WVU's Zach Frazier turning heads at the NFL Combine

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It seems that every time that West Virginia's Zach Frazier turns around, he runs into someone impressed by what he's doing.

But to be fair, what he's doing is quite impressive.

The Fairmont, W.Va native and four-year starting center for the Mountaineers is currently in Indianapolis for the NFL Combine, and got to show off his abilities during some on-field drills. Despite having suffered a broken leg just over three months ago during WVU's regular-season finale, he looked sharper than much of the competition as he ran through a myriad of position drills -- which is something that didn't go unnoticed by many NFL analysts with an eye on Sunday's action.

NFL Network analyst Andrew Siciliano seemed shocked at the fact that Frazier was even running drills so soon after the injury, while Tom Downey of Cowboys Report and NFL Daily described Frazier performing on-field drills as "insane."

Meanwhile, NFL Draft Files was impressed by Frazier's long pull drill performance and named him to their All-Combine Offensive Team.

NFL.com writer Nick Shook also mentioned Frazier amongst his favorites from the offensive line performances on Sunday, while Mike Kaye, Carolina Panthers reporter for The Charlotte Observer, made note of how well Frazier was moving in drills.

It is safe to say that Frazier is ahead of what most would expect for an athlete recovering from a broken leg, and his tenacity and work ethic show by performing at the Combine despite the circumstances will not go unnoticed by NFL teams looking for offensive lineman. Add into consideration that Frazier is looking quite impressive in his position drills and still has a performance at the WVU Pro Day left before the draft comes around, and it's likely that his draft stock will be on the rise soon.