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Name: Lucas Niang (+) 11-04-19 Hip Surgery/Out for 2019
College: Texas Christian     Number: 77
Height: 6-6   Weight: 315
Position: OT  Pos2: OG
Class/Draft Year: Sr/2020

40 Low: 5.17
   40 Time: 5.28
  40 High: 5.38
Projected Round: 3  Stock:   High: 2-3rd  Low: 6-7th/INJ



Combine Invite: Yes
Height: 6060
Weight: 315

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Dates: 03/27/20
Hand: 10 1/2  Arm: 34 1/4
Wingspan: 83 1/8

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 Data Scout Notes: 2019: (+) 11-04-19 Hip Surgery/Out for 2019...P4thDS/POutland...2nd team All-Big 12 w/13 sts at RT in '18. Started 8 gms, played 12 gms at RT in '17. Played 12 gms, missed 1 gm in '16.

 Lucas Niang, Texas Christian, Player News


  TCU coach Gary Patterson took great pride in seeing five players selected in the NFL draft last week, including multiple first-round picks for the first time since 1939. But Patterson also acknowledged the disappointment in finishing with a losing record with all that talent. The Horned Frogs went just 5-7 in 2019, missing bowl eligibility for just the third time in Patterson's 19 seasons. "From my standpoint, we were No. 1 in defense (in the Big 12), but we underachieved," Patterson said during a conference call with reporters Tuesday. Coach is as disappointed as anyone. How'd TCU football go 5-7 with 5 NFL draft picks? Coach is as disappointed as anyone.

There's a number of factors people can point to for the disappointing season: The Horned Frogs were just 1-6 in one-score games. They went through the expected growing pains of starting a true freshman quarterback in Max Duggan. And, the team battled injuries, including one of those NFL talents - right tackle Lucas Niang - missing the final five games. Duggan also battled a finger injury the final four games. The list goes on, but Patterson isn't big on excuses. However, he acknowledged the challenges of winning at this level with an inexperienced quarterback. "You look across the nation, look at who played with a true freshman quarterback, who had a great year? If they did, congratulations to them," Patterson said. "From our standpoint, we're disappointed. (In six of the seven losses), we had a chance to come down and score to tie or win. At the end of the day, we didn't. "It's my job and that's why we tweaked the things that we did." - Fort Worth Star


(DS#10 OT) Sr/2020 OT Lucas NiangTexas Christian
News Source: Fort Worth Star
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  When people look back on the 2020 NFL Draft, TCU coach Gary Patterson believes offensive tackle Lucas Niang will look like a steal. The Kansas City Chiefs landed Niang with a third-round pick (96th overall) last Friday. "I'll be honest with you, if Lucas Niang stays healthy, I think he was a steal," Patterson said. Niang, 6-foot-6, 315 pounds, didn't allow a sack in his college career (1,027 career pass-block snaps). He played right tackle for TCU, but feels he has the versatility to play on the left side at the next level if needed.

Niang was regarded as one of the top offensive tackle prospects much of the season, but had his senior season cut short with an injury. He was limited to seven games in 2019, undergoing season-ending hip surgery in November. Reports suggest he is making good progress from his hip surgery and Patterson believes Niang has a promising future.. "The guy is huge," Patterson said. "A very powerful run blocker. More powerful than the guys that have gone out the last few years. He's a smart player. The biggest thing is he needs to stay healthy. If he can stay healthy, his ceiling is very high." - Fort Worth Star


(DS#10 OT) Sr/2020 OT Lucas NiangTexas Christian
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  2020 NFL COMBINE INVITE: Lucas Niang, OT, Texas Christian,...The Horned Frogs will be represented by running back Darius Anderson, defensive tackle Ross Blacklock, cornerback Jeff Gladney, offensive guard Cordel Iwuagwu, offensive tackle Lucas Niang, running back Sewo Olonilua and wide receiver Jalen Reagor. - Texas Christian Football

(DS#10 OT) Sr/2020 OT Lucas NiangTexas Christian
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  TCU senior offensive tackle Lucas Niang has played his last game as a Horned Frog sources told HornedFrogBlitz on Sunday. Pro Football Network broke the news initially and Niang himself has posted on his personal Snapchat account that his final game was Saturday. - 247 Sports

(DS#10 OT) Sr/2020 OT Lucas NiangTexas Christian
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  2019 PRESEASON PHIL STEELE/DRAFT SCOUT FBS P5 FOURTH TEAM ALL-AMERICAN: Lucas Niang, TCU, Sr.,...Niang was the only offensive lineman on the Horned Frogs to start all 13 games last season. A senior from New Canaan, Conn., Niang was second-team All-Big 12 last season and was selected to the 2019 Media Preseason All-Big 12 Football Team. - TCU Football

(DS#10 OT) Sr/2020 OT Lucas NiangTexas Christian
News Source: TCU Football
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  2019 PRESEASON OUTLAND TROPHY WATCH LIST: OT Lucas Niang, TCU,...At right tackle, Niang was the only offensive lineman on the Horned Frogs to start all 13 games last season. He did not allow a sack and had an 86.3 percent grade by Pro Football Focus, making him the highest-graded pass blocker among Big 12 offensive tackles who played a minimum of 300 snaps in 2018 and return this fall. A senior from New Canaan, Conn., Niang was second-team All-Big 12 last season and was selected to the 2019 Media Preseason All-Big 12 Football Team. - TCU Football

(DS#10 OT) Sr/2020 OT Lucas NiangTexas Christian
News Source: TCU Football
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