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Abraham Lucas Draft Profile: Scouting Report, Highlights and 2022 NFL Draft Projection

It is officially mock draft season! The 2022 NFL Draft is quickly approaching, with the first round kicking off on Thursday, April 28th. Of course, draft analysis, projections and rumors will be dominating the headlines until then. Among the players hoping to hear his name called on the second day of the draft is offensive tackle Abraham Lucas out of Washington State.

The following is a complete Abraham Lucas NFL Draft profile, including stats, highlights and a mock projection.

Abraham Lucas NFL Draft Profile, Stats, Highlights and Projection

Abraham Lucas
Position: Offensive Tackle
Height: 6’6″
Weight: 315 lbs
Age: 23
College: Washington State Cougars

Abraham Lucas Draft Profile: Scouting Report, Highlights and 2022 NFL Draft Projection
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Abraham Lucas Draft Profile and Scouting Report

Strengths

Coming from an air aid offense, Abraham Lucas is battle-tested as a pass protector. With many teams in the NFL running a pass-happy offense, this will make him an intriguing prospect. Lucas has the perfect build for an NFL offensive tackle, having the size, length and frame to play immediately. He is extremely light on his feet despite his size, and he has elite-level mirroring skills on the edge.

Weaknesses

Lucas has the tendency to let his hands get a bit wide, giving defenders a clear shot to his pads. He is less tested as a run blocker, though there isn’t anything that suggests he will fail in this area. Lucas could add a bit more strength and power to his lower body.

Abraham Lucas Highlights

Abraham Lucas Draft Projection

All 2022 NFL Draft Projections are taken from the latest CBS Network Mock Draft by Ryan Wilson.

Abraham Lucas is currently projected to be drafted by the Houston Texans at No. 80.


For more 2022 NFL Draft coverage and player profiles, check out our NFL Draft page.

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