Ragas is a non-nonsense runner that has the potential to fill a role in a rotational backfield at the next level. He has good vision in between the tackles and is often making the right decision to get upfield and get positive yardage. Ragas' athleticism won't wow you or pop off the screen, but he does have good movability for a player of his listed size. It may not be enough to thrive in the NFL though. Tends to run more upright and with long strides, which can hinder his ability to control his momentum and shift side to side. Good power for his size and able to lower his shoulder and drive through arm tackles. Lacks the necessary top-end speed to be a true threat at the NFL level. Has enough athleticism to keep moving the chains, but won't be the type of player to break away for long runs routinely.Good contact balance and able to drive through weaker tackle attempts. Very limited usage on tape as a pass-catcher, but did show good hand-eye coordination. Doesn't reel in the ball with his hands, but soaked it into his body as a basket catch, which is concerning for the NFL projection. Able to diagnose quickly where the pressure is coming from and does have the necessary size to stand in against blitzing backers. Very limited reps on tape in this department though, which makes it a difficult assessment. Overall, Ragas is a limited athlete that could produce in a downhill running scheme with a stout offensive line, but he's destined for a backup role in the NFL. There's a possibility that he goes undrafted.