Madden Mobile Coins: Reggie Ragland

Madden Mobile Coins: Reggie Ragland

Let us continue our player preview on the new football players from the 2016 NFL draft, still on the second round. Second round players should not be taken lightly. Yes, they weren’t picked early in the draft but that doesn’t merit that they cannot play football. Players from the second round will surely work harder because they have more to strive for. That will be their motivation, being picked only in the second round. We can definitely say that our Madden Mobile Coins were spent wisely on players that will prove everyone that he should have been picked earlier in the draft. So, come join me as we take a look on what to expect from this tenth pick of the second round, looking back on his earlier football performance in college.

Madden Mobile Coins: Buffalo Bills’ Forty First Overall Pick, Who is He?

Expectations will still be great for second round players like this young football player we will get to know. They are still expected to do their jobs like a first round player in every game and provide quality minutes. Okay, are you ready? Let us take a look at the 41st overall pick of the Buffalo Bills!

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Reggie Ragland, who is he? Reggie Ragland was born on September 24, 1993 in Huntsville, Alabama. He is six feet and two inches and weighs 252 pounds. A good built for a linebacker. Reggie studied high school in Bob Jones High School and stayed close in Alabama for college.

We got his performance in college in his Wikipedia page:

As a true freshman on Alabama’s 2012 championship team, Ragland played in 10 games, primarily on special teams, and was credited with eight tackles, include five solo stops, and a forced fumble. In his sophomore season, he appeared in 13 games, and compiled 17 tackles on the season as a back-up to C. J. Mosley. Both he and Reuben Foster were the leading candidates to replace Mosley at the “Will” linebacker spot in Alabama’s 3–4 defense. Ragland eventually won out over Foster, starting all but one game for the Crimson Tide in 2014. He recorded 95 tackles on the season, which ranked second on the team behind only Landon Collins. Ragland also had 10.5 tackles for loss (−27 yards), 1.5 sacks (−12 yards), and a team-high three fumble recoveries. He was named SEC Defensive Player of the Week after a career-high 13 tackles against Louisiana State.

Looking forward to see this guy in action to see if he is worth the Madden Coins! 

 

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