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It appears Central Michigan might have another potential NFL 1st round pick in redshirt junior offensive tackle Bernhard Raimann (6-7, 305), of Delton (Mich.) Kellogg High School by way of Austria.

The NFL scouts are intrigued by his size, speed and strength. Could it be that CMU will produce its third NFL 1st round left tackle, following in the footsteps of Joe Staley and Eric Fisher? Stay tuned!

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https://cmuchippewas.com/sports/football...imann/3522

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(08-11-2021 12:33 PM)BeatWestern! Wrote: [ -> ]It appears Central Michigan might have another potential NFL 1st round pick in redshirt junior offensive tackle Bernhard Raimann (6-7, 305), of Delton (Mich.) Kellogg High School by way of Austria.

The NFL scouts are intrigued by his size, speed and strength. Could it be that CMU will produce its third 1st round NFL left tackle, following in the footsteps of Joe Staley and Eric Fisher? Stay tuned!

https://www.americanfootballinternationa...protector/

https://cmuchippewas.com/sports/football...imann/3522

FIRE UP CHIPS! :)

That is awesome. And with two more years of eligibility, could really develop into another top OL from CMU that the NFL covets.
hope he stays one more year!
He is expected to have a breakout season, but he'll need to play well against Mizzou and LSU while also dominate in the MAC to be considered a top pick.

This is still only his fourth year in the program, so yes, he certainly could play next year, too.

FIRE UP CHIPS! :)
(08-12-2021 09:54 AM)BeatWestern! Wrote: [ -> ]He is expected to have a breakout season, but he'll need to play well against Mizzou and LSU while also dominate in the MAC to be considered a top pick.

This is still only his fourth year in the program, so yes, he certainly could play next year, too.

FIRE UP CHIPS! :)

I hate to think that far ahead with football but the extra season for him could only draw more positive attention to the program and CMU.
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