2024 NFL Draft Profile: Christian Mahogany, IOL, Boston College

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The 2024 NFL offseason is here and that means it’s time for mock drafts, draft profiles and everything that goes with them. So without further ado, here’s one of many Draft Profiles for the 2024 NFL draft.

Christian Mahogany, IOL, Boston College

HT: 6’3
WT: 314 lbs

Accolades:

Second-team All-ACC (2021)

First-team All-ACC (2023)

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Pros:

Brings a physical, aggressive approach to the game, using his strength to overpower defenders.

Skilled in executing double-team and combo blocks, demonstrating quickness and precision.

Effective in pass protection with the ability to absorb power and neutralize rushers.

Displays remarkable recovery quickness, maintaining engagement through his reach.

Excels as a puller and in screen plays, moving fluidly to create openings for runners.

Utilizes stiff, strong hands to disrupt defenders’ momentum and protect the quarterback.

Adept at identifying and adjusting to stunts and twists, maintaining solid defensive fronts.

Embodies a mauler’s mentality, with the drive and power to finish blocks aggressively.

Cons:

Struggles with consistent footwork, especially against complex defensive movements.

Tends to overset against crafty rushers, leading to vulnerabilities in pass protection.

Needs to enhance spatial awareness to avoid creating gaps in the offensive line.

Occasionally plays beyond his center of gravity, making him susceptible to counters.

Lacks the lateral quickness to effectively handle edge-to-edge rushers in pass protection.

Summary:

In 2020 as a freshman Mahogany saw action in 10 games and played a total of 706 snaps for the Eagles. He allowed 8 QB hurries, 3 QB hits, and 3 sacks while playing at left guard.

As a sophomore in 2021 he played in 11 games and a total of 706 snaps. He conceded 4 QB hurries, 2 QB hits, and one sack while playing at right guard.

In 2023 after overcoming a torn ACL the year before Mahogany saw action in 12 games and totaled 862 snaps. He gave up 7 QB hurries, no QB hits, and no sacks while playing most of his snaps at right guard, as a result, he secured First-team All-ACC honors in 2023.

 

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