Duke University’s center Jack Wohlabaugh spent 2016, and 2017 playing for Ohio State. I mean he is an Akron, Ohio native. Growing up it was probably Jack’s dream to play for the Buckeyes, but the former four star recruit has really taken off since transferring to Duke.
Wohlabaugh never seen any action for OSU, and I am glad he left. In his first year at Duke, Jack went in.
Jack started 9 games and would eventually take over the starting job from Zach Harmon and never gave it back. When Harmon returned he was moved to guard. Wohlabaugh was a beast and helped the Duke O-Line rush for 2000 plus yards and they threw for 3100 passing yards.
Last year, Jack started only nine games before suffering a season ending injury. He is a big center, standing at 6040 and he is 300 plus. It is hard to find some big centers like Jack. I am going to say this, he will get a shot in the NFL. He has 18 career starts and has played 1,477 snaps.
NFL Draft Diamonds Scouting Notes:
Jack Wohlabaugh is a former Ohio State player who has great pedigree. His father was a former NFL player and a draft pick. Wohlabaugh is a mean SOB, who does not stop until the whistle is blown. He has great hips and is able to move to the second level. I think overall the 6040, 300 pound interior lineman will make NFL teams fall in love with him. I cannot wait to see what he does his final year at Duke. – Damond Talbot, NFL Draft Diamonds, Owner