Who Is Christian Mahogany? Height, Weight, Age, and More

Boston College guard Christian Mahogany is a solid prospect in the 2024 NFL Draft. Here is everything to know about Mahogany.

Boston College guard Christian Mahogany is one of the most aggressive attackers in the 2024 NFL Draft OL class and should be a quality starter early in the NFL. After returning from an ACL tear in college, Mahogany played his best ball and proved himself as a solid prospect.

Here is everything to know about Mahogany.

How Tall Is Christian Mahogany?

Mahogany stands at 6’2 1/2″. He has an excellent combination of natural leverage, mass, and proportional length. That build serves as a foundation and plays in tandem with his destructive mentality to impose devastating power on defenders.

How Much Does Mahogany Weigh?

Mahogany weighs in at 318 pounds. He sports a massive, dense, and well-leveraged frame with good length.

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Mahogany has a broad, girthy build and plays like a big man. Overall, Mahogany is a big, powerful, tone-setting presence at guard who can impose his will in a downhill, vertical-based run game centered around RPOs and play action.

How Old Is Mahogany?

Mahogany was born on Oct. 11, 2000, and is 23 years old.

He grew up in Elmwood Park, N.J., and attended Paramus Catholic High School.

What School Did Mahogany Go To?

Mahogany was rated a three-star recruit and was listed as the No. 3 offensive guard in New Jersey by 247Sports. He was the No. 2 offensive guard prospect in New Jersey, according to ESPN, and was rated the state’s 28th-best prospect by ESPN.

He committed to play college football at Boston College and spent his entire college career there. 

Revisiting Mahogany’s College Career

Mahogany redshirted his true freshman season at Boston College. He was named the Eagles’ starting left guard entering his redshirt freshman season and started all 11 of the team’s games. The offense rushed for 1,119 yards on the season with 11 rushing touchdowns.

That season, Mahogany started 11 games and was named second-team All-ACC as a redshirt sophomore. He played 682 offensive snaps and every offensive snap from Week 2 at Massachusetts (Sept. 11, 2021) to Week 10 at Georgia Tech (Nov. 13, 2021).

However, Mahogany missed his redshirt junior season after he suffered a torn ACL while playing basketball during the offseason. In 2023, Mahogany came back, started the entire season for the Eagles, and earned first-team All-ACC honors in a dominant showing.

He started all 12 regular season games at right guard and earned a 79.6 pass-block and 73.6 run-block grade by PFF. He was on the field for 814 offensive snaps and did not allow a sack or quarterback hit on 424 dropbacks. He played all offensive snaps in 10 of 12 games played and was named the ACC Offensive Lineman of the Week following a win over Virginia (Sept. 30, 2023).

Mahogany was part of an offensive line unit that paved the way for 198.8 rushing yards per game, which ranked 13th in the FBS and second in the ACC.

Mahogany’s Potential in the NFL

Pro Football Network draft analyst Ian Cummings said Mahogany could transition to center, but as a guard with left and right experience, he is a proven asset.

“Mahogany is one of the most aggressive attackers in the 2024 NFL Draft OL class,” Cummings wrote in his scouting report. “He buries defenders as a puller and a space blocker and has shocking — at times humorous — point-of-contact power and violence in tight spaces.”

KEEP READING: Ian Cummings’ Full Scouting Report of Christian Mahogany

Some of Mahogany’s strengths, according to Cummings, include having the urgent short-area burst to generate momentum and supplement power and having the snappy foot speed and short-area freedom to dart out of his stance on pulls.

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