Oklahoma football mock draft: Stock up/down after the Senior Bowl

Tyler Guyton cemented his first-round draft status in Mobile, but how did Oklahoma's other draft prospects perform in the first pre-draft all-star games?
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During the Lincoln Riley era, Oklahoma Sooners fans were accustomed to speculation about where their Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback would be selected in the first round of the NFL draft. Instead, under Brent Venables, Sooners fans are wondering if there will be a former Oklahoma player taken in the first round at all. 

Between the East-West Shrine Bowl and Senior Bowl this week, the Sooners had just four former players participating in pre-draft all-star games, two in each. Drake Stoops and Walter Rouse went to Frisco for the Shrine Bowl while Tyler Guyton and Andrew Raym showcased their abilities in Mobile at the Senior Bowl. 

The 2024 NFL Draft is still months away, but this past week was our first chance to see draft-hopeful players in action since the college football season came to an end. After a week of evaluation from NFL scouts and coaches, let’s see where each Sooners' draft stock stands and where they could end up being selected this Spring. 

Tyler Guyton. 59. OT. Tyler Guyton. Tyler Guyton. 21. player. . . (1st round)

Tyler Guyton is the only draft-eligible Sooner with first-round potential and after only allowing 12 pressures and no sacks in 355 pass-blocking snaps this season, he’ll likely be taken on Day 1. The TCU transfer only allowed two sacks in his two seasons in Norman. 

At 6-foot-7 328 pounds, Guyton is a monstrous right tackle prospect who would be even more valuable to the Dolphins, the only team in the NFL with a left-handed starting quarterback. Guyton protected Dillon Gabriel’s blindside at Oklahoma this year. 

With his massive frame, Guyton has incredible upside and could turn into one of the best offensive tackles in the league. However, he is still raw and will require some patience as he improves his pad level and hand usage.