40 Time Range: 5.32-5.37/Combine Numbers for the Rest.
Data Scout Notes: 2016: 1stC...POutland...2015: 1stC...2014: NA...2013: NA...2012: NA
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Draft Scout Nico Siragusa News
08/01/17 - OL Nico Siragusa (knee) was carted off the practice field Tuesday morning. There was no immediate update on the severity of the injury.
05/05/17 - G Nico Siragusa, a fourth-round pick, signed with the Baltimore Ravens. No terms were announced. Siragusa, the 122nd overall selection, was a three-year starting guard and key blocker for Donnel Pumphrey at San Diego State. The 6-foot-4, 319-pounder was a third-team All-American in 2016 and will have an opportunity to play immediately in Baltimore.
12/01/16 - 2016 ALL-MOUNTAIN WEST FIRST TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): OL Nico Siragusa, Sr., San Diego State...Siragusa, the first San Diego State offensive lineman to be named a first-team all-MW selection twice in league history, has started all 12 games at left guard, ranking as the fifth-best guard by Pro Football Focus and the third-best run blocker. Additionally he is the highest-rated offensive lineman on an Aztec unit that has produced 14 100-yard rushing games by three different backs this year. Siragusa has helped SDSU rush for a school-record 3,311 yards with still two games to go. He has not allowed a sack or a quarterback hit in 778 snaps on the season. - San Diego State Football
12/30/15 - 2015 ALL-MOUNTAIN WEST FIRST TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): OL Nico Siragusa, Jr., San Diego State...Nico Siragusa and Pearce Slater each made all-conference for the first time of their careers, both making the first team. It is the first time in MW history that the Aztecs had two first-teamers on the offensive line and the first time in any league since 1998 (WAC - Pacific Division). Siragusa (left guard) and Slater (right tackle) helped solidify a team that started the season with three new starters on the offensive line. The duo anchors a team that ranks sixth in the nation in red zone offense (93.3 pct.), 15th in rushing yards per game (235.5) and 23rd in time of possession (32:36). A team captain, Slater allowed just four sacks in 233 dropbacks (0.2 pct.) and had 40 knockdowns on the year (only numbers for first 10 games were included). On the other side, Siragusa has not allowed a sack in 233 dropbacks (0.0 pct.) and recorded 33 knockdowns through the first 10 games of the year. - San Diego State Football