Baylor

Commitment Status:Signed LOI

Spencer Drango

College Choices

School Interest Offer Visit Recruited by
BaylorCOMMITTED (07/19/2010)OfferedNone
ArizonaNoneOfferedNone
ArkansasNoneOfferedNone
CaliforniaNoneOfferedNone
ColoradoNoneOfferedNone
HoustonNoneOfferedNone
KansasNoneOfferedNone
LSUNoneOfferedNone
MississippiNoneOfferedNone
MissouriNoneOfferedNone
Notre DameNoneNone
OklahomaNoneNone
RiceNoneOfferedNoneJohn Reagan
SMUNoneOfferedNoneAdrian Klemm
StanfordNoneOfferedNoneBrian Polian
TexasNoneOfferedNone
Texas A&MNoneNoneTom Rossley
Texas TechNoneOfferedNone
UCLANoneOfferedNone
VanderbiltNoneOfferedNone

Scouting Report on Spencer Drango

by Barry Every - 06/03/2010
  • SpeedDivision I Player
  • SizeBlue Chip
  • StrengthDivision I Player
  • AgilityDivision I Player
  • Foot QuicknessBlue Chip
On the Hoof: Drango is a tall, long-armed lineman. He is built a bit like 2010 Iowa signee Andrew Donnal.
Needs Improvement: Must stay lower at the point of attack, and needs to move his feet better after engaging with defenders. I would like to see him be more aggressive as a run blocker and play with a mean streak. Drango needs to add some upper body size and strength.
Most Impressive: You can’t coach height and long arms, both of which Drango possesses. He has the feet to be a left tackle and the ability to guide defenders past the quarterback with one arm.
Conclusion: He is a little bit of a project, but whoever signs him is getting someone that could grow into a 310-pound monster. He is a definite redshirt that should be at least a two-year starter.

Barry Every is a Football Recruiting Analyst for Rivals.com. He has worked in the recruiting offices for Mark Richt at the University of Georgia, Bobby Bowden at Florida State University and Mack Brown at the University of North Carolina