40 time: 5.15
Overview: Started all 12 games during his 2017 true freshman campaign but spent 2018 suspended and away from the program due to off-field allegations. He returned in 2019 as a backup behind Damien Lewis and Adrian Magee, but would take over the starting job again in 2020. A strong 2021 helped him earn a Senior Bowl invite and second team all-SEC honors and he should be able to make it into the top 150 picks with a clean background check.
Strengths: Scoots out of his stance and covers a lot of ground when working to the second level. Wonderfully built for an interior lineman and looks the part. Has the upper body power required to drive defenders off angles. Violent and mean run blocker who clears lanes. Understands the angles he needs to take in the run game. Great control when he is able to control distance and lock out with his length.
Weaknesses: Doesn't brace himself well enough for contact and needs to maintain a steadier base in pass protection. Can't change directions as effectively as he can explode in a straight line, which leads to slipping off angles and losing blockers at the second level. Balance fluctuations are a problem. More of a toolsy player than a polished one at this point. Hand quickness is average.
Pro Comp: Ben Powers, Ravens - Mauling style and ability in the run game have helped him break into the starting lineup in Baltimore. Ingram should be able to follow a similar path, assuming he can continue to develop his hands and improve his angles.