After redshirting his freshman year in 2016 and playing in just one game in 2017, Pitt guard Bryce Hargrove finished his college career with 27 consecutive starts at left guard. He was a backup option for most of 2018, and then started the ACC Championship and the Sun Bowl filling in after guard Connor Dintino moved to center to replace the injured Jimmy Morrissey.
Hargrove was an All-ACC third team selection for 2019, giving up just one sack, and an All-ACC honorable mention for 2020. The Akron, Ohio native took home ACC Offensive Lineman of the Week honors twice in the last two seasons.
Pro Day Results
Weight: 310 pounds
40: 5.46 seconds
Bench: 26 reps
Broad jump: 8-feet, 1-inch
Vertical: 27 inches
Hargrove is projected to possibly go in the 7th round round of the NFL Draft or sign as an undrafted free agent. Here is his ranking charted by NFL Mock Draft Database: