Ranew without question has improved each year of HS, and junior year you are starting to see some of the puzzle pieces come to together. His shear size is some of the best in the entire state, and the 2021 recruit has been a big young man since freshman year even, so he is well adapted to life at this current size. The 2021 linemen has the potential to be a road grading OG at the next level but there is still work to do. His shear size and power allows him to just toss smaller defenders to the side, but he needs a good bit of work with his flexibility at this point, and get stronger at the point of attack. As it stands, he is probably not quick enough to play OT in college, but without a doubt his length with a 8’5″ standing reach is really impressive, and really showcases the upside that Ranew has if given more time in a college program. If he takes a jump athletically, then this fall he could have a completely different set of schools looking at him. Ranew has that kind of upside, and I remember one OL trainer in the metro area telling me about his potential purely by looking at him. We are going to watch Ranew’s senior film with great intrigue, and I’m sure many college programs will too.