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Top Steelers Target Zach Frazier Shines at NFL Combine

West Virginia’s Zach Frazier continues to help his stock grow throughout the 2024 NFL Draft process.



Steelers WVU C Zach Frazier

WVU center and top Pittsburgh Steelers target Zach Frazier is expected to be drafted within the first two rounds, and that expectation gained even more steam based on his measurements and workout at the NFL Combine. Despite not even testing, he helped himself out.

Below are Frazier’s official measurements for his height, weight, arm length and hand size.

Height: 6-foot-2.5
Weight: 313 pounds
Arm Length: 32 1/4
Hand Size: 10 7/8

Frazier did not run the 40 or do any other athletic, but plans to run it at the Big 12 Pro Day event later this month

While his measurements and intangibles suggest that Frazier is poised to succeed in the NFL, most of the talk in Indianapolis centered around his health.

Most of Frazier’s interview sessions with reporters focused on his recovery from a broken leg that he suffered in his final game against Baylor.

Despite his progress, Frazier was over two hours late to his scheduled interview session with the media, and that had everything to do with the concern over his health.

“So, I got an X-ray and a MRI on two different areas, and then one team wanted to see the other. So, like, I don’t know, if one team ask for it, you gotta go get it,” Frziaer said.

In addition to questions about his health, Frazier did reveal he had formal meetings with the Dallas Cowboys and Chicago Bears. The Steelers, however, a team he has been connected to for months, did not speak with him at the Combine. Pittsburgh’s recent decision to cut starting center Mason Cole caused many to speculate they will be using one of their early draft picks on a center, possibly Frazier.

Frazier appeared in 47 games for the Mountaineers over a four-year span. Frazier’s career at West Virginia came to an end when he suffered a leg injury during the Baylor game on Nov. 25. He managed to get himself off of the field, avoiding a loss of time on the clock late in the game. The Fairmont, W.Va. native capped off his Mountaineer career as an All-American and finalist for the William V. Campbell Trophy.

A version of this story appeared at our partner West Virginia Sports Now