Downtown Rams Draft Profile: North Dakota OG Zack Johnson

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Our new massive series here at Downtown Rams will give you players that catch our eye. We will bring you bring you draft prospects, see where their fit is with the Rams and of course give you a player comparison.

Who is the 6-foot-4, 346 pound OG Zach Johnson? 

North Dakota State left guard Zack Johnson was named to the Walter Camp FCS All-America, who was named to the Associated Press and AFCA first teams.

 

Strengths 

Great work ethic

Force to be reckoned with as a pulling guard.

Has mastered multiple blocking schemes. 

Ability to play right and left guard spots if needed.

Good pass protection

Great awareness around him ability to release to next level or switch blockers

 

Weaknesses

Staying healthy (missed entire sophomore year to knee injury, missed games as junior)

Suffered MCL injury to knee during East-West Shrine Game camps 

Recovering from an MCL tear could push his stock down

Need to sheds a few pounds and work on his feet.

 

How does he fit with the Rams?

Playing at a program winning five straight national titles has that winning attitude to want to play great. Well coached and plays well as a run blocker with great instincts with pass blocking. Can step in right away when needed to play either guard position with a very stout lower body. 

 

Draft Grade

7th Round – FA

 

Player Comparison 

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