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NFL Draft Profile: Aaron Frost, Offensive Guard, Nevada Wolfpack

NFL draft profile scouting report for Nevada Guard, Aaron Frost

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#65
Pos: OG
Ht: 6050
Wt: 310
DOB:
Eligibility: 2022
Long Beach, CA
Long Beach Poly High School

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Aaron Frost Nevada Wolfpack


One-Liner:

Average sized guard with below average athleticism. Frost is a finisher with good bend. 

Pros:

Starting right tackle who has experience inside at guard. Frost is a good drive blocker who keeps his feet and creates movement. Possessing a nasty streak, he is always looking to finish opponents which he does by using his upper body strength to twist them. In pass protection his knee bend is good, staying low consistently. He combats extending rushers by using his snatch trap technique. Frost replaces his hands inside and latches with his average sized hands.

Cons:

At tackle his lack of foot speed is apparent as he is unable to gain enough depth making him a speed rush target. His process is frequently hurried, leading to a narrow base. Frost fails to power step and shut down counter moves. Slightly below average length means rushers frequently outreach him. In short yardage situations, Frost can lose the leverage battle and get knocked back. When working in space, his feet are heavy and clunky, displaying a lack of athleticism and agility. Frost is slow to recognize stunts and blitzes. His high hand placement causes him to whiff occasionally. 

Summary:

Offensive lineman with average size who possesses good bend and below average foot speed. Frost is a finisher in the run game who is able to twist opponents. He processes slowly and struggles with inconsistent hand placement. Frost projects as gap scheme guard who should stick on a practice squad and offer depth. His lack of athleticism will prevent him from obtaining bigger roles.

Background:

Frost is a product of Long Beach Poly High School in Long Beach, California and is a Management major. In 2018 he Played in seven games for the Wolf Pack as a true freshman, starting two against Toledo and Air Force. He contributed to an offensive line that ranked 14th in the FBS in the regular season, only allowing 1.17 sacks per game. Frost was a member of Nevada’s 2018 Arizona Bowl victory team. In 2019 he played and started in all 13 games as a guard for The Union, helping to anchor the Nevada offensive line. In 2020, Frost was Named to the All-Mountain West Second Team and saw action on the line in all nine games. He was part of The Union which held the line for a Pack offense which averaged 30.8 points per game, third in the Mountain West and 46th nationally. Frost provided ample protection for quarterback and Mountain West Offensive Player of the Year Carson Strong. He returned in 2021 to Nevada before getting an invite to the NFLPA Bowl Game.


Grades:

Current Player Value/Potential Player Value

5.6/6.5

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#65
Pos: OG
Ht: 6050
Wt: 310
DOB:
Eligibility: 2022
Long Beach, CA
Long Beach Poly High School

Aaron Frost Nevada Wolfpack


One-Liner:

Average sized guard with below average athleticism. Frost is a finisher with good bend. 

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