04/14 - 2014 PRESEASON OUTLAND TROPHY AWARD WATCH LIST: C Hroniss Grasu, Oregon...A two-time all-Pac-12 selection, Grasu is on the Rimington Trophy’s preseason watch list for the third time. He played in the middle of an offensive line that helped Oregon lead the Pac-12 in rushing, scoring and total offense in 2013. - Oregon football
08/02/14 - 2014 PRESEASON ROTARY LOMBARDI AWARD WATCH LIST: Hroniss Grasu, C, Sr. Oregon...Grasu anchored an offensive line that led the Pac-12 in rushing for the eighth year in row (273.5 ypg), in addition to ranking second nationally in total offense (565.0 ypg) and fourth in the country in scoring (45.5 ppg)...Team also was third in the league in fewest quarterback sacks allowed (1.38 sacks per game). - Oregon football
06/20/14 - Oregon's top NFL Draft-eligible prospects to watch in 2014: 4. OC Hroniss Grasu, RS Senior...Grasu enters his senior campaign with 40 career starts, a two-time first-team all-conference pick and atop NFLDraftScoutcom's center rankings. Grasu sports a pro-ready NFL frame with good weight distribution. He generally plays with very good initial quickness, though he can be caught flat-footed, on occasion. He can be guilty of trying to do too much when he senses a blitz up the middle, trying (sometimes in vane) to slow two defenders, rather than stoning one of them and relying on teammates.
Grasu has a bad habit of dropping his head on contact (which provides defenders an easy swim move over the top), though he shows impressive lateral agility and balance to recover. He plays low to the ground and locks out well, showing good functional strength absorb the bull rush. He's an ideal match in Oregon's zone-blocking offense due to his agility when blocking on the move. Grasu is quick to get to the second level and can adjust to hit and sustain against a moving target. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com