EUGENE, Ore. — One of Oregon’s more imposing figures — 6-foot-3, 297-pound senior center Hroniss Grasu — is about to become even more imposing.
“Leadership-wise, I need to get better,” Grasu said. “[I need to not] be afraid what other people think about me. I’m going to get on their case if they’re not blocking well.”
There are certainly parts of Grasu’s game that can be elevated over the next year but after passing up the 2014 NFL draft, Grasu is looking at this spring as an opportunity to become more of a vocal leader for the Ducks.
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