The #Ravens select Wagner offensive tackle Greg Senat with the 212th overall pick.— Luke Jones (@BaltimoreLuke) April 28, 2018
During the first two years of college, Senat wasn’t playing football, but rather hooping it up on the basketball team. Coaches expected him to become a tight end, but his skills transferred better as a right tackle prospect. He did play all four years of college hoops with Wagner, starting in 22 of 104 games. This is a big project pick, as he only played two years of college football. He doesn’t have the skills now, and though he is athletically inclined, isn’t guaranteed to ever pull it all together. Baltimore has groomed many offensive lineman, though, and training under O-Line Coach Joe D’Alessandris, Marshal Yanda and Ronnie Stanley could work wonders.
Senat lacks bulk but looks the part in the uniform if he could add functional mass. Unfortunately, he looks better than he plays at this point and needs a great deal of technique work as both a run blocker and pass protector. Senat is a project who might be able to find a spot on a practice squad while he works on getting bigger and better.