A two-year left tackle starter for the Chips, Raimann is expected to be picked in the second round on a fairly regular basis, but that’s something that will be cleared up after Senior Bowl week (he’s already accepted an invite) and the NFL Scouting Combine. . And look for it to do really well there. He is listed at 6 feet 7 inches and 305 pounds, and is said to have reached 33 inches in the vertical jump; By comparison, Terron Armstead achieved a 34.5-inch vertical leap out of college.
He’s exactly the kind of explosive athlete the Saints appreciate in this role, and he has a fascinating past as a former Austrian exchange student who got his start playing catcher at a community football club in the United States. ‘foreigner. No team has invested more early-round picks in the trenches than the Saints in recent years. With all the physical gifts needed to be successful, he can develop behind James Hurst and Ryan Ramczyk for a year before entering the starting lineup as a long-term replacement for Armstead in 2023.