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Rashawn Slater NFL Draft Profile, Stats, Highlights and Projection

The 2021 NFL Draft is quickly approaching, with the first round kicking off on April 29th. Pro days, workouts and mocks drafts will dominate headlines from now until then, as teams continue with their scouting behind the scenes. One of the early-round offensive tackles prospects entering the draft is Rashawn Slater out of Northwestern.

Let’s take a look at the full Rashawn Slater draft profile for the 2021 NFL Draft, including stats, highlights and projection.

Rashawn Slater NFL Draft Profile, Stats, Highlights and Projection

Rashawn Slater
Offensive Tackle
Height: 6’4″
Weight: 304 lbs
Age: 22
College: Northwestern Wildcats

Rashawn Slater Highlights

Rashawn Slater Draft Profile


Rashawn Slater has elite footwork. In fact, his footwork may be the best of this draft class. Everything about Slater is fast. He quickly jumps out of his stance and beats defenders off the ball. Slater also processes the game extremely fast, adjusting to everything defenses attempt to confuse him with. He simply is a high IQ, incredible athlete at the offensive tackle position.


While he is extremely fast and a good athlete, he is a bit small. His size and arm length could scare some teams away, especially those who still place high emphasis on arm length. For this reason, some team’s may look to covert him into a guard. Slater’s speed is also far more intimidating than his power. He isn’t going to be a bulldozer in the NFL. We also did not get to see Slater on the field last season, due to him opting out of the 2020 season.

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Rashawn Slater Draft Projection

All 2021 NFL Draft Projections are taken from the latest CBS NFL Mock Draft by Ryan Wilson.

Rashawn Slater is currently projected to be drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles at No. 12.

For more 2021 NFL Draft coverage and player profiles, check out the our NFL Draft page.

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