The Baltimore Ravens moved offensive lineman Bradley Bozeman from guard to center during the 2021 offseason. It turned out to be a great move, as the fourth-year player performed extremely well at his natural position.
Bozeman was asked if he sees himself playing exclusively at center in the future as he continues his NFL career, and he confidently expressed that he believes that center is the right fit for him moving forward and that he feels like center is his home.
“I kind of do. Yes, I definitely do. [Playing at] center has been a really good year for me this year. It’s been my strong suit. It’s been where I played in college. I definitely see myself as a center. Not to say that it can’t happen, but yes. Center, I feel like, is my home.”
While Bozeman played well at left guard, center seemed to be a breath of fresh air for him, and he looked a lot more natural playing the position that he played in college. The center is scheduled to hit free agency this offseason, and made himself a lot of money with his play at a premium position.