Chat with Vladimir Ducasse
Ducasse is the 48th best player in the draft, according to Scouts Inc.
Welcome to SportsNation! On Thursday, we're going to talk NFL draft when offensive line prospect, and former UMass player, Vladimir Ducasse stops by to chat.
Ducasse, a native of Haiti, finished his career at UMass by being named AP First Team All-America. He moved to the United States in 2002, when he started to play football for the first time. In his 35 starts, UMass allowed just 39 sacks.
According to Scouts Inc., Ducasse is the second best offensive guard in the draft. At 6-4 and 330 pounds, Ducasse, Scouts Inc. says, has above average athleticism for suge a big frame, and his profile says that he "displays a quick first step and takes strong angles to the point. Plays with balance and leverage and is able to engulf defenders with massive frame and strength. Moves well in the open field and can adjust on the move in space."
Send your questions now and join Ducasse Thursday at 1:15 p.m. ET!