Corey Linsley missed most of this season with a heart issue, likely leading him to retire. If that’s the case, the Chargers will need a starting center, and Frazier could fill the void.
One of the top centers in this year’s class, Frazier is a pro-ready player with the athletic ability, anchor strength, highly impressive awareness and toughness. He started 47 games for the Mountaineers, so he possesses plenty of experience playing the position.
Frazier suffered a leg injury on the final drive in West Virginia’s last game of the season against Baylor, which he had to have surgery on. But he is close to becoming fully cleared, and it will only help his stock if he is ahead of the upcoming NFL Combine.